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News

www.menil.org
by Clare Elliott
“Fragments and Photographs: Reflections on an Unfinished Work by Jay DeFeo”

March 2017
www.menil.org
 
ARTnews
by Andrew Russeth
“Everything’s Coming Up DeFeo”

January 6, 2017
www.artnews.com
 
King Kong Magazine
by Vanessa Bruno
“Jay DeFeo”

Issue 2, Autumn-Winter 2016
www.kingkongmagazine.com
 
Artforum
by Mara Hoberman
“Reviews: Paris, Jay DeFeo, Galerie Frank Elbaz”

October 2016
artforum.com
 
WhiteHotMagazine.com
by Blaire Dessent
“A Bohemian in Paris: Jay DeFeo at Galerie frank elbaz”

July 2016
whitehotmagazine.com
 
Liberation (Paris, France)
byJudicaël Lavrador
“Beat, Génération Spontanée”

June 26, 2016
next.liberation.fr
Read an English translation here.
 
ArtPractical.com
by Anton Stuebner
“Jay DeFeo / Alter Ego”

October 1, 2015
www.artpractical.com
 
SFGate.com
by Jessica Zack
“Paired Works Present Another Side of Jay DeFeo”

October 1, 2015
www.sfgate.com
 
Morgenbladet
by Oda Bhar
“I Rosens Navn”

September 25, 2015
Read the Norwegian original here.
Read an English translation here.
 
Kunstkritikk.no
by Erland Hammer
“Rosen som Bilde og Forestilling”

September 18, 2015
Read the Norwegian original here.
Read an English translation here.
 
Portrait of Jay DeFeo and E3094 (earring)
Kunstforum
by Frida Forsgren
“En Retrospektiv Reise Gjennom 28 Verk: Jay DeFeo: A Rose Is a Flame Is a Sun Is a Star Is a Dove”

September 14, 2015
Read the Norwegian original here.
Read an English translation here.
 
Zyzzyva
by Andrew David King
“Sysyphus’s Bones: The Remains of Jay DeFeo”

Fall 2015, No. 104
lithub.com
 
San Francisco Chronicle
by Glen Helfand
“Fall Arts Preview: Visual Art”

August 27, 2015
http://www.sfgate.com
 
Artforum
“San Jose Museum of Art Receives Gift of Forty-Four Artworks”

May 5, 2015
http://artforum.com
 
ArtfixDaily.com
“San Jose Museum of Art Receives Major Gift of 44 Modern and Contemporary Artworks”

April 30, 2015
http://www.artfixdaily.com
 
New Whitney Museum Opens May 1, 2015
http://whitney.org
 
MutualArt.com
by Natalie Hegert
“Hidden Gems and Unforgotten Histories: America Is Hard to See at the New Whitney”

April 29, 2015
http://www.mutualart.com
 
The New Yorker
by Peter Schjeldahl
“New York Odyssey: The Whitney Reëstablishes Itself Downtown”

April 27, 2015
http://www.vulture.com
 
Los Angeles Times
by Christopher Knight
“At New Whitney Museum Site, a Show Is Shrouded in Parochialism”

April 27, 2015
http://www.latimes.com
 
ArtObserved.com
by D. Creahan
“New York — ‘America Is Hard to See’ The Debut Exhibition at the Newly Completed Whitney Museum, Through September 27th 2015”

April 27, 2015
http://artobserved.com
 
ARTnews
by Andrew Russeth
“The Whitney Opens With a Winner”

April 23, 2015
http://www.artnews.com
 
New York Magazine
by Jerry Saltz
“The New New Museum: How the Whitney Might Just Solve the Impossible Problem of Contemporary Art”

April 20, 2015
www.artforum.com
 

 

See also Exhibitions → Current and Future

Events

Exhibition Walk-Through with Leah Levy and Sophie Dannenmüller
June 21, 2016 at 6 pm
Galerie Frank Elbaz
66 Rue de Turenne
Paris, France

Walk-through of the current Jay DeFeo exhibition at Galerie Frank Elbaz led by Leah Levy, Executive Director of The Jay DeFeo Foundation and Sophie Dannenmüller, independent scholar and curator.
RSVP: anna@galeriefrankelbaz.com

Scholarly article on Jay DeFeo published in online journal Tate Papers
“Coral and Lichen, Brains and Bowels: Jay DeFeo’s Hybrid Abstraction”
by Catherine Spencer
Tate Papers no. 23, Spring 2015
Tate, United Kingdom

Tate Papers is an online research journal that publishes scholarly articles on British and modern international art, and on museum practice today. These areas reflect the breadth of Tate’s collection, exhibition programme and activities, but articles do not need to refer specifically to Tate or to works in its collection to be deemed suitable for submission to the journal. Leading specialists from around the world contribute to Tate Papers, as do researchers working at Tate, and the journal aims to showcase a range of disciplinary approaches to the study of art and museums.
www.tate.org.uk

Radio broadcast/podcast (in French): Deathrose de Jay DeFeo
Les Regardeurs — "A painting, a sculpture, a garden... Discover or rediscover these masterpieces with Jean de Loisy and current artists."
Sunday, October 4, 2015 at 2 pm (8 am EDT)
Radio France, Paris

Join museum director, curator and experimental filmmaker Jean-Michel Bouhours and visual artist Cécile Beau in a discussion with art critic and curator Jean de Loisy.
www.franceculture.fr
Available as a podcast after the original broadcast at iTunes

Panel Discussion: Jay DeFeo / Alter Ego
Saturday, September 26, 2015 at 11 am
Hosfelt Gallery
260 Utah Street
San Francisco, CA

This panel discussion about the work of Jay DeFeo will coincide with the exhibition Jay DeFeo / Alter Ego, on view from September 12 to October 10, 2015. Participating in the conversation will be Todd Hosfelt; Veronica Roberts, Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art at the Blanton Museum of Art; and Julian Cox, Founding Curator of Photography and Chief Curator of the de Young Museum.
www.artpractical.com
Read a transcript of the Panel Discussion here.

New book published on Jay DeFeo’s Art

Jay DeFeo: Works on Paper
Edited by Bart Schneider
128 pages, 8 x 6 inches
Available June 2015
http://www.kellyscovepress.com

The breadth of Jay DeFeo’s works on paper is examined in this intimate volume of 100 images, most of which have not been previously reproduced.


 
Carol Mancusi-Ungaro on The Rose by Jay DeFeo
Monday, June 8, 2015 at 3 pm
Whitney Museum of American Art
New York, NY

Part of a summer-long series of in-gallery programs exploring ninety-nine artworks in the inaugural exhibition, this talk will feature Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, the Whitney's Melva Bucksbaum Associate Director for Conservation and Research, addressing The Rose (1958-66) by Jay DeFeo. Free with museum admission.
http://whitney.org
 

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