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Catherine Opie: 1999/In and Around Home

THE ALDRICH CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM/ORANGE COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART
Essays by A.M. Homes and Jessica Hough. Foreword by Harry Philbrick and Dennis Szakacs. Introduction by Elizabeth Armstrong.

Clothbound, 11.75 x 11.75 in. / 128 pgs / 72 color. | 8/15/2006 | In stock
ISBN 9781888332285 | $45.00


Family

THE ALDRICH MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Foreword by Harry Philbrick. Essay by Jessica Hough.

Hardcover, 6.5 x 9 in. / 96 pgs / 35 color. | 6/2/2002 | In stock
ISBN 9781888332193 | $19.95


Glee

THE ALDRICH MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Essays by Amy Cappellazzo, Jessica Hough, Foreword by Harry Philbrick.

Hardcover, 5 x 6.5 in. / 84 pgs / 20 color. | 12/2/2000 | Awaiting stock
ISBN 9781888332148 | $19.95


  

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Karkhana: A Contemporary Collaboration

THE ALDRICH CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM/GREEN CARDAMOM
Edited by Hammad Nasar. Essays by Qamar Adamjee, Salima Hashima, Jessica Hough, Sandhya S. Jain, John Seyller and Virginia Whiles.

Hardcover, 10 x 11 in. / 112 pgs / 145 color. | 8/15/2005 | Not available
ISBN 9781888332261 | $35.00


Catherine Opie: 1999/In and Around HomeCatherine Opie: 1999/In and Around Home

Published by The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum/Orange County Museum of Art.
Essays by A.M. Homes and Jessica Hough. Foreword by Harry Philbrick and Dennis Szakacs. Introduction by Elizabeth Armstrong.

In this monograph, Catherine Opie juxtaposes a new series of intimate and political photographs, In and Around Home, with images from her pre-millennial road trip, 1999. Both of these contrasting takes on iconic American subjects, through the landscape and snapshot forms, are political in nature, representing as they do the perspective of a gay artist, mother and activist at an important moment in her career. Both are deeply personal, and give the viewer a unique opportunity to see both the private and public worlds of the artist through her own eyes. 1999 / In and Around Home includes reproductions of every photograph in each series, 72 images in all, each on its own page. The idea to pair the two bodies of work is the artist's: It was important to her that they be considered together. She also invited A.M. Homes (Safety of Objects, Music for Torching)--an author she has long admired--to write something in response to the work. Homes's original, previously unpublished short story Let the Dog Drive is included here.

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Karkhana: A Contemporary CollaborationKarkhana: A Contemporary Collaboration

Published by The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum/Green Cardamom.
Edited by Hammad Nasar. Essays by Qamar Adamjee, Salima Hashima, Jessica Hough, Sandhya S. Jain, John Seyller and Virginia Whiles.

Karkhanas were first established in the fourteenth century as art and artisan collectives to produce textiles, weaponry and other objects for South Asian sultanates, particularly of the Mughal empire. This current project, initiated and organized by Pakistani painter Muhammad Imran Qureshi, was inspired by the cooperative nature of miniature painting in those courts. The collaboration began in 2003, when Qureshi, along with five other Pakistani painters Aisha Khalid, Hasnat Mahmood, Nusra Latif Qureshi, Talha Rathore and Saira Wasim began work on 12 paintings. Each artist initiated two pieces on wasli (rag paper), and then sent the paintings by courier in succession to the other five artists in the group, each of whom applied a layer of imagery, marks, or other processes. The series of 12 miniatures that resulted represent a remarkable experiment in avant-garde collaboration. Solo works by the six artists provide comparisons between individual and collective efforts.

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Hardcover, 10 x 11 in. / 112 pgs / 145 color.

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FamilyFamily

Published by The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art.
Foreword by Harry Philbrick. Essay by Jessica Hough.

How have artists reacted to and documented the changing role of the family? Family explores these questions and others in an effort to understand how humanity's oldest social structure has evolved and adapted to life in the twenty-first century. Inquiring beyond the rhetoric of ‘family values’ and the supposed breakdown of same, this volume includes related work by 38 artists--from Sanford Biggers, Richard Billingham, Louise Bourgeois and Sophie Calle, to Nicole Eisenman, Margi Geerlinks, Nan Goldin and Adrian Piper--and poems by ten contemporary poets including Robert Hass, Louise Glück and Cal Bedient. In place of the traditional essays found in art catalogues, each artist has submitted a brief essay or statement on the concept of family and its relevance to their lives and work.

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THE ALDRICH MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

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Hardcover, 6.5 x 9 in. / 96 pgs / 35 color.

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GleeGlee

Painting Now

Published by The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art.
Essays by Amy Cappellazzo, Jessica Hough, Foreword by Harry Philbrick.

Glee is a uniquely designed volume dedicated to new developments in the world of contemporary painting--developments that engage advances in digital technology instead of fleeing from them. Including such already-renowned and up-and-coming painters as Peter Halley, Franz Ackerman, Ricci Albenda, Pedro Barbieto, Linda Besemer, Alex Blau, Greg Bogin, Alex Brown, Ingrid Calame, Sharon Ellis, Jeff Elrod, Carl Fudge, Wayne Gonzales, Jim Isermann, Sarah Morris, Stephen Mueller, Albert Oehlen, Monique Prieto, John F. Simon Jr. and Yek, Glee documents how these artists are innovating via the influence of styles as diverse as Op Art, Pattern & Decoration, early computer graphics and late 1960s psychedelia. The catalogue was designed by the rising young firm COMA, and features a gatefold that divides the book into two halves: the first dedicated to the artworks themselves, and the second devoted to essays and artist biographies.

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THE ALDRICH MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

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Hardcover, 5 x 6.5 in. / 84 pgs / 20 color.

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PUB DATE 12/2/2000
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