Limited edition book of photography
published by the Midwest Center for Photography
Record, is a collection of color photographs of civic structures that builds a quiet, visual paean to things governmental through the indirect observations of an ordinary day.
64 pages, 10.5 x 12 inches, hardcover
Designed by Matthew Polhamus
Print Production at Type A, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Printed in Ghent, Belgium
Currently in pre-sale, available Spring 2021
To Leave Earth/Lasciare la Terra
Limited edition folio with work by George Ferrandi, Kate Kosek, Maureen O'Leary, Macon Reed, and Samantha Robinson. Each edition is six digital UV prints (11 x 14 inches) on Strathmore Bristol paper together in a handmade folio from Small Editions press, Brooklyn, New York.
Edition of 11 with one artist proof.
Printed by Kate Kosek at Laumont Photographics, 2018. More information here.
Shown above, Untitled (Radio Tower) by Maureen O’Leary from Lasciare la Terra, digital UV print from original collage , Strathmore Bristol paper, 2018. Edition of 10.
Hand made envelope for the full edition of Lasciare la Terra produced by Small Editions Brooklyn, New York, 2018
Book of photographs by Maureen O'Leary and Terri Phillips, with a poem by Terri Phillips, edition of 100.
Printed at Paper Chase Press, Los Angeles, 2013.
This collaborative book derives from 31 gelatin silver photographs by Maureen O'Leary and Terri Phillips, with a poem by Terri Phillips, each line of which corresponds to one photograph in sequence.
The book was included in Picture Books an exhibition featuring artist-made books at the Center for Documentary Studies, Power Plant Gallery, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 2014 (curated by Caitlin Kelly). Belle Mort is also part of the Indie Photobook Library, which was acquired as part of the permanent collection of Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University.
The original photographs by Terri Phillips and Maureen O’Leary were exhibited in 2014 as rice paper prints at Marshall Arts gallery, Memphis, Tennessee. The photographs are available individually or as complete folios, editions of 8 x 10 gelatin silver prints on fiber paper or 18 x 24 digital prints on rice paper (each editions of 3 with 1 AP).
The Marshall Arts exhibit was accompanied by a performance by Terri Phillips with Grace Bowers, Tristan Parks, Melissa Farris, and Miaya Johnson.
Vimeo link here. Review in Number: Inc.
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