JORDAN EAGLES is a New York based artist who preserves blood to create works that evoke the connections between life, death, body, spirit, and the Universe. He has garnered cross-disciplinary public and critical attention for his dynamic and meticulous processes using blood, copper and resin. The artist has several solo exhibitions taking place throughout the United States in 2013 and 2104, including BLOOD WORK currently on view at the Philadelphia-based Mütter Museum (now through March 31 2014), RED GIANT at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY, (now through Jan 5, 2104) and two exhibitions that will travel Eagles’ largest-scale installation BAR 1-9 to The Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art at the University of Memphis (Jan 2014) and the Boston Center for the Arts, (April 2014).
Eagles' works are included in the permanent collections of Addison Gallery of American Art, The Arthur Seconda Museum at Cleary University, The Elmhurst Art Museum, The Everhart Museum, The Everson Museum of Art, The Fuller Craft Museum, The International Museum of Surgical Science, The Mobile Museum of Art, The Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, The Museum of Sex, The Peabody Essex Museum, The Princeton University Art Museum, The Prudential Center, and the University of Michigan Museum of Art. His works have been featured in The New York Times, Time, New York Magazine, Artforum, Village Voice, L'Uomo Vogue, Architectural Digest Italy, WIRED, MSNBC, VS Magazine, The Huffington Post and PBS.