1988-89, one person exhibition at Heland Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
In the early to mid 1990s, creates series of laminated wood sculptures derived from archetypal forms
1992, award recipient, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1995, Residency, American Academy in Rome, Italy
1996, one person exhibition of small works on paper at Glenn Horowitz Booksellers, East Hampton, NY
2000, one person exhibition at Guild Hall, Jack Youngerman,
Recent Sculpture and Drawings
His second son, Milo Youngerman, is born in 2000.
From 2000 to 2005, focus turns to complex wood reliefs
based on signature forms
2004, receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from
Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
In 2005, his second one person exhibit at the Parrish Art
Museum titled Jack Youngerman, Folding Screen Paintings
opens in Southampton, NY; first exhibit at The Drawing
Room in East Hampton opens concurrently.
2006, awarded Fellowship from the Barnett and Annalee
Mid-2000s, creates series of large scale shaped paintings
on wood. The works, referred to as Triads and Quadrads,
are exhibited at Washburn Gallery in New York in 2009.
2003 Installation at Washburn Gallery, L-R: Cross Cut, Lamia, Conflux II