Milk and Honey
Contemporary Art in California
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 240 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 04 October 2012|
"Milk and Honey: Contemporary Art in California" highlights new work by contemporary artists who are aesthetically and regionally joined through a variety of mediums and demographics. By showcasing unknown and emerging artists alongside established icons who all call California home, "Milk and Honey" recognizes the fact that region and lifestyle directly influence the working process and ultimately the state of contemporary imagery.
In the same spirit as Roger Gastman and Jeffrey Deitch's recent seminal MOCA show: Art in the Streets, "Milk and Honey" celebrates a group of contemporary artists with roots across various areas, including graffiti art, surf, and skate culture, and other uniquely Californian influences. As is evident in that highly acclaimed museum show--as well as the current Pacific Standard Time Show throughout Los Angeles--California affects trends and sets the stage nationally and internationally, for some of the most creative art being made in the world today.
More than 50 artists featured, including: Ed Ruscha, Ed Templeton, Cleon Peterson, Megan Whitmarsh, Sage Vaughn, RETNA, Brian Roettinger, and Ye Rin Mock. As well as essays by Lucy Goodwin, PM Tenore, and many others.
About the Author
Justin Van Hoy is a designer, artist, and curator based in Los Angeles, California. Justin's studio, The Dutch Press, creates original graphics, design, and branding for innovative entities such as RVCA, R77, OBEY, Giant, Falcon Motorcycles, and Gagosian Gallery. Justin is also a co-founder of THIS, an art gallery in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. THIS hosts group and solo shows, and fosters a creative outlet for a wide network of innovative artists, friends, and family, as well as the community at large.
28.73 x 24.97 x 2.9 centimeters (1.50 kg)|
15+ years |