Continuum: a Yoffy Press Triptych
Abelardo Morell, Alyssa McDonald, Irina Rozovsky
Continuum is part of Yoffy Press' Triptych series and features Abelardo Morell, Irina Rozovsky and Alyssa McDonald. In each Triptych, three artists are given a word to inspire the creation of a small book of work. The books are sold as a set, inviting the viewer into the collaboration to make connections between the projects and the overarching theme.
Continuum examines the relationship between student and teacher and how that dynamic can shift, reverse and fuse over time.
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER
Expected release, March 2019
Softcover, set of three books
8.75 x 6 inches
each book is 40 pages
Edition of 250
ISBN: 978-1-949608-04-5 (book 1, Abelardo Morell)
ISBN: 978-1-949608-05-2 (book 2, Alyssa McDonald)
ISBN: 978-1-949608-06-9 (book 3, Irina Rozovsky)
Trade Edition: $40.00
About Abelardo Morell
Abelardo Morell was born in Havana, Cuba in 1948. He immigrated to the United States with his parents in 1962. Morell received his undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College and his MFA from The Yale University School of Art. He has received an honorary degree from Bowdoin College in 1997 and from Lesley University in 2014.
His publications include a photographic illustration of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1998) by Dutton Children’s Books, A Camera in a Room (1995) by Smithsonian Press, A Book of Books (2002) and Camera Obscura (2004) by Bulfinch Press,vAbelardo Morell (2005), published by Phaidon Press, The Universe Next Door (2013), published by The Art Institute of Chicago, and Tent-Camera (2018), published by Nazraeli Press. His most recent body of work, Flowers for Lisa, was published by Abrams in October 2018.
He has received a number of awards and grants, which include a Guggenheim fellowship in 1994 and an Infinity Award in Art from ICP in 2011. In November 2017, he received a Lucie Award for achievement in fine art.
His work has been collected and shown in many galleries, institutions and museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York, The Chicago Art Institute, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Houston Museum of Art, The Boston Museum of Fine Art, The Victoria & Albert Museum and over seventy other museums in the United States and abroad. A retrospective of his work organized jointly by the Art Institute of Chicago, The Getty in Los Angeles and The High Museum in Atlanta closed in May 2014 after a year of travel. This November, he will have a show of his work Flowers for Lisa on display at Edwynn Houk Gallery in New York City.
About Alyssa McDonald
Alyssa McDonald is a New England native and photographic artist based in Boston. She graduated with honors from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography. She continues to pursue her own photography while working as a photographer's assistant & studio manager. Most recently, she has exhibited her photographs in group shows at ROW DTLA for the Lucie Foundation's Month of Photography Los Angeles, SE Center for Photography in Greenville, South Carolina and Millepiani Exhibition Space in Rome, Italy, Aviary Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts and Dehn Gallery in Manchester, Connecticut. She has work in three upcoming shows in 2019 including a group exhibition at the Rhode Island Photographic Arts Center in Providence, Rhode Island, The Cumberland Valley Photographers Exhibition at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown, Maryland and Women Photographers Today at Valid Photo in Barcelona, Spain. She was part of Photolucida's Critical Mass Top 200 and received an honorable mention in the 12th Annual Julia Margaret Cameron Awards. She is a part of two upcoming publications set to release in 2019— Continuum, which is a part of Yoffy Press' Triptych Series and Volume 1 Issue 2 of Nine’s Photography Zine titled This Land.
About Irina Rozovsky
Irina Rozovsky (born in Moscow, raised in the US), makes photographs of people and places, transforming external landscapes into interior states. Her work has been published, exhibited, and awarded internationally. She lives and works in Athens, Georgia.