Michael Torosian


Essay by Shirley J. Madill

Interview by Carol Lowrey


Published in conjunction with the Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, on the occasion of Michael Torosian's first one-man exhibition in New York City.

In her introductory essay, Shirley J. Madill, Curator of Contemporary Art and Photography at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, explores the lineage of the nude in art, the transformation of perceptions of women, and Torosian's distinctive contribution as he works to define a new form. The essay is complemented by an interview with the artist conducted by New York-based art historian Carol Lowrey.


Composed in Linotype Electra with Castellar for display and printed on mould-made Frankfurt paper. Eight duotone plates and one original gelatin-silver print by the artist tipped in. Quarter bound in cloth and French marbled paper over boards; enclosed in a slipcase. Forty-eight pages; 6 x 9 inches. Edition 50. April 1987. Signed by the artist.


Out of print.