JB Blunk [3rd Edition]


The third edition of our best-selling monograph features a new cover color and cover artwork. JB Blunk presents the breadth of the artist's practice and includes never-before-seen archival and newly commissioned photographs of jewelry, ceramics, paintings, furniture, sculpture, and his hand-built house. The book features essays by Lucy Lippard, Glenn Adamson, Fariba Bogzaran, Louise Allison Cort, and René Bustamante.

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These essays contextualize Blunk among his contemporaries, his materials, and his places. Lippard connects Blunk’s interdisciplinary practice with her own attempts at an archaeological, rather than linear, approach to art history and criticism. Cort and Bogzaran reconstruct the early relationships and experiences that influenced Blunk in Japan and in Northern California, respectively. An archival interview with Blunk from 1978 and a new interview with his longtime friend & studio assistant Rick Yoshimoto offer primary insight into Blunk’s work and process, forty years apart.

Hardcover 224 pages

W 21  H 26 cm

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