About the artist:
Jane Logemann is an American artist based in New York City. A member of the American Abstract Artists (AAA), Logemann has focused throughout her career on an abstract aesthetic that engages with symmetry in nature, repeating language systems, and spirituality. Her works are held in the Museum of Modern Art, the Walker Art Center, and the Jewish Museum, among others. Following her graduation from high school, Logemann continued her studies at the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, WI. She later received her B.A. in Art from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, which she attended from 1959 to 1961. Solo Exhibitions: 1972: Courtney Sale Gallery, Dallas, TX 1975: Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY 1984: American Landscape,The Sarah Doyle House, Brown University, Providence, RI 1988: Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI 1989: Sandra Gering Gallery, NYC. 1995: Letters/Words: Jane Logemann, HUC Jewish Institute of Religion, NYC 1996: Jane Logemann: Kaddish and New Work, Philadelphia Museum of Judaism, Rodelph Shalom, Philadelphia, PA New Work, Conde Gallery, NYC 1999: Kaddish & Recent Work, UJA Federation, NYC 2000: Kaddish and Alphabets, Curator: Isabel Wasserman, Gotthelf Gallery, JCC Jacobs Family Campus, LaJolla, CA 2001: Kaddish, Congregation Beth Shalon Rodfe Zedek, Chester, CT 2003: Abstraction & Language: A Dialogue, La Maison Francaise, The French Embassy, Washington D.C.