This artist book from Aaron Flint Jamison gathers all of the official legal documents from the 2016 court case. The case, brought by the Portland art center and gallery, Yale Union, contested a ruling by Multnomah County that disregarded the institution's status as a non-profit "art museum" in the setting of property tax rates. Jamison is a co-founder and Board Chair of Yale Union. Part of this publication includes the transcription of the court hearing in which Jamison gave testimony.
Produced on the occasion of Jamison's exhibition at Galerie Max Mayer in Düsseldorf, Germany from May 6 to July 1, 2017.
Hardcover, 464 pages, 8.5 inches x 11 inches, English, Galerie Max Mayer, 2017.
Printed, sewn, and glued in Portland, Oregon, at Yale Union. Edition of 100.