|Author:||Gagosian Gallery Neil Jenney,Jessie Washburne-Harris,Paul Gardner|
|Subcategory:||History & Criticism|
|Publisher:||Gagosian Gallery (July 15, 2001)|
|Category:||Photo and Art|
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Neil Jenney, Rejected Mets Uniform by Neil Jenney, 1985 .
Neil Jenney, Rejected Mets Uniform by Neil Jenney, 1985. Neil Jenney, Venus From North America, 1979–86. Jenney had avoided framing the Bad Paintings of 1969–70, thinking that frames were merely decoration, and figured that prettifying Bad Painting would diminish its purity. Wrong paintings require a frame, and it’s a perfect place for the title. One day Jenney mused-after some thirty years-that he had never painted on canvas with oils, and that work on canvas would be much lighter. And that even bigger works could be moved by himself alone.
Books and Catalogues: GAGOSIAN Damien Hirst Bibliography. Washburne-Harris, Jessie and Donald Kennison. After almost 10 years, the artist’s latest project is his most grandiose yet. The Physical World: An Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture. New York, NY: Gagosian. The Financial Times, Mar 24. Embuscado, Rain.
Jenney located new realisms in narratives built of simple object relations (such as the 1969 piece "Sawn and Saw," which depicts a saw and a piece of cut wood). Publisher:Gagosian Gallery.
Jenney's deceivingly simple imagery and textual juxtapositions convey the temporal coexistence of these objects in both the real and the imagined world.
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Published by Gagosian Gallery, 2001. Essay by Paul Gardner. Catalog FALL 2001 Art Monographs. Distributor Availability: No longer our product. PUBLISHER Gagosian Gallery. BOOK FORMAT Hardcover, 12 x 10 i. 82 pgs, 39 color. PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 6/2/2001 No longer our product.
Paul Gardner (writer). Neil Jenney : The Bad Years 1969-70", Exhibit Catalogue, Gagosian Gallery, New York City, 2001.
Jessie Washburne-Harris and Michael Harold Lieberman, gallery directors in New York, are to be married today at. .The bride, 29, will keep her name.
Jessie Washburne-Harris and Michael Harold Lieberman, gallery directors in New York, are to be married today at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Sara and David Lieberman of Paradise Valley, Ariz. Rabbi Alan Rabishaw will officiate, The bride, 29, will keep her name. She was until July a sales associate and exhibition coordinator at the Gagosian Gallery in New York. She has been named a co-director of the Friedrich Petzel Gallery in New York, a job she will begin next month. She graduated from Tulane University.