Artbook Bookstores



We process orders on Fridays. Please keep this in mind when selecting a shipping option at checkout.

EU shipments are subject to local tax upon arrival. Thank you for your understanding.

Limited editions, out-of-print, signed titles and international shipments will be shipped FedEx. Please DO NOT select USPS. Additional charges will be applied if USPS is selected.



Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore
22-25 Jackson Ave (at 46th Ave.)
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 433-1088 booksmomaps1@artbook.com
Store hours:
Mon, Thurs, Sun: 12–6 PM
Fri: 12-4PM
Sat: 12–8 PM 


Artbook @ Hauser & Wirth Bookstore
917 East 3rd St. Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 988-7413
bookshw-la@artbook.com
Store hours:
Tues–Sun: 11AM–6PM



       
︎︎︎GO BACK HOME PAGE ︎

VIEW MY SHOPPING CART ︎

EXPLORE OUR THEMATIC READING LISTS ︎

Sarah Cain:
Enter the Center
Edited with interview by Ian Berry. Text by Andy Campbell, Lauren Haynes.
Poem by Bernadette Mayer.

SIGNED BY SARAH CAIN AT LOS ANGELES ART BOOK FAIR 2023


Los Angeles-based painter Sarah Cain works on canvases of all sizes, often modifying them by cutting and braiding, painting on all sides and installing the canvas with the back of the painting facing the viewer. She also paints on other surfaces, including interior and exterior walls, floors, furniture and dollar bills.
Cain's process often involves altering and disfiguring a composition until the original image is no longer recognizable. Her process of creation and destruction frequently includes found objects and is steeped in the history of painting and feminist art practices. Cain's work is a challenge to the patriarchal hierarchies of painting. "Almost everything about Cain's paintings—their speed, their brashness, their noodling compositions, their splashes and spray-painted scribbles, their tacky accouterments, their sense of absurdity—seems to undermine the gravitas that large-scale painting traditionally projects," wrote Jonathan Griffin, in the New York Times.
Sarah Cain: Enter the Center features new writings and previously unpublished photographs and documentation of dozens of artworks with a focus on the last decade of Cain's exuberant and unique paintings and installations.

DelMonico Books 
Hardcover | 8 x 11”
| 132 pgs