The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles is offering two different publications in conjunction its Marjorie Cameron exhibit. There’s the book of Jack Parsons’ poetry illustrated by Cameron called “Songs For The Witch Woman” AND and SECOND book by the same title: the Cameron Parsons Foundation produced a 88-page catalogue with approximately 75 full-color illustrations. The main essay is written by Yael Lipschutz and the foreword by MOCA Director, Philippe Vergne. As mentioned earlier this week MOCA has hosted Cameron: Songs for the Witch Woman from October 11, 2014 to January 18, 2015 (extended an extra week!) at MOCA Pacific Design Center. Organized by guest curator Yael Lipschutz, the exhibition was the largest survey of Cameron’s work since 1989 and included approximately 91 artworks and ephemeral artifacts. Alma Ruiz, Senior Curator at MOCA was the coordinating curator.
You can order both books here: http://mocastore.myshopify.com/products/cameron-songs-for-the-witch-woman-exhibition-catalogue