Los Angeles-based artist, Eric Wesley was born in 1973 in Los Angeles. His work, which can take the form of sculpture, painting, drawing, architectural model or public artwork proposal, often uses decrepit materials and conveys a humorous take on the world and his own identity within it. For the 2004 Whitney Biennial, he created scale sets for a faux reality show; his 2000 kinetic sculpture "Kicking Ass" was a mechanized donkey that kicked holes in the gallery wall behind it.
This small monograph is the first publication dedicated solely to the artist's work and is published on the occasion of his 2006 exhibition as part of the MOCA Focus series.
Softcover, Perfect Bound, 60 pages, 8.1 inches x 10 inches, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles 2006.