Art Book now available at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC
Riddled With Spots is a short book about the Maker’s search. It traces the journey of artists (also known as The Moonlight Hunters) on the search for their creations. This pictorial poem was created as a posthumous collaboration between Charles Whymper and contemporary artist Sarah Zar (of Arts Terminal). A visual narrative that invites interpretation, the space and pacing reflects how artists internalize the world, and how the world internalizes them.
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Dear Fiends, my elfin* art book, Riddled With Spots, is now available @theMuseumOfModernArt, and costs only a palindrome. I am very excited to see it sandwiched between bodies/works from Kiki Smith, Salvador Dalí, Judy Chicago, Miyazaki, and Omar Kholeif! If you find yourself in NYC, looking for a gift for an artist, this one is full of hidden messages to discover. There is also a hinty codex online somewhere (a pdf with notes), for any teachers out there who wish to use it to engage Others in acts of symbolic perception. MoMA Bookstore photo courtesy of @btschweda, A. Keck Press. *Small and delicate, typically with an attractively mischievous or strange charm. P.s. My co-author is deceased, and predates Instagram, so the toe-tag will have to suffice. Cheers, dear Whymper! #restinspots