2007
The Ballet Western Reserve presents two evenings of dance choreographed to selected works by the artist in the collection of the Butler Institute of American Art, Ohio.  March 2 and 3, 2007 at the Butler Institute of American Art in Ohio.

2006
Feu Sacré.  Macha Méril and Jean-Marc Luisada.  A theatre performance by Macha Méril with the artist's painting, Phenomena Strike the Tiger, as the décor, texts by George Sand and music by Chopin interpreted by Jean-Marc Luisada. Théâtre Mogador, Paris.

2004

Interview, NHK documentary film of Yasuo Kuniyoshi.
Interview, Biography channel documentary of Jackson Pollock.

2002
Feu Sacré.  Macha Méril and Jean-Marc Luisada.  A theatre performance by Macha Méril with the artist's painting, Phenomena Strike the Tiger, as the décor, texts by George Sand and music by Chopin interpreted by Jean-Marc Luisada, is performed in Bordeaux.

1998
A Soldier’s Daughter Never Cries. Merchant Ivory includes a selection of the artist's works on canvas from the 50s and 60s in their film from the novel by Kaylie Jones, based on her years in Paris with her parents, the writer James Jones and his wife, Gloria.

1991
Ivanov. An adaptation by Tadashi Suzuki of the Chekhov play, performed in Mito, where Suzuki implements the silks painted by the artist in China and in Paris as elements of the stage set and for Anna's costume.

1988
Commissioned to create and paint a silk décor for a performance at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, for "The Return of Marco Polo," organized by the International Committee for the Safeguard of Venice and the Great Wall. In Beijing, paints six banners 54 x 15 feet, a backdrop of 60 x 75 feet and a series of banners 30 x 3 feet for the Great Wall.

1987
Shaman to the Prism Seen. A dance drama conceived and written by the artist, is performed for five evenings at the Paris Opera in May; directed by Simone Benmussa, with music by Henri Dutilleux. The artist paints two original canvases 30 x 40 feet for the backdrops and five canvases as sentinel elements of the stage set; creates and paints the original costumes. Creates a series of watercolors in relation to Shaman to the Prism Seen

1982
Tempest. Full-length feature film directed by Paul Mazursky. Filmed with the artist's collages.

Creates insignia for the Madeleine Renaud and Jean-Louis Barrault Maison Internationale du Théâtre at the Théâtre du Rond-Point, Paris.

Invited by Alan Schneider, participates in the Theatre Communications Group
Fourth Biennial National Conference at Rutgers University.

1981
Hommage à Jean-Louis Barrault.
Collages by the artist inaugurate Jean-Louis Barrault and Madeleine Renaud's La Maison Internationale du Théâtre at the Théâtre du Rond-Point, Paris.

1978-1984
The Shining House.  In 1978, inspired by the ancient Hawaiian legend of the volcano goddess, Pele, Jean Erdman projects Jenkins' paintings in the performance of The Shining House at Jean Erdman and Joseph Campbell's experimental Theatre of the Open Eye in New York. Conceived, choreographed and directed by Jean Erdman, The Shining House brought together dance, theatre and music.  In 1979 Christopher Millis was commissioned to write the libretto and this version was initiated in 1980 at the Theatre of the Open Eye, where it continued to be performed until 1984.

1978
An Unmarried Woman.
Full-length feature film with Alan Bates and Jill Clayburgh, directed by Paul Mazursky. Filmed in the artist's loft with the loan of several paintings by the artist.

1967
Strike the Puma. A full-length play by the artist [published Editions Gonthier, Paris 1966] is presented off-Broadway, directed by Vasek Simek.

1966
The Ivory Knife:  Paul Jenkins at work. A documentary short film of the artist is shown at The Museum of Modern Art in New York; and in Venice, receives the Golden Eagle Award. Music composed by Irwin Bazelon. ©Estate of Paul Jenkins.


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