Hardcover, 9x7 inches
148 pages / 100 images
Edition of 1000
Humble Cats is a collection of fine art photographs with feline cameos. Originally presented by Humble Arts Foundation as an online exhibition, this updated curatorial masterpiece (from Humble co-founders Jon Feinstein and Amani Olu) now features images by over 70 photographers.
Essay by Jon Feinstein, co-founder and curator, Humble Arts Foundation
Mapping the Stage
28 page catalog
Published to accompany the exhibition Mapping the Stage at The Galleries at Moore, Philadelphia, PA
Essay by Maureen Pelta, Professor of Art History & Curatorial Studies, Moore College of Art & Design
Interview with Micah Danges and James Johnson by Kaytie Johnson
Contains new instructions written by twenty-seven Philadelphia-based artists, as a part of The Galleries at Moore's presentation of do it – Hans Ulrich Obrist, Christian Boltanski, and Bertrand Laiver's 1993 Exhibition comprised of artists' instructions.
Essay by Kaytie Johnson, Rochelle F. Levy Director and Chief Curator
12 page catalog
Published to coincide with the exhibition Docu-Commencement at Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA.
Introduction by Brian Wallace, Curator and Academic Liaison for Art and Artifacts, Bryn Mawr College
Essays by Kay Healy, James Johnson, Jennifer Levonian, and Gilbert Plantinga
Vox Populi: We're working on it
120 page catalog
We’re Working On It is a visual representation of Vox Populi’s 21st year of programming (2009-2010). Also included in the pages is the first written history of Vox Populi, the starting point for a history of artist-run spaces in Philadelphia, and an essay on our city’s identity as a center of artistic production. An illustrated timeline of artist-run spaces in Philadelphia, dating from the 1960s, rounds out this important publication.
Edited by Andrew Suggs, Executive Director, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA
Essays by Amy Adams, Director, Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Paul Galvez, critic; Andrew Suggs; and Richard Torchia, Director, Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA
A Closer Look 7
Published alongside the exhibition A Closer Look 7 at Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA
Essay by Sheryl Conkelton, Director of Exhibitions and Special Programs at Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA