1996, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver
80 pages, colour, paperback
Exhibition catalogue from the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery (25 October—14 December 1996).
Texts by Scott Watson, Laurence A. Rickels, Gary Indiana.
The Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery has organized the first one-person museum exhibition of Los Angeles artist, Larry Johnson. Johnson’s work is a hybrid of photography, text, animation, graphic design and painting. His works investigate American language by zeroing in on the bizarre epiphanies and cruel despair of a new consciousness created by the totalization of consumer culture. The work is beautiful and polemical. Johnson’s work offers a caustic view of American reality from a queer perspective.[more]