Jayson Keeling is an interdisciplinary artist whose work critiques pop iconography, notions of masculinity, and cultural rituals. The 2010 photograph New Graffiti Old Revolutions was inspired by Grace Jones' interpretation of the song The Apple Stretching. This work typifies Keeling's use of text and references to culture, music, and performance. His diverse practice includes photography, sculpture, installation, and painting.
Keeling's work has been included in group and solo shows, including Third Stream, New York, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, El Museo del Barrio, New York, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, and Queens Museum, New York.