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FRESCOS presents the work of 50 Puerto Rican artists under 35 years of age, selected by 10 internationally-recognized curators. These artists are members of a cosmopolitan generation who studied or work all around the world—in Europe and Asia as well as the Americas. Eight essays provide a context for their production.
The Studio Museum In Harlem's first publication to document and reproduce, in full color, highlights from the Museum’s permanent collection. An ambitious project distinguished by the unique variety of esteemed contributors, Re:Collection pairs reproductions of work by 81 of the most recognized and innovative artists in the Museum’s collection with wide-ranging contributions by 73 different artists, scholars, writers, historians, and museum staff.
Exhibition catalog for the "Desire" exhibition at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, TX 2010. "Desire" was an exhibition which explored the complex landscape of human desire and it expression in contemporary art.
This publication celebrates the Lower East Side Printshop's 40 year milestone. Accompanied by an exhibition at the International Print Center New York
Exhibition Catalog for survey exhibition of contemporary art from the Hispanic diaspora at El Museo del Barrio, NYC 2007
Exhibition catalog for the Frequency exhibition at the Studio Museum curated by Thelma Golden and Christine Kim. The exhibition surveyed the current landscape of contemporary African American artists.
Exhibition Catalog for the Greater NY 2005 exhibition at PS1 MOMA. This catalog and exhibition are a survey of the landscape of contemporary art practice and artists from the greater NYC area.
Exhibition Catalog for exhibition survey of Brooklyn based artists at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, NYC 2004.
Exhibition Catalog for William Villalongo’s Solo Exhibition Keep on Pushing at Susan Inglett Gallery. The work featured in the catalog suggests a re-imagining of the black male figure at a time when current events and statistics reflect a social reality of limited expectations, contingency, and disproportionate fear. The exhibition catalog includes an interview between William Villalongo and the artist Torkwase Dyson.
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