Catalog Archive

 


  Vivarium . Published on occasion of Zelazny's fifth solo exhibition at Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago IL. March 3 - May 5th, 2018. More information  here.

Vivarium. Published on occasion of Zelazny's fifth solo exhibition at Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago IL. March 3 - May 5th, 2018. More information here.

  Mary Lou Zelazny.  This catalog includes a brief survey of Zelazny's work from 2017.

Mary Lou Zelazny. This catalog includes a brief survey of Zelazny's work from 2017.

  Analog RAM: The Return of Active Memory  was published in conjunction with the 2016 exhibition, curated by Mary Lou Zelazny, at the Research House for Asian Art, Chicago. Edited and self-published by Zelazny, the catalog features a compilation of essays by students and educators on the topic of figure drawing and memory. More information on Analog Ram  here.

Analog RAM: The Return of Active Memory was published in conjunction with the 2016 exhibition, curated by Mary Lou Zelazny, at the Research House for Asian Art, Chicago. Edited and self-published by Zelazny, the catalog features a compilation of essays by students and educators on the topic of figure drawing and memory. More information on Analog Ram here.

  Touch and Go, Ray Yoshida and his Spheres of Influence  accompanied Ray Yoshida's 2011 retrospective at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Sullivan Galleries. This book traces Yoshida's oeuvre as well as the work of the students he influenced and later collected throughout his teaching career.

Touch and Go, Ray Yoshida and his Spheres of Influence accompanied Ray Yoshida's 2011 retrospective at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Sullivan Galleries. This book traces Yoshida's oeuvre as well as the work of the students he influenced and later collected throughout his teaching career.

  This is Paul Halupka  documents a small group exhibition curated by Jessica Cochran and presented by the Contemporary Arts Council.  This is Paul Halupka  was held at Colombia College Chicago, 2011.

This is Paul Halupka documents a small group exhibition curated by Jessica Cochran and presented by the Contemporary Arts Council. This is Paul Halupka was held at Colombia College Chicago, 2011.

  Altogether Mutable:   the Work of Mary Lou Zelazny.  Published in an edition of 500, this catalog accompanied Zelazny's thirty year retrospective at the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago in 2009. Essay by curator and exhibition director Allison Peters Quinn details Zelazny's biography and practice, while investigating trends and shifts throughout her oeuvre. The main essay is complemented by  Clea , a work of short fiction by John Haskell. See the retrospective  here .   

Altogether Mutable: the Work of Mary Lou Zelazny. Published in an edition of 500, this catalog accompanied Zelazny's thirty year retrospective at the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago in 2009. Essay by curator and exhibition director Allison Peters Quinn details Zelazny's biography and practice, while investigating trends and shifts throughout her oeuvre. The main essay is complemented by Clea, a work of short fiction by John Haskell. See the retrospective here.

 

  Not Just Another Pretty Face    documents the 2008 iteration of a perennial exhibition held at the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago.  Not Just Another Pretty Face  cultivates collaborations between artists and patrons. Introduction by Chuck Thurow and Kate Lorenz.

Not Just Another Pretty Face documents the 2008 iteration of a perennial exhibition held at the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago. Not Just Another Pretty Face cultivates collaborations between artists and patrons. Introduction by Chuck Thurow and Kate Lorenz.

  Creative Imaginings  features works from the Howard A. and Judith Tullman Collection at the Mobile Museum of Art, AL. Introduction by Paul William Richelson and Howard A. Tullman.

Creative Imaginings features works from the Howard A. and Judith Tullman Collection at the Mobile Museum of Art, AL. Introduction by Paul William Richelson and Howard A. Tullman.

  Transcultural Visions 2: Polish American Contemporary Art  was published in conjunction with an exhibition curated by Elżbieta Kościelak and Małgorzata Kościelak.  Transcultural Visions  was shown at the Hyde Park Art Center and the National Museum in Szczecin, Poland. This book, with essays by Corey Postiglione and Robert J. Loescsher, reflects on global flows and the Polish immigrant American experience.

Transcultural Visions 2: Polish American Contemporary Art was published in conjunction with an exhibition curated by Elżbieta Kościelak and Małgorzata Kościelak. Transcultural Visions was shown at the Hyde Park Art Center and the National Museum in Szczecin, Poland. This book, with essays by Corey Postiglione and Robert J. Loescsher, reflects on global flows and the Polish immigrant American experience.

  Next in the Gallery  surveys the solo shows held during the year of 2004 at the Herron Gallery, Indianapolis, IN.

Next in the Gallery surveys the solo shows held during the year of 2004 at the Herron Gallery, Indianapolis, IN.

  Sextablos: Works on Metals  was designed for the Sextablos exhibition premiere at the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago. This traveling show, curated by Michael Hernandez de Luna, asked artists to examine America's attitude toward sex through the form of  retablo  painting.

Sextablos: Works on Metals was designed for the Sextablos exhibition premiere at the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago. This traveling show, curated by Michael Hernandez de Luna, asked artists to examine America's attitude toward sex through the form of retablo painting.

  Something in Common: The Women Faculty in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago  accompanied an exhibition organized by Pala Jacqueline Townsend and held at Artemisia Gallery, Chicago. The text features essays by Carol Becker, Barbara Jaffee, and Mary Jane Jacob.

Something in Common: The Women Faculty in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago accompanied an exhibition organized by Pala Jacqueline Townsend and held at Artemisia Gallery, Chicago. The text features essays by Carol Becker, Barbara Jaffee, and Mary Jane Jacob.

  The Chicago Show.  Organized by the Department of Cultural Affairs, The Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Contemporary Art, this catalog documents an exhibition juried by Neal Benezra, Kenneth C. Burkhart and Lynne Warren. The exhibit was shown at the Chicago Cultural Center in 1990.

The Chicago Show. Organized by the Department of Cultural Affairs, The Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Contemporary Art, this catalog documents an exhibition juried by Neal Benezra, Kenneth C. Burkhart and Lynne Warren. The exhibit was shown at the Chicago Cultural Center in 1990.

  From America's Studio  was published in conjunction with two exhibitions honoring the 125th anniversary of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The catalog details the cultural significance of the SAIC in a forward by guest curators - Neal Benezra and James Yood - and in essays by Robert Storr and Dennis Adrian.

From America's Studio was published in conjunction with two exhibitions honoring the 125th anniversary of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The catalog details the cultural significance of the SAIC in a forward by guest curators - Neal Benezra and James Yood - and in essays by Robert Storr and Dennis Adrian.

  Chicago Artists in the European Tradition  was published on occasion of the exhibition, curated by Lynne Warren.  Writings by Warren and Bruce Guenther trace the historical influences of ten Chicago artists and consider the implications of being a contemporary artist working in the Midwest.

Chicago Artists in the European Tradition was published on occasion of the exhibition, curated by Lynne Warren.  Writings by Warren and Bruce Guenther trace the historical influences of ten Chicago artists and consider the implications of being a contemporary artist working in the Midwest.

  Self-Portraits Then or Now  documents a juried exhibition of 55 artists from Illinois. An essay by James Yood considers the history of portraiture and the contemporary self-portrait.

Self-Portraits Then or Now documents a juried exhibition of 55 artists from Illinois. An essay by James Yood considers the history of portraiture and the contemporary self-portrait.

  The Big Pitcher  was published in conjunction with an exhibition curated by Deven Golden and Michael Zieve. The Big Pitcher was held at the Hyde Park Art Center in 1983.

The Big Pitcher was published in conjunction with an exhibition curated by Deven Golden and Michael Zieve. The Big Pitcher was held at the Hyde Park Art Center in 1983.

 

Publications


  Stare Magazine , Spudnik Press, Chicago, IL, 2004. 

Stare Magazine, Spudnik Press, Chicago, IL, 2004. 

  Chicago's McCormick West Art Collection , Paul Klein, Chicago, IL, 2007.

Chicago's McCormick West Art Collection, Paul Klein, Chicago, IL, 2007.

  Margaret Klimek Phillips Fellowship Recipients , edited by Mel Theobald, published by Carl R. Klimek, St. Charles, IL, 2003.

Margaret Klimek Phillips Fellowship Recipients, edited by Mel Theobald, published by Carl R. Klimek, St. Charles, IL, 2003.

  New American Paintings  -   Number 35, The Open Studios Press, Wellesley, Massachusetts , 2001.

New American Paintings - Number 35, The Open Studios Press, Wellesley, Massachusetts , 2001.

  New American Paintings  -   Number 11, The Open Studios Press, Wellesley, Massachusetts , 1997.

New American Paintings - Number 11, The Open Studios Press, Wellesley, Massachusetts , 1997.

  New Observations  - Issue #109 : The City as Mnemonic Device, New York, NY, November - December 1995.

New Observations - Issue #109 : The City as Mnemonic Device, New York, NY, November - December 1995.

  High Visibility , Arts Midwest, Minneapolis, MN, 1992.

High Visibility, Arts Midwest, Minneapolis, MN, 1992.

  Spirited Visions : Portraits of Chicago Artists by Patty Carroll , University of Illinois Press, Urbana and Chicago, IL, 1991.

Spirited Visions : Portraits of Chicago Artists by Patty Carroll, University of Illinois Press, Urbana and Chicago, IL, 1991.

  Nit & Wit Magazine  - Volume 7 Number 4, Geneva, IL, October 1986. 

Nit & Wit Magazine - Volume 7 Number 4, Geneva, IL, October 1986. 

  Product Mass , Bookspace Publication No. 10, Chicago, IL, 1984.

Product Mass, Bookspace Publication No. 10, Chicago, IL, 1984.