Jennifer Vanderpool

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Jennifer Vanderpool
Nationality American

Jennifer Vanderpool is an American artist living and working in Los Angeles, California.[1]

Awards and exhibitions[edit]

In 2013, Vanderpool exhibited Family Stories/Сімейні Оповідання at Faina Gallery | Dmitry Futerman Gallery in conjunction with Kroshytskyi Art Museum, in Sevastapol, Crimea, Ukraine.[2]

Vanderpool created an installation in 2012 for the Butler Institute of American Art entitled Hometown Story: Youngstown Steel Kitchens. The exhibition incorporated film, advertisements, and kitchen appliances, and addressed nostalgia, domesticity and gender roles.[3]

In 2010, the Swedish Arts Council awarded Vanderpool's exhibition "Sagoberättelser" at Designarkivet, Nybro, Sweden an International Cultural Grant, while Malmö Stad awarded her a cultural grant for her exhibition "förgyllda trädgårda." That same year the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles and Durfee Foundation awarded Vanderpool a grant for exhibitions that took place in Los Angeles, California and Bogotá, Colombia.[4]

In 2008, the Danish Arts Council awarded Vanderpool an artist grant for her exhibition "Once Upon a Tart" at RACA in Copenhagen, Denmark. Two years prior the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts awarded funding for Vanderpool's site specific installation in Tulsa, Oklahoma.[5] [6]

Visiting lecturer[edit]

Vanderpool taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara; University of California, Los Angeles; and the Otis College of Art and Design. She has been a visiting artist faculty at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia, as well as Olands Konst Skolan in Oland, Sweden.[7]


Vanderpool holds an Independent, Interdisciplinary Ph.D. from the University of California Regents in the fields of Film and Media Studies, Comparative Literature and Interdisciplinary Humanities which was chaired by Dr. Colin Gardner and Dick Hebdige. She also holds an MFA in Spatial Studies and Critical Theory from the University of California at Santa Barbara, where she was a UC Regents Fellow. Vanderpool's other degrees include an MA in Modern Art and Architecture from Emory University, an MA in Community Art Intervention from The Ohio State University, and a BA in History from Wittenberg University.[8]


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