National Portrait Gallery  /  Hide/Seek

This exhibition catalogue focuses on themes of sexual difference in American portraiture, from 1880 until 2010.

  • Special edition slipcase with title stamped with clear foil.
  • Front and back covers.
  • Title page spread.
  • The table of contents page is embellished with a small portrait of Susan Sontag by Peter Hujar.
  • Chapter openers are details of artworks, either half-covered or half revealed by a block of flesh-toned color block.
  • Plate 59, a photo taken by twenty year old Nan Goldin, shows her roommate who performed in drag.
  • A detail of the typographic treatment for each catalogue entry.
  • Plate 81 features a portrait of the dancer and choreographer Bill T. Jones painted by Keith Haring and photographed by Tseng Kwong Chi.
  • Plate 83, from his series of Camouflage Self-Portraits, Andy Warhol hides in plain sight.

Other projects completed for the National Portrait Gallery include:

Thumbnail image of the Lines in Long Array for the National Portrait Gallery.

Lines in Long Array

Poetry and photography

Thumbnail image of the Behind the Portrait book for the National Portrait Gallery.

Behind the Portrait

Development book

Thumbnail image of the Portrait of a Nation book for the National Portrait Gallery.

Portrait of a Nation

Book

Thumbnail image of the Opening Day poster for the National Portrait Gallery.

Opening Day

Poster

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George Washington

Exhibition identity, catalogue, and print materials

Thumbnail image of the Legacy: Spain and the U.S. in the Age of Independence catalogue for the National Portrait Gallery.

Legacy

Catalogue

Thumbnail image of Portraying America capital campaign materials for the National Portrait Gallery.

Portraying America

Capital campaign materials