Rashid Johnson

The Hikers

‘The Hikers’ chronicles American artist, Rashid Johnson’s (b.1977, Chicago) solo exhibition, which was the eponymous collaboration between the Aspen Art Museum (USA), Museo Tamayo (Mexico), and Hauser & Wirth New York (USA).

The centrepiece of these exhibitions – which featured work from Johnson’s diverse practice, including his ceramic tile mosaics, collaged paintings, and sculptures – was Johnson’s film of the same name, an exploration of movement and ‘Blackness’, shot on location in the mountains of Colorado.

This lavish, large-format publication documents each presentation and a related performance at the Aspen Art Museum, alongside a beautiful retelling of the film in stills.

Also featured is a conversation between Johnson and choreographer Claudia Schreier, as well as insightful essays by curators Heidi Zuckerman and Manuela Moscoso.

Published after the exhibition ‘Rashid Johnson: The Hikers’ at Aspen Art Museum (4 July – 3 November 2019), Museo Tamayo (27 July – 10 November 2019), and at Hauser & Wirth New York (12 November 2019 – 25 January 2020).

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