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Julia Fish bound by spectrum
ISBN: PB: 9780996235037, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, January 2020
120 pp., 27.9x24.1 cm, 30 colour plates
This exhibition catalog, "Julia Fish: bound by spectrum", presents a fully-illustrated survey of the last decade of Fish's paintings and works on paper. It offers new scholarship around Fish's ongoing project that brings together the disciplines of p...
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£34,00
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Beverly Fresh Really Somethin Else
ISBN: PB: 9780996235020, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, July 2019
268 pp., 17.7x24.1 cm, 150 colour plates
An experimental "expanded catalog" chronicling the recent work and 2018 solo exhibition of artist Beverly Fresh, "Really Somethin Else" not only documents and contextualizes the work in the exhibition, but also includes research, sketches, production...
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£23,00
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Some Kind of Duty
ISBN: PB: 9780996235006, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, March 2019
100 pp., 25.4x25.4 cm, 40 colour plates
"Some Kind of Duty" features all new handmade weavings by Chicago-based artist Karolina Gnatowski, known as kg. In monumental and small-scale tapestries, kg, anAmerican artist who was born in Poland incorporates references ranging from Polish immigra...
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£30,00
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Yasuhiro Ishimoto Someday, Chicago
ISBN: PB: 9780985096083, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, November 2018
152 pp., 22.9x26.7 cm, 30 colour plates, 90 halftones
This book examines the work of US-born photographer Yasuhiro Ishimoto (1921-2012) through its connections to Chicago, where he lived for over a decade and returned to repeatedly throughout his life. Long celebrated in Japan as one of the most influen...
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£26,50
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Out of Easy Reach
ISBN: PB: 9780985096069, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, September 2018
120 pp., 22.8x15.2 cm, 35 colour plates, 3 maps
Countering conventional accounts of art history, which have often overlooked the artistic contributions of women of color, the exhibition "Out of Easy Reach" presents the work of twenty-four US-based, female-identifying artists from the black and Lat...
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£19,00
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Idol Structures Sculptures and Photographs by Matt Siber
ISBN: PB: 9780985096014, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, March 2016
50 pp., 22.8x30.5 cm, 20 colour plates
"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....
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£22,50
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Rooted in Soil
ISBN: PB: 9780978907495, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, August 2015
28 pp., 25.4x20.3 cm, 16 colour plates
Eco and environmental art can highlight the primal importance of natural resources for human life and the need to be responsible environmental stewards. This catalog for a recent exhibition at the DePaul Art Museum explores one particularly undervalu...
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£11,50
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Liminal Infrastructure The Optics Division of the Metabolic Studio
ISBN: PB: 9780985096007, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, August 2015
16 pp., 21.6x26.7 cm, 12 colour plates
Led by artists Lauren Bon, Richard Nielsen, and Tristan Duke, the Optics Division of the Metabolic Studio is a team devoted to exploring and expanding the photographic medium. Working with the Liminal Camera, a massive, portable camera obscura fashio...
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£7,50
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Ink, Paper, Politics WPA-Era Prints from the Needles Collection
ISBN: PB: 9780978907488, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, October 2014
90 pp., 27.9x20.3 cm, 20 colour plates, 45 halftones
The Works Progress Administration gave federal financial support to a wide range of artistic projects during the Depression, from fiction to fine art. Of all these forms, however, the printmaking supported by the WPA is perhaps the one of most enduri...
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£30,00
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We Shall Photographs by Paul D'Amato
ISBN: HB: 9780978907471, University of Chicago Press, DePaul Art Museum, January 2014
102 pp., 25.4x20.3 cm, 47 colour plates
In "Barrio", photographer Paul D'Amato turned his lens to the largely Mexican-American Chicago neighborhoods of Pilsen and the Little Village, capturing their residents' homes and lives in multifaceted, dynamic images of weddings and graffiti artists...
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£34,00
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