A Pen of All Work: Raymon Pettibon
'A Pen of All Work: Raymon Pettibon' by New Museum
Hardback book published by Phaidon Press Ltd.
31.4cm x 24.4cm
About the book
About the Author
Massimiliano Gioni is Edlis Neeson Artistic Director at the New Museum, New York, and Director at Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Milan. He was curator of the 55th Venice Biennale (2013), the 8th Gwangju Biennial (2010) and, together with Ali Subotnick and Maurizio Cattelan, the 4th Berlin Biennale (2006). His publications include contributions to Phaidon's Maurizio Cattelan (2003), Ice Cream (2007), Unmonumental (2007), Defining Contemporary Art(2012), Paul McCarthy, Revised and Expanded Edition (2016), Anri Sala: Answer Me (2016) and Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest (2016).
Gary Carrion-Murayari is a curator at the New Museum, where he has curated solo exhibitions for Phyllida Barlow, Ellen Gallagher, Haroon Mirza, Camille Henrot, and Jim Shaw, among others, and has co-curated exhibitions including "Ghosts in the Machine," "NYC 1993," "Here and Elsewhere," and "Chris Ofili: Night and Day." Murayari previously worked at the Whitney Museum of American Art, where he organized solo presentations of work by Elad Lassry and Karthik Pandian, and co-curated a number of group exhibitions. Carrion-Murayari was the co-curator, with Francesco Bonami, of the 2010 Whitney Biennial.
About Phaidon Press
Phaidon Press is a publishing company founded in 1923, Vienna by Dr Bela Horvitz and Ludwig Goldscheider. The illustrious publishing house, now operating globally, has published an extensive range of art-books over the past 95 years, collaborating with the most recognised authors and artists to provide beautiful, educational and affordable titles for all to enjoy.
Image one: 3D Bookshot.
Image two: 2D Bookshot.
Image three: Raymond Pettibon, No Title (We shall try to), 1991. Pen and ink on paper, 22 x 17 in (55.9 x 43.2 cm). Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London
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