By Laura Splan
Paperback, 24 pages, full color
Catalog for Laura Splan’s solo exhibition at The International Museum of Surgical Science (Chicago, IL). “Sympathetic Coordination” (May 4 – July 20, 2007) is part of the “Anatomy in the Gallery” exhibition series. This 24-page catalog includes full color images of digital photographs and works on paper on view in the exhibition.
Swell, 10 Years Later
By Megan Wilson
Paperback, 53 pages, full color
In 1996, Meridian Gallery presented the exhibition Swell: new work by Amy Berk, Carolyn Castaño and Megan Wilson, a humorous and glamorously serious take on femininity, its illusions, and its power in the 1990′s. Over the past ten years these three artists have continued to be close friends and periodic collaborators. Each has expanded and developed her personal relationship with and aesthetic vocabulary of the femme and beyond. In Swell, 10 Years Later, Berk, Castaño, and Wilson present their current work, a reflection of their personal and artistic evolution throughout the last decade.
As the Butterfly Said to Chuang Tzu
By Michael Zheng
Paperback, 40 pages
This is the exhibition catalogue for the solo show of Michael Zheng of the same title at the Mission 17 gallery in San Francisco, 2006. The show set out to let viewers question the nature of perception in light of phenomenological, cultural and political conditioning. It deliberately blurs the boundary between the art object and its context, questioning where the frame stops and where the art starts. This catalogue includes an essay by Clark Buckner on art after Conceptualism, as well as the three reviews of this show in Sculpture Magazine, Artweek and the Shotgun Review by Terri Cohn, Colin Berry and Scott Oliver respectively.
Michael Zheng: Selected Works (2001 – 2006)
By Michael Zheng
Paperback, 100 pages, full color
A catalog of art works by Michael Zheng for the period 2001 – 2006, with essays by Terri Cohn and Clark Buckner. Full-colored illustration and plates with English/Chinese texts.
SUMI MURAL BOOK
By SUMI INK CLUB
Paperback, black and white, 38 pages
“SUMI MURAL BOOK” gathers together details of a mural completed by over 50 participants. Conducted as a research group on The Future of Transportation in Los Angeles the mural includes many, weird, wild, utopian visions of how humans will get around LA in the near and distant future. The work is made by many hands, and as such is characterized by Sumi Ink Club’s classic, frenzied, all over style. Sumi Ink Club is a los angeles-based drawing collective founded in 2005 by sarah anderson and luke fischbeck. the group holds regular open meetings to execute topsy-turvy, detailed, collaborative drawings using ink on paper. in each of its permutations, sumi ink club uses group drawings as a means to open and fortify social interactions that bleed into everyday life. sumi ink club is non-hierarchical: all ages, all humans, all styles.
SUMI AROUND THE WORLD
By SUMI INK CLUB
Paperback, 50 pages
sumi ink club is a los angeles-based drawing collective founded in 2005 by sarah anderson and luke fischbeck. the group holds regular open meetings to execute topsy-turvy, detailed, collaborative drawings using ink on paper. in each of its permutations, sumi ink club uses group drawings as a means to open and fortify social interactions that bleed into everyday life. sumi ink club is non-hierarchical: all ages, all humans, all styles. on sunday march 23rd 2008 simultaneous collaborative drawing sessions were conducted in new york (little cakes), los angeles (sitela), india (bahal, BRCM school), providence (lexifur’s lair & pickle alley), paris (shobo shobo), and san francisco (triplebase gallery).