Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Wait, Wait, 2004

enamel over silkscreen grid on baked enamel steel plate

19.7 x 19.7 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

The Exact Spot, 2004

enamel over silkscreen grid on baked enamel steel plates

19.5 x 19.5 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Scalpel, 2004

enamel over silkscreen grid on baked enamel steel plates

19.7 x 40.2 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

MacBeth, 2004

enamel over silkscreen grid on baked enamel steel plates

40.2 x 40.2 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Get a Life, 2004

enamel over silkscreen grid on baked enamel steel plates

40.2 x 19.7 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Darling, 2004

enamel over silkscreen grid on baked enamel steel plates

50 x 50 cm (19.7 x 19.7 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Prince Charles, 2006

enamel over silkscreen grid on baked enamel, steel plates

85.9 x 126.8 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Faulkner, 2004
enamel over silkscreen on six baked enamel steel plates

41 3/8 x 63 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Those Sticks, 2006

oil on canvas

72 x 72 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

These Ducks, 2006

oil on canvas

96 x 96 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

The Shrubs, 2006

oil on canvas

72 x 72 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

The Same Person, 2006

oil on canvas

72 x 72 inches

Jennifer Steinkamp Locks Gallery

Something is Wrong, 2006

oil on canvas

60 x 60 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Sad, 2006

oil on canvas

96 x 96 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery Engine

Engine, 2006

oil on canvas

84 x 84 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

No One is Home, 2006

oil on canvas

60 x 60 inches

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Jennifer Bartlett

Knots

2006

oil on canvas

108 x 108 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

The Jar, 2006

oil on canvas

84 x 84 inches

Jennifer Bartlett Locks Gallery

Permits, 2006

oil on canvas

72 x 72 inches

Press Release

August 9, 2006, Philadelphia, PA—An exhibition of 15 new paintings by Jennifer Bartlett will be on view at Locks Gallery from October 6 through November 11, 2006. A catalogue of the exhibition, which includes an essay by Donald Kuspit, will be available. Bartlett is known for her large installations of enameled steel plates that blend conceptualism with painterly form. Her monumental 987-plate piece Rhapsody (1975- 76) was on view earlier this summer at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The exhibition includes new large-scale paintings based on Bartlett’s earlier sketches of the coastal landscape. Text juxtaposes the imagery with short phrases of the artist's internal monologue, a droll commentary on the context and circumstance of her subjects. Art critic David Cohen remarks, "Ms. Bartlett's work remains coolly conceptual while edging towards observation, sensuality and personality." Several of Bartlett's new plate works are included in SITE Santa Fe's Sixth International Biennial: Still Points of the Turning World, curated by Klaus Ottmann, on view July 9, 2006 – January 7, 2006. A major survey of Bartlett’s early work, including Rhapsody, will be on view at the Addison Gallery of American Art September 12 through December 10, 2006. Bartlett’s works are in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA; The National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC; The Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, TX; among others. Jennifer Bartlett was born in 1941 in Long Beach, CA. She currently works and lives in NewYork, NY.