Edited by Julie Iovine
This publication represents the third component of the three-part art and urban-planning initiative Civic Action presented by the Noguchi Museum and Socrates Sculpture Park. For Civic Action, the museum and sculpture park engaged four artists—Natalie Jeremijenko, Mary Miss, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and George Trakas—to lead teams to develop new approaches for growth in the Queens neighborhood in which the two institutions are located and which they helped to shape.
With more than 140 illustrations and eight essays, centered on rich photo-spreads featuring the work of each of the four artist-led teams, this book is intended to continue and expand the dialogue about the diverse neighborhood and ways in which it might at once develop and maintain its unique character.
$20.00 + shipping and handling
Socrates Sculpture Park
Edited by Alyson Baker and Ivana Mestrovic
Photography Editor Robyn Donohue
Featuring a selection of photographs by Steven L. Cohen. Foreword by Mark di Suvero. Essays by Thomas Hanrahan, Jeffrey Kastner, and Irving Sandler with contributions by Alyson Baker, Diana Balmori, Kathleen Gilrain, Kate D. Levin, Ivana Mestrovic, John Morse, Sara Reisman, and Eve Sussman.
Distributed by Yale University Press.
$50.00 + shipping and handling
Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition catalogues, 2001 through 2007
This series of catalogues documents the work of the Park's fellowship recipients and includes written contributions by Stephanie Cash, Laura Hoptman, Shamim Momin, Sara Reisman, Valerie Smith, Kara Vander Weg and Jeffrey Kastner.
$10.00 each, $85.00 set of seven in a binder + shipping and handling
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