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Abstract pattern painter and public works artist Valerie Jaudon was born in 1945 in Greenville, Mississippi and lives and works in New York City.  The artist has received numerous commissions for murals, tile designs, courtyards and fountains, including a wall mural for the Atlanta, Georgia City Hall; a ceiling mural in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania INA building; the Blue Pools Courtyard at the Birmingham Museum of Art, Mississippi; and New York City works including a paving plan for Police Plaza at the Civic Center; and metal fences for the Metropolitan Transit Authority.

Collectible works may be found in the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., and the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut.

Jaudon's education in art took place in 1963-1965 at the Mississippi University for Women, Columbus; 1965 at the Memphis Academy of Art, Tennessee; 1966-1967 at the University of the Americas, Mexico City; and 1968-1969 at St. Martin's School of Art, London, England.

She exhibited paintings in 1975 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City; 1976 at the Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York; 1977, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; 1979, the Galerie Bishofberger, Zurich, Switzerland; 1980, Galerie Hans Strelow, Dusseldorf, Germany; and 1983, Quadrat Museum, Bottrop, Germany. Twenty-year retrospective at Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, 1996.

Valerie Jaudon's awards include:

2002 Mississippi Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
1999 Distinguished Alumna, Mississippi University for Women, Columbus
1997 Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters
1996 Women's City Club of New York
1992 New York Foundation for the Arts grant
1988 National Endowment for the Arts grant
1987 Art Commission of the City of New York (for Police Plaza design)
1981 Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters
1980 New York State CAPS grant
1980 American Society of Landscape Architects
1980 Charles Ireland Memorial Sculpture Garden , Birmingham Museum

Source:
Jules and Nancy Heller, "North American Women Artists of the 20th Century"
http://www.artnet.com/ag/artistdetails.asp?aid=8944

Biography from Von Lintel Gallery:
VALERIE JAUDON was born in Greenville, Mississippi and lives and works in New York City

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2005    Von Lintel Gallery, New York (catalog)
2003    Von Lintel Gallery, New York
1999    Stadel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany
            Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson. (catalog)
1998    Betsy Senior Gallery, New York
1996    Sidney Janis Gallery, New York
            Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, Mississippi (catalog)
            Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida   
1994    The Barbara Scott Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida
1993    Sidney Janis Gallery, New York (catalog)
1990    Sidney Janis Gallery, New York (catalog)
1988    Sidney Janis Gallery, New York (catalog)
1986    Sidney Janis Gallery, New York (catalog)
1985    Sidney Janis Gallery, New York (catalog)
            Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
            McIntosh/Drysdale Gallery, Washington D.C.
1983    Sidney Janis Gallery, New York (catalog)
            Quadrat Museum, Bottrop, Germany (catalog)
            Amerika Haus, Berlin, Germany (catalog)
            Dart Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1981    Corcoran Gallery, Los Angeles, California
            Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
1980     Galerie Hans Strelow, Dusseldorf, Germany
1979    Galerie Bischofberger, Zurich, Switzerland
            Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
1978    Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
1977    Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
            Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia

MUSEUM AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut
Bard College, Marieluise Hessel Collection, Center For Curatorial Studies, Annandale-on-    Hudson, New York 
Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama
Dayton Art Institute, Ohio
Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Los Angeles
Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina
Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.
Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana
Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark
Ludwig Museum, Budapest
Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS.
Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig , Vienna, Austria
Museu de Arte Moderna, Berardo Collection, Lisbon, Portugal
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C.
Orlando Museum of Art, Florida
Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, Florida
Rutgers University, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Brunswick, New Jersey  
Sammlung_Ludwig Museum, Aachen, Germany
Stadel Museum, Frankfurt Germany
St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri
Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler Texas
Vassar College, The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Poughkeepsie, New York

BIBLIOGRAPHY, BOOKS, MAGAZINES and CATALOGUES

1975     Frank, Peter. “New York Reviews.”  Artnews. Summer.

1976     Perrone, Jeff. “ Approaching the Decorative.” ArtForum. December.

1977
Goldin, Amy. Patterning and Decoration, The Museum of the American Foundation of the    Arts, Miami, Florida (exhibition catalog).
Perreault, John.  “Pattern Painting.”  ArtForum. November.
Perrone, Jeff. “Review.”  ArtForum. September.
Webster, Sally. “Spatial Geometry.”  Arts Exchange. November/December.

1978    
Rickey, Carrie. “Pattern Painting.”  Arts Magazine. January.
Goldin, Amy.  “The Body Language of Pictures.”  ArtForum. March.
Olejarz, Harold.  “Valerie Jaudon.”  Arts. December.
Who’s Who in American Art (1978).(Ed. Jaques Cattell Press).     New York and London:     R.R. Bowker Company.

1979    
Rickey, Carrie.  “Review.”  ArtForum. January.
Bongard, Dr. William. “Pattern Painting.”  Archetekture & Wohnen. February.
Dobson, Rona.  “Brussels: Pattern Painting.”  International Herald Tribune. Feb.10.
Yau, John.  “Valerie Jaudon at Holly Solomon.”  Art in America. May.
Schipper, Merle.  “Black and White are Colors.” Arts Magazine, June.
Strickler, Madeline,and Dominik Keller.  “Atelierbesuche.”  Du,The Art Magazine. June.
Szeemann, Harald. “Decorative Art Today.” Du, The Art Magazine. June.
Szeemann, Harald.  “Zuruck undhin zur Wurde des Dekorativen.”Du, The Art Magazine. June.
Perreault, John.  “Pattern-eine Einfuhrung.”  Du, The Art Magazine. June.
Rickey, Carrie.  “Decoration, Ornament, Pattern, and Utility: Four Tendencies in Search     of a Movement.”  Flash Art. June/July.
Perrault, John.  “The New Decorativeness” Portfolio. June.
Boudaille, Georges. “Pattern Painting.”  Connaissance des Arts. September, #331.
Rubin, David S. Black and White are Colors, Paintings of the 1950's - 1970's.
    Lang Art Gallery, Claremont College. (exhibition catalog).
Perrault, John.  Patterning Painting, Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium. (exhibition     catalog).

1980    
Rickey,Carrie.  “Decor and Ornamentation an Introduction.” Dekor. Mannheimer    Kunstverein, Mannheim, Germany (exhibition catalog).
Carmean, E.A.  “American Abstraction and Decorative Painting: The Morton Neumann     Family Collection.” The National Gallery,Washington, D.C. (exhibition catalog).
Trini, Tommaso.  “Cronaca Dell Arte a New York.” Domus. January.
Rice, Nancy. “Pattern and Decoration.” The New Art Examiner, March.
Kupper, Anne.  “Die Neuen Wilden.”  Baukultur Kunst. April.
Godfrey, Tony. “Dekor: The Marriage of Squalor and Reason.” Art Monthly. London, April.
Goslig, Nigel. “Pop Goes Decoration.” The Observer. London, May 4.
Kunz, Martin. “The Development of Physical Action Into A Psychic Intensity of the Picture.” Flash Art. June.
Loercher, Diana.” When Is It Art? When Is It Crafts?” Christian Science Monitor.
Kingsley, April. “ Introduction, Islamic Allusions.” The Alternative Museum, New York,     (exhibition catalog).
Radice, Barbara. “Superfici, equipotenziale, piacevoli, dipinte.”  Moda. Milan, September.
Glueck, Grace. ” Women Artists.”  ArtNews. October.
Larson, Kay. “For the First Time Women Are Leading...,”  ArtNews. October.
Brody, Jaqueline.  “Prints.” Print Collectors Newsletter, July / August.
Albright, Thomas. “No Matter What It’s Called It’s Decorative.” Datebook. San Francisco,     October 21.
Bourdon, David.  “Art.” Vogue. November
Yee, Roger. ”A New Urban Center for Harrisburg.” Architectural Record. December.
Glueck, Grace. “Redefining the Whole Relationship Between Art and Society”
    ArtNews. October.
“One Hundred Selected Sites” Urban encounters: Art, Architecture, Audience.”  Institute     of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, p.50.

1981    
Morgan, Robert C. “Abstract Painting: The New Pictorialism.” New Directions (exhibition     catalog).
Alinovi, Francesca.  “Quel che piace a me, Dedicato Alloway Post-Moderno.” Flash Art,     Summer.
Mallison, Constance. “Valerie Jaudon at James Corcoran.” Images and Issues. Summer.
Hunter, Sam. “Aspects of Post-Modernism: Decorative and Narrative Art.” New     Directions, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, NY (exhibition catalog).
Meyer, Ruth. The Pattern Principle. Ohio University, Lancaster (exhibition catalog)..
Phillips, Deborah C. “Review.” ArtNews, November.
Gaugh, Harry. “Pattern Painting and New Image Art.” New Directions (catalog).

1982    
Cummings, Paul.  “Valerie Jaudon.” Dictionary of Contemporary American Artists: Fourth     Edition. New York: St. Martins Press.
Hunter, Sam. “Post-Modern Painting.” Portfolio. January/February: p. 46-53.
Brody, Jaqueline.  “Reviews.” Print Collector’s Newsletter. May.
Tompkins, Calvin. “The Art World.” The New Yorker. August 9: p. 85.
Phillips, Deborah C. “New Editions.” ArtNews. September.
Glenn, Constance W. “The Collectors: Stage for Contemporary Art.” Architectural Digest,     December.
Jensen, Robert and Patricia Conway.  “Ornamentalism: The New Decorativeness in     Architecture and Design.” Architecture and Design.
Oliva, Achille, Bonito. Trans Avant-Garde International.
Carboni, Massimo. “Valerie Jaudon.” Contemporary Artists: Second Edition (Ed. Naylor,     Colin) London: St. James Press.

1983    
Larson, Kay. “Freezing Expressionism.” New York Magazine. April 25.
Hunter, Sam. New Image/Pattern & Decoration from the Morton G. Neumann Family
Collection, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Michigan (exhibition catalog).
Hunter, Sam. Valerie Jaudon. Quadrat Museum, Bottrop, W.Germany and Amerika Haus,     Berlin, W.Germany (exhibition catalogs).
Armstrong, Richard. “Reviews.” Artforum. September.
Westfall, Stephen. “Review.” Arts Magazine. September: p38.
Perrault, John. “Allusive Depths: Valerie Jaudon.” Art in America. October.

1985
Gill, Susan. “Reviews, ArtNews. Septemer.
Westfall, Stephen. “Reviews.” Arts. December.
Sandback, Amy Baker. Looking Critcally: 21 Years of Art Forum Magazine.
Hertz, Richard. Theories of Contemporary Art.
Raynor, Vivien. “Two Shows.” The New York Times. November 10.
Hughes, Robert. “Art: Careerism and Hype Against the Image Haze.” Time. June.


1986    
Larson, Kay. “Review.” New York Magazine. December.
Robins, Corrine. The Pluralist Era.
Mason, H.H. “The Pluralistic Seventies: From the New Illusionism to Pattern, Decoration,     and New Image Art.” History of Modern Art.
Ratcliff, Carter. “Abstract Painting and the Idea of Modernity.” Abstract Painting
    Redefined. Fine Arts Center, Stonybrook, New York (exhibition catalog).

1987    
Diehl, Carol.  “Double or Nothing.” Art and Antiques. February.   
Sarje, Kimmo. “Abstraction and Reflection: Recent Geometric Painting.”  Generations of Geometry, Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New York, NY (exhibition catalog).

1988    
Tompkins, Calvin. Post to Neo - The Art World of the 80's.
Seggerman, Helen L. “Sidney Janis Gallery.” Tableau Fine Arts. New York, April.
Dixon, Jenny. “Public Domain.” American Craft Magazine. June/July.

1989    
Naylor, Colin, (Ed.). Contemporary Artists: Third Edition. London: St. James Press.
Currimbhoy, Nayana. “Offbeat and Upbeat.” Interiors. October.
Alexander, Max. “Art in the Underground.” Art in America. December.
Feuer, Wendy. “Public Art From a Public Sector Perspective.” Art in the Public Interest,     Raven, Arlene, ed.
Cobb, James. “The South’s South: The Enigma of Creativity in the Mississippi Delta.” The     Southern Review, Summer.
Manhattan Municipal Building, 1914-1989, 75th Anniversary, Department of General     Services, New York, NY (exhibition catalog).
Rosen, Randy. Women Artists Move Into the Mainstream 1970-1985.
Tompkins, Calvin. “Righting the Balance.” Making Their Mark: Women Artists Move Into
The Mainstream 1970-1985.
Stein, Judith & Ann and Sargent Wooster. Making Their Mark, Making Their Mark:             Women Artists Move  Into the Mainstream 1970-    1985.
Sansegundo, Sheridan. “At the Galleries.” East Hampton Star. December 14.
Ferrer, Mathilde. Groupes, Mouvements, Tendances de l’Art Contemporain Depuis 1945.     Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris.

1990    
Frank, Peter. “Rekonstruktivismus-Neomoderne Abstraktion in den Vereinigten Staaten.”             Kunstforum, January.
Morgan, Robert C. Concept-Decoratif, Anti-Formalist Art of the 70's, Nahan
Contemporary,  New York (exhibition catalog).
Frank, Peter. “Reconstructivist Painting, Neomodern Abstraction in the US.” Artspace,
April.
Malone, Maggie. “Public Art and Galleries.” New York Woman. May.
Kuspit, Donald. “Valerie Jaudon.”  Art Video News Service. April.
Chadwick, Whitney.  Women, Art and Society.
Kontova, Helena & Giancarlo Politi, ed. Flash Art: Two Decades of History XXI Years.
“Letter from America.” MIZUE. Japan, Summer
Mahoney, Robert. “Valerie Jaudon.” Flash Art. Summer.

1991     Antonelli, Paola. “Public Art E Manhattan.” Domus. January.
Faust, Gretchen. “New York in Review: Valerie Jaudon.” Arts Magazine. November.
Hoffman, Katherine. Explorations: The Visual Arts Since 1945, p.209-212.
Kaneda, Shirley. “Painting and Its Others: In the Realm of the Feminine.” Arts Magazine,     Summer.
Larson, Kay. “Art.” New York Magazine. December 2.
Wheeler, Daniel. Art Since Mid Century: 1945 to the Present.

1992    
Welish, Marjorie. “Abstraction, Advocacy of.” Tema Celeste. January-March.
Jaudon, Valerie. “Figuring Abstraction.” Tema Celeste. January-March.
Carrier, David. “Afterlight: Exhibiting Abstract Painting in the Era of Its Belatedness.” Arts     Magazine. March.
Paparoni, Demetrio. “Valerie Jaudon.” Tema Celeste. Summer.
Kaneda, Shirley. “Valerie Jaudon.” Bomb. Winter.
“The Question of Gender in Art, (42 Artists Respond:Does Gender Make a Difference in     Contemporary Art?” Tema Celeste, Autumn.
Murphy, Mary. “Consciousness in the Abstract, A New Look at Abstract Painting.” The     New Art Examiner, June, p16-20.

1993    
Welish, Marjorie. “Valerie Jaudon.” Tema Celeste. Winter.
Huntoon, Siri. “Valerie Jaudon.” ArtNews. May.
Johnson, Ken. “Valerie Jaudon.” Art in America. May.
Paparoni, Demetrio. “The Self-Regulation of the System: Valerie Jaudon.” Italy America     Abstraction Redefined, (exhibition catalog).

1994     .
Adams, Laurie Schneider. A History of Western Art.
Broude, Norma & Mary Garrard. The Power of Feminist Art.
Morris, Philip.  “Grand Opening.” Southern Accents. September-October.

1995    
Ostrow, Saul. “More Parts to the Whole: Abstract Painting After Modernism.” Artpress,     November.
Giuliri, Ariella. “Passaggio a Oriente.” A Tema Celeste. March.
Taylor, Brandon. “Painting and Politics: 1976-90.” Avant Garde and After, Rethinking Art     Now.
Melrod, George. “Post-Pop Pizzazz.” Art & Antiques. November.

1996   
Heller, Nancy & Jules Heller. North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century.   
Ostrow, Saul. “Valerie Jaudon: Representing Difference” Valerie Jaudon, Sidney Janis    
Gallery, New York, NY (exhibition catalog).
“Valerie Jaudon, Art.” The New Yorker, March 18.
Sack, Warren. “Painting Theory Machines.” Art and Design, June.
Sandler, Irving. Art of the Postmodern Era: From the Late 60's to the Early1990's.
Chave, Anna. “Disorderly Order: The Art of Valerie Jaudon.” Valerie Jaudon. Mississippi     Museum of Art, Jackson (exhibition catalog).
Barilleaux, Rene Paul, “Interview with Valerie Jaudon.” Valerie Jaudon. Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson (exhibition catalog).
Lovelace, Carey. “Mistakes into Masterpieces.” ArtNews. January: p119.
Robinson, Walter. “Complaining About Abstraction.” Artnet.com The Internet. Summer.
Upshaw, Reagan. “Valerie Jaudon at Sidney Janis.” Art in America. September:p109.
Schwabsky, Barry, Degrees of Symmetry Art in America, October: p. 92-97.
Stiles, Kristine & Peter Selz, Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art, p.154-164.

1997    
“Airport Art for D.C., Front Page.” Art in America. September, p. 29
Protzman, Ferdinand.  “Artwork ReflectsVibrancy, Diversity of a Nation.” The Washington     Post, July 16, p. F14.
Schmertz, Mildred.  Mitchel/Giurgola Architects, Master Architects Series II: p124.
Young, Stephen Flinn. “Contemporary Art Even in Mississippi?”, Independent Quarterly of the Visual Arts. Summer.   
Wei, Lilly. “Thirteen Frames for an Exhibition.” After the Fall: Abstract Art Since 1990,     (exhibition catalog).
Ostrow, Saul. “More Parts to the Whole: Revised and Reformed.” After the Fall: Abstract
Art Since 1990
, (exhibition catalog).
Morgan, Robert C. “The Symbolic Surface in Abstract Painting.” After the Fall: Abstract     Art Since 1990, (exhibition catalog).
Krinholtz, Linda. Annotated Bibliography of Feminist Aesthetics.
Linn, Charles. “Cesar Pelli’s New Passenger Terminal at National Airport in Washington,     D.C., Eases the Life of the World-Weary Traveler.”  Architectural Record.   October, p. 89-95. 
Miles, Malcolm. Art Space and the City: Public Art and Urban Fixtures. Routledge: London, New York.

1998     
Morgan, Robert.  The End of the Art World.
Cone, Michele C. “Can Painting be Saved?” Art Journal. New York, Spring 1998.
Arnason, H. H., Prather, Marla F., Wheeler, Daniel. History of Modern Art: Painting     Sculpture, Architecture, Photography. 4th Edition

1999    
Mattick, Paul. “On Some Drawings by Valerie Jaudon.”  Abstraction at Work, Drawings
by Valerie Jaudon, 1973-1999
.  Mississippi Museum of Art
Siegel, Jeanne. Painting After Pollock: Structures of Influence. Canada: G&B Arts     International.
Young, Stephen Flinn. “Understanding Valerie Jaudon’s Evolving Art.” Number 36,     Independent Quarterly of the Visual Arts. Memphis, Tennessee. Spring, The Southern Quarterly, University of S. Miss., Spring.
Schwabsky, Barry. “Hidden Harmonies, Together/Working.” The Art Museum, University     of New Hampshire, Durham.
Koplos, Janet. “The Age of Inter, A Weaving the World.” Contemporary Art of Linear     Construction, Yokohama Museum of Art.

2000    
Steven Vincent. “Whatever Happened To...?” Art News, November.
Morgan, Robert C. “Painting Abstraction.” Review Magazine. March.
Adams, Laurie S., A History of Western Art, third edition., Brown & Benchmark.
Nadelman, Cynthia. “Five.” (New York Reviews) Art News, November.
Hunter, Sam, Jacobus, John, Wheeler, Daniel. Modern Art: Painting, Sculpture,                 Architecture. 3rd Revised Edition, Prentice Hall and Harry N. Abrams, Inc.             Publishers
   
2001    
Falconer, Morgan.  “Exhibition: Warped: Painting and the Feminine.” ArtsReview,  London, March,  Vol. III, p. 65.
Clark, Robert. “ Warped, Nottingham.”  The Guardian, Feb.3-9.
Fletcher, Brendan. “Warped: Painting and the Feminine.” Contempory Visual Arts, Issue             34, May, June, p.74.
Gubb, Mark S. “Warped: Painting and the Feminine.” AN Magazine, April.
Robinson, Hilary, ed. Feminism-Art-Theory: An Anthology 1968-2000. Blackwell     Publishers, Oxford, England

2002    
Taylor, Simon.  Personal and Political: The Women’s Movement, 1969-1975. Guild Hall     Museum, East Hampton, New York. (exhibition catalog)
Barilleaux, Rene Paul.  “Valerie Jaudon’s Ace in the Hole.” Women in the Arts (National     Museum of Women in the Arts)  Holiday, 2002, p. 24-25.

2003          
Amy, Michael. Valerie Jaudon at Von Lintel, Art in America, July.
Lovelace, Carrie. “Art and Politics I: Feminism at 40.” Art in America, May.
Pagel, David. “Report from Santa Monica I.”  Art in America, November.

2004    
Miles, Christopher. “Tracking Patterns: Report from Santa Monica II.” Art in America,           February

2005   
Jaudon, Valerie.  “In Her Own Words.”  Women in the Arts, National Museum of Women in the Arts Magazine,  Washington D.C., Spring,  p. 6-7.      
Heiferman, Marvin ed.  City Art: New York’s Percent for Art Program.
Mac Adam, Alfred. “Valerie Jaudon, Von Lintel.” Artnews. October.
Wei, Lilly. “Valerie Jaudon at Von Lintel.” Art in America. October.



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