THE SATANIC VERSES OF BONES BANEZ
The Book of the Damned
A new book of the bible for the 21st century
All artists wish to make money, but it is a secondary thing for most. Above all, they wish to have their work and lives remembered and considered by others. It is an ideal that their work be exhibited in a place of renown. It is an ideal to be written about and receive public exposure and approval. It is a greater ideal to be remembered, not forgotten and their work publicly documented in an established arts institution for the future generations.
Frequently an artist dies and their life’s work is thrown in the trash heap because they have not been accepted in their time or not documented by an important arts institution. It is a tragedy that many brilliant artists have not been understood and their work lost to the world.
The Yuko Nii Foundation has therefore decided to do something to establish the assured remembrance of artists who deserve documentation and remembrance in a way that will also help advance their careers. This is the Artist Monograph Publication of the Yuko Nii Foundation to be archived at the foundation.
The artist monograph is a full color glossy soft cover of high quality with a two-page essay on the artist by renowned essayist, critic, and social commentator Terrance Lindall or possibly other scholars. The monograph will contain the artist’s biography, statement and 10 to 20 full color pictures of the art.