Apr 28, 2019 to Aug 25, 2019
Having displayed his work in galleries, including LACMA and Paris’ Musée de l’Orangerie (which holds Claude Monet’s Water Lilies), Sacramento-born, Los Angeles-based artist Richard Jackson returns to his hometown for an exhibit at the Crocker, which hosted his first-ever solo show in 1961. Known for creating vibrant, playful and provocative Abstract Expressionist works, the painter and sculptor will present large-scale “machines” like Pump Pee Doo, which features six bear statues urinating paint, and his 2011 installation Little Girl’s Room, which includes a spinning, paint-spraying pink unicorn.
Crocker Art Museum
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