Michael Cook, Beaconsfield Overflow, Garrison Creek Relief Sewer, Toronto, 2008
Andrew Emond, Garrison Creek, Toronto, 2010
We are happy to be expanding our fundraising collection Art From The Anthologies for Alphabet City with the addition of Six New Editions.
The six photographs by Montreal artist Andrew Emond and Toronto’s Michael Cook bring to light places the average citizen never sees, the underground waterways, watersheds, and infrastructural networks that flow beneath our feet.
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Our collaboration, Art From The Anthologies, began with works from Alphabet City’s WATER anthology (co-published last year with The MIT Press) and includes editions by Eamon Mac Mahon, Stefan Petranek, and Meredith Carruthers & Susannah Wesley. The works are exclusively available for purchase online through the Circuit Gallery website – www.circuitgallery.com.
Watch for more editions to be announced in the near future as we continue to develop this series of very affordable limited edition artworks drawn from two decades of Alphabet City’s compelling, and always relevant, publications. (Stay tuned for news about the launch of AbC’s forthcoming publication AIR.)
About Alphabet City
Alphabet City is a series of annual hardcover anthologies originating from Toronto, Canada. Each volume in the series addresses a one-word topic of global concern and draws on the diverse perspectives of writers and artists from many cultures and disciplines. Each book is a graphically rich and textually surprising combination of images and texts that critically and imaginatively reinvents the topic at hand. Learn more »