Everett Gee Jackson (1900–1995) “Modernism Without Apologies”
October 13th - November 19th 2016
The paintings of Texas-born Everett Gee Jackson served as the first major conduit for the introduction of Mexican modernism into American art. Influenced by the work of Los tres grandes, Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, and David Siqueiros, Jackson's work was described as "sturdy modernism" by critics of the time. This exhibition features 18 paintings from Jackson's native East Texas, Mexico, and adopted home in San Diego.
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