Montserrat College of Art Gallery
presents innovative exhibitions
of contemporary art that feature
regional, national and
international artists ranging
from emerging to established.
Our core mission is to cultivate
learning, celebrate artistic excellence, and to inspire
a lifelong involvement in art
and design.

exhibition catalogues

To purchase an exhibit catalogue or brochure, please email gallery@montserrat.edu or call 978.867.9604. ----All prices include shipping and handling.

Wish You Were There?
$10
A 14 page self-cover with color images, exhibition checklist and essay by exhibition curator Leonie Bradbury. The exhibition featured work by Mary Anne Davis, Gregory Euclide, Merritt Kirkpatrick, Alex Lukas, Abigail Newbold and Amy Wilson.
Random Access: Data as Art
$10
A 14 page self-cover with color images, exhibition checklist and essays by Kris Anderson and exhibition curator Leonie Bradbury. The exhibition featured work by Joelle Dietrick, Reese Inman, George Legrady, Nathalie Miebach, Casey Reas.

Home Sweet Home
Catalogue: $10
A 14 page self-cover with color images, exhibition checklist and essays by Esther Tornai Thyssen and exhibition curator Leonie Bradbury. The exhibition Home Sweet Home featured site specific installations by artists: Elizabeth Alexander, Samantha Fields and Kirsten Reynolds.



For the Record: Searching for Objectivity in Global Conflict
Catalogue: $15
A 14 page self-cover with color images, exhibition checklist and essays by exhibition curators Gordon Arnold and Leonie Bradbury. The exhibition For the Record: Searching for Objectivity in Global Conflict featured artists: Fiona Banner, Nina Berman, Matthew Ernst, Harun Farocki, Benjamin Lowy, steve Mumford, James O'Neill, Gerhard Richter, Sophie Ristelhueber and Rob Roy.



A Debt to Pleasure
Catalogue: $10
A 14 page self-cover with color images, exhibition checklist and an essay by exhibition curator Leonie Bradbury. The exhibition "A Debt to Pleasure" featured five artists whose work serves as a gateway into the history of painting and inspires viewers to look closer at works both present and the past. Artists: Julie Heffernan, David Ording, Shelley Reed, Erik Thor Sandberg, and Anne Siems.



On Location: Drawing Every Day

Catalogue: $10
A 16-page self-cover with color images, exhibition checklist and essays by Leonie Bradbury, Lucas Spivey, Sara Santarsiero, Maggie Cavallo, Lydia Gordon and Jordan Elquist. On Location: Drawing Everyday, curated by Leonie Bradbury, featured 7 artists whose drawings connect to the tradition of the artist as a reporter, the illustrated travelogue, and the newfound resurgence of observational drawing as seen in the Urban Sketchers and the "drawing a day" movement. Artists:Peter Arkle, Gabriel Campanario, Elissa Della-Piana, Margaret Hurst, Kyle David Lindholm, Fred Lynch, and Veronica Lawlor



The Morning Exciting
Catalogue: $10
A 16-page self-cover with color images, exhibition checklist and an essay by exhibition curator Shana Dumont. The Morning Exciting featured four artists who transport viewers to alternative realities with myths, space travel and surreal combinations of futurism and nostalgia. Artists: Robert Amesbury, Ronnie Bass, David OReilly and Alexia Stamatiou.

2011 NEMA Publications Award: Exhibition Catalogues, Joint First Place

 

 

America Now
Catalogue: $10

A 16-page self-cover with color images, exhibition checklist and an essay by exhibition curators Leonie Bradbury and Shana Dumont. America Now featured six photographers to explore their commentary on regional identity within the context of increased globalization. Artist: Daniel Cheek. Ben Huff, Shane Lavalette, Laura McPhee, Alec Soth and Zoe Strauss.

2011 NEMA Publications Award: Exhibition Catalogues, Joint First Place

 

 

Anna Hepler: Intricate Universe
Catalogue: $10

A 16-page self-cover catalogue with color images, exhibition checklist and an essay by exhibition curator Leonie Bradbury. For Intricate Universe, the artist presented three interconnected bodies of work: small dioramas depicting monumental sculptural installations in gallery interiors, a series of woodcuts, and a site-specific sculpture Arrest, Array.

2010 NEMA Publications Award: Exhibition Catalogues, First Place

 

 

Thorpe Feidt: The Alchemist's Altar
Catalogue: $15

A 16-page self-cover catalogue with color images, exhibition checklist and 3,000-word essay by exhibition curator Leonie Bradbury.  The exhibition "The Alchemist's Altar" (January 2009) was a solo exhibition of paintings from The Ambiguities series by Thorpe Feidt.  The series, which Feidt began in 1975, consists of 450 paintings and over 1,000 graphite line drawings.

 

Out of Time: Judith Brassard Brown
Catalogue:$10

A 16-page self-cover catalogue with color images, exhibition checklist and 650-word essay by Exhibition Curators Leonie Bradbury and Shana Dumont.  The exhibition "Out of Time" (November 2008) was a solo exhibition of paintings by Montserrat Faculty Judith Brassard Brown.  The exhibit is travelling to Kingston Gallery, Boston and The Art Complex Museum.

 

In Pursuit of Beauty
Catalogue: $10

A 16-page self-cover catalogue with color images, exhibition checklist and 3,000-word essay by exhibition curator Leonie Bradbury.  The exhibition "In Pursuit of Beauty" (November 2008 - January 2009) featured the artists Julie Chang, Timothy Horn, PIXNIT, Tomas Rivas and Elizabeth Wallace.

2009 NEMA Publications Award: Exhibition Catalogues, Joint First Place

 


Many Kinds of Nothing
Catalogue: $10

16-page self-cover catalogue with color images, exhibition checklist and 3,000-word essay by exhibition curator Shana Dumont. The exhibition "Many Kinds of Nothing" (August - October 2008) featured the artists Roni Horn, Dan Senn, Nancy Murphy Spicer and Liz Sweibel.

2009 NEMA Publications Award: Exhibition Catalogues, Joint First Place 

 

Therefore & Because: Decoding Norman Laliberté
Exhibition brochure with foldout poster: $10

The exhibition brochure features a 2000-word essay by Curator Leonie Bradbury, with nine other illustrated images and an exhibition checklist.  This publication was produced in conjunction with Laliberte's summer 2008 exhibit in the Montserrat Gallery. The reverse side of the brochure features a foldout poster of the mixed media painting A Cogent Historical Account from 2002.  Flat posters are also available.

2009 NEMA Publications Award: Exhibition Posters category, Third Place

 

It's Getting Hot in Here
Catalogue: $10

16-page catalogue with color images of the exhibition artwork and essay by Curators Leonie Bradbury and Shana Dumont.

 

 

Cornucopia: Documenting the Land of Plenty
Catalogue: $10

16-page catalogue accompanying the November 9, 2007 to February 2, 2008 exhibition Cornucopia: Documenting the Land of Plenty featuring artists Chris Jordan, Portia Munson, Brian Ulrich, Danwen Xing and JeongMee Yoon, and essay by Exhibition Curator Leonie Bradbury.

 

Merging Influence: Eastern Elements in New American Art
Catalogue: $10

15-page catalogue accompanying the August 27 - October 27, 2007 exhibition Merging Influence: Eastern Elements in New American Art featuring artists Ahmed Abdalla, Shiva Ahmadi, Kamrooz Aram, Shelly Bahl, Yun-Fei Ji, C. Meng and Eung Ho Park, and essay by Exhibition Curator Shana Dumont.

 

It's Alive! A Laboratory of Biotech Art
Catalogue: $10

12-page catalogue accompanying the February 16, 2007 to April 7, 2007 exhibition It's Alive! A Laboratory of Biotect Art featuring artists Adam Brandejs, Shawn Bailey, Brian Burkhardt, Jennifer Hall, Blyth Hazen, Steve Hollinger, Kevin Jones, Brian Knep, Hunter O'Reilly, Tanit Sakakini and Jennifer Willet, and essay by Exhibition Curator Leonie Bradbury.

 

Electric Wasteland: Urban Art from L.A.
Limited Edition Screenprint: $30

Screenprint featuring artists Date Farmers, Dave Kinsey, Jeff Soto & Aaron White. Designed and printed by Dave Kinsey. Limited edition of 125, shipped in a mailing tube.


 

Electric Wasteland: Urban Art from L.A.
Catalogue: $10

14-page catalogue accompanying the November 3, 2006 to February 3, 2007 exhibition Electric Wasteland: Urban Art from L.A. featuring artists Date Farmers, Dave Kinsey, Jeff Soto and Aaron White, and essay by Exhibition Curator Leonie Bradbury.

2007 NEMA Publication Awards, Exhibit Brochures, 1st Place

 

Making it New: George McNeil & His Students
Catalogue: $10

18-page catalogue accompanying the August 28, 2006 to October 28, 2006 exhibition Making it New: George McNeil & His Students featuring artists George McNeil, Estherly Allen, Thorpe Feidt, Jim Jackson, Tobi Kahn, Rose Olson, Margery Theroux, Adele Travisano, Maria Vitagliano, and Maxine Yalovitz-Blankenship, and essays by Exhibition Curator Leonie Bradbury and artist Thorpe Feidt.

 

Enlightened View: Artists Teaching on Cape Ann
Catalogue: $15

18-page catalogue accompanying the June 2, 2006 to August 12, 2006 exhibition Enlightened View: Artists Teaching on Cape Ann featuring over thirty artists including Stuart Davis, Cecelia Beaux, Fitz Henry Lane and Mark Rothko, and essays by Guest Curator William Trayes and Assistant Curator Shana Dumont.

2007 NEMA Publication Awards, Exhibit Catalogues, 2nd Place

 

Ryan McGinness: Mildly Subversive
Folded Poster: Free, Flat Poster (mailed in a tube): $10

Ryan McGinness designed this poster for his solo exhibition at Montserrat Gallery, his first solo exhibit in New England that took place from February 24 - April 5, 2006.

2007 NEMA Publication Awards, Exhibition Posters, 1st Place

 


 

 

Plastic Princess: Barbie as Art
Catalogue: $10

10 page catalogue accompanying the November 11, 2005 to February 4, 2006 exhibition Plastic Princess, Barbie as Art featuring artists Tula Asselanis, Leika Akiyama, Kathleen Bitetti, Linda Carney-Goodrich, Crudo, Tom Forsythe, Joe Gibbons, Todd Haynes, Jeffrey Heyne, Gwendolyn Holbrow, Richard Leonard, Pia Schachter and Cynthia von Buhler, and essay by Exhibtion Curator Leonie Bradbury.

 

Rob Roy: Global Signatures
Catalogue: $10

10-page catalogue accompanying the September 27, 2005 to October 15, 2007 exhibition Rob Roy: Global Signatures featuring Montserrat Faculty and Painting Department Chair Rob Roy, and essay by Exhibtion Curator Leonie Bradbury.

2006 NEMA Publication Awards, Exhibit Brochures, 3rd Place

 

Sally Heller: Calamitrees and Other Work
Brochure: $5

A brochure accompanying the September 23, 2005 to November 4, 2005 exhibtion Calamitrees and Other Works: A Site-Specific Instalation by New Orleans-based artist Sally Heller. Features images of the installation and essay by Exhibtion Curator Leonie Bradbury.

 

The Founding Faculty
Brochure: $5

A brochure accompanying the August 1, 2005 to September 15, 2005 exhibiton The Founding Faculty featuring the work of Montserrat College of Art founding faculty Oliver Balf, George Gabin, Joseph Jeswald, Roger Martin, Reno Pisano, Paul Scott, Jim Sweeney and Vincent Varvaro, and essay by Established Montserrat Faculty Member Thorpe Feidt.

 

A New Order: Appropriation Art In The Digital Age
Brochure: $5

A brochure accompanying the December 3, 2004 to February 5, 2005 exhibtion A New Order featuring artists Mary Behrens, Elizabeth Cohen, Amy Stacey Curtis, Gary Duehr, Robert Goss, Jane Hesser, D. Jean Hester, Rich McKee Hock, Negativeland and Tim Maloney, Liz Nofziger and Keith Sanborn, with essay by Leonie Bradbury.

2005 NEMA Publication Awards, Exhibition Brochures, Honorable Mention

 

 

Cynth-O-Matic
Catalogue: $10

10-page catalogue accompanying the October 5, 2004 to October 10, 2004 exhibition Cynth-O-Matic featuring New York-based Cynthia von Buhler's Interactive, Performance Art Sculptures, with essay by Leonie Bradbury.

 

Will Barnet: My Father's House
Catalogue: $25

30-page catalogue accompanying the October 1, 2004 to November 23, 2004 exhibition Will Barnet: My Father's House with forward by John Updike and essay by Exhibition Curator Katherine French. To download a pdf of this catalogue click here.

 

Infinitely Specific
Catalogue: $5

6-page catalogue accompanying the January 20, 2004 to February 20, 2004 exhibition Infinitely Specific featuring artists Janine Antoni, Nayland Blake, Mona Hatoum, Zoe Leonard and Gabriel Orozco, with essay by Exhibition Curator Martha Buskirk.

 

The Drawn Idea
Catalogue: $5

6-page catalogue accompanying the October 20, 2003 to December 18, 2003 exhibtion The Drawn Idea: Sculpture and Drawings by Carol Keller, with essay by Exhibition Curator Katherine French.