HEAD FAKE | Jason Brinkerhoff | Last 12 copies + Original Drawing

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HEAD FAKE | Jason Brinkerhoff | Last 12 copies + Original Drawing

200.00

89 pages, 40 color plates
6 x 8 1/2 in.
Perfect bound softcover

Designed and published by Ampersand Editions, 2013
Printed and bound in Portland, Oregon at Brown Printing
Edition of 200

The last 12 copies are signed and include your choice of an original signed drawing by the artist, shown at left. Each work measures 5 1/2 x 4 inches, mixed media on found vintage card stock.

HEAD FAKE is among our favorite books published through the gallery imprint over the past few years. Coinciding with Jason's first solo exhibition at the gallery, it marked the beginning of a collaborative partnership that continues to this date. 

The book is a conceptual taxonomy of source material that functions in Brinkerhoff’s studio as input to the drawing processes at hand. It is comprised of collected vintage photos, newspaper clippings, fashion spreads and video stills, which Brinkerhoff refers to as objects. The singular focus on heads, in this case all female, provides a specific container by which he can present the range of source material he employs. It also draws attention to the psychological detachments that operate in the work’s creation, the head being separate from the body and the container where boundaries of influence are by turns at odds and in harmony with the mental states that condition results.

Brinkerhoff’s work has been featured in exhibitions at White Columns, Zieher Smith and The Journal in New York; ACME and FRAGO in Los Angeles; and two solo exhibitions at Ampersand. His drawings are in the collections of Charles Saatchi and the Dallas Museum of Art.

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