8.75 × 12.5 inches, 96 pages, hardcover
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Entanglements: Louise Bonnet and Adam Silverman at Hollyhock House weaves together the documentation of new works by Louise Bonnet and Adam Silverman with conversations by artists, architects, chefs, and friends whose work and lives are entangled in Los Angeles. Made in response to and installed at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, Bonnet’s paintings and drawing and Silverman’s ceramics engage the house’s hundred-year history as a platform for artists and experimentation. The centerpiece of an arts park, Hollyhock House was only partially realized by Wright and completed by others, and has served as a home, an arts center, a social club, and a house museum. The exhibition foregrounds the many entanglements of place, broadening perspectives on this California house and its layered history. By placing conversations and reflections in dialogue with photo documentation by Joshua White of the installation, the book is a meditation on being intertwined.
Photographs by Joshua White and essay by Abbey Chamberlain Brach. With contributions by Isabelle Albuquerque & Jon Ray, Vinny Dotolo & Jon Shook; Shannon Harvey & Adam Michaels; Michael Maltzan & Amy Murphy; Hardy Ophuls & Sarah Watson; Rob Reynolds & Mary Wigmore; Joe Sola & Erin Wright; and Ricky Swallow & Lesley Vance.