Alfred Jensen

Alfred Jensen: Concordance

September 20, 2001 - June 16, 2002

<p>Alfred Jensen. <i>Remote Sensing, Per I & II</i>, 1979. <br/>Estate of Alfred Jensen. </p>

Alfred Jensen. Remote Sensing, Per I & II, 1979.
Estate of Alfred Jensen.

 
 
 

Jensen's highly respected but rarely seen paintings elaborate his comsological theories, drawing on the sciences of astronomy, physics, and mathematics, and frequently involving Mayan and Chinese calendrical systems. Included are large-scale multi-part paintings that span the artist's mature career beginning in 1960. among the highlights of the exhibition is Great Pyramid (1980), a key late work never before exhibited publicly.

 

Bibliography

Alfred Jensen: Concordance. New York: Dia Center for the Arts, 2003. Texts by David Anfam, Lynne Cooke, and Michael Newman.

Alfred Jensen: Paintings. New York: Pace Gallery, 1991. Text by Alfred Jensen.

Alfred Jensen: Paintings and Works on Paper. New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1985. Texts by Thomas M. Messer, Maria Reidelbach, and Peter Schjeldahl.

Alfred Jensen: The Late Work. New York: Pace Gallery, 1984. Text by Alfred Jensen.

Alfred Jensen: Paintings and Diagrams from the Years 1957–1977. Buffalo: Albright-Knox Gallery, in association with the XIV Biennial of São Paulo, 1978. Texts by Linda L. Cathcart and Marcia Tucker.

Alfred Jensen. Basel: Kunsthalle, 1975. Texts by Alfred Jensen and Carlo Huber.

Alfred Jensen. Hannover: Kestner-Gesellschaft, in association with Kunsthalle Bern, 1973. Texts by Max Bill, Alfred Jensen, Allan Kaprow, and Wieland Schmied.

Alfred Jensen. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1964. Texts by Alfred Jensen and Eberhard W. Kornfeld.

Alfred Jensen. Bern: Kornfeld and Klipstein, 1963. Texts by Alfred Jensen and Eberhard W. Kornfeld.

 
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