Glenn Ligon

Work, Work, Work, Work, Work, Work

Glenn Ligon’s documentation of his studio and practice offers a glimpse into the way the artist sees his work and understands his process.

This artist-conceived volume – focusing on the past four years – traces the trajectory of Ligon’s art-making, intimately chronicling the development of paintings, neons, and works on paper, as well as time spent in his studio spaces and other personal moments.

These images are set in conversation with Soihu V’voihu (for Glenn Ligon), a new poem by writer and artist Gregg Bordowitz that uses the form of multiple haikus to explore the juxtapositions, geometries, and associations of Ligon’s practice.

Published with Hauser & Wirth.

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