Text by Bruce Benderson,
Andy Campbell, Evan Moffitt
Co-published with Regen Projects
144 pages (88 color ill. / 4 b&w ill.)
A concise introduction to Pierson’s photographs, collages, word sculptures and more across four decades
This volume celebrates and documents the career of pioneering New York–based artist and photographer Jack Pierson (born 1960). Published on the occasion of Pierson’s tenth solo presentation with Regen Projects, Los Angeles, this full-color publication illustrates works produced over 35 years of the artist’s multidisciplinary practice. Arranged as a poetic, achronological and comprehensive installation that tracks Pierson’s diverse yet idiosyncratic practice, the exhibition and publication create a personal sojourn through the artist’s career. Featuring a new contribution by Evan Moffitt that surveys the artist’s body of work in relation to queer cultural zeitgeists of the 1990s, a conversation between the artist and Andy Campbell, and an essay by Bruce Benderson, Less and more shines new light on Pierson’s oeuvre.
|Dimensions||21 × 27 × 2 cm|