|Statement||Mark Rosenthal ; (exhibition organized by the University Art Museum, Berkeley).|
|Contributions||Rosenthal, Mark., University of California, Berkeley. University Art Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||80054837|
There are no products in your shopping cart. 0 Items: Total: $ Search form. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Neil Jenney, Neil Jenney: (schilderijen en beelden ), Neil Jenney, paintings and sculpture, Neil Jenney Forthcoming, in stock, and out-of-print Title information on museum exhibition catalogs, art monographs, and international books from the ARTBOOK | D.A.P. Catalog. Sylvia Plimack Mangold: Noctural Paintings Neil Jenney: Paintings and Sculpture – [catalogue unavailable] Charles Schorre: Pages from Books Unpublished Other Realities: Installations for Performance Brian Eno: Video and Music Jun Kaneko: Parallel Sounds Four Painters: Jones, Smith, Stack, Utterback Derek Boshier: Paintings from
Neil Jenney is a self-taught artist born in He attended Massachusetts College of Art in In he moved to New York City where he currently resides. His painting style was described by the art critic Marcia Tucker in as Bad Painting, a description which he has embraced. Neil Jenney is a self-taught artist born in He attended Massachusetts College of Art in In he moved to New York City where he currently resides.. His painting style was described by the art critic Marcia Tucker in as Bad Painting, a description which he has describes his style as realism, but it is an idiosyncratic use of the word on his part, meaning: a. Neil Jenney, who was born in and is self-taught as an artist, produced the sculptures in this exhibition when he was Soon after, he started the so-called ''bad painting. Neil Jenney is a contemporary American painter known for his “Bad Paintings” of the s and early such as Sawn and Saw () and Girl and Doll () were a reaction to Minimalism and aesthetic taste, with their purposeful rejection of painterly skill and diagrammatic subject matter. “Ivan Karp was showing Photorealists with [Leo] Castelli, and then he opened up his own.
—Neil Jenney. A maverick of twentieth-century American art, Neil Jenney pursues realism as a style and philosophy. He strives to return to the classical ideal of truth and to integrate form and content, while eschewing what he has described as the decorative, expressive qualities of modern abstraction. 16 results for "neil jenney" "neil jenney". I designed and built the frames to suit the paintings - I realized that the frames would enhance the illusion and be a perfect place to put the title. (Quoted in hal, Neil Jenney: Painting and Sculpture , University Art Museum, Berkeley, , p. 49). View additional info. Neil Jenney. Gagosian is pleased to present drawings and paintings by Neil Jenney. A maverick in twentieth century American art, Jenney shifted his focus from abstract painting and sculpture in order to pursue a new type of realism, adopting the binary of “bad” and “good” paintings.