JACK YOUNGERMAN

chronology

December, 1958, included in first of four international exhibitions of contemporary painting and sculpture at Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh

In 1959, he is represented in first of four biennial exhibitions of contemporary American painting at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Designs stage sets for Theatre East, New York, production of Jean Genet's Deathwatch

Receives New York Talent Award from Art in America magazine

1959-60, Youngerman is featured in The Museum of Modern Art landmark exhibition, Sixteen Americans, curated by Dorothy Miller. Later that year, he relocates from Coenties Slip to South Street, also in lower Manhattan.

1961, included in Abstract Expressionists and Imagists at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

1962-66, one person exhibits at Galerie Lawrence, Paris, Galleria dell'Arte, MIlan and Everett Ellin Gallery, Los Angeles

Represented in American Drawings at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

1965, one person exhibit at Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts

1968, one person exhibit at The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

1969, establishes summer studio in Bridgehampton, New York, where

he continues to work today

1970, creates first circular anbd elliptical shaped paintings as well as

freestanding sculpture in laminated fiberglass and resin

1971, first of four one person exhibits at Pace Gallery, New York

1972, inaugural exhibit, Jack Youngerman, 1967-72, at Portland Center

for the Visual Arts, Portland, Oregon

Receives National Endowment for the Arts award

Explores new mediums including wood and polystyrene, which permits

the development of painted reliefs

May, 1973, one person exhibit at Galerie Denise Rene, Paris

Installation, Sixteen Americans, curated by Dorothy Miller, MOMA

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