It's Nov. 9, 1965, and Jay DeFeo is smoking a cigarette as she sits on the ledge of her San Francisco apartment. Her feet dangle over the side, two stories above Fillmore Street, and she's puffing her smoke high into the air. DeFeo looks forlorn and nervous, like she hasn't slept in days, and you can't blame her: She is being evicted from her residence, and a team of movers has just removed the art piece she's been working on for seven years — a near-2,000-pound behemoth of volcanic paint that she... More >>>