Near Examine is a series made by Alicia DeSantis, Nick Donofrio, Gabriel Gianordoli, Tala Safie and Josephine Sedgwick.
Photographs: Jasper Johns/VAGA at Artists Rights Culture (ARS), New York: “In Memory of My Thoughts — Frank O’Hara” (1961)/Museum of Contemporary Artwork, Chicago “Disappearance II” (1961)/Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Style and design “Water Freezes” (1961)/Wildenstein Plattner Institute “Screen Piece” (1967)/Wildenstein Plattner Institute “Jubilee” (1959) “Fountain Pen” (1961) “Figure 3” (1960) “Flag” (1954-55, dated on reverse 1954)/Museum of Contemporary Artwork “White Flag” (1955)/Metropolitan Museum of Artwork “No” (1961)/Matthew Marks Gallery “Liar” (1961)/Art Institute of Chicago “Good Time Charley” (1961)/Art Institute of Chicago Tailpiece (folio 53 verso) from “In Memory of My Inner thoughts,” (1967) by Frank O’Hara/Museum of Modern day Artwork “Voice” (1964/1967)/Menil Assortment “Tantric Detail III” (1981)/Museum of Modern-day Art “Fall” (1986) “Untitled” (2017) Installation perspective of “Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror” at the Whitney Museum of American Art/Charlie Rubin for The New York Times (2) Installation check out of “Jasper Johns: Intellect/Mirror” at the Whitney Museum of American Art/Ron Amstutz. Paul Cézanne, “Mont Sainte-Victoire” (1902–1904)/Philadelphia Museum of Artwork Barnett Newman, “Onement I” (1948)/Barnett Newman Basis and Artists Legal rights Modern society (ARS), New York, through Museum of Present day Art Mark Rothko, “No. 5/No. 22” (1950, dated on reverse 1949)/Kate Rothko Prizel, Christopher Rothko and Artists Legal rights Culture (ARS), New York, by means of Museum of Contemporary Artwork Willem de Kooning, “Woman I” (1950–52)/Willem de Kooning Foundation and Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, by way of Museum of Modern Art Jackson Pollock, “One: Range 31” (1950)/Pollock-Krasner Foundation and Artists Legal rights Culture (ARS), New York, through Museum of Modern Artwork Johns in his Pearl Road Studio, New York, 1955/George Moffett Jasper Johns/Peter Stackpole and The Everyday living Image Selection, by using Shutterstock Robert Rauschenberg, “Untitled [Jasper with flag painting, Pearl Street studio]” (circa 1955)/Robert Rauschenberg Basis and VAGA at Artists Legal rights Modern society (ARS), New York Robert Rauschenberg, “Short Circuit (Combine Portray)” (1955)/Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and VAGA at Artists Rights Culture (ARS), New York, through Artwork Institute of Chicago Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns in Johns’s Pearl Road studio, circa 1954/Rachel Rosenthal Believe in (2) Set up see Castelli Gallery “Group Show” (1961-1962)/Rudy Burckhardt, through Castelli Gallery trans-illuminated X-ray photograph/Fred Orton’s “Figuring Jasper Johns” Larry Rivers, “Double Portrait of Frank O’Hara” (1955)/Estate of Larry Rivers and VAGA at Artists Legal rights Modern society (ARS), New York, via Museum of Fashionable Artwork Willem de Kooning, Plate (folio 59 verso) from “In Memory of My Feelings” (1967) by Frank O’Hara/Willem de Kooning Foundation and Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, by means of Museum of Present day Art.
Poems: “In Memory of My Feelings” and “Ode to Willem de Kooning” from “THE Collected POEMS OF FRANK O’HARA” by Frank O’Hara, copyright 1971 by Maureen Granville-Smith, Administratrix of the Estate of Frank O’Hara, copyright renewed 1999 by Maureen O’Hara Granville-Smith and Donald Allen. Used by authorization of Alfred A. Knopf, an imprint of the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random Dwelling LLC. All rights reserved.