Blood, Sweat & Tears [Exhibition Catalogue]
Three exhibits of protest graphics held in 1997 at Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica. A catalogue in three separate volumes bound in vellum, Blood, Sweat and Tears documents a trio of exhibitions that look at the graphics of protest, locally and internationally. The first Los Angeles: At the Center & On the Edge explores the graphic making machines that marked the decades from the 60s to the 90s. Also includes an essay by Carol Wells, who founded the Center for the Study of Political Graphics. Next is Shouts from the Wall an exhibition of posters and photographs from the Spanish Civil War by American Volunteers and includes an essay by Cary Nelson. And finally, No Justice No Peace documenting the bloody conflict of Northern Ireland with an introduction by Trisha Ziff and and text by Don Mullan. Vellum cover includes a manifesto by Tom Patchett.
112 pages, Softcover, 9 x6 inches, 1997