Jeremyville (1973, Sydney) is an artist, designer, and sculptor born and raised in Australia, who lives in New York. Jeremyville’s work is present in numerous private and public collections and has been shown in international art fairs, museums, art institutions, and cultural landmarks worldwide such as Miami Art Basel, KIAF, Cooper Hewitt Museum, Brooklyn Museum, The Andy Warhol Museum, La Casa Encendida in Madrid, 798 Arts District in Beijing, Museo Madre of Naples, Bunkamura Gallery in Shibuya Tokyo, New Museum in New York and the Museum of Art and Design.
One of his most important projects is the every-growing series "Community Service Announcements", composed of over 3,000 artworks shared worldwide through public art installations, monumental sculptures, murals, animation, paintings, prints, multiples and editions.
Jeremyville Studio has collaborated with important brands such as Lacoste, Apple, Google, Hugo Boss, Adidas, Colette, and The New York Times, and has cultural partners such as Brooklyn Museum and Cooper Hewitt Museum for public art installations.
These collaborations and projects have helped introduce Jeremyville’s message of positivity and observation of daily life on the streets of our cities and in the landscapes of our hearts.
Some recent solo shows: The Streets of Jeremyville, Vroom & Varossieau, Zaandam, The Netherlands, 2022; The Streets of Jeremyville, Gallery Stan, Seoul, Korea 2022; Studio Jeremyville: The Things I Think I Need and What I Really Need, Lorin Gallery, Los Angeles, USA, 2021.