David Taylor


Essays by Daniel D. Arreola, Claire C. Carter and
Wllliam L. Fox witn an interview by Becky Senf.

Hardbound, 1.25 x 14.25 x 2 inches, 336 Pages,
279 Color images including 
two fold-outs.

Published by Radius Books
ISBN: 978-1934435908

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Working the Line

Essays by Hannah Frieser and Luis Alberto Urrea.
Clothbound, 11 x 10.5, 148 pgs with a 48-page accordion-fold booklet, 120 color illustrations.

Published by Radius Books
ISBN: 978-1-934435-24-3

Out of print

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New Mexico Art Through Time: Prehistory to the Present

By Joseph Traugott

This book contains 250 works of art from across a timeline of 14,000 years, expanding the definition of what constitutes art to include aestheticised cultural objects extending back to the earliest worked points of the Paleo-Indian Clovis people. The transition from these early works to modern and contemporary art reflects changing economic, ethnic, ideological, religious, and cultural perspectives, while considering the diversity, aesthetic complexity, and cultural breadth that developed in New Mexico and the greater Southwest. Examples are drawn from both fine art and anthropology collections and include works by the luminaries of twentieth-century art, including the Santa Fe and Taos colony artists. This comprehensive book is published to coincide with the exhibition "It's About Time: 14,000 Years of Art in New Mexico".

Published by The Museum of New Mexico Press
ISBN: 978-0890135457

Davidson Collects: 100 Writers Respond to Art

The new 280-page, full color book, Davidson Collects: 100 Writers Respond to Art, includes essays written by one hundred Davidson students on works from the College’s permanent art collection.

Major funding for the book and this public event is made possible through a generous gift from Wells Fargo. Additional funding provided by the Davidson College Friends of the Arts and the Herb Jackson and Laura Grosch Gallery Endowment.

Davidson College, Van Every/Smith Galleries: 2010.

Ordering Information: Davidson Collects is available for purchase at the Davidson College bookstore, in the Van Every Gallery, and by calling Rosemary Gardner at 704-894-2575.


Land/Art New Mexico

Introduction by Bill Gilbert.
Essays by Lucy Lippard, William L. Fox, Nancy Marie Mithlo and MaLin Wilson

In the summer and fall of 2009 a group of New Mexico arts organizations joined together to present LAND/ART, a large-scale collaboration, which explored the relationship between land, art, and community through exhibitions, site-specific art works, lectures, and performances. Focusing on “environmental” or “Land” art, the collaboration addressed our changing relationship to nature, and to offer a new or previously unconsidered understanding of the places in which we live. This book is the culmination and documentation of this six-month, and features the work of over forty artists including Michael Berman, Erika Blumenfeld, David Taylor, Basia Irland, Patrick Dougherty, Catalina Delgado Trunk, and Shelley Niro.
Hardbound, 11.5 x 10.5 inches, 170 pages, 110 four-color illustrations

Published by Radius Books
ISBN: 978-1-934435-17-5