Please join us to celebrate the launch of “Elsa Gramcko: The Invisible Plot of Things”, the first comprehensive monograph dedicated to the late Venezuelan artist. On this occasion, we are delighted to host exhibition curator Gabriela Rangel and writer Aruna D’Souza in conversation, moderated by Claudia Calirman, Associate Professor of Art History & Chair, Department of Art & Music, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY.
“Elsa Gramcko: The Invisible Plot of Things” features essays by Rangel and D’Souza, which examine Gramcko’s critical approach to petro-modernity, along with unpublished letters the artist wrote to Alejandro Otero in the early 1960s that defined her relationship to objecthood. Also included is a text by Luis Felipe Farías S. and a conversation between Gramcko, Miguel Miguel, and Margot Römer.
“Elsa Gramcko: The Invisible Plot of Things” is published by James Cohan & Sicardi I Ayers I Bacino with special thanks to Todd Bradway and ARTBOOK LLC & D.A.P. | Distributed Art Publishers, Inc.
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