Announcing Nancy Blum's First Monograph, Coming Fall 2017.
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This lavishly illustrated, 144-page, hardbound book surveys nearly 20 years of Nancy Blum's drawings, sculptures, and public art works, offering a multivalent overview of the artist’s achievements at mid-career. It includes a foreword by multi-disciplinary theater artist and filmmaker Nikki Appino; a conversation between Blum and Eric Brenner, professor of biology at Pace University; and an essay by curator and editor Ashley Kistler, who also developed the book’s thematic structure. Scout Design, a Richmond, VA-based studio with a reputation for producing outstanding art books and exhibition catalogues, is overseeing the design and production of the book.
The Fall 2017 release of the book coincides with the exhibition Nancy Blum: Recent Works, opening in early November at the Reynolds Gallery in Richmond. It also celebrates Blum’s New York City MTA commission for the 28th street subway station (local 6 train), slated for completion in 2018.
The fundraising goal is $35,000. All contributions will go directly towards the printing and distribution of this book. We cannot do it without you!
See more of Nancy Blum's work at nancyblum.com.