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In recent years the work and life of Jacqueline de Jong has been a frequent subject of interest. Since the acquisition of her archive by Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library in 2012, De Jong’s work has been shown in prestigious museums and galleries in the Netherlands and abroad. A selection of recent articles, interviews, and critiques published over the past few years is available to browse through here.

The Life and Times of Jacqueline de Jong

“From the banal to the brutal to the beautiful, the work of the Dutch artist is a reminder to never stop being disobedient.” Article about Jacqueline de Jong in Frieze.
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Hijacking the Hijacked: Pain, Violence + Resistance in the Age of Real Subsumption

A review of the exhibition Imaginary Disobedience at Château Shatto, Los Angeles, by Kyle Thomas Hinton for AQNB.
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Filmed on site at Art Basel in Basel 2016. Jacqueline de Jong, Artist, COBRA Legacy, The Netherlands; Alison M. Gingeras, Independent Curator and Writer, New York; Katja Weitering, Artistic Director, COBRA Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen; Bonnie Clearwater, Art Director and Chief Curator, NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Date: Saturday, June 18, 2016, 4pm to 5pm.

Undercover Agent

Painter, publisher, revolutionary and provocateur – Dutch artist Jacqueline de Jong has done it all. A profile by Adrian Dannatt in The Guardian.
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Situating Jacqueline de Jong

A review of the exhibition Imaginary Disobedience at Château Shatto, Los Angeles, by Daniel Spaulding.
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Jacqueline de Jong

A review of the exhibition Imaginary Disobedience at Château Shatto, Los Angeles, by Ciara Moloney for Art in America Magazine.
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Imagination à rebours

Interview with Jacqueline de Jong by Margriet Schavemaker accompanying the exhibition Imagination à Rebours at Dürst Britt & Mayhew, The Hague.
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The exhibition Jacqueline de Jong – Pinball Wizard is supported by the Mondriaan Fund, which contributed to the artist’s wage through the Experimental Regulations.