Hardcover, 86 pages
9 x 11.5 inches
Published by Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Originally produced to coincide with last year’s retrospective at the Mitchell-Innes & Nash gallery, this catalogue centred around the late avant-garde artist, Jay DeFeo, chronicles the bulk of her working life. It features 50 key works from 1965 to 1989, including paintings, drawings, photographs and little-seen photocopy pieces, as well as an essay by Walead Beshty entitled The Ritual of Everyday Life: On the Migrating Objects of Jay DeFeo. For anyone fascinated by the Beat movement and Semina-associated artists, it is sure to be a must.