The reference monograph on the American artist Michelle Grabner, this volume offers an expansive look at an artist whose body of work and sphere of influence continue to gain recognition. The book documents works from the last 20 years, positioning the studio as core to a remarkably diverse output—paintings, drawings, prints, videos, and sculptures. Considering Grabner's pursuit of art making, criticism, and curating as inextricably linked, this publication seeks to highlight the distinctive values and ideas that drive Grabner's practice: working outside of dominant systems, working tirelessly, and working across platforms.
Published on the occasion of the eponymous retrospective at the MOCA Cleveland in 2013.
This edition comes with three different covers (blue, yellow, purple), randomly distributed.
Born 1962 in Oshkosh (Wisconsin), Michelle Grabner lives and works in Oak Park (Illinois).