This publication was created on occasion of the solo exhibition 'Christopher K. Ho: Regional Painting' by Christopher K. Ho, between November and December 2010, at the Winkleman Gallery in New York. It is an exhibition essay.

Hirsch E.P. Rothko by Hirsch E.P. Rothko recounts a year Christopher K. Ho spent in the mountains living and working in a license plate shed under the pseudonym Hirsch E.P. Rothko, an anagram of his name. The novella is a dramatized account of a lived experience. The nine-chapter narrative contains a polemic about regional painting's relevance.
Alternative title

Hirsch E. P. Rothko's Hirsch E. P. Rothko (with Inez Kruckev)

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Onsite

Location code MONS.HOC2
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2010

No of pages

94

ISBN / ISSN

9780980198522

No of copies

2

Content type

artist monograph, 

catalogue

Chapter headings
One: I think (of Paint), Therefore I Am
Two: Terminated by RISD
Three: Car Crash
Four: Telluride Locals
Five: An Art History Lesson
Six: The License Plate Shed
Seven: I Paint
Eight: My Concept is Triangles
Nine: Ah Haa School for the Arts
Epilogue
Appendix
Hirsch E. P. Rothko's Hirsch E. P. Rothko
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