Artist Sheila Elias’s book, Somewhere-Anywhere.
Printed in full-color, Sheila’s newly released publication in conjunction with Nova Southeastern University, traces the evolution of Elias’ art and vision through abstraction and figuration, object and performance, pop and expressionism. With a foreword by distinguished, New York artist-critic Robert C. Morgan, Somewhere-Anywhere features the history of Elias’s art as interpreted by noted Los Angeles critic, curator, and historian Peter Frank, who has followed Elias’s work for almost three decades.
From Le Louvre to Skid Row Los Angeles, Sheila Elias’ unconventional, provocative art is now the subject of a new must have book, by fêted Los Angeles critic, curator, and historian Peter Frank, and New York critic Fulbright Scholar, Robert C. Morgan.
Somewhere-Anywhere, a hypnotizing 144-page turning, color-orgy publication, is an artfully narrated exhibition of Sheila Elias’s dynamic collection of work including paintings, collages, sculptures, photographs, and installations over the past three decades.is available for purchase at Books & Books Bal Harbour, Miami Beach, Coral Gables; Amazon.com, Bass Museum, Frost Art Museum, and Miami Art Museum (MAM).
Book signing at FIU’s Frost Art Museum and informal interview with Museum Director, Carol Damian: