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Heaven and Earth By David Francis
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Full Color Catalog from 2009 Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition at Carkeek Park in Seattle. Curated by Center on Contemporary Art, edited by David Francis, with a history of Carkeek Park and essays by... More > David Francis, Show Curator, Joseph C. Roberts, CoCA Curator, and Ray C. Freeman III, CoCA President. Features art work by Meredith Hall and Vaughn Bell, Barbara De Pirro, Kristin L. Tollefson, Miguel Edwards, Stephen Rock/Rock Brothers, Peppé, Gerry Stecca, Aaron Haba, Sylwia Tur, Julie Lindell, and Todd Lawson.< Less
Otherwise This Stone By David Francis
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A collection in three sections from a poet with passions in archaeology, visual media, assemblage, text art, teaching, and curation. The inaugural volume in CoCA's Occasional Monograph Series,... More > published in celebration of National Poetry Month 2010.< Less
Rootbound: Heaven and Earth IV By David Francis
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Full Color Catalog from 2012 Outdoor Art Exhibition at Carkeek Park in Seattle. Presented by Center on Contemporary Art, curated by David Francis, with essays by David Francis and Willow Fox.... More > Artists include: Seattle: Julie Lindell, Joe Reno, Miguel Edwards, Viewlands Group, Peppé, Brenda Scallon, Alan Fulle, Suze Woolf, Cameron Mason and Lara McIntosh, Josho Somine, Rebecca Maxim, Gary Golightly, The Unearth Collective; Bellevue and Sammamish: Fox Spears, Suzanne Tidwell; California: Judy Shintani; Oregon: Lee Imonen; Vancouver BC: Tiki Mulvihill.< Less
Heaven and Earth III: Cycles of Return By David Francis
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Full Color Catalog from 2011 Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition at Carkeek Park and Point Shilshole Beach in Seattle. Presented by Center on Contemporary Art, curated by David Francis, with essays by... More > David Francis, Dan Smith, Brian Gay, and Ray C. Freeman III. Features art work by Anette Lusher, Thendara Kida Gee, Chris Papa, Barbara De Pirro, Gabriel Brown, Aaron Haba, April Lelia, Brian Gerich, Miguel Edwards, By Hand Fiber Consortium, Reginald Brooks, Stephen Rock, Zucker, Turner, Jacobson, Peppe, Julie Lindell, Matt Babcock, Eden Rivers, Teresa Burrelsmann, Dan Smith, Sylwia Tur, and David Francis.< Less
CoCA Parks 2010 By David Francis
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Combined catalog of CoCA's two 2010 outdoor sculpture exhibitions, Heaven and Earth II at Carkeek Park and Overgrowth and Understory at Cougar Mountain Regional Wildlands Park. The work of over 30... More > artists is represented. Maps of the exhibitions and essays about each show by curator David Francis round out the volume.< Less
Acclimatized: Heaven and Earth 5 By David Francis
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Full Color Catalog from 2013 Outdoor Art Exhibition at Carkeek Park in Seattle. Presented by Center on Contemporary Art, curated by David Francis, with notes, essays, and background information from... More > the curator. Includes in-situ images of all works, and artist's statements from all 14 participating artists.< Less
Otherwise This Stone: CoCA Occastional Monographs in Poetry No 1 By David Francis
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A collection in three sections from a poet with passions in archaeology, visual media, assemblage, text art, teaching, and curation. The inaugural volume in CoCA's Occasional Monograph Series, in... More > celebration of National Poetry Month 2010.< Less
Change-Seed By David Francis
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Change-Seed explores issues of autonomy and identity in the work of 25 artists working mostly in photography and video, in addition to other media. While art communities in the United States are... More > increasingly interested in contemporary art from China (Ai Wei Wei is a celebrity), very few understand or recognize the differences between the mainland, the SARs, and Taiwan. Change-Seed seeks to update American audiences on more recent developments in the Asian art world scene. In contrast to mainland China, the work is often small in size and technologically savvy, while reflecting similar concerns with cultural iconicity, the body, and functionality. Artists include: Occupy Art Group, Phoebe Man (Venice Biennale), Sunny Wang, Carol Lee Mei Kuen, Anita Yau, Wai Yim Wong, Samson Young, Laurent Segretier, and others. Artists selected by Curator-at-Large and previous CoCA Board Member (2010-2015), David Francis.< Less
Across the Divide IV: The New Boondocks By David Francis, Kevin Bell
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Full Color catalog from 2010 show at Center on Contemporary Art. Since 2009, Seattle-based CoCA has explored the concept of exchanging artwork with contemporary art organizations, collectives, and... More > art departments east of the Cascade Mountains in the interior west with their series Across the Divide. For the fourth incarnation of the series, "The New Boondocks", CoCA featured the work of 8 artists working in Montana alongside a group of 8 artists selected from the west side of the Cascades. The Exhibition addresses the proposition that the postmodern environment has spread into the rural landscape to the point where the art of the rural/ suburban/urban landscapes are indistinguishable. East of the Cascades is represented by Brad Allen, Nicole Pietrantoni, Matt Hamon, Edgar Smith, Kevin Bell, Karina Noel Hean, Trey Hill, and James Bailey. West of the Cascades is represented by Natalie Niblack, Janet Fagen, Gary Berg, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Lily Martina Lee, Zack Bent, Aaron Haba, and Libby Gerber.< Less
Limb from Limb: The Arboreal Art of Peppé By David Francis, Peppé
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Catalog of the sculptor Peppé's 2011 Exhibition at the Center on Contemporary Art's Georgetown Gallery at Seattle Design Center, subsequently moved to the CoCA Showroom in the same building.... More > This volume includes all the pieces in the original exhibition, plus additional pieces by Peppé not in the Gallery show, with commentary by CoCA president Ray C. Freeman III and an essay by CoCA curator-at-large David Francis.< Less