New York: Lisa Cooley, 2010.
Hardcover. Fine. Item #52567
Octavo. 72pp. Exhibition catalogue. Full-page illustrations of the artist's found-object work that were exhibited at the Lisa Cooley gallery May 9 thought June 27, 2010.
"Andy Coolquitt’s abstract, linear sculptures made of joined pipes, broom handles, discarded lighters, beer bottles, light bulbs, straws, and crayons, are minimalist, ordered rearrangements of the raw world from which their components are sourced. Human-scaled and oddly anthropomorphic, Coolquitt’s work relates to the body in scale and form. Many times the works are functional, but Coolquitt is more interested in their dysfunction and their tenuous relationship with practicality."-new york art beat.