This 80-page, full-color, 9×11 CEPA Gallery exhibition catalog from Fast, Cheap, & Easy: The Copy Art Revolution (2018) is an international survey featuring over 100 artists from the 1960s to the present who have explored the neglected role of the copy machine as a quick and innovative method to express ideas and cheaply produce and circulate art.
It includes individual project descriptions, artists’ statements and bios, plus hundreds of exhibition and historical images, artists’ book examples, and complete checklist. Additionally, there are essays by Robert Hirsch, Beate Reese, Kate Eichorn, and Herbert Lachmayter.
This 112-page, full-color, 8×10 CEPA Gallery exhibition catalog from Place Relations: Identity in Contemporary Israeli Avant-Garde Art (2019) features Israeli artists whose work and performances were exhibited over the course of a year. It provides a unique array of individual perspectives shaped by varied experiences with the goal being to elaborate the historical, political and cultural atmosphere of the Israeli diaspora.
Artists include R’m Aharoni, Yael Bartana, Tamy Ben-Tor, Miki Carmi, Keren Cytter, Dor Guez, Adi Nes, and Barak Zemer.
This 75-page, full-color, #x# CEPA Gallery exhibition catalog from Wild Things: Disrupting the Photographic Archive in the Time of a Pandemic (2020) explores the polarity between the mechanical realism of the camera and chance expressionism of time, nature, and the maker’s hand that liberates photo-based images from their formal literalness and launches them into surprising territory.
By dispensing with the classic notion of a frozen photographic moment, wild things happen.