An exciting new monograph from Cuban-American artist Jorge Pardo documenting over 20 public projects from the artist's oeuvre in one volume for the first time. Includes texts by Emma Enderby, Maja Hoffman, Ian Volner, and an interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Jorge Pardo: Public Projects and Commissions, 1996–2018, is the first monograph focusing strictly on the public works and commissions of artist Jorge Pardo. The volume documents, in extensive detail, twenty-four seminal public projects and installations from Pardo’s oeuvre, in over 200 richly illustrated pages. From private residences and boutique hotels to museum installations, city squares, and cafés the book takes a close look at an artist who has toed the line between designer, architect, and craftsman for over thirty years. The publication also presents twelve never-before-seen “unrealized projects” from the artist’s career, discussed in conversation with curator and art historian Hans Ulrich Obrist. Includes texts by curator Emma Enderby, patron Maja Hoffman, and writer Ian Volner. Beautifully designed by Los Angeles based designer Garrick Gott, with over 150 full-color reproductions.