Jeff McMillan is an American artist based in London. Born in Lubbock, Texas in 1968, he received a BFA from Texas Tech University (1991) and an MFA at the University of Alabama (1995) before moving to the U.K in 1998. His work approaches painting through materiality and process, often in dialogue with the found object. He has exhibited internationally with recent solo exhibitions at Kristof de Clercq Gallery, Ghent (2018) and Handel Street Projects, London (2016).
Group exhibitions include Fading Away, 22,48 m2, Paris (2018); 250th Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London (2018); Five Easy Pieces, Large Glass, London (2017); Found, The Foundling Museum, London (2016); ABJAD, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (2015); six memos for the next…, Magazin4 Bregenzer Kunstverein, Bregenz (2013); The Curator's Egg, Altera Pars, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (2012); Boule to Braid: Curated by Richard Wentworth, Lisson Gallery, London (2009); and the John Moores Painting Prize (2002, 2004, 2006).
As a curator McMillan created and ran the project space PEARL from 2001-2004 and has since organised a number of exhibitions including the abstract drawing show Tell it Slant at Frith Street Gallery, London (2016) and I AR YOU: Portraits by Self-Taught American Artists at Large Glass, London (2013). He was co-curator of British Folk Art at Tate Britain in 2014.