This fall, the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University will devote its galleries to the first large-scale museum exhibition for vanguard abstract painter Jacqueline Humphries. Guest-curated by Mark Godfrey, the show will feature over 30 works, including a new multipanel installation—the artist's largest to date—created in response to the center’s iconic postmodernist architecture.
A maverick figure in New York’s downtown scene, Humphries has reworked and revitalized the language of abstract painting over a career that has covered four decades and multiple transformations in style. The Wexner’s presentation will focus on the past seven years, highlighting the importance of digital communications and online culture to Humphries’s evolving practice.
For more information, please visit the Wexner Center's website.