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Add to Calendar 28-02-2013 02-06-2013 15 Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective Featuring nearly 150 of DeFeo's works, many of which will be exhibited for the first time. The show traces motifs and themes the artist examined throughout her career in drawings, photographs, collages, jewelry, and the monumental paintings for which she is best known. Whitney Museum of American Art true DD/MM/YYYY

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Date: 02/28/13 through 06/02/13
Ages: All Ages
Address: 945 Madison Ave. - 212-570-3600

This retrospective is the definitive exhibition to date of the work of Jay DeFeo (1929-89), one of the most important and innovative artists of her generation, but one who has still not been given her due. At the outset of her career in the 1950s, DeFeo was at the epicenter of the vibrant Beat community of San Francisco Bay Area artists, poets, and musicians. Although best known for The Rose (1958-66), an almost two-thousand-pound visionary masterpiece that languished behind a wall for twenty years, DeFeo created an astoundingly diverse range of works. Her unconventional approach to materials and intensive, physical process make DeFeo a unique figure in postwar American art. With more than 150 works, including collages, drawings, paintings, photographs, small sculptures, and jewelry, the exhibition, organized by curator Dana Miller, provides the first in-depth assessment of her work for a national audience, tracing DeFeo’s visual concerns and motifs across more than four decades of art-making. A major monograph published by the Whitney and distributed by Yale University Press accompanies the exhibition, which opens in November 2012 at SFMoMA before traveling to the Whitney, where it will be seen in an expanded version.

Pictured: The Rose, 1958-66. © 2012 The Jay DeFeo Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photograph by Ben Blackwell

Venue Description: Home to an impressive display of 20th century and contemporary art of the United States, with special exhibitions of paintings, sculpture, drawings, and films. Open Wed.-Sun., 11am-6pm (Fri., 1-9pm). General admission: $20; Ages 16-25: $16; Ages 65 and over: $14; Full-time students: $14; Ages 18 and under: FREE.

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