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Jude Griebel creates intensively detailed figurative sculptures that visualize our entanglement with the surrounding world. In his works, landscapes, the species we affect, and the waste we create, coalesce in vivid forms that illustrate the reach of our impact and consumption habits. Both harbingers of ruin and agents of transformation, his works build on art historical traditions of the anthropomorphic body to reflect a planet in a state of crisis.

The careful crafting of his works and their miniature details counter the central themes of hyperactive production, and on demand delivery. Laboriously carved from wood, modelled from clays, and painted, they represent hours of reflection on the meaning of being an active consumer in this world and struggling to imagine models beyond it.


Griebel’s work has recently been supported by residencies at institutions including Pioneer Works, New York; International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York and Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY. His work has been funded by major grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Canada Council for the Arts, Calgary Arts Development and the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. 

Select Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions



A Body of Others, The International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, USA

Revenants, Massey Klein Gallery, New York, USA

Illuminated Collapse, Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery, Moose Jaw, Canada


Next World Emissaries, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, USA

Land Eater (curated by Ashley Slemming), Alberta Foundation for the Arts TREX Traveling Exhibition Program, Canada (Traveling to twenty Alberta communities 2023-2025), curator: Ashley Slemming

Dismantled Worlds, Two Rivers Art Gallery, Prince George, Canada, curator: Kait Herlehy

Mondes Brisés et en Transformation, Le Carmel Pamiers, France, curator: Sebastien Gonzalez


Illuminated Collapse, The Art Gallery of Swift Current, Swift Current, Canada


Doomscrolling: Recent Drawings, 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan

Broken Pattern, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, Gimpo-Si, Korea


Broken Pattern, Eltuek Arts Centre, Sydney, Canada

Next World Emissaries, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Canada, curator: Adam Whitford

Broken Pattern, Ottawa School of Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada

Illuminated Collapse, Gallery 2/ Grand Forks Art Gallery, Grand Forks, Canada

The Distance Between, with Lorraine Simms, Illingworth Kerr Gallery/Alberta University of the Arts, Calgary, Canada


Broken Pattern, FoFA Gallery/Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

Illuminated Collapse, Kenderdine Art Gallery/University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, curator: Leah Taylor

Barn Skull: Manning Hall Installation, Art Gallery of Alberta, Canada, curator: Lindsey Sharman


Documents of Collapse, with Lorraine Simms, The Beaty Museum of Biodiversity/ University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Tired Water, Troubled Ground (a commission from the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada for Science Literacy Week), Telus Spark Science Center, Calgary, Canada

Unfamiliar Selves, with Tammy Salzl, Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery, Red Deer, Canada



Illuminated Collapse, Nickle Galleries/University of Calgary, Canada (catalogue), curator: Michele Hardy

Illuminated Collapse, El Museo de Los Sures, Brooklyn, USA

Ground-Figure, Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre, Medicine Hat, Canada, curator: Joanne Marion



Mess-Maker, Evans Contemporary, Peterborough, Canada

Arms, eyes, detritus, Galerie Sturm, Nuremberg, Germany (catalogue)

Die Geister, die ich rief, with Jan Pötter, Spinnerei Archiv Massiv, Leipzig, Germany

Plastic Ghost, City of Jyväskylä, Finland, curator: Anna Ruth

Crafting Ruin, dc3 Art Projects, Edmonton, Canada

Unfamiliar Selves (with Tammy Salzl), Art Gallery of Grande Prairie, Grande Prairie, Canada

Estranged Setting, Esker Foundation project space, Calgary, Canada



Reanimator, The Redpath Museum, Montreal, Canada

Unfamiliar Selves (with Tammy Salzl), Touchstones Nelson Museum of Art and History, Nelson, Canada




Washout, The Museum Lytke, Leipzig, Germany


Wasted, Galerie Sturm, Nuremberg, Germany (catalogue)

Yellow House, with Brendan Griebel, dc3 Art Projects, Edmonton, Canada (catalogue)



Reanimator, Galerie Sturm Project Space, Nuremberg, Germany

Betwixt and Between, with Dana Holst, The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford, Canada (catalogue), curator: Scott Marsden

Shelf Life, Union Gallery, Queen’s University, Canada (catalogue)




How You Were Made, Galerie Sturm, Nuremberg, Germany (catalogue)


Grow Apart, FOFA Gallery/Concordia University, Montreal, Canada



Grandmother, Galleria Kajo III/University of Lapland, Finland



Apparitions: Works on Paper, Islensk Grafik, Reykjavik, Iceland

Afterworks, Populus Tremula Gallery, Akuyreri, Iceland



Brand New Superstition, Cella Gallery, Los Angeles, USA   


Shifting Figures, with Kitty Blandy, Comox Valley Art Gallery, Canada




A Cast of Shadows, The Burnaby Art Gallery, Canada (catalogue), curator: Darrin Martens 



Within these Walls, Odd Gallery/Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Dawson City, Canada


Old Dreams, Recent Works, Centre D’Exposition L’Imagier, Gatineau, Canada




Where Daydreams Happened, Yukon Arts Centre Public Art Gallery, Whitehorse, Canada, curator: Scott Marsden



Down the Hole in the Floorboards, Engramme, Québec City, Canada

Interplay, with John Graham, Art Gallery of St. Albert, St. Albert, Canada​


Tarnished Fables, Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver, Canada

Interior Play, with John Graham, The Nanaimo Art Gallery, Nanaimo, Canada

Select Group Exhibitions


Fire Season, University of Victoria Legacy Galleries, Victoria, Canada

Menagerie of Disappearance, Whyte Museum, Banff, Canada

Vanitas, CHART Gallery, New York, USA


Rising Tide: 2023 Additions to the City of Ottawa Art Collection, Ottawa City Hall Gallery, Canada


Natural Surroundings, Norberg Hall Gallery, Calgary, Canada


Tomorrows, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Rochester, USA, curator: Bleu Cease


The Existential Tail, SaveArtSpace, New York, USA, curator: Dustin Yellin

Conflicted, C24 Gallery, New York, USA, curator: David Terry


Plural Art Fair, with the Canada Council Art Bank, , Montreal, Canada


THE MALL, John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery/ MacEwan University, Edmonton, Canada, curators: Carolyn Jervis and Hannah Quimper-Swiderski


Scrappy, dc3 Art Projects, Edmonton, Canada, curator: David Candler

Nafas, The Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, USA (The Armory Show VIP Program), curator: Lucien Zayan


BEHOLDEN: New Acquisitions to the AGA Collection, Art Gallery of Alberta, Canada, curator: Catherine Crowsten

A Tournament of Lies, The Wassaic Project, NY, USA, curator: Will Hutnick

Insect as Idea, McIntosh Gallery/Western University, London, Canada, curator: Helen Gregory


Hokuspokus, Galerie Kremers, Berlin, Germany 

States of Collapse, The Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Canada, curators: Wendy Peart, Cindy Baker, Amber Christensen and Stacey Fayant

Prairie Vernacular, Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, Canada; Buhler Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada (2020), Canada; Art Gallery of Swift Current, Canada (2020); Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, Canada (2019); Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre, Medicine Hat, Canada (2019) (catalogue) curators: Joanne Marion and Jennifer McRorie


Refugia, RSOAA Gallery, Brooklyn, USA, curator Amelia Biewald

Specific Experience of an Abnormal Meaningfulness, Atelier Imago, Moncton, Canada, curator by Alisa Arsenault

Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed, Orillia Museum of Art & History, Canada, curators: Angela Brayham and Sadko Hadzihasanovic


Enchanted Landscapes: Eco-Criticism and Folklore Studies, Art House/University of Worcester, UK

Carry Weight | Hold Light, Contemporary Art Center of Peoria, USA, curator: Heather Brammeier



Creative Climate Awards, Human Impacts Institute, New York, USA

Ungrounded, ISCP, Brooklyn, USA, curator Alexandra Friedman

RUIN, RSOAA Gallery, Brooklyn, USA, curator: Alexandra Friedman

(Im)perfection, NURTUREart, Brooklyn, USA, curator: Simone Coutou/Project Curate

Recall: Recent Acquisitions and their New Context, Nickle Galleries/University of Calgary, Canada, curator Christine Sowiak



Don't ever take a vacation with another artist who collects the same stuff you do, ISCP, Brooklyn, USA, curator: Kari Conte

Flux: Responding to Head and Neck Cancer, International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, USA; McMullen Gallery,                 Edmonton, Canada (2017); dc3 Art Projects, Edmonton, Canada (2017) (curator: Lianne McTavish



Et Tu, Art Brute? Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, USA

The Art of VR, with Galerie Sturm, Sotheby's, New York, USA

La Collection Boxotel, Galerie 175B, Montreal, Canada, curator: Lorraine Simms

real, surreal, hyperreal, Galerie Kremers, Berlin, Germany




Disiplinler arasi/ Interdisciplinary, Galeri MiZ, Istanbul, Turkey


KATALYSATOR KUNST, Großer Saal des Staatsministeriums, Nuremberg, Germany


Future Station: The 2015 Biennial of Contemporary Art (curated by Kristy Trinier), The Art Gallery of Alberta, Canada




Patchwork, Theatre Impermanent, Leipzig, Germany

Art Toronto, with dc3 Art Projects, Toronto, Canada


Locate: Works from the Permanent Collection, The Yukon Public Art Center, Whitehorse, Canada


Papier Art Fair, with dc3 Art Projects, Montreal, Canada


OK OK OK, Ateliers Jean Brillant, Montréal, Canada


Collision 10, Parisian Laundry, Montréal, Canada




Elsewhere Retrospective, The Elsewhere Museum, Greensboro, USA


BRERART Contemporary Art Week, Milan, Italy (curated by Chiara Canali)


Play: Toys+Age=Art, dc3 Art Projects, Edmonton, Canada


New Acquisitions, The Burnaby Art Gallery, Canada


Ultramoderne, Galerie Art Mur, Montreal, Canada




Thoughts About Death, Äkkigalleria, Jyväskylä, Finland, curator: Anna Ruth


La Vie Fantastique, touring 25 Alberta communities 2012-2015, Alberta Foundation for the Arts TREX Traveling Exhibition Program, Canada, curator: Shane Goldby

The Gaze of History: Portraits from the Collection, The Burnaby Art Gallery, Canada

14, Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Pointe Claire, Canada



After Life, The Art Gallery of Regina, Canada, curator: Jack Anderson

Primary Source, ODD Gallery/Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Dawson City, Canada



Art in Review, Cella Gallery, Los Angeles, USA




Recent Paintings, with Kim Kimbro and Alison Dunn, Cella Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

Westward Ha!: Visual Wit and Fantasy in Western Canadian Art, Triangle Gallery for the Visual Arts, Calgary, Canada, curators: Nicholas Roukes and Rheinhard Skoracki

Re-identification, Centrum Beeldende Kunst, Utrecht, the Netherlands; Het Gebouw, Leidsche, Rijn, the Netherlands; World Art Delft, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Galerie Werfkade 16, Het Stadhuis, Groningen, the Netherlands; Grafish Atelier Utrecht, the Netherlands; CBKU Gallery, Utrecht, the Netherlands; Celest Gallery/University of Kanagawa, Japan (2005); Gallery OM, Yokohama, Japan (2005) University of Kanagawa Art Gallery, Japan (2005); St. Paul Gallery, Maebashi, Japan (2005); J Trip Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (2005); Japanese Paper Museum Inomachi, Kochi,Japan (2005); Nagasaki Peace Museum, Japan (2005)

Gallery Artists, Cella Gallery, Los Angeles, USA




Prints Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Arts Museum Ueno, Japan (Catalogue)



Thompson Rivers University Gallery, Kamloops, Canada

Canadian and European Exchange Exhibition, Galerie L’Imagier, Gatineau, Canada


New Directions in Printmaking, The Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada (Catalogue)


Strange Encounter, Centre D’Exposition L’Imagier, Gatineau, Canada




Canadian Artists, City of Plodiv Art Gallery, Plodiv, Bulgaria. Traveling to: The Art Gallery of Dobrich, Dobrich, Bulgaria


Davidson Galleries, Seattle, USA   


International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Silom Galleria/Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (Catalogue) Travelling to: Prince of Songkla University Gallery, Pattani, Thailand


The 12th International Space Print Biennial, The Sungkok Art Museum, Seoul, Korea (Catalogue)           

Canada Millenium Scholarship Finalist’s Exhibition, Belkin Satellite Gallery, Vancouver, Canada


The State Files, State Gallery, Vancouver, Canada


2023     Care and Wear: Bodies Crafted for Harm and Healing, with Brendan Griebel, Esker Foundation, Calgary, Canada (Catalogue)


2014     MFA in Sculpture and Ceramics, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

2012     MFA International Exchange, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland   

2004     BFA, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, Canada

Select Awards and Residencies


2022-2023 Recipient, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, New York, USA

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Project Grant

Project Grant, Calgary Arts Development, Canada

Artist Grant and Residency, Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA

50th Anniversary Micro-Grant for Visual Artists, Alberta Foundation for the Arts


Artist Residency, AIR 3331, Tokyo, Japan

Micro-Residency, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, USA

Artist Residency, Le Carmel de Pamiers, France

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Project Grant

Canada Council for the Arts Research/Creation Grant 


Artist Residency, College Art Galleries/University of Saskatchewan, Canada


Artist Residency, Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, USA

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Project Grant

Canada Council for the Arts Research/Creation Grant

Canada Council "Digital Originals" Digital Accelerator Grant


Ground floor NY Residency Program (2.5 years: 2017-2019), The International Studio and Curatorial Program, Brooklyn, USA    

(supported by Yoko OnoAlice and Lawrence WeinerNew York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with

the City CouncilNew York City Council District 34The Jacques and Natasha Gelman FoundationDanna and Ed RuschaNew York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature)

Nominee, Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant for Emerging New York Artists

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Project Grant


Artist Residency, Medalta Ceramics Centre, Medicine Hat, Canada

Canada Council for the Arts Project Grant


Canada Council Travel Grant 

Nominee, Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant for Emerging New York Artists

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Project Grant



The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant

Canada Council for the Arts Project Grant


Artist Residency, MASS MoCA Studios, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, USA

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Project Grant



Artist Residency, Kunstnarhuset Messen, Alvik, Norway

Grant and Artist Residency, The International Studio and Curatorial Program, Brooklyn, USA (Supported by the Alberta

Foundation for the Arts                 



Artist Residency, Halle 14 Center for Contemporary Art, Leipzig, Germany


Artist Residency, MiZ Istanbul, Turkey

The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Project Grant


The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant

Artist Residency, Pilotenkuche, Leipzig, Germany

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Project Grant




Alberta Foundation for the Arts Marketing Grant

Artist Residency, Elsewhere Museum, North Carolina, USA

Canada Council Travel Grant




Leo Paul Ramsperger Award in Sculpture and Ceramics

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Graduate Scholarship




Artist Residency, Ted Harrison Artist Retreat Society, Yukon, Canada


Artist Residency, Nes Center, Iceland

Canada Council Travel Grant




Artist Residency, Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada


Artist Grant and Residency, The Vermont Studio Center, USA



Artist Residency, Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium

Canada Council for the Arts Project Grant


Artist Residency, Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Yukon, Canada

Artist Residency, Atelier Imago, Moncton, Canada




Artist Residency, Workshop OM, Shin-Yokohama, Japan

Canada Council Travel Grant



Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation Visual Arts Grant

Canada Council Travel Grant



Artist Residency, St. Michael's Printshop, St. John's, Canada

Canada Council Travel Grant




Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Canada

Art Gallery of Alberta, Canada

Art Gallery of Swift Current, Canada

Majudia Collection/ Arsenal Contemporary Art, Canada


Burnaby Art Gallery, Canada

Canada Council Art Bank

Le Carmel Pamiers, France

City of Ottawa Art Collection

Colart Contemporary Canadian Art Collection


Comox Valley Art Gallery, Canada

Equitable Bank Group, Canada

Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre, Canada

Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium

Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary, Canada

Red Deer Museum & Art Gallery, Canada


Sakima Art Museum, Japan

Shaw Centre for Contemporary Ceramics, Canada

Silpakorn University, Thailand

Silvercorp Mining, Canada

Society for Contemporary Work on Paper, Canada

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Volpert Foundation, New York, USA

Yukon Arts Centre Public Art Gallery, Canada

Selected Professional Experience


Visiting Lecturer: Art Now Series, University of Lethbridge, Canada


Co-Founder and Director, the Museum of Fear and Wonder, Bergen, Canada

Visiting Lecturer, the School of Visual Arts, New York, USA


Visiting Critic, the School of Visual Arts, New York, USA

Visiting Lecturer and Critic, the Alberta University of the Arts, Canada

Visiting Lecturer, the University of Calgary, Canada


Visiting Lecturer and Critic, the University of Alberta, Canada


Visiting Lecturer, Dawson College, Montreal, Canada

Selected Publications and Catalogues




Slemming, Ashley. “Jude Griebel: Land Eater.” Catalogue essay for Jude Griebel: Land Eater. Alberta Foundation for the Arts (Trex Traveling Exhibition Program), Canada.

Gonzalez, Sebastien. “Avant propos: Mondes brisés et en transformation”. Catalogue essay for Jude Griebel: Mondes brisés et en transformation. In Extenso Editions Arts & Culture, France, 2023




McTavish, Lianne. “Voluntary Detours: Small-Town and Rural Museums in Alberta. McGill-Queen’s/Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation Studies in Art History, Canada


Marion, Joanne. "A Prairie Dialogue". Catalogue essay for A Prairie Vernacular: Folk & Contemporary Art Narratives of Life On the Canadian Prairies. Moose Jaw and Medicine Hat: Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery and City of Medicine Hat/Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre.



El Sheikh, Tammer. "Jude Griebel' Illuminated Collapse". Catalogue essay for Illuminated Collapse. Calgary: Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary.



Kremers, Christine. "Der Surrealismus lebt- Neues aus den Ateliers  für surrealstische Forschung." Catalogue essay for Real, Surreal, Hyperreal. Berlin: Galerie Kremers



Jervis, Carolyn. “I love you more than all the plastic in the ocean”. Catalogue essay for Jude Griebel: Wasted. Nuremberg: Galerie Sturm. 


Kennedy, Christopher. “The Brothers Griebel and the Yellow House”. Catalogue essay for Yellow House: Jude Griebel and Brendan Griebel. Edmonton: dc3 Art Projects.




Cheung, Gabriel. “Scenes Recalled: Creative Storytelling in the Work of Jude Griebel”. Catalogue essay forShelf Life. Kingston: The Union Gallery, Queen’s University.

Fielding, Stephanie. “Searching the In Between”. Catalogue essay for Betwixt and Between: Jude Griebel and Dana Holst. Abbotsford: The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford. 



Werner, Anna-Lena. Catalogue essay for Jude Griebel: How You Were Made. Nuremberg: Galerie Sturm




Wallace, Rory. “The Theatre of Identity”. Catalogue essay for Jude Griebel: A Cast of Shadows. Burnaby: The Burnaby Art Gallery


Martens, Darrin. “Setting the Stage for Jude Griebel”. Catalogue essay for Jude Griebel: A Cast of Shadows. Burnaby: The Burnaby Art Gallery


Selected Bibliography (Magazines, Web and Periodicals)




Whitford, Adam. “Crafted bodies emerge from the Museum of Fear and Wonder.” Galleries West (online). September 29 


Thomas, Eve. “The Museum of Fear and Wonder Explores the Art of the Body.” Nuvo Magazine. Autumn 2023, issue 98 


Bancillon, David. “La Métaphysique des Débris.” PARCOURS DES ARTS—Sud et Espagne. April 1 No 74



Klak, Megan. “The Mall: Kitsch and class collide in exhibition about the West Edmonton Mall.” Galleries West (online). February 27


Alania, Billy. “Your Concise New York Art Guide for October”. Hyperallergic. September 29, 2022

Jammet, Géraldine. Pamiers. Art et écologie : le célèbre sculpteur Jude Griebel en résidence au Carmel. La Depeche. July 2

Both, Michelle. "The beauty of bugs and biodiversity on display at Western's McIntosh Gallery". CBC News (online). May 22

Bunnell, Alexa. "The Distance Between: Two artists explore the emotional impact of ecological destruction". Galleries West (online). February 21



Griwkowsky, Fish. “Jude Griebel’s Barn Skull helps open AGA’s doors this weekend.” The Edmonton Journal. June 17


Boklaschuk, Shannon. “Miniature worlds, big problems: Jude Griebel’s artworks address consumerism and environmental degradation”. University of Saskatchewan College of Arts and Sciences (online). May 28


Olson, Matt. “Creative Isolation: Jude Griebel brings New York Art to Saskatoon”. The Star Phoenix. June 3


MacPherson, Jera. “States of Collapse: We are living through dystopian times that once might have sounded like something from science fiction”. Galleries West. February 22




Bishara, Hakim. “Reviews: An Elegant Swansong at Brooklyn’s NURTUREart”. Hyperallergic (online) June 28


Collins, Leah. “It's like something out of a storybook, and it's in Montreal: An artist's tour of the Redpath Museum” CBC Arts (online), April 24



Gregory, Helen and Robertson, Kirsty. "No Small Matter: Micromuseums as Critical Institutions." RACAR Canadian Art Review, vol. 43 no. 2

​Collins, Leah. "Miniatures that force you to look closely-really, really closely-at climate change". CBC Arts (online), October 18


Fischer, Marina. "Nickle Galleries takes us from fairy tales to world's end with new exhibitions." UToday, University of Calgary. October 16

Horner, Doug. “The House in the Field”. Calgary Herald/Swerve Magazine, July 6




Thomas, Eve. “Haunted House”. Canadian Art Magazine, fall issue

Greaves, Alicia. “Jude Griebel: Crafting Ruin”. Art + Design Magazine, issue 15

Pratt, Anne. “Exhibition Review: Jude Griebel”. Magenta Magazine, spring/summer issue

Matejko, Agnieszka. “Jude Griebel: Crafting Ruin”. Galleries West Magazine, March 26 


Griwkowsky, Fish. “Jude Griebel’s sculptures explode with our ruinous urges.” Edmonton Journal, March 11


Homes, Bob. “See me, Hear Me, Heal Me.” The Lancet Medical Journal, March, vol. 18, no. 3


Pennyfeather, Kevin. “Multifaceted artist Jude Griebel displays Crafting Ruin at dc3 Art Projects”. Vue Weekly, March 9


Pratt, Anne. “Canadian Artists Take on Cancer.” Canadian Art Magazine (online), February 8


Cummings, Madeleine. “Head and neck cancer exhibition unveils hidden experience.” The Edmonton Journal, January 5




Lafleur, Tiffany. “Nature Triumphs Over Humanity”. The Concordian, March 29




Böhm, Benita. “Junge Nürnberger Malerei – Galerist Johannes Sturm”. Gallery Talk Onlinemagazin fur zeitgenössischer Kunst, July 13


Sherlock, Diana. "FUTURE STATION: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art". Galleries West Magazine, March 3


Griwkowsky, Fish. “ArtPic: Jude Griebel’s Feeder, 2014″. The Edmonton Journal, February 20


Jeffrey, Robin. “The Future of Art has Arrived: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art”. The National Gallery of Canada Magazine (online), February 24




Cooley, Alison. “Our Editors’ Preview Picks for Art Toronto”. Canadian Art   (online), October 23 


Kerr, Mark. “A Union Of Researcher and Artist” Queen’s Gazette, November 11. 


Sandals, Leah. “2015 Alberta Biennial List Looks to Future”. Canadian Art (online), July 15.


Bishop-Stall, Reilly and Bussey, Natalie Zayne. “School's Out for Summer and the Kids Are OK: An MFA Thesis Exhibition”. Passenger Art (online), May 26, 2014



 Zoraster, Katherine. “Jude Griebel: Brand New Superstition and Rimi Yang:  Hidden Message, at Cella Gallery”. THE Magazine for the Arts, Los Angeles, June  




Lepage, Chris. “Jude Griebel- In Review”. Canadian Art Magazine, Spring

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