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.
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.
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.
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
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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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