January 21, 2014 - ECAA
ADAM SILVERMAN Clay and Space
October 27 through January 14, 2014
Adam Silverman: Clay and Space will form part of the museum’s upcoming Art & Nature event, a multidisciplinary celebration of art’s engagement with the natural world, which is scheduled for November 7- 10, 2013 and is generously supported by the Draper Family Foundation Fund and an anonymous donor.
January 1, 2014 - ECAA
Lynn Aldrich: Un/Common Objects
October 11, 2013 through January 19 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 17th, 7-9pm
Transforming the known into something curious and unexpected, Los Angeles-based artist Lynn Aldrich offers a critical consumerist spin on the assemblage tradition, on view at Art Center College of Design’s Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery.
January 1, 2014 - ECAA
Laurie Frick: Walking, Eating, Sleeping
September 10, 2013 through January 3, 2014
Artist Talk: October 13, 2013 | 11:30am – 12:30pm
The artwork of Laurie Frick explores the intersection of technology and creativity as the artist herself adopts a daily regimen of self-tracking that measures her activities and body. In doing so, she shapes a vocabulary of pattern used to construct her intricately hand-built works and installations. Her quantifiable patterns, like her heart rate, the duration of her sleep or body weight are some of the metrics that inspire her colourful and complex works.
December 22, 2013 - ECAA
We are pleased to announce the release of ADAM SILVERMAN Ceramics, a Skira Rizzoli Publication. With an introduction by Shepard Fairey, this gem-like volume showcases Silverman’s astounding work and pottery techniques through the stunning photos by Stefano Massei and Katrina Dickson. A beautiful and informative overview of his work with insightful text contributions by Brooke Hodge, Lisa Gabrielle Mark, Julie Lazar, and Kulapat Yantrasast.
Published 2013 in hard cover and dust jacket with 192 pages. Available for $60.00.
December 21, 2013 - ECCA
With an introduction by Marieke Trielhard, this catalog presents a new sequence of the oil pastel drawings by Toronto based artist Cathy Daley. Graphic and yet lyrical, the artist’s imagery draws from a repertoire of popular culture, fashion, fantasy, memory, and dream, and explores the kinesics of the dress – a looming presence in our shared cultural imaginary. Published 2013 in soft cover with fifty-nine pages. Available for $35.00.
December 20, 2013 - ECAA
Featuring an essay by noted art historian Bruce Robertson, Mary Heebner: The Venus Paintings showcases Heebner’s newest body of work in fifty-six full color pages. Each of Heebner’s new lush large-format collages are exquisitely depicted, including detail images that bring to life the full textural depth of these enticing works. Her unique collage painting technique layered with antique feminine imagery is at once contemporary and richly historical. Published 2013 in soft cover with fifty- six pages. Available for $20.00
December 19, 2013 - ECAA
To accompany Aldirch’s Art Center College of Design exhibition, we are pleased to announce the publication of Lynn Aldrich: Un/Common Objects. This catalogue features an introduction by Art Center’s Williamson Gallery Director Stephen Nowlin, and essays by G. James Daichendt, Christina Valentine, and Howard N Fox. Also included are full color images of the retrospective installation at Art Center College. Published 2012 in soft cover with one hundred and eleven pages. Available for $20.00
December 18, 2013 - ECAA
With an introduction by Edward Cella, this catalogue presents, Counterpoint, a new series of pastel works on paper by Ruth Pastine. In marked departure for the artist in terms of media and technique, the new sequence of drawings conveys a renewed sense of immediacy and expanded polychromatic range. Published 2012 in soft cover with fifty-nine pages. Available for $35.00.
December 9, 2012 - ECAA
This sumptuous linen bound volume with hundreds of color illustrations documents the creation of PLANEfurniture and presents a essay by Michael Boyd, the designer and principal of BoydDesign, along with photographs, drawings, and sketches of furniture designs that led to the inception of innovative furniture collection. Featuring commentary by architect, Mark Lee of Johnston/MarkLee Architects; urban and architectural historian, Thomas S. Hines; and an essay by renowned design critic and writer, Michael Webb; the distinguished publication was designed by Michael Hodgson, of Ph.D A Design Office.
Published 2012 in hard cover and dust jacket with 116 pages in an edition of 1000. Available for $75.00.