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Jennifer Packer

Fire Next Time

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600,000 - 800,000 USD

Jennifer Packer

Jennifer Packer

Fire Next Time

Fire Next Time

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600,000 - 800,000 USD

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Jennifer Packer

b. 1984

Fire Next Time



oil on canvas, in two parts

70 ⅛ by 156 in.

178 by 396.2 cm.

Executed in 2012.


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珍妮花・帕克

生於1984年

《下一次將是烈火》


油彩畫布,共兩部分

70 ⅛ x 156 英寸;178 x 396.2 公分

2012年作

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Private Collection (acquired directly from the artist)
Acquired from the above by the present owner 
Juliana Halpert, "Jennifer Packer on her changing approaches to painting," Artforum, 8 December 2020, illustrated in color (online)
Adrian Searle, "Jennifer Packer review – paintings that creep up on you," The Guardian, 8 December 2020, illustrated in color (online)
Matthew Holman, "Jennifer Packer’s paintings pack a punch at the Serpentine," Apollo Magazine, 11 January 2021 (text) (online)
Daniel Felsenthal, "Packer’s (Almost) All Seeing Eye," The Village Voice, 1 December 2021, n.p. (text)
Nan Collymore, "Jennifer Packer: Confronting the Complex, the Ugly, and the Forbidden," Contemporary &, 23 November 2021 (text) (online)
Naomi Polonsky, "Jennifer Packer’s Lucid Tributes to Black Life," Hyperallergic, 19 May 2021, illustrated in color (online)
Claire Phillips, "Jennifer Packer: The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing," The Brooklyn Rail, February 2021, illustrated in color (online)
Emily LaBarge, "Jennifer Packer," 4Columns, 29 January 2021, illustrated in color (online)
Seph Rodney, "Jennifer Packer Shows Us the Responsibility of Seeing," Hyperallergic, 8 February 2022, illustrated in color (online)



London, Serpentine Gallery and New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Jennifer Packer: The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing, 2020-2022, pp. 36-37, illustrated in color, p. 82 (text), p. 87, illustrated in color (installed in 2021 exhibition at Serpentine Gallery)