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Image For Bob Trotman: Business as Usual

Bob Trotman: Business as Usual

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134-page monograph on NC-based artist, Bob Trotman, published in conjunction with Trotman’s exhibition at the Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College, the Projective Eye Gallery at UNC-Charlotte and the Gregg Museum of Art at NC State University, in cooperation with the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston. The book includes an introduction by Mark Sloan, essays by Roger Manley and Lia Newman, and an interview between the artist and Crista Cammoroto.

Item: 2002683

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Davidson Collects: 100 Writers Respond to Art

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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.

Item: 2002678

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Douglas Houchens: The Primary Impulse

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Introduction by Brad Thomas Foreword by Dabney Stuart Essay by J. Gill Holland

“It is only fitting that Davidson College celebrates the 50th anniversary of its Art Department with a retrospective of works by the man who founded it. Douglas Houchens: The Primary Impulse represents and recognizes almost 70 years of artistic exploration, as well as 25 years of service to generations of students who were exposed to the world of art through his history and studio classes…” -Brad Thomas, Douglas Houchens: The Primary Impulse, Davidson College: 2003, p.3

Item: 2002671

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Ewan Gibbs: America

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Using tiny hatches and dots derived from grid-like knitting patterns—a self-described “found language”—British artist Ewan Gibbs (born 1973) makes astounding drawings that dissolve into abstraction when viewed at close range. Ewan Gibbs: America is bound in a gorgeous hardback linen cover with a slipcase.

Edited by Brad Thomas. Text by Jennifer D. Fletcher, Richard Shiff.

Item: 2002677

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Force of Nature: Site Installations by Ten Japanese Artists

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Mark Sloan and Brad Thomas

“…Human interventions with the natural world are the focus of the exhibition, “Force of Nature,” which features the work of 10 Japanese artists at Clemson Architecture Center, the College of Architecture at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, the College of Charleston’s Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Davidson’s Van Every/Smith Galleries, Winthrop University Galleries, and two arts centers. “Force of Nature” offers a look at Japanese contemporary art apart from the widely disseminated images of anime cartoons and manga comics. The artists incorporate human and natural elements, like hair and salt, and processes, like breathing and cloud formation, to represent the relationship between people and the environment. “They take these grandiose ideas,” says Brad Thomas, director of the Davidson galleries, “and compress them into a very elegant and distilled and beautiful art exhibition.” -Sara Lipka, “The Arts and Academe,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 27, 2006, Volume 53, Issue 10, Page A12

Item: 2002673

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Herb Jackson: Excavations

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This full-color book chronicles fifty years of painting and features essays by curator Brad Thomas and Roger Manley ’74, Director of the Gregg Art Museum at North Carolina State University. Hardback, 64 pages.

Item: 2002676

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Image For Jaume Plensa: Sculptures and Drawings

Jaume Plensa: Sculptures and Drawings

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Jaume Plensa: Sculptures and Drawings is a full color catalogue accompanying the exhibition in the Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College, October 23-December 17, 2014. It includes essays by Joseph Becherer and the exhibition’s curator Lia Newman. Sculptures and Drawings is the first comprehensive exhibition of Plensa’s work in North Carolina. The exhibition features works on paper as well as sculptural works in bronze, steel, and glass.

The exhibition and publication were generously supported by the Bacca Foundation Visiting Lecture and Artist Fund, the Herb Jackson and Laura Grosch Gallery Endowment, Davidson College Friends of the Arts, Public Lectures Committee, the Arts & Science Council, and Davidson College Hispanic Studies

Item: 2002680

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Jen Ray: Surrounded by Wolves

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79-page book was published in conjunction with Surrounded by Wolves, a solo exhibition of drawings, paintings, sculptures, and performance by Jen Ray, curated by Lia Newman at the Van Every/Smith Galleries. The book features an introduction by Newman and an interview between the artist and Lauren Ross, Director of Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO.

Item: 2002684

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Image For Kent Williams: Native Bone and Far to Home

Kent Williams: Native Bone and Far to Home

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Kent Williams: Native Bone and Far to Home is a 44 page, full color catalogue accompanying the exhibition in the Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College, on view from November 5 – December 16, 2015. It includes an essay by Peter Frank and an interview between Lia Newman, the exhibition’s curator, and Williams. The exhibition features a diverse range of Williams’ work. Spanning from 2007 through his most current work, the gallery has both large-scale paintings and smaller drawings on display.

Item: 2002682

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Magdalena Abakanowicz

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Published in conjunction with the exhibition organized by Brad Thomas, Director and Curator of the Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College. Introduction by Brad Thomas, essay by Alan Michael Parker, Davidson Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing, and original text from Magdalena Abakanowicz: Hoofed Mammal Heads, Ucello, Figures with Open Arms, and Bambini.

Item: 2002675

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Regina José Galindo: Bearing Witness

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Regina José Galindo: Bearing Witness is a 103 page, full color catalogue accompanying the exhibition in the Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College, on view from September 10 – October 24, 2015. It includes an introduction by the exhibition’s curator Lia Newman, an interview between Galindo and Rosina Cazali, and essays by Jeff Kidder and Kency Cornejo. Regina Jose Galindo: Bearing Witness marks Galindo’s first exhibition in North Carolina, and the most comprehensive exhibition of her work in the U.S. The exhibition spans 15 years and comprises twenty-four works of art, including a live commissioned performance specifically for Davidson College.

The exhibition, related programming, and catalogue are made possible through the support of the National Endowment for the Arts, the Bacca Foundation Visiting Lecture and Artist Fund, Herb Jackson and Laura Grosch Gallery Endowment, the Davidson College Friends of the Arts, Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS), and Multicultural Affairs.

Item: 2002681

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Image For Rev McKendree Robbins Long:Picture Painter of the Apocalypse

Rev McKendree Robbins Long:Picture Painter of the Apocalypse

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David Steel and Brad Thomas; With contributions by Charles Reagan Wilson and William Ferris
“McKendree Robbins Long’s extraordinary works are visual manifestations of twentieth-century millennial Protestant Christianity. They depict the difficulty of achieving righteousness amid temptation, while also portraying the biblical promise of reward for the saved and eternal anguish for the foolhardy. Like Howard Finster or Sister Gertrude Morgan, southern religious painters with whom he has been compared, Long painted canvases that drew imagery from the Book of Revelation. His apocalyptic themes and vivid style have led curators and collectors to categorize him as an ‘‘outsider artist.’’… The catalogue features thirty large, high-quality reproductions of Long’s works and numerous smaller examples of his oeuvre…. This book provides a wonderful introduction to Long’s life and work and places him within the framework of southern history.”

Book review from Winterthur Portfolio: A Journal of American Material Culture – William D. Moore, University of North Carolina at Wilmington Volume 37, Number 23, Summer/Autumn 2002

Item: 2002669

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State of Emergency

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State of Emergency is a 48-page, full color catalogue accompanying the State of Emergency exhibition in the Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College, January 16-February 28, 2014. It includes essays by Marita Sturken and the exhibition’s curator Lia Newman.

State of Emergency features 18 contemporary artists working in a variety of media: Ai Weiwei, Miguel Aragón, Mel Chin, Joelle Dietrick, Eben Goff, Naoya Hatakeyama, Miki Kato-Starr, Tatana Kellner, Matt Kenyon, Kate Kretz, Mario Marzan, Richard Misrach, Jason Mitcham, Matthew Picton, Robert Polidori, elin o’Hara slavick, Katherine Taylor, and Paul Villinski.

The exhibition and publication were generously supported by the Herb Jackson and Laura Grosch Gallery Endowment, the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, Davidson College Friends of the Arts, and Davidson College Multicultural Affairs.

Item: 2002679

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UNTITLED – ROBERT LAZZARINI WORKS ON PAPER

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Brad Thomas Conversation with Chuck Close and Robert Lazzarini

This catalogue accompanies the first survey exhibition of works on paper by artist Robert Lazzarini. This hardbound, full-color publication contains numerous illustrations and features the essay “Marking Time” by curator Brad Thomas as well as a conversation with Robert Lazzarini and Chuck Close. Robert Lazzarini came into the international spotlight in 2001 with an exhibition of skulls in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s exhibition BitStreams, which focused on the intersection of art and technology in the information age. His uncanny sculptures of distorted human skulls sent shockwaves through the art world. He followed the success of that display with payphone in the 2002 Whitney Biennial. In doing so, he solidified his place among highly acclaimed up-and-coming American artists.

Item: 2002695

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Van Every/Smith Galleries Black Tote Bag

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14 x 10, 4.5″ gussets on bottom and side, 10″ handles.

Item: 2002686

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Van Every/Smith Galleries Travel Mugs

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Stainless steel travel mug, plastic lid
8 3/4″ tall with lid

Item: 2002688

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Van Every/Smith Galleries Zippered Totes

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12 x 18, zippered, 4.5″ gusset on bottom, 13″ handles

Item: 2002687

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Wood/Painted Wood: Joel Shapiro

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Joel Shapiro is considered one of the leading figures in American sculpture. This book was published in conjunction with an exhibition of Shapiro’s work at the Van Every/Smith Galleries that brought together wood and painted wood sculptures from the last decade, exemplifying the artist’s tireless aesthetic investigation and refinement of form. The book includes a conversation between Richard Shiff and Joel Shapiro.

Item: 2002674

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Image For Yinka Shonibare MBE: The American Library

Yinka Shonibare MBE: The American Library

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This book was published in conjunction with Yinka Shonibare MBE: The American Library, curated by Lia Newman, on view in the Van Every/Smith Galleries October 25-December 14, 2018. The 56-page book features an introduction by Newman, essay by Coco Fusco, and an interview between Shonibare and Michelle Grabner.

Item: 2002685

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