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Claire Jervert is a visual artist and curator whose work examines the interrelationship between media, culture and technology. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the United States and internationally, including ArtHelsinki, Flag Art Foundation, School of Visual Arts, Steffany Martz Gallery, La Paternal, Argentina, White Columns and on urban screens in Melbourne, Milan and Dubai. She has received awards from the MidAtlantic Arts Foundation, Atlantic Center for the Arts, and Bronx Museum. Her work is included in the Sprint, AG Rosen, SEI, and the West Foundation art collections. Reviews include the New York Times, The New Yorker, Frieze and Time Out New York, among others. She is a former member of the Stevens Institute of Technology Advisory Committee on Art and Technology. 



  • concentrated, Galerie Manque’, Brooklyn, NY







  • AR (Augmented Reality) Intervention, Thin Air Gallery, Bushwick, NY

  • Tryst & Shout,, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Gt Barrington, MA



  • Add to Cart, Prudential Arena Screen, CWOW, New Media Residency, Newark, NJ



  • Audience series, Crowds Project, Stanford University Humanities Lab, Stanford, CA

  • Science of the Internet (*Secrets* revealed), Urban Screens, Fringe, Melbourne 08

  • The Boy with the Green Hair, http://www.5second


  • Game Show, Sprint Collection, Mobile Media


  • New Work, Jack the Pelican, Brooklyn, NY


  • Transient, Milan Art Festival, Milan, IT

  • MATA, Gail Gates, Brooklyn, NY

  • Public [Domain] Holiday, NY Stock Exchange, NY

  • The New Topography, Geoffrey Young Gallery, GT Barrington, MA


  • Loss and Ardor, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Gt Barrington, MA

  • Reconfigure, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM

  • Fine Art Auction, White Columns, New York, NY

  • Postcards from the Edge, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY


  • Cross Pollination, Holland Tunnel, Brooklyn, New York and San Francisco

  • The UFO Show, Gallery Contemporary Art, University Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO

  • Snapshot, contemporarymuseum, Baltimore, MD

  • August Confessions, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Gt Barrington, MA

  • Meat Market Art Fair, White Columns, New York, NY

  • Into The Millennium, New Jersey Arts Annual, Newark Museum, Newark, NJ

  • Gallery Artists, Steffany Martz Gallery, New York, NY

  • UFO, University Art Gallery Center for Visual Arts, Normal, Il Science Center for Southeast Arkansas, Pine Bluff, AR

  • Science Fictions, White Columns, New York, NY

  • Viewers, Steffany Martz Gallery, New York, NY

  • Return to Splendor, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Gt Barrington, MA

  • Static, Eugene Binder Gallery, Long Island City, NY

  • Fandom, White Columns, New York, NY

  • Very, UP & Co., New York, NY



Field Work, 8th Floor Gallery, New York, NY 1999
The Hard & the Soft, Thomas Korzelis Gallery, New York, NY 2001 (Review)
Woman On Woman, White Box, New York, NY, 2003


Sprint Art Collection, AG Rosen, SCI, Paige West Foundation Collection, Rutgers University


Artist in Residence, La Paternal Project Space, Buenos Aires, AR 2014
Add to Cart, Prudential Arena Screen, CWOW, New Media Residency, Newark, NJ
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Fellowship 2009
Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency 2008



Jabar, Zaiba, BIODIGITALLY, Inportant Magazine, Issue 2, April 2019

Wallerstein, Wade, Human Incorporated:  A Conversation with Claire Jervert, p105-118, Duty Free, Chelsea College of Art, Curated by Robert Bicknell-Knight, London, UK, June 2018

Malloy, Judy, Social Media Archeology and Poetics, The Thing - The Crossing-over Art History and Media, p.321 MIT Press, 2016

AngelaCapio, Producer, Artist, Claire Jervert, NJNTV State of the Arts, February 2001

William Zimmer, The Sounds of Creativity: Artists’ Studios Are Not So Still, New York Times, November 12, 2000

William Zimmer, Elevating Ordinary Into Works of Beauty and of Eeriness, New York Times, September 3, 2000

Dan Bischoff, Few and far above: Newark Museum hosts a world-class fine arts show, NJ Biennial, Star-Ledger, July 30, 2000

Science Fictions, White Columns, New Yorker, January 17, 2000

Robert Mahoney, Claire Jervert Time Out New York, October 7-14, 1999

Kenneth Johnson ,Claire Jervert, Art In Review New York Times, September 17, 1999

Joyce Korotkin, Reviews, The New York Art World, October 1999

David Green, Fandom, Freize, January 1998

Roberta Smith, Fandom, New York Times, November 14, 1997

Uscha Pohl, Very, VERY, Fall 1997

Watkins, Eileen, Artist's Tune into TV's Impact on Contemporary Life, Star Ledger, November 1997

Karen Harris, Gender Institute at Marymount Manhattan College, "An Issue of Identity: Reconstructing the Self, Images by Women Artists,
1970-the Present", July 1994