Jake Lahah is an artist working at the intersections of print, sculpture, installation and craft. His work explores the connections between the built-environment, labor, and the human condition. Currently, his research explores the palm tree as a symbol of placemaking, utopia, and marketing, using the tourism industry as a case study. 

Notable places that  Lahah has shown include the ICA Baltimore, Candela Books and Gallery, Partners and Son, Second State Press, SGCI @ UW Madison, Well Well Projects, and Attic 506. He completed a long term artist residency at Studio Two Three where he also taught community art classes. He received his BFA from George Mason University and MFA in Print from Tyler School of Art + Architecture. You can usually find him in Philadelphia, Richmond, or anywhere in between.

You can view his CV here.