Art in General


Letha Wilson has produced a beautiful artist book entitled Land Marks, employing the vocabulary of her sculptural work in print. Co-published with Hassla Books, the publication is a limited run of 500 copies, featuring cutouts, folds, painting, and interventions by the artist. Reading as both an introduction and object within her upcoming New Commission at Art in General, the publication blurs the boundary of image and object. Emphasizing the fold and the tear, Land Marks asks us to consider the fact that was has been obscured or removed is as essential to what has been included. I can’t wait for this show to open and to spend more time with this book! CF



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