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Arlene Shechet; Gary Fogelson

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On Skirts

A Conversation on Bookmaking with Arlene Shechet & Gary Fogelson of Other Means

Thursday, Feb 25, 2021
2 PM EST
Zoom Webinar

On the occasion of Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair, join us for an online conversation between Arlene Shechet and graphic designer Gary Fogelson, of Other Means, to celebrate the publication of Pace Publishing's new Shechet book, Skirts.

This richly illustrated book includes an essay by scholar Rachel Silveri, and new interviews with the artist by Deborah Solomon and Michaëla Mohrmann. Shechet and Fogelson will discuss the design considerations and decisions made in relation to the sculptor’s own engagement with materials, and reflect on the process of bookmaking as a way of connecting to the works.

The conversation will be moderated by Oliver Shultz, Curatorial Director at Pace.

Event Details

On Skirts: A Conversation on Bookmaking with Arlene Shechet & Gary Fogelson of Other Means
Thursday, Feb 25, 2021
2 PM EST
Zoom Webinar

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Gary Fogelson

Gary Fogelson is a partner at Other Means, a graphic design studio in Brooklyn, New York that works with clients in the arts, architecture, fashion, and media on visual identities, websites, publications, exhibitions, art direction, and signage. Recent clients include The Drawing Center, ICA Philadelphia, Matthew Marks Gallery, MoMA PS1, Pace, and The Shed.

Arlene Shechet

Arlene Shechet is a multidisciplinary sculptor living and working in New York City and the Hudson Valley. A major, critically acclaimed survey of her work, All At Once, which the New York Times called “some of the most imaginative American sculpture of the past 20 years, and some of the most radically personal,” was on view at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, in 2015 with an accompanying monograph. Shechet’s work also includes historical museum installations. Porcelain, No Simple Matter: Arlene Shechet and the Arnhold Collection was on view at The Frick Collection, New York (2016); and From Here On Now at The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C., (2016). The artist’s ambitious large-scale public project, that included monumental porcelain and mixed-media sculptures, opened in September 2018 at Madison Square Park in New York.  

Learn more about Arlene Shechet.

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