Hugh Hayden: American Vernacular, Collector’s Edition
Note: The books are currently unsigned. Hayden will be able to sign the books by September/October 2023, if you would like to delay shipment. Once you make your purchase, we will email you about this preference.
The first-ever monograph on American artist Hugh Hayden, whose sculptures are known for their engagement with notions of class, race, and cultural assimilation, as well as the construction of nature.
This pioneering study of Hugh Hayden’s work includes 90 full-color images of the artist’s remarkable, labor-intensive sculptural practice over the past decade, as well as critical essays by curator Sarah Montross, Dr. Mark Anthony Neal, Carmen Maria Machado, and an interview between the artist and curator Horace Ballard, PhD.