Jessica Vaughn
Invisible Man, Martos Gallery

Visiting Artist, Cornell University, Department of Art and Architecture
Spring 2017, Visiting Artist Lecture February 13, 2017
Group Exhibition: Sculpture Center, NY, NY
January 21- March 22, 2017
Curated by Alexis Wilkinson
Folly, or Vestiges in Greene: Brooklyn, NY
Printed Matter NY Art Book Fair: MoMA PS1, Queens, NY
September 16-18 2016
FANMAIL organized by Matt Neff
Group Exhibition: Savery Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
September 15-October 28, 2016
THEY curated by Marc Blumthal
Visiting Artist, Northwestern University, Department of Art Theory + Practice
Cole Visiting Artist, Wellseley College, Department of Art and Art History
Made In Woodstock VII: Center for Photography at Woodstock
Artist Interview: Clocktower Radio, Brooklyn NY
2015 Pioneer Works Gala, Brooklyn, NY
Artist in Residence Interview: Center For Photography At Woodstock
Screening of The Bombing of Osage Avenue (1986), and Louis Massiah, Karen Beckman and Jessica Vaughn in conversation: Slought Foundation
Audio recording from talk at Slought Foundation

Itinerant Belongings: Slought Foundation
Work by Yael Bartana, Jamie Diamond, Andrew Moore, William Pope.L, Paul Salveson, Jessica Vaughn, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and Krzysztof Wodiczko will be on display at Slought and the Addams Gallery

Sculpture Center Blog Post
Featured artist on Sculpture Center's website

Whitney Independent Study Program Exhibition: TEMP Space
The studio exhibition presents work made by participants in the 2013 Whitney Independent Study Studio Program

"Six from Fore": Modern Painters Magazine
Featured in November 2012 Issue of Modern Painters previewing the show at the Studio Museum in Harlem

FORE: Studio Museum in Harlem
Fore, 2012 is the highly anticipated fourth installment of the Studio Museum’s “F” series, which includes Freestyle (2001), Frequency (2005–06) and Flow (2008). Like its popular and critically acclaimed predecessors, Fore is a non-thematic group presentation reflecting a multitude of ideas, approaches and processes. Featuring twenty-nine emerging artists of African descent living and working in the United States, the exhibition brings a new generation into the forefront of visual and critical dialogue.