Eric Wesley (born 1973, Los Angeles) has exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and Foundation Morra Greco, Naples, Italy. Selected group exhibitions include the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Musée d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux; Fundación/Colección, Jumex, Mexico; Museo d’Arte, Benevento, Italy; the 2004 Whitney Bienniall; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; MoMA P.S.1, New York; and the Studio Museum in Harlem. He is one of the founders of Los Angeles’ Mountain School of Arts and lives and works in Los Angeles.
Some Work, published on the occasion of his 2015 exhibition at 356 Mission Rd., includes images and descriptions of Wesley’s major projects and exhibitions from 2001-2015. Designed by the artist, the book includes conceptual representations of several new works presented at 356 Mission Rd., including a fold-out reproduction of the monumental “I Beam U Channel” and a multi-page spread of “Infiniti Project". Some Work is the largest and most complete publication of Wesley’s work to-date, including images and documents from the artist’s personal archive and ephemera from several of his most significant projects, including “New Amsterdam”, presented at Metro Pictures and “Spafice”, presented at the Foundation Morra Greco in Naples.
Softcover, 120 pgs, 97 full color images including a fold-out page and multiple transparency pages, 9 3/4 x 9 3/4 in.
Published by Ooga Booga in 2015 in an edition of 500.