Structure & Dissonance: 96-page
This new, 96-page catalog is devoted to the work of artist Raymon Elozua.
Raymon Elozua: Structure & Dissonance accompanies the exhibition of the same name, which spans three decades of Elozua’s work and focuses on his recent sculpture in ceramic, steel, and blown glass.
The catalog features essays by Garth Johnson, Paul Phillips and Sharon Sullivan Curator of Ceramics at the Everson Museum of Art; writer and critic Thyrza Nichols Goodeve of the School of Fine Arts, New York; and artist and writer Maria Porges, with an introduction by Elizabeth Dunbar, Director and CEO of the Everson, Professor at California College of the Arts.
“Whether surveying the human wreckage left by the decline of the steel industry or exploring the shuttered “borscht belt” resorts and bungalows of the Catskills, where he now lives, Elozua has always girded his sculptural output with scholarly archival and photography projects, which are documented in this volume,” writes Johnson. “These essays explore the parallels and intersections between his scholarly and artistic investigations.”