Out of Easy Reach
July 3, 2018
This 67-page paperback catalog features images and writings for each of the 24 artists included in the 2018 joint exhibition held at DePaul Art Museum, Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the Rebuild Foundation. It features essays by guest curator Allison M. Glenn and Cameron Shaw. Additional contributors include Rachel Adams, Chloë Bass, Rashayla Marie Brown, Torkwase Dyson, Alexandria Eregbu, Faye Gleisser, Mia Lopez, Kimia Maleki, Erin Nixon, Julie Rodrigues Widholm, Lorelei Stewart, Emily Wilkerson, Jennifer M. Williams, and Allison Young.
Barbara Jones-Hogu: Resist, Relate, Unite
The “Barbara Jones-Hogu: Resist, Relate, Unite” catalog is the first monograph of Barbara Jones-Hogu’s work. The book includes a foreword by DPAM Director and Chief Curator Julie Rodrigues Widholm, essays by Tate Modern curator Zoé Whitley and Chicago artist Faheem Majeed, an interview with the artist by art historian Rebecca Zorach, and 22 illustrated plates, a selected bibliography, exhibition history, and checklist. The 104 page catalog was designed by Matt Austin of Candor Arts and features a hand silk screened cover.
Barbara Rossi: Eye Owe You
Created on the occasion of the exhibition “Eye Owe You,” this 126-page book contains 124 images from Barbara Rossi’s vast collection of 35mm slides taken between 1971 – 1975. Arranged by the artist in a specific sequence to correlate one image to the next, they document hand painted outdoor signs and window displays in Chicago and other cities around the globe. The street scenes provide a glimpse into her working process that, in contrast, yields surprisingly biomorphic abstract paintings and drawings. The book also contains an afterword by DePaul Art Museum’s Director and Chief Curator Julie Rodrigues Widholm.
Dianna Frid & Richard Rezac: Split Complimentary
March 30, 2016
Split Complimentary accompanies the exhibition at the DePaul Art Museum featuring works by Dianna Frid and Richard Rezac shown alongside selected works from the museum’s permanent collection and the DePaul John T. Richardson Library’s Special Collection Archive. It features an essay by guest curator, Matthew Girson and a conversation between Dianna Frid and Richard Rezac.
Matt Siber: Idol Structures
August 27, 2015
Idol Structures accompanies an exhibition at the DePaul Art Museum of recent photographs and sculptures by Chicago-based artist Matt Siber, whose work explores the systems of corporate and mass-media communication that permeate the urban landscape. View the publication here.
Essays by Gregory J. Harris and David Raskin.
5th Wave Collective Presents "Modern Connections"
Wednesday, August 1, 5:30 pm
5th Wave Collective is an organization dedicated to the promotion and performance of music by composers who identify as female. Their Modern Connections concert will explore the concept of abstraction within Modern and Contemporary music. The set features a majority of female composers from the Black and Latinx diasporas and will take place in the first-floor gallery alongside the current exhibition Out of Easy Reach.
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"Beverly Fresh: Really Somethin Else" Book Release & Potluck
Thursday, August 2 from 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Production is underway for Really Somethin Else, an experimental “expanded catalog” chronicling the recent work and current solo exhibition of artist Beverly Fresh. The book not only documents and contextualizes the work in the exhibition, but also includes research, sketches, production stills, inspiration and other works not on view in the exhibition. Featuring essays by DPAM Director Julie Rodrigues Widholm, DePaul Humanities Center Director H. Peter Steeves, and DePaul Associate Professor of Sociology Greg Scott, and designed by Beverly Fresh himself, the catalog captures the distinct aesthetic of the exhibition.
Beverly Fresh will be signing books. Retail $30, but only $25 at the event.
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