Joyce Kozloff: Co-Ordinates
Joyce Kozloff: Co-Ordinates considers the New York-based artist's paintings and works on paper--which employ the formal structure and conventions of cartography to examine issues of power, gender and global politics--from the late 1990s to the present. This is the first book to consider Kozloff's work since the late 1990s within the broader context of her career and the history of map-related art. Charting her influential contribution to the Pattern and Decoration movement--which was an integral part of the downtown New York art scene of the 1970s--the volume also explores Kozloff's later, large-scale public artworks. Fifty full-color photo spreads are dedicated to key projects--Targets, Boys' Art, American History and Voyages--and accompanied by an essay by critic Nancy Princenthal and an interview with the artist.