Books & Media
A Sense of Balance: The Sculpture of Stoney Lamar, a 70-page full-color exhibition catalogue accompanying the current exhibition by the same name, is now available for purchase....More info
A Sense of Balance: The Sculture of Stoney Lamar, a 70-page full-color exhibition catalogue accompanying the current exhibition by the same name, is now available for purchase here and in the physical Museum Shop. The catalogue features essays by Howard Troxler and Matthew G. Herbert, forward by guest curator Andrew H. Glasgow, and design by David Guinn of Design 1.
Looking Within: Mark Peiser The Art of Glass is a 78 page full color catalog from Peiser's 2003 exhibition at the Asheville Art Museum....More info
This catalog is a comprehensive, full color catalog of Mark Peiser's 2003 exhibition at the Asheville Art Museum. It depicts the evolution of his glass pieces, beginning with his early work from 1967 through to 2003.
This book explores the life and work of influential artist Harvey K. Littleton, founder of America's Studio Glass Movement....More info
Joan Falconer Byrd's new book exploring the work the life and work of Harvey K. Littleton. This book was brought in in conjunction with the Asheville Art Museum's exhibition, Fire on the Mountain: Studio Glass in Western North Carolina.
Shock and the Senseless in Dada and Fluxus is an exploration of how the Fluxus and Dada Art Movements challenged traditional notion of art. Written by Dorothee Brill.
Published by Dartmouth College Press. In conjunction with Flux Cuts.
This beautiful monograph explores the work of artist Mel Chin. Published by the Station Museum of Contemporary Art . 168 pages, full color. Learn more about the artist's earlier exhibition at the Museum....More info
9-11/9-11 is a graphic novel by artist Mel Chin....More info
This self-published graphic novel by artist Mel Chin weaves together two narratives related to the day of September 11th - the terrorist attacks on the the World Trade Center and the military overthrow of Chilean President Salvador Allende 28 years earlier.
This book by Rachel Nash Law and Cynthia W. Taylor has been referred to as the "definitive book on white oak basket making."...More info
295 pages. Published by the University of Tennessee Press.
Kevin Wilson's novel has been selected as October's Discussion Bound Book Club book. It tells the story of what happens when two adult children move back in with their eccentric, avant-garde artist parents....More info
The Family Fang was a New York Times bestseller and heralded as one of the best books of 2011 by numerous publications.
This catalog was produced in conjunction with the Asheville Art Museum's 2000-2001 exhibition, Endings and Beginnings. 82 pages. Full color....More info