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The art of Gillian Jagger

by Gillian Jagger

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Published by Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jagger, Gillian, -- 1930- -- Themes, motives -- Exhibitions,
  • Jagger, Gillian, -- 1930- -- Exhibitions

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith essay by Michael Brenson
    GenreExhibitions
    ContributionsBrenson, Michael, Elvehjem Museum of Art
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN6537.J3237 A4 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination72 p. :
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17136787M
    ISBN 100932900976
    LC Control Number2003009026

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    Gillian Jagger was born in England in and lived there until the outbreak of war in Her father, the sculptor Charles Sargeant Jagger, died in She has lived and worked on a farm miles north of New York City since An undated photo provided by Russell Panczenko of sculptor Gillian Jagger, an artist guided by a deep-seated connection to nature and best known for imposing sculptures and installations that often incorporated tree trunks and animal carcasses. Jagger died on Oct. 21, , in Ellenville, in upstate New York. She was

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Gillian Jagger (October 27 – Octo ) was a British multimedia sculptor and installation artist, based in the Hudson Valley of the United States. She is known for her plaster castings of manhole covers on the streets of New York City in the s, during which time she was The art of Gillian Jagger book being identified as a Pop artist.” In her work Jagger “[appropriates] materials from.

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Gillian Jagger’s art practice has been a half decade long search to find what really is common to us all in nature. During the ’s, her sculptures relied on observation and fact collection by casting everything she could in plaster, including parts of roads, tracks, footprints, manholes, and finally water by adding cement to the downhill pour.

The British sculptor Gillian Jagger (b. ) emphasizes the personal, expressive, sometimes psychological aspects of art rather than its function as a mode of theoretical discourse.

In recent years she has become best known for large-scale sculptures incorporating sections of. Distributed for theChasen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin Madison "Gillian Jagger’s complex and moving sculptures are documented in the Elvehjem’s (now Chazen's) catalogue of the first museum-organized exhibition of her : Jagger, Gillian.

Gillian Jagger has recreated nature's themes of death and time in her sculptures since the s. Working in an old dairy barn in Ulster County, New York, she uses found items from farm fields and rural woods to form patterns, textures, and visual rhythms.

Gillian Gwendolyn Jagger was born on Oct. 27,in London to Evelyn Isabel Wade, the daughter of the sculptor Lillian Maud Wade, and Charles Sargeant Jagger, a.

Sculptor Gillian Jagger, known for her incorporation of natural materials like animal carcasses and fallen trees into formidable installations, died at eighty-eight years old on October Her death was confirmed by her wife, Connie was born in London in to sculptor Charles Sargeant Jagger, with whom she shared a love of animals, and Evelyn Isabel Wade.

Charles died. The British artist Gillian Jagger (b. ) has long lived and worked in the Hudson Valley, where she keeps a studio in the cavernous spaces of a former dairy barn.

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Installation view, "The Art of Gillian Jagger," organized by Russel Panczenko, Elvehjem Museum of Art, Madison, Gillian Jagger, "Rift,"Calf stanchions, animal bones, farm implements, barbed wire, x x inches, x x cm.

Gillian Jagger, “Aon” (), wood, steel chains, x 72 x 30 inches (image courtesy of the Estate of Gillian Jagger and David Lewis, New York) Perhaps I should say our plant and animal. Gillian Jagger&#;s complex and moving sculptures are documented in the Elvehjem&#;s (now Chazen's) catalogue of the first museum-organized exhibition of her work.

Installation pieces and works on paper are featured, including Jagger&#;s Matrice&#;a deer carcass found on the Pages: Gillian Gwendolyn Jagger was born on Oct. 27,in London to Evelyn Isabel Wade, the daughter of the sculptor Lillian Maud Wade, and Charles Sargeant Jagger, a British realist sculptor known for his war memorials.

She was close to her father, who cared for animals and introduced her to drawing and sculpture at a young age, but he died when she was 4.

Ken Johnson reviews installation and text by Gillian Jagger, and small bronze maquettes by her father, British sculptor Charles Sargeant Jagger, who died in. Gillian Jagger has recreated nature’s themes of death and time in her sculptures since the s. Working in an old dairy barn in Ulster County, New York, she uses found items from farm fields and rural woods, as well as animal carcasses, stone cast cement, and other materials to form patterns, textures, and visual : Chazen Museum of Art.

That we’re living in a new geological epoch (the Anthropocene, or age of man) isn’t news to year-old, British-born artist Gillian Jagger. In the late s. “A vivid memory of Gillian Jagger was helping her and some robust students move heavy flat rocks (from Ireland, I think) onto the floor of one of the graduate galleries.

Impractical, arduous, and weirdly beautiful. All of Gillian's work was like that—as close to nature as art can get,” recalled Fine Arts Professor Frank Lind. Gillian Jaeger.

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They travel the world together, using their voices to help children. Can-do, the older brother, is a world-class songster with a powerful voice. Gillian Jagger has recreated nature's themes of death and time in her sculptures since the s. Working in an old dairy barn in Ulster County, New York, she uses found items from farm fields and rural woods to form patterns, textures, and visual rhythms.

Distributed for the Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin–Madison. Biography Gillian Gwendolyn Jagger "Gillian Jagger, Sculptor Whose Medium Was Nature, Dies at 88," Online obituary of The New York Times, by Jillian Steinhauer, November 8, Her sculptures, which often incorporated tree trunks and animal carcasses, emphasized commonality and connection between humans, animals and the earth.Art World: Italia, “New York Artist Gillian Jagger” Review.

Art News, Sidney Tillim, Photo Review. Art Digest, Photo Review. Pictures On Exhibit, Apr, Gordon Brown, Review.

The New York Times, Stuart Preston, Review. Art News, September Issue, John Perreault Review.Gillian Jagger was born in London in Her father, the sculptor Charles Sergeant Jagger (–), who had studied at the Royal College of Art, won the Prix de Rome and, later, a hero’s medal for his service in World War I.

After the war, he created memorials, in which he depicted soldiers heroically, in a realist style.