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A photo of a book, "Mary Reid Kelley & Patrick Kelley," featuring a kneeling female character who is holding her belly and tilting back in laughter. She has long hair and bug eyes and is rendered in warm grays with black accents. She is posed on gray floorboards against a green background. A photo of a model posing with a book and tote. The book has a photo of a woman dressed in black and white with long black hair and she is kneeling on her knees on the floor in front of a green screen. The tote is black and white and has the phases of the moon in a grid. Below the grid, the tote reads "Blood Moon" and the "O's" are also phases of the moon.

The Fabric Workshop and Museum and Gregory R. Miller & Co.

Mary Reid Kelley & Patrick Kelley

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Description

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley: Blood Moon, this fully illustrated catalogue explores the work of artists Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley from their initial collaboration in 2008 through to their most recent exhibition at The Fabric Workshop and Museum. Featured are new essays and an interview with the artists, a comprehensive compilation of their film scripts, and never-before-seen process imagery.

“The Fabric Workshop has published the first substantial monograph on [Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley’s] work…For the first time, I had all the texts before me at once; I read them one after another, finding jokes inside jokes inside jokes, and many connections I never would have been able to make otherwise.”

—Elvia Wilk, The New York Review of Books

Co-published by The Fabric Workshop and Museum and Gregory R. Miller & Co, 2022
Hardcover, 320 pages / color
Editor: Karen Patterson
Designer: Purtill Family Business

With Contributions by: Jackie Murray, Kathy Noble, Jenelle Porter, Robert Storr, Alec Unkovic, Christina Vassallo, and Catherine Wood

ISBN 978-1-7360146-2-2