Tara McDowell’s The Householders: Robert Duncan and JessBy Phillip Griffith
An examination into how Robert Duncan and Jess transformed the benignly bourgeois domestic space into a political one, making this newly imagined domesticity the grounds for the work of artistic creation.
Francis M. Naumann’s Mentors: The Making of an Art HistorianBy Robert R. Shane
An art historians memoir looks at the role of academic and artistic mentors through the lens of Duchamps readymade, exploring the ways in which we chose to adopt the characteristics and ideas of our influencers.
Public Knowledge: Selected Writings by Michael AsherBy Brianna Leatherbury
Compiled and edited by art historian Kirsi Peltomäki, this collection engages with the notion of a record, illuminating the varying roles of the artist, archive, and editor in shaping an artists narrative
Charles Fox’s BuriedBy Sarah Moroz
This artists book mixes vintage photographs, personal recollections, and hand-written captions to tell the story of one familys experience before and after the Cambodian genocide.