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Jay DeFeo, "Untitled" (“Jewelry” series), 1977, acrylic, charcoal, graphite, and ink on paper, 20 x 15 inches; courtesy of Gagosian.
Jay DeFeo, "Lotus Eater No. 1," 1974, acrylic, mixed media, graphite, and collage on masonite, 72 1/2 x 48 1/2 inches; courtesy of Gagosian.
Jay DeFeo, "Pend O'Reille No. 1" (“Eternal Triangle” series), 1980, acrylic with collage on masonite, 48 x 72 1/8 inches; courtesy of Gagosian.
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Transcending Definition: Jay DeFeo in the 1970s

September 10, 2020 - October 31, 2020

“Transcending Definition” at Gagosian brings together a selection of over twenty paintings, photographs, and works on paper made by the late Jay DeFeo during the 1970s. Offering a focused look into DeFeo’s diverse practice, the works on view were created during a period inspired by things found in her everyday life, where the artist captured representations of objects through a lens of abstraction. On view are works like Lotus Eater; pieces from the “Triangle” series; andan untitled drawing from her “Jewelry” series, which transcends the basic form of a wire earring through a study done in acrylic, charcoal, graphite, and ink.

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Sep 10 - Oct 31
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Transcending Definition: Jay DeFeo in the 1970s

Exhibitions

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Liam Everett: some days later,

“some days later,” by Liam Everett is on view at Altman Siegel in San Francisco through June 26.

Calder-Picasso

On view through May 23 at de Young Museum is “Calder-Picasso.”

Dorothea Lange: Photography as Activism

"Dorothea Lange: Photography as Activism," is on view online.

Clare Rojas: Here We Go

Jessica Silverman Gallery presents "Here We Go" by Clare Rojas.

Future Histories

"Future Histories" at SFMOMA is on view through May 23.

David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime

"David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime" at Haines Gallery is on view online.

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