Jacqueline Bebb lives in Chester, UK, and Portland, Oregon, USA. Bebb is interested in the impact of geographical dissonance on artistic endeavour.

Bebb uses travel as a means to galvanise thought, question cultural obsessions and examine the constructs of relationships from lifelong bonds to fleeting affinities.

Recent projects and solo exhibitions include
Small Collections Room, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK (2015), and Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2013). Her work has been shown in numerous group exhibitions including Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK (2014), Frutta, Rome, Italy (2014), and Mostyn Open, Llandudno, UK (2013).

Jacqueline Bebb was a Liverpool Biennial Associate Artist. Bebb has been paired with Amanda de la Garza Mata (Associate Curator at the University Museum of Contemporary Art in Mexico City, Mexico).

Jacqueline Bebb at Liverpool Biennial 2016

I Have Never Felt So Frail (Material Crush), 2016

Purpleheart, Tennessee red cedar, cherry

Exhibited at the India Buildings

Every Inch Of The Surface Is Won At The Point Of A Chisel, 2016


Exhibited at the India Buildings