I’m an abstract painter. My paintings use architecture to reference utopias of all stripes: ecological, religious, and personal.
Jason Stopa (USA, b. 1983) is a painter and writer living in Brooklyn. He received his BFA from Indiana University Bloomington and his MFA from Pratt Institute in NYC. Recent solo shows include Joy Labyrinth at Morgan Lehman in NYC (2021) and Hanging Gardens at Atelier W Pantin in France (2019). Group exhibitions include Wayne Thiebaud Influencer: A New Generation, at Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis, CA (2021), Light (curated by Rico Gatson) at Miles McEnery Gallery in NYC (2021), What's It All About at Jenkins Johnson Projects in Brooklyn (2021), and The New New at Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Los Angeles (2015). Stopa teaches at Pratt Institute and is a contributing writer to Hyperallergic, Momus, and artcritical, among other art journals.