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This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition Turn off the Sun, a selection of work from Fundación Jumex, a renowned collection based in Mexico City of more than 2,700 works by emerging and established contemporary artists from Mexico, Latin America, the United States and Europe. The work was selected around the complex relationship between Arizona and Mexico with broad references to borders, labor, movement and site.
Inside and outside of ASU Art Museum’s facilities, the exhibition included works by: Doug Aitken, Francis Alÿs, Iñaki Bonillas, Miguel Calderón, Raul Cardenas/Torolab, Lawrence Carroll, Jose Damasceno, Mark Dion, Sam Durant, Mónica Espinosa, Dan Graham, Cao Guimarães, Daniel Guzmán, Liza Lou, Eduardo Sarabia, Santiago Sierra, Robert Smithson, Superflex, Mungo Thomson, Jeff Wall and a site-specific installation by Alejandro Almanza.
The catalog includes essays by artists, co-curator Michel Blancsube, Kristina Lee Podesva and a conversation among ASU Art Museum co-curators Heather Sealy Lineberry and Julio César Morales.
187 pages. (English/Spanish)
$25.00 ($10.00 shipping and handling)