Exhibition Catalogues (Listed by Title)

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A Abstraction Expressionism: Further Evidence, Painting and Sculpture. Edited by Michael Rosenfeld. New York: Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, 2009.

The American Century: Art and Culture, 1950–2000. By Lisa Phillips. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art and W.W. Norton, 1999.

An American Legacy: A Gift to New York: Recent Acquisitions from the Board of Trustees. By Dana A. Miller and Marla Prather. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art and Prestel, 2002.

Archives of American Art: California Collecting. Edited by George W. Neubert and Therese Heyman. Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum, 1977.

Assemblage and Collage in California in the 1960s. By Sandra Leonard Starr and Sophie Dannenmüller. San Francisco: 871 Fine Arts.

Art as a Muscular Principle: 10 Artists and San Francisco, 1950–1965: Roots and New Directions. By Merril Greene. South Hadley, MA: John and Norah Warbeke Gallery, Mount Holyoke College, 1975.

Art Bank 64/66. By the Art Association of the San Francisco Art Association. San Francisco: Art Association of the San Francisco Art Institute, 1964. [For a lending collection from the Artist Association of the San Francisco Art Institute.]

Art Is Not an Intellectual Way of Thinking. By Mette-Line Pedersen. Kristiansand, Norway: Kristiansand Kunsthall, 2014.

The Artist and the Myth. By Jo Farb Hernandez. Monterey, CA: Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, 1987.

The Avant-Garde Collection. By Dan Cameron. Newport Beach, CA: Orange County Museum of Art, 2014.

B A Bay Area Connection: Works from the Anderson Collection. Edited by Katherine Church Holland. Santa Clara, CA: Triton Museum of Art, 1995.

Beat Culture and the New America, 1950–65. By Lisa Phillips. New York and Paris: Whitney Museum of American Art and Flammarion, 1995.

Beatkunst: De Glemte Malerne. By Mette-Line Pedersen. Moss, Norway: Punkt Ø AS & MOMENTUM, 2018.

Beat Generation and Beyond: A Visual History, Volume II. By John Natsoulas and Vanessa Bolden. Davis, CA: John Natsoulas Press, 2004.

C California Landscape Into Abstraction. By Dan Cameron. Newport Beach, CA: Orange County Museum of Art, 2013.

Celebrating Modern Art: The Anderson Collection. Edited by Gary Garrels. San Francisco and Berkeley: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and University of California Press, 2000.

Chocolate Factory. By Paul McCarthy. Ostfildern, Germany and Paris: Hatje Canz Velag and Monnaie de Paris.

Choose Paint! Choose Abstraction! By Lizzetta LeFalle-Collins. San Francisco: Museum of the African Diaspora, 2012.

Collecting on the Edge. Edited by Bolton T. Colburn. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2018.

Concerning the Spiritual: The Eighties. By David S. Rubin. San Francisco: San Francisco Art Institute, 1985.

Crafting Modernism: Midcentury American Art and Design. Edited by Jeannine Falino. New York: Abrams and Museum of Arts and Design, 2011.

D Decade: Contemporary Collecting 2002–2012. By Douglas Dreishpoon, Louis Grachos, David Pagel, and Heather Pesanti. Buffalo: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 2012.

DEFEO. By Todd Hosfelt and Stephanie Hanor. San Francisco: Hosfelt Gallery, 2011.

The Dilexi Years, 1958–1970. Edited by Christina Orr-Cahall. Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum, 1984.

Directions in Bay Area Painting: A Survey of Three Decades, 1940s–1960s. Edited by Joseph Armstrong Baird, Jr. Davis: Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California, Davis, 1983.

Dissonant Abstractions. By Mark Van Proyen. San Jose, CA: San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, 1986.

Doctor Jazz & Works on Paper 1952–1989. By Jim Edwards. Logan, UT: Utah State University.

Drawing Modern: Works from the Agnes Gund Collection. By Carter E. Foster and Jeffrey D. Grove. Cleveland, OH: Cleveland Museum of Art, 2003.

E Earache. By Jordan Stein. San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 2018.

An Eclectic Eye: Selections from the Dan Leach Collection. By Julie Sasse. Tucson, AZ: Tucson Museum of Art, 2007.

elles@centrepompidou: Women Artists in the Collection of the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre de Création Industrielle. By Camille Morineau. Paris: Éditions du Centre Pompidou 2009.

The Everywhere Studio. By Alex Gartenfeld. Miami & New York: Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami and DelMonico Books-Prestel, 2017.

F Facing Eden: 100 Years of Landscape Art in the Bay Area. By Steven A. Nash. San Francisco and Berkeley: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and University of California Press, 1995.

Ferus. Edited by Gagosian Gallery. New York: Gagosian Gallery, 2002. Second edition, 2009, copublished with Rizzoli.

First Glimpse. Edited by Kevin Appel. Irvine, CA: UCI Institute and Museum for California Art, University of California, Irvine, 2018.

Forty Years of California Assemblage: UCLA Art Council Annual Exhibition. Edited by Anne Ayres. Los Angeles: Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, 1989.

G Guernica. Edited by Émilie Bouvard and Géraldine Mercier, eds. Paris: Éditions Gallimard and Musèe national Picasso-Paris, 2018.

H Here and Now: Bay Area Masterworks from the di Rosa Collection. By Philip E. Linhares. Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum, 1994.

Homage to the San Francisco Art Institute: Artists Who Transformed American Culture. Edited by Michael Hackett and Tracy Freedman. San Francisco: Hackett-Freedman Gallery, 1999.

I IGY. By William S. Smith. New York: Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2010.

Image to Gesture 1945-1969: California Postwar Abstraction. By Peter Frank. New York: David Findlay Jr Gallery, 2013.

J J. DeFeo. By Ed Kienholz. Hope, ID: Faith and Charity in Hope Gallery, 1979.

Jay DeFeo. By Walead Beshty. New York: Mitchell-Innes & Nash.

Jay DeFeo / Alter Ego. By Todd Hosfelt and Victoria Roberts. San Francisco: Hosfelt Gallery, 2015.

Jay DeFeo: “Applaud the Black Fact.” By Bruce Hainley. Boston: Nielsen Gallery, 2007.

Jay DeFeo: Chiaroscuro. By John Yau. Zurich: Galerie Eva Presenhuber and JRP|Ringier, 2013

Jay DeFeo: Dibujos y Foto-collages. Edited by Rolando Castellón. San José, Costa Rica: Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo, 1996.

Jay DeFeo: The Florence View and Related Works, 1950–1954. Edited by Robert A. Whyte. San Francisco: Museo ItaloAmericano, 1997.

Jay DeFeo: Her Tripod and Its Dress. By Elisabeth Sussman. New York: Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, 2003.

Jay DeFeo: Ingredients of Alchemy, Before and After ‘The Rose.’ By Carter Ratcliff. New York: Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, 2002.

Jay DeFeo: An Intimate View—Small Paintings, 1986 through 1989. Edited by Tobin Keller. Santa Cruz, CA: Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, 1990.

Jay DeFeo—No End: Works on Paper from the 1980s; Botanicals: Photographs from the 1970s. By Dana Miller and Anne Wilkes Tucker. Santa Fe, NM: Dwight Hackett projects, 2006.

Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective. By Dana Miller. New York and New Haven: Whitney Museum of American Art and Yale University Press, 2012.

Jay DeFeo: Selected Works 1952–1989. By Constance Lewallen. Philadelphia: Goldie Paley Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design, 1996.

Jay DeFeo: Selected Works, Past and Present. By David S. Rubin. San Francisco: San Francisco Art Institute, 1984.

Jay DeFeo: The Ripple Effect featuring Sam Falls, Rachel Harrison, Wyatt Kahn, Ron Nagle, Gay Outlaw, Tobias Pils, R. H. Quaytman, Ugo Rondinone, Bosco Sodi, Oscar Tuazon. Edited by Seungduk Kim and Franck Gautherot. Dijon: Le presses du réel, 2018.

Jay DeFeo: Where the Swan Flies. By Jens Hoffmann. Houston, TX: Moody Gallery, 2008.

Jay DeFeo: Works on Paper. Edited by Sidra Stich. Berkeley: University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, 1989.

Jay DeFeo/Madeline O'Connor. By Jim Edwards. Victoria, TX: Nave Museum, 1986.

Jay DeFeo/MATRIX 11. By Henry T. Hopkins. Berkeley: University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, 1978.

Jay DeFeo, Robert Dhaemers, Ron Nagle, John Roloff, Catherine Wagner: Mills College Art Department Faculty Retrospective Exhibition. Edited by JoAnne G. Bernstein and Philip E. Linhares. Oakland, CA: Mills College Art Gallery, 1986.

Jennifer Brandon & Jay DeFeo: Photographic Works. By Stephanie Hanor. Oakland, CA: Mills College Art Gallery, 2018.

K Karl Haendel & Jay DeFeo: Pink Cup and The Facts. By Robin Clark, Karl Haendel and Leah Levy. New York: Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery, 2017.

“A Kind of Beatness”: Photographs of a North Beach Era 1950–1965. By Mark Green. San Francisco: Focus Gallery, 1975.

L The Last Time I Saw Ferus: 1957–1966. By Betty Turnbull. Newport Beach, CA: Newport Harbor Art Museum, 1976.

Late Fifties at the Ferus. By James Monte. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1968.

Lines of Discovery: 225 Years of American Drawings. Edited by Stephen C. Wicks. London and Columbus, GA: D Giles and Columbus Museum, 2006.

Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now. By Isabel Seligman. London: The British Museum and Thames & Hudson.

Looking for Mushrooms: Beat Poets, Hippies, Funk, Minimal Art—San Francisco 1955–68. Edited by Barbara Engelbach, Friedericke Wappler, and Hans Winkler. Cologne, Germany: Museum Ludwig and Walther König, 2008.

Lyrical Vision: The 6 Gallery, 1954-1957. Edited by John Natsoulas. Davis, CA: Natsoulas/Novelozo Gallery, 1990.

M Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity, 1900–2000. By Stephanie Baron, Sheri Bernstein, and Ilene Susan Fort. Los Angeles and Berkeley: Los Angeles County Museum of Art and University of California Press, 2000.

Measure of Time. By Lucinda Barnes. Berkeley: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2006.

Mechanisms. By Anthony Huberman. San Francisco & Amsterdam: CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts and ROMA Publications, 2017.

Medusa: Jewellery & Taboos. Edited by Anne Dressen, Michèle Heuzé and Benjamin Lignel. Paris: Paris Musées, 2017.

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery: The First Decade. Edited by Michael Rosenfeld. New York: Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, 2000.

N Night Scented Stock. By Debra Singer and Gregory Volk. New York: Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2011.

1950–1965: Abstraction on Paper. Edited by Michael Rosenfeld. New York: Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, 2001.

Nineteenth Annual Drawing & Print Exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association. San Francisco: San Francsico Museum of Art.

Northern California Art of the Sixties. Edited by Georgianna M. Lagoria. Santa Clara, CA: De Saisset Museum, University of Santa Clara, 1982.

O Object Lessons: Jay DeFeo Works on Paper from the 1970s. By Paul Galvez. Dallas: galerie frank elbaz, 2018.

Other Mechanisms. Edited by Anthony Huberman. Vienna: Secession, 2018.

“out of my own head”: Photographs by Jay DeFeo. By Stephan F. F. Jost. Oakland, CA: Mills College Art Museum, 2004.

Outrageous Fortune: Jay DeFeo and Surrealism. By Dana Miller. New York: Mitchell-Innes & Nash, 2018.

P Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era. By Henry T. Hopkins. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1977.

Paper Trails: San Francisco Abstract Expressionist Prints, Drawings, and Watercolors. By Susan Landauer. Santa Cruz, CA: Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, 1993.

Paul McCarthy’s Low Life Slow Life: Tide Box, Tide Book. Edited by Jens Hoffmann and Stacen Berg. San Francisco and Ostfildern, Germany: California College of the Arts and Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2010.

Perceptions of the Spirit in Twentieth-Century American Art. Edited by Jane Dillenberger and John Dillenberger. Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1977.

Pioneers. By Jens Hoffmann. San Francisco: California College of the Arts, 2007.

Poets of the Cities: New York and San Francisco 1950–1965. Edited by Neil A. Chassman. New York and Dallas: E. P. Dutton and Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1974.

Private Collections/Personal Exchange: Bay Area Artists, 1950–1966. By Michele Ellis Irwin and James Irwin. San Francisco: Transamerica Corporation, 1989.

R Radical Past: Contemporary Art & Music in Pasadena, 1960–1974. Edited by Karen Jacobson. Pasadena: Armory Center for the Arts and Art Center College of Design.

Renaissance on Fillmore, 1955–65. By Michael Schwager. Sonoma, CA: di Rosa, 2012.

Rolling Renaissance: San Francisco Underground Art in Celebration, 1945–1968. Second edition. Edited by Robert Emory Johnson. San Francisco: Intersection, Center for Religion and the Arts, 1976. [Exhibit in 1968.]

The Rose: J. DeFeo. By Fred Martin. Pasadena and San Francisco: Pasadena Art Museum and San Francisco Museum of Art, 1968.

S San Francisco Bay Area Painting. By George W. Neubert. Lincoln: Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, 1984.

San Francisco Renaissance: Photographs of the ’50s and ’60s. By Merril Greene. New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1975.

The San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism. By Susan Landauer. Laguna Beach, CA, and Berkeley: Laguna Art Museum and University of California Press, 1996.

Semina Culture: Wallace Berman and His Circle. By Michael Duncan and Kristine McKenna. New York and Santa Monica, CA: D.A.P. and Santa Monica Museum of Art, 2005.

Seventeenth Annual Drawing & Print Exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association. San Francisco: San Francsico Museum of Art.

Seventeenth Annual Watercolor Exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association. San Francisco: San Francsico Museum of Art.

Shape of Light: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art. Edited by Simon Baker and, Emmanuelle de l’Ecotais, with Shoair Mavlian. London, UK: Tate Publishing, 2018.

Sixteen Americans. Edited by Dorothy C. Miller. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1959.

The Spirit Level. By Ugo Rondinone. New York: Gladstone Gallery, 2012.

T The Third Mind: Carte Blanche à Ugo Rondinone. By Ugo Rondinone. Paris: Palais de Tokyo, 2007.

Three Pick Four. Edited by Andrée Maréchal-Workman. San Francisco: University of California Extension Center Art Gallery, 1984.

Traces du Sacré (Traces of the Sacred). Edited by Jean de Loisy. Paris: Éditions du Centre Pompidou, 2008.

The True Artist Is an Amazing Luminous Fountain: Selected Works from the di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature. By Jack Rasmussen. Napa, CA: di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature, 2004.

True Grit. By Arlene Raven. New York: Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, 2000.

Twice Drawn: Modern and Contemporary Drawings in Context. Edited by Ian Berry and Jack Shear. New York and Sarasota Springs, NY: Prestel and Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, 2011.

U Undersoul: Jay DeFeo. By Lauren Schell Dickens, San José Museum of Art, 2019.

The Unphotographable. By Jeffrey Fraenkel. San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 2013.

W WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution. Edited by Cornelia Butner and Lisa Gabrielle Mark. Los Angeles and Cambridge, MA: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and MIT Press, 2007.

Where We Are. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2017.

William Blake and the Age of Aquarius. By Stephen F. Eisenman. Evanston, IL & Princeton, NJ: Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University and Princeton University Press, 2017.

Women of Abstract Expressionism. Edited byJoan Marter. Denver and New Haven: Denver Art Museum and Yale University Press, 2016.



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