Jacqueline Humphries: jHΩ1:) (September 2021-January 2022) focused on her work from the past seven years, highlighting the importance of digital communications and online culture to Humphries’s evolving practice. Guest curated by Mark Godfrey, the exhibition featured dozens of paintings, including a new multipanel installation—her largest to date—created in response to the center’s iconic postmodernist architecture.
The exhibition catalog, Jacqueline Humphries: jHΩ1:), features essays by Godfrey, Courtney J. Martin, Jenny Nachtigall, and Johanna Burton. Designed by Studio Markus Weisbeck and copublished by Gregory R. Miller & Co. and the Wexner Center for the Arts, this extensively illustrated catalogue offers an up-close view of Humphries’s recent practice.
Hardcover, 277 pages.