In 2011, Margo Leavin Gallery in Los Angeles exhibited a broad selection of works on paper in Jack Youngerman, 150 Small Works on Paper

Of the exhibit, the critic David Pagel said in the L.A. Times said, "Youngerman’s handmade abstractions are all about physicality. They invite

you to see and savor every micro-millimeter of acrylic, every ghostly trace of

graphite, every matte expanse of gouache, every rough edge and smooth


In 2013, Youngerman exhibited large scale paintings at Washburn Gallery

in Triads Tondos Foils

In the same year, he mounted an installation of seven fiberglass sculptures at

LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton. The exhibit, which was on view through

spring and summer until October 2013, featured an important body of work

from the 1970s and 1980s.

In May of 2013, Youngerman was the subject of a survey at The Drawing Room

in East Hampton, NY that featured over six decades of small paintings and

drawings. The exhibit, Jack Youngerman, Works on Paper, 1951 - 2012 was

widely applauded.

The Pollock-Krasner Foundation bestowed Youngerman with the prestigious

Lee Krasner Award in 2014.

In 2017, The Menil Collection in Houston presented Between Land and Sea:

Artists of the Coenties Slip, curated by Michelle White. The exhibition, on

view from April 14 - August 6, featured works by Chryssa, Robert Indiana,

Ellsworth Kelly, Agnes Martin, Lenore Tawney and Jack Youngerman.

Youngerman's 2019 exhibition at Washburn Gallery, titled Cut-Ups, is widely


Jack Youngerman continued to work, advancing his Cut--Ups series to include

large-scale, shaped canvases as well as gouaches, watercolors, and drawings.

He died on February 19, 2020, at Stony Brook University Hospital on Long Island.

He was 93 years old.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Installation Black & White at LongHouse Reserve

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