Jennifer Bartlett

born 1941

Jennifer Bartlett, ‘At Sea Japan’ 1980
At Sea Japan 1980
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Jennifer Losch Bartlett (born March 14, 1941) is an American artist. She is known for paintings and prints that combine the system-based aesthetic of Conceptual art with the painterly approach of Neo-expressionism. Many of her pieces are executed on small, square, enamel-coated steel plates that are combined in grid formations to create very large works.

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Jennifer Bartlett At Sea Japan



Surface Substitution on 36 Plates 1972 by Jennifer Bartlett

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This In Focus presents the first in-depth study of this key work of conceptual art from the 1970s, examining Bartlett ...

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