Jagger is a London based painter.
She was awarded the Sarabande Foundation Residency 2021/22 (established by Lee Alexander McQueen) and participated in Turps Banana offsite programme 2021/22.
For this Art Car Boot Fair she has focused on the soft organic shape of the human figure versus the angles and lines of the built environment.
How does colour and life flow from one to the other? In some ways complimentary, in some ways antagonistic. She has referenced old masters and memories to construct joyful compositions.
The paintings are an exploration best captured in the words of Jerry Saltz.
"... memories, fears, doubts, histories, environment, tools, self delusion, sensibility & situation are one organism - part of the cultural group mind. This self propagating, organic operating-system is a melodics of art that not only explores consciousness but changes it."
These paintings are explorations of love.
Recent exhibitions include:
2022 - "Soon this must be over" group show, Sarabande Foundation, London
2022 - "Le Document, print Fair" Fitzrovia Gallery, London
2022 - "Impact" Cultivate Gallery, London
2022 - "All the Same Age but At Different Times", Fitzrovia Gallery, London (exhibitor and curator)
2022 - "Inner Worlds" group show, Fitzrovia Gallery, London
2022 - "Give me Love" group show, Lido Stores, Margate
2021 - Art Car Boot Fair, "Queen & Country"
2021 - "JOY", solo show, 551-557 Studio, Finchley Road, NW3 7BJ.
2019 - “Falling Up”, solo exhibition The Koppel Project Central, London
2019 - “The Koppel Project Central, Winter show” group show, London
Her work is held in private collections in Canada, France, Singapore, Spain, the United States and the UK.