Bunny Burson, ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’, 2015, Bruno David Gallery & Bruno David Projects
Bunny Burson, ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’, 2015, Bruno David Gallery & Bruno David Projects
Bunny Burson, ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’, 2015, Bruno David Gallery & Bruno David Projects
Bunny Burson, ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’, 2015, Bruno David Gallery & Bruno David Projects
Bunny Burson, ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’, 2015, Bruno David Gallery & Bruno David Projects
Bunny Burson, ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’, 2015, Bruno David Gallery & Bruno David Projects

“Hidden in Plain Sight”, is a limited edition artist book (edition of 27), created by gallery artist, Bunny Burson, designed by Ken Botnick and bound by Daniel Kelm.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright wrote the foreword to “Hidden in Plain Sight”. An essay written by Karen K. Butler, a former curator at the Kemper Museum at Washington University in St. Louis is included in the book, as well as a postscript written by the artist.

“Hidden in Plain Sight” has been acquired by the Library of Congress, the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Frances Mulhall Achilles Library, the St. Louis Art Museum, Washington University’s Olin Library, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Temple Israel Museum/Memphis, Princeton University’s Firestone Library, Smith College’s Neilson Library, the Perez Art Museum Miami, and the Stanford University Library.

Bruno David Gallery

About Bunny Burson