Edited by Jessie Washburne-Harris. Essay by Paul Gardner.
Published by Gagosian Gallery
Concentrating on the brief but pivotal phase between 1969 and 1970, this catalogue makes a timely reconsideration of Neil Jenney's career, emphasizing his transition to a mature body of work. Jenney located new realisms in narratives built of simple object relations (such as the 1969 piece "Sawn and Saw," which depicts a saw and a piece of cut wood). His deceptively simple imagery and textual juxtapositions convey the temporal coexistence of these objects in both real and conceptual terms.
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