Jeffrey Joyal lives and works in New York and is known for his delicate touch in a range of materials and processes, from taxidermy to printmaking and life casting. Joyal’s work mines the nostalgic relics of counterculture while illuminating the failures of the hippie generation and the false optimism of past utopias.


Jeffrey Joyal was born in 1988 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Solo exhibitions of his work include Deepfake at David Lewis in New York in 2019.

Group exhibitions showing his work include: Remnant, Artifact, Flow at Thierry Goldberg Gallery in New York; Eckhaus Latta: Possessed at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York; The Hard Facts on Tragedy in April at Lomex in New York; The Leftovers, curated by Franklin Melendez and Romain Dauriac at Simon Lee Gallery in New York, NY; Hütti, an installation by Veit Laurent Kurz & Ben Schumacher at MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38 in New York; Eric Schmid is an Idiot, curated by Kavita B Schmid and What Pipeline at Cave in Detroit; Tre Amici, organized by Eleanor Cayre, Jacob King and Alex Zachary at Tre Amici Restaurant in Long Branch, New Jersey; These Are Not My Horses, curated by Alexander Shulan at James Fuentes in New York; The Story of O(OO) at David Lewis in New York; Pérez Art Museum Miami in Miami; The Bar at the End of the Night at David Lewis in New York; All the Food is Poison with Valerie Keane at Bedstuy Love Affair in Brooklyn; First Viewing at Salon Ford in New York; and Ten Ten at Jason Alexander in New York; among others.

Joyal lives and works in New York, NY.