By the mid-1980s painting had been declared “dead” several times over, but for the painter Jacqueline Humphries, it was a “rogue practice.” The medium has remained her foundation throughout her career. “Painting can adapt to anything,” she has said.
Join us in learning how the artist has adapted to—and subverted—what a painting can be with reference to both art history and cutting-edge technologies.
Jacqueline Humphries lives and works in New York. Her work was included in the 59th Venice Biennale, The Milk of Dreams, in 2022, and was the subject of a major survey at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, in 2021.
Other institutional solo exhibitions include Dia Art Foundation, The Dan Flavin Art Institute, Bridgehampton, New York (2019); Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (2015); and Contemporary Art Center New Orleans (2015).
This public program is made possible with the support of Dirk Denison and David Salkin.