Foreword by Lawrence Rinder. Essay by Robert Storr
Published by the Peter Blum Gallery in New York, John Zurier: Paintings 1981–2014 is the first and most complete overview of the work of the Berkeley-based painter. Zurier, whose 2014 BAM/PFA exhibition was his first solo museum show, paints abstract, luminous canvases with hand-mixed pigments that range from subtle, muted earth tones to vibrant, saturated hues. This publication includes 97 full color reproductions of his paintings as well as an informative, in-depth essay by critic Robert Storr. Available on a very limited basis, this appealing volume is essential for anyone with an interest in Bay Area contemporary art.
Hardcover. Published in 2015 by Peter Blum Edition. 152 pages, 97 color images.