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Parker Branch: Has things in Common

Artists
Anna Madelska and Jason Hallows
Price
$20.00
Date
2017
Publisher
Parker Branch
Format
Anthologies
Genre
Canadian, Monograph
Description

Parker Branch, a project by artists Anna Madelska and Jason Hallows, looks at the meaning-producing property of things through an ongoing dialogue between works of art and found objects.

Parker Branch: Has things in Common documents and reflects upon over thirty exhibitions organized by Madelska and Hallows in collaboration with other artists and contributors, which were presented in their small storefront space on Stanley Street in London, Ontario, between 2007 and 2014. It includes a complete chronology of Parker Branch exhibitions and essays by Jen Hutton and E.C. Woodley.

This illustrated, 102-page volume was designed by Danielle St. Amour and published by the McIntosh Gallery Curatorial Study Centre (MGCSC) at Western University.

Softcover, perfect-bound, colour

First edition, 2014.

ISBN: 9780771430848.

  1. Parker Branch: Has Things In Common
 

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