artist unknown/the free world book

For the first time in its 33-year history, the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood has co-published a 260-page book to accompany the exhibition Artist Unknown/The Free World.

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artist unknown/the free world book

Working with “Artist Unknown/The Free World” artists John D. Monteith and Oliver Wasow and book publisher Gean Moreno’s [NAME Publications], the book debued at the exhibition’s opening reception on Friday, Oct. 28 from 6 – 9 p.m.

artist unknown/the free world book

With thousands of images selected by the artists, the book includes texts by internationally known curator/author Marvin Heiferman, New York Magazine Senior Art Critic Jerry Saltz, and the Center’s Curator of Exhibitions Jane Hart, as well as artists Monteith and Wasow.

artist unknown/the free world book

This book project and exhibition is made possible in part by a FAB! Knight New Work Award supported by Funding Arts Broward and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and through the support of Lou Anne and
Mike Colodny.

artist unknown/the free world book

Note: This is a double-sided book: Artist Uknown is one half, The Free World is the other half. Flip over to see the other — two books in one.

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artist unknown/the free world book

Together these collections of images are delightful. I felt a sense of having been revisited by old friends and a certain 90s-era naive optimism. A sorta catalog of looking glass self adults as they entered the information economy “now I’M the object of the screen’s affection!” type of sentiment.continent

artist unknown/the free world book

artist unknown/the free world book

artist unknown/the free world book