Jay DeFeo in the 1970s
Artworks by Jay DeFeo in the exhibition
“Jay DeFeo’s Transcendent Objects”
Alice Godwin explores the shifts in Jay DeFeo’s practice in the 1970s, considering the familiar objects that became recurrent subjects in her work during these years and their relationship to the human body.
“Jay DeFeo’s artwork defied labels, which is why it’s still relevant today”
SF Chronicle, Datebook
With her refusal to be confined to one medium, Jay DeFeo was in many ways more akin to today’s conceptual artists, who reject categorizing themselves, rather than her midcentury contemporaries, says Kelly Huang, the co-director of Gagosian gallery in San Francisco.
“Jay DeFeo: Trancending Definition”
Jay DeFeo, the late, California-based artist who pushed the boundaries of each medium she mastered, will be now remembered at the Gagosian San Francisco.