Imagery by Sam HEYDT alongside Allen Ginserg's 1955 poem Howl, dedicated then and now to Carl Solomon.
HEYDT’S FINE ART CATALOGS PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE INSIGHT INTO THE WORK OF THE ARTIST, RENDERING IT AN EXCELLENT STARTING POINT FOR COLLECTORS DISCOVERING HEYDT'S WORK FOR THE FIRST TIME.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
HEYDT's work has been internationally exhibited in a constellation of galleries & museums throughout Europe, Iceland, Australia, UK, US and Russia. Her work is concerned with absence of destiny, beauty in banality and the role of semiology in commodification & consumerism.
DESCRIPTION OF CATALOGS:
HEYDT's limited edition fine art catalogs are perfect bound and packed cover-to-cover with vibrant full-bleed images, with laminated sulfate paperboard at 250 grams/sq. meter. High standards and attention to detail are reflected in each edition art catalog, which is numbered and signed off on by the artist, Sam HEYDT.