Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989

Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989
Library Shelf Location 18.GAIN
Publication Date 2014

Celebrating the Studio Museum’s long-standing commitment to the scholarly engagement of its exhibitions, Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974– 1989 is accompanied by a 160-page, full-color hardcover catalogue that includes newly commissioned essays by leading scholars and curators in the field, an illustrated chronology contextualizing Gaines’s life and work, and—for the first time—expository texts explaining the production process for each body of work.

Contributors include Naima J. Keith ; Anne Ellegood , Senior Curator, Hammer Museum; Malik Gaines , artist and Professor of Combined Media, Hunter College; Courtney J. Martin , Assistant Professor, Department of History of Art and Architecture, Brown University; Bennett Simpson , Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Howard Singerman , Phyllis and Joseph Carloff Chair of Art and Art History, Hunter College; and Ellen Tani , doctoral candidate in the Department of Art History, Stanford University. The publication, designed by Kimberly Varella of Content Object , Los Angeles, also features an introduction by the Museum’s Director and Chief Curator, Thelma Golden ; section introductions by Abbe Schriber ; and an illustrated chronology by Jamillah James .

ISBN 9780942949407
Quantity 1
Pages 168
Authors Naima J. Keith, Anne Ellegood, Malik Gaines, Courtney J. Martin, Bennett Simpson, Howard Singerman
Format Hardback
Publisher Studio Museum in Harlem, New York
Related Artist Charles Gaines
Keywords numbers, painting in grids, Painting from photographs

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