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Perfect Binding, 84 pages
9.75 x 11.75 inches
24.765 cm x 29.845
Edition of 150
domicile (n.) gallery, 2021
All Tomorrow's Parties is a catalogue containing first-person statements from each of the 39 artists who participated in the All Tomorrow's Parties exhibition curated by Michael Slenske at domicile (n.) gallery in Los Angeles, California, from July 10-October 2, 2021. The book includes an essay by the curator, full-color photos of the individual works in the show, installation shots, and images from the opening. It is printed on high-quality art paper in Los Angeles, California, by Magenta Color Print.
Participating Artists: Alake Shilling, Alex Olson, Anthony James, Aryo Toh Djojo, Brandon Deener, Brian Butler, Ben Wolf-Noam, Chaz Guest, Chuck Arnoldi, Edgar Bryan, Francesca Gabbiani, George Byrne, Glen Wilson, Jason Meadows, Jeremy Shockley, Joséphine Wister Faure, Kasper Sonne, Katja Farin, Kelly Lamb, Lynda Benglis, Marnie Weber, Marty Schnapf, Michael John Kelly, Miguel Machado, Nicole Nadeau, Nir Hod, Philipp Kremer, Rachel Mason, Rose Hartman, Salomón Huerta, Sebastien Leon, Scott Benzel, Seffa Klein, Shagha Ariannia, Shahla K. Friberg, Simon Haas, Trulee Hall, Una Szeemann, and Yassi Mazandi.
Michael Slenske is a Los Angeles-based writer, editor, and curator. He is a contributing writer for Los Angeles Magazine, a contributing editor for Galerie, and has served as the editor-at-large of CULTURED and LALA and as a contributing editor at the LA Times' DesignLA, Modern Painters and Art + Auction. He is the founder of the project space Desert Center | Los Angeles, the artist pop-up The Street & The Shop and the curator of exhibitions at Wilding Cran Gallery, The Landing Gallery, Spring Break/Art Show, and Frieze LA, amongst other venues.
Created by Site Specific Projects’ principal Cyrus Etemad and Manola Studio’s founder Jessica Pell, in collaboration with curator Margot Ross, domicile (n.) is located in the Merrick Building in East Hollywood, California. Domicile offers a home for the spurring of multi-modal artists’ ideas, a container for the spawning and dissemination and exhibition of creative projects. It is a gallery, residency, generator.
Designed + edited by Margot Ross and Michael Slenske