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Gary A. Bibb was born in Wichita, Kansas and studied architecture at Kansas State University but discovered art to be more compelling, therefore, he received his BFA in Visual Art from Emporia State University - Emporia, KS. In 2015 the artist developed a medical condition which rendered him completely blind in one eye. After numerous surgical procedures, thankfully, he has recovered some eyesight but remains quite impaired. Despite the difficulties, the artist attempts to share his artistic "vision". He currently resides in Denver, Colorado.

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The artist has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Furthermore, his art is represented in private and corporate collections along with being archived in the following museums and institutions:

Longview Museum of Fine Art - Longview, TX; Museum of Modern Art – New York, NY; Los Angeles County Museum of Art - Los Angeles, CA; Museu Brasileiro da Escultura - Sao Paulo, Brazil; Museum of Modern Art: UK - Machylleth, Wales; The Shimamoto Art Lab - Nishinomiya, Japan; The International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction / Fluxmuseum - Santa Fe, NM; University of California, Santa Barbara, The Hoffberg Archive - Santa Barbara, CA; Ohio State University - Columbus, OH; The National Institute of Art - Buenos Aires, Argentina; Long Island University - Brookville, NY; The Black Mountain College Museum - Asheville, NC; Anne Arundel Community College, Fine Art Archive - Arnold, MD; The A. S. Popov Museum (Communication Art Collection) - St. Petersburg, Russia; University of Pannonia, Sziveri Janos Institute - Veszprem, Hungary; Cambrian College - Sudbury, Ontario, Canada; David Geffen School of Medicine (UCLA) - Los Angeles, CA; The Boyer Foundation - New York, NY; University of Wisconsin-Green Bay - Green Bay, WI; ASWARA (Nat’l Arts Academy) - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Karuizawa New Art Museum - Nagano, Japan; Keck School of Medicine (University of Southern California) - Los Angeles, CA; The Association of Visual Artists of Puerto Rico - San Juan, Puerto Rico


THE Magazine (Santa Fe, NM) - June 2015:  click here

Curator Magazine (NY, NY) - July 2014:  click here



International Exhibit Nations:

Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, Cypress, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Netherlands, Russia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Syria, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom (UK), United States (USA)


Remarques – An International Art Collaboration
Selected international artists were invited to participate in a special 2014 collaborative project where Gary A. Bibb (aka Jack the Hack) created a digital collage “base layer” which was then transmitted to the participating artists. Their challenge was to digitally add visual elements to the base, bring it to resolution and then return the completed artworks. The resulting collaborations have been published on the designated website: This project is a celebration and testament to those artists' collaborative spirit.

The Guitar Art Project
In 2013 Gary A. Bibb conceived an exhibition project where 30 international artists were invited to create small artworks exploring the visually diverse theme of the guitar.  The first installment of the project was exhibited at Buffalo Brothers Guitars – Carlsbad, CA - September 2013.  A website was created for the project:

Public Art Project
A 2011 – 2012 international collaborative art project where Gary A. Bibb created 100 works of art which were dispersed to global associates with the intent of having them installed in public locations. Upon installation, the artworks were photographed in situ as documentation and published on the project’s website:

Fluxface in Space
Gary A. Bibb conceived and co-curated the 2010 – 2011 international art project where 127 artists from 26 nations participated in an exhibit commemorating space exploration and the NASA Space Shuttle program. Images of the original artworks, along with self-portraits of the artists, were launched into orbit onboard 2 of the final 3 Shuttle missions: STS-133, Discovery, February 2011 and STS-134, Endeavour, May 2011.
Exhibitions of the project have been featured at Fluxfest Chicago - Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL and the Ft. Worth Community Art Center, Ft Worth, TX with additional exhibits being scheduled. 
The Fluxface in Space project websites: and

A 2009 collaborative art project/exhibition featured at Space Gallery, Denver, Colorado. The concept was conceived by Gary A. Bibb, where the artist, along with associate artist Carlene Frances, created 100 small artworks (50 each) depicting their similar and divergent artistic paths which converged in this project.
Confluence website: