Published by Dancing Foxes Press/Portland Institute of Contemporary Art. Edited by Alhena Katsof, Karen Kelly, Barbara Schroeder. Text by Thomas J. Lax, André Lepecki, Soyoung Yoon, Andrianna Campbell, Alhena Katsof.
The most substantive monograph yet published on the work of German-born, New York–based multimedia artist Andrea Geyer (born 1971), Dance in a Future with All Present focuses on her recent explorations of the marginalized yet pivotal role that women have played in the formulation of American modernism, tracing and honoring the ephemeral acts, initiatives and stories that shaped it. Featuring full-color images of Geyer’s artworks and research materials, including documents, found photographs and previously unpublished photographs by the artist, Dance in a Future with All Present offers insight into Geyer’s art and the multiple histories of modernism. Contributors to this volume include Thomas J. Lax, André Lepecki, Soyoung Yoon, Andrianna Campbell, Alhena Katsof, Matthew Jeffrey, Juli Carson, Lynne Cooke, Barbara Clausen, Dean Daderko, Saisha Grayson, Sharon Hayes, Megan Heuer, Danielle Jackson, Kristan Kennedy, Ralph Lemon, Renate Lorenz, Josiah McElheny, Fred Moten, Kristin Poor, Yvonne Rainer, Gabriela Rangel and Jeannine Tang.
BOOK FORMAT Paperback, 8 x 10 in. / 140 pgs / 80 color / 10 bw.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 10/22/2019 Forthcoming
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: FALL 2019 p. 144
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9780998632681TRADE List Price: $29.95 CDN $39.95 GBP £27.00
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STATUS: Forthcoming | 10/22/2019
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Published by Walther König, Köln. Introduction by Janet Catherine Berlo.
This amply footnoted collection of black-and-white photographs and texts by the German artist Andrea Geyer investigates and deconstructs the histories of several Native American tribes. Essayist Janet Catherine Berlo writes, "The pleasure of this work resembles the pleasure of travel through an unfamiliar landscape: sometimes arduous, and often filled with surprise and ephiphany."