NZ Library #4: Katy Grannan: Hundreds of Sparrows, Volume Two, Special Limited Edition (with Type-C Print) (NZ Library - Set Four) [SIGNED]
Publisher: Paso Robles, California: Nazraeli Press, 2019
Edition: 1st Edition
Condition: New / No dust jacket as issued
Item #: 113507
SPECIAL EDITION SUBSCRIBER DISCOUNT: Customers who purchase the complete Set 4 of six titles (item #113500) qualify for a $150 discount off the price of this special limited edition (with print) from Set 4 (the special limited edition also includes a copy of the slipcased book). Otherwise, special edition price is net to all; promotional discounts do not apply.
First edition, first printing. Special limited edition of 25 copies, with a signed and numbered Type-C print, which is housed together with the book in a custom clamshell box. Hardcover. 15 x 12 inches.
ABOUT THE BOOK: First edition, first printing. Limited edition of 350 copies. Each of the six volumes is numbered on the colophon page and signed by the artist on a label tipped-in to the back cover. Each volume in the set shares the following characteristics: Hardcover. Silk cloth-covered boards; with photographically illustrated dust jacket and silk cloth-covered slipcase. 48 pp., with 28 four-color plates. 15 x 12 inches.
New in publisher's packaging.
From the publisher: "Hundreds of Sparrows is a two-volume set of books by contemporary artist and filmmaker Katy Grannan. Both volumes function as stand-alone books; together, they tell a deeper story, playing off of each other and delving deeper into the lives and surroundings of their subjects.
The photographs in Hundreds of Sparrows were made in the Central Valley, in particular, the sprawling cities of Modesto, Fresno, and Bakersfield that sit within this vast agricultural region in the geographical center of California. This location also served as the setting for Grannan’s debut feature film, "The Nine", which premiered to wide critical acclaim in 2016. Throughout the works, the artist explores the significance and complexity of the seemingly ordinary, the mundane and the overlooked—anonymous strangers, familiar gestures and interactions—the soundscape and theatre of nowhere.
This is the other side of the American Dream.
Katy Grannan’s work has been featured in exhibitions worldwide and is included in many permanent collections, including those of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and The LA County Museum of Art."