VALERIE JAUDON (1945-)
Screenprint; signed and numbered with publisher embossing
Newly-framed in polished aluminium as pictured
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Screenprint; edition of 100, part of Domberger Edition’s 1980 “International Contemporary Art” calendar; signed and numbered with publisher embossing
During the course of Jaudon’s distinguished forty-year career, she has been committed to redefining the parameters of abstraction. A member of the original 1970s Pattern and Decoration group, she is a representative of important tendencies of the larger Postminimalist movement. Jaudon was the driving force behind the influential 1991 Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition, Conceptual Abstraction (reprised and expanded in 2012 in an exhibition in the Hunter College Times Square Galleries) and has continued to work toward the development of a grammar of abstraction.
Jaudon is the recipient of numerous awards and grants and her work has been collected by and exhibited in major museums. Among them are The Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC; National Gallery, Washington DC; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; McNay Art Museum, San Antonio; St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louise; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Städel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany; the Louisiana Museum of Modern art, Humlebaeck, Denmark; Suermondt-Ludwig Museum, Aachen, Germany.