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Jeanne Jaffe


2001, Monoprint framed, 20 x 23 in

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Jeanne Jaffe is a multidisciplinary artist known for her installations involving sculpture, stop motion animation, video, and drawings. Jaffe is Professor Emeritus of Interdisciplinary Fine Arts at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and has been a visiting artist at Xian Academy of Fine Arts in China for the last five years.

Jaffe is the recipient of fellowship grants for Outstanding Artistic Development from the Gottlieb Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Mid Atlantic/NEA. the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Independence Foundation, the Leeway Foundation, Mino Artist Residency in Japan, the Virginia A. Groot Foundation.  Works by Jaffe have been exhibited both nationally and internationally at such places as Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art Museum, Delaware Art Museum, Hillwood Art Museum, Mino Washi Museum in Japan, Michener Art Museum, The Royal Scottish Academy of Edinburgh, Scotland, the Seokdang Museum of Art in Korea, the Mino Washi Ikari Museum in Mino Japan. Since her move to south Florida, she has shown at iS Projects, Fat Village, Hollywood Art and Culture Center, the Arts Warehouse, the Camp Gallery, and Collective 62. Jeanne Jaffe is scheduled for an exhibition of new work at the Coral Springs Museum in 2021 as well as at IPC Art Space in Little Haiti which opens Sept. 10, 2021.

Her work has been reviewed extensively, including in Art in America, The New York Times, and Sculpture Magazine.

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