Exhibition Catalogues and Books
Published: September, 2023
A thoughtful selection of works which celebrates the opening of the new Buffalo AKG Art Museum, and provides a flavour of one of the world’s most extraordinary collections of modern and contemporary art. With nearly 400 pages, this new collection handbook presents over 330 works by 265 artists, and will be the Buffalo AKG’s premier souvenir publication for museum visitors and art lovers alike.
Published: Jan, 2021
Examines how scientific objects in museums and other collections act as inspiration to contemporary art practice, its histories, curating and aesthetics. Cross-disciplinary essays from leading arts professionals. Edited by Edward Juler and Alistair Robinson
Published: Dec 17, 2020
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Artpace San Antonio has published a 272pg book of never-before-published curatorial essays and color images of every exhibition created through its International Artist-in-Residence program from 2008-2019.
Published: March, 2020
The sixth Trondheim international biennale for art and technology – ventures into the digital wilderness where the foreseeable has escaped, where control is absent, and agendas, purposes, and occupations are progressively evasive.
Published: January, 2020
Explores the non-stop nature of our lives – a world in which we are sleeping less; where complex systems exert control over us and the pull of the screen disrupts our instincts to daydream and pay attention to the world around us, and each other.
Published: March 2019
Written by Sarah Cook, Madeleine Kennedy, Alistair Robinson, Emily Stamey, Carmen Victor
Editors: Janine Marchessault, Will Straw
Published: March 1, 2019
Responding to the latest developments in Canadian film studies, this volume takes into account the variety of artistic voices, media technologies, and places which have marked cinema in Canada throughout its history.
Written by Liz McQuiston
Published by PHAIDON, 2017
An accessible and richly illustrated exploration of how art and design have driven major social and political change in the 21st century. With over 400 images, this is a visual guide to the most influential and highly politicised imagery of the digital age.
Featuring an in-depth essay by the curator and art critic David Pagel, a conversation between Albright-Knox Director Louis Grachos and Chief Curator Douglas Dreishpoon, introductions to the exhibition’s themes by Curator Heather Pesanti, and a fully illustrated list of the more than 1,100 works of art that have entered the collection between 2002 and 2012