Please join us for the release of Roni Horn’s new publication ‘LOG’ from Ze Books and a reading of selections from the book by writer, Jarett Earnest, and artists Mary Manning and Diamond Stingily.
Produced daily over a period of fourteen months, ‘LOG’ is a collection of drawings, quotations, collages, photographs, casual commentaries, notes on news and weather events, and original texts by Roni Horn. Known for her conceptually oriented work in diverse media, ‘LOG,’ continues her exploration of identity and difference.
Signed copies of the book will be available for purchase during the event.
This event is free, however, due to limited space, reservations are required.
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About Roni Horn
Roni Horn lives and works in New York. Solo exhibitions include: Tate Modern, London; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Kunsthalle Bregenz; Kunsthalle Hamburg; Kunsthalle Basel; Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona; Fondation Beyeler, Basel; Glenstone Museum, Potomac, Maryland; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich; and The Menil Collection, Houston,Texas.
About Jarrett Earnest
Jarrett Earnest is the author of What it Means to Write About Art: Interviews with Art Critics (David Zwirner Books 2018). Recently he curated the exhibitions including The Young and the Evil, Ray Johnson: What a Dump!, and Jesse Murry: Rising (co-curated with Lisa Yuskavage) all at David Zwirner, NY, and Closer as Love: Polaroids 1993–2007: Breyer P-Orridge at Nina Johnson, Miami. Earnest is also the editor of Devotion (Public Books, 2022), Painting is a Supreme Fiction: Jesse Murry Writings, 1980-1993 (Soberscove, 2021) Hot, Cold, Heavy, Light: 100 Art Writings 1988–2017 by Peter Schjeldahl (Abrams, June 2019).
About Mary Manning
Mary Manning (b. 1972, Alton, Illinois) models a method of close looking in carefully arranged juxtapositions of 35mm analog prints. Taking familiar objects and scenes as their subject matter, Manning’s photos picture people, nature, the street, and everything in between. Conceptualizing “paying attention as a practice of being alive,” the artist insists on the importance and meaning of quiet moments and humdrum things. For Manning, photography is an exercise in recording and collecting—often prints are paired with saved mementos such as insect parts, a restaurant napkin, or a plastic bag. The works exemplify both photography and looking as acts of care, tenderly drawing our attention to modest but remarkable moments.
About Diamond Stingily
Diamond Stingily is an artist from Chicago, Illinois living in Brooklyn, NY. She is represented by galleries: Queer Thoughts (NY), Cabinet (London) and Isabella Bortolozzi (Berlin). Her work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; The Whitney Museum, New York; The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami; The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; and the Museum Ludwig, Cologne; among others. She hosted poetry radio show The Diamond Stingily Show featuring Special Guest and Friends on KnowWave Radio and Sparkle Nation Bookclub on Montez Press Radio with poets, Gabrielle Rucker and Precious Okoyomon. She recently starred in artist, Martine Syms, first feature film The African Desperate as Palace Bryant.