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    Installation view, “I am another world”: Artistic Authorship between Deconstruction and (Re)canonization, co-curated by Claudia Slanar (UC Irvine) and Georgia Holz (Generali Foundation, Vienna), Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria, January 2014
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    Stares & Silhouettes for MoMA from the Disbanding of Michelle duBois, 2012
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    Installation view, The California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA August 24 - November 9, 2013
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    Installation view, The California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA August 24 - November 9, 2013
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    Installation view, The California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA August 24 - November 9, 2013
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    Installation view, The California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA August 24 - November 9, 2013
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    Installation view, The California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA August 24 - November 9, 2013
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    Installation view, The California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA August 24 - November 9, 2013
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    Tilt of Her Head, Over Analog Time (From the Disbanding of Michelle duBois), 2011, Nine Photographs and Mixed Media, Installation at LACMA, July 2012 Photography: Joshua White/JWPictures.com
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    Tilt of Her Head, Over Analog Time (From the Disbanding of Michelle duBois), 2011, Nine Photographs and Mixed Media, Installation at LACMA, July 2012 Photography: Joshua White/JWPictures.com
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    Tilt of Her Head, Over Analog Time (From the Disbanding of Michelle duBois), 2011, Nine Photographs and Mixed Media, Installation at LACMA, July 2012 Photography: Joshua White/JWPictures.com
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    Tilt of Her Head, Over Analog Time (From the Disbanding of Michelle duBois), 2011, Nine Photographs and Mixed Media, Installation at LACMA, July 2012 Photography: Joshua White/JWPictures.com
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    Tilt of Her Head, Over Analog Time (From the Disbanding of Michelle duBois), 2011, Nine Photographs and Mixed Media, Installation at LACMA, July 2012 Photography: Joshua White/JWPictures.com
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    Tilt of Her Head, Over Analog Time (From the Disbanding of Michelle duBois), 2011, Nine Photographs and Mixed Media, Installation at LACMA, July 2012 Photography: Joshua White/JWPictures.com
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    California Biennial 2010 Photography: Joshua White/JWPictures.com
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    California Biennial 2010 Photography: Joshua White/JWPictures.com

The Disbanding of Michelle duBois

Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
Museum of Modern Art
California Museum of Photography
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
California Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art

CW: Can you talk a little bit about these “wall” installations you’ve been creating? The work, which is hung in strategic clusters, often reads as one collective body.

ZC: I’ve worked this way in both the LACMA and MoMA shows, and in both cases it’s been very specific to the institutional wall. Those I’ll call the Disbanding of Michelle duBois. Both of the projects were focused mostly on The Disappearance of Michelle duBois. I was interested in her gaze darting back and forth, as well as the physical inability to see her. So, I come up with various versions, and then create them site-specifically for institutions.

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  1. Installation Views (16)
    1. Installation view “I am another world”, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, January 2014
    2. MoMA New Photography 2012, Installation
    3. California Museum of Photography, Fall 2013
    4. California Museum of Photography, Fall 2013
    5. California Museum of Photography, Fall 2013
    6. California Museum of Photography, Fall 2013
    7. California Museum of Photography, Fall 2013
    8. California Museum of Photography, Fall 2013
    9. Tilt of Her Head, Over Analog Time (From the Disbanding of Michelle duBois), 2011, Installation at LACMA, July 2012
    10. LACMA Installation, July 2012
    11. LACMA Installation, July 2012
    12. LACMA Installation, July 2012
    13. LACMA Installation, July 2012
    14. LACMA Installation, July 2012
    15. Installation from The California Biennial, 2010
    16. Detail Installation / The California Biennial, 2010
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    98. Paris Photo LA: Just Pick One, Honey, by Eric Minh Swenson - Huffington Post (2015) LAM Gallery had a huge wall of Zoe Crosher's "Out The Window (LAX)."
    99. Paris Photo Los Angeles takes over the sets at Paramount Pictures Studios, by Stephanie Murg - Wallpaper (2015) Alive and well is Los Angeles-based Zoe Crosher, whose 31 square photographs of landing planes are tiled on a single wall of LAM Gallery's stand.
    100. Paris Photo L.A. Presented Los Angeles as a Market Player and a Place Where History Is Made - Artsy Editorial (2015) LAM Gallery brought a 2005 series by Zoe Crosher titled “Out the Window (LAX),” in which the versatile artist holed up in different hotel rooms across Los Angeles and photographed various perspectives of the airport.
    101. Paris Photo Los Angeles loses its international accent by Jori Finkel - The Art Newspaper (2015) Presented for the first time in full, Crosher’s series consists of 31 colourful photographs taken through the windows of cheap motels near the airport, each of which frames a distant glimpse of an airplane landing.
    102. The Distinct Californication of Paris Photo L.A., by Steffie Nelson - New York Times T Magazine (2015) The new Highland space LAM teamed with Zoe Crosher to present her complete “Out the Window (LAX)” series, centered on the Los Angeles International airport, in Los Angeles for the first time.
    103. Sunshine and Noir, by Ed Ruscha - Metropolis Magazine (2015) Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles (Metropolis Books, 2015), edited by Jane Brown and Marla Hamburg Kennedy, explores the many contradictions within the City of Angels. In his foreword, renowned artist Ed Ruscha examines how these photographs capture the romance and grit of L.A.
    104. Crash Landings - We Heart (2015) You can see what she saw from the window of her rooms when her photographic series is exhibited at the Paris Photo Los Angeles.
    105. America's Best Public Art for Summer 2015, by Mark Ellwood - Bloomberg Business (2015) Momin has worked with artist Zoe Crusher to ringmistress 10 artists in creating approximately 100 billboards along I-10 from Florida to California.
    106. Cross-continent highway billboard project is Manifest Destiny, by Scarlet Cheng - The Los Angeles Times (2015) Los Angeles artist Zoe Crosher's contribution, Chapter 9 in the transcontinental opus, opened this weekend in the Palm Springs area.
    107. Sonic Highways: Scott Benzel and the "Manifest Destiny Billboard Project" by Michael Slenske - Modern Painters (2015) “A lot of my work is about going west, and both Scott and I are really interested in the deep desert,” says Crosher
    108. 8 Fabulous “Secret” Supper Clubs in NYC, by Kathleen Squires - NewYork.com (2015) This women’s-only dinner club, established by artist Zoe Crosher in L.A. as an “old boys’ club, for girls,” launched in NYC this past fall.
    109. A 2,400-Mile Art Exhibit is About to Hit L.A., by Catherine Wagley - LA Weekly (2015) By March 30, "Manifest Destiny" will reach the California desert, with a series of billboards by Crosher of seductively lush flora and fauna that decays gradually enough that someone in a fast-moving car may just barely notice.
    110. Exit Art For Manifest Destiny, by Fan Zhong - W Magazine (2015) More often than not, a billboard on the side of the road recedes into the scenery. But in the right—or a profoundly wrong—context, it can hold unexpected power.
    111. Zoe Crosher's Fantasy Manifests Destiny, by Alicia Eler - KCET (2015) The California leg of the trip finishes this Spring and Summer 2015 with Crosher in Palm Springs and Matthew Brannon in Los Angeles.
    112. The L.A. Art We Want to See in 2015, by Catherine Wagley - LA Weekly (2014) The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project that artist Zoe Crosher organized with the nonprofit LAND, installing billboards along the I-10 West, will be moving closer to L.A. as March winds down.
    113. Artists’ Choice: The Best Shows of 2014, by Scott Indrisek - BLOUIN ARTINFO  (2014) Artists offer up their highlights from the past 12 months in the art world.
    114. Institute for Art and Olfaction Elevates the Scents, by Ingrid Schmidt - LA Times (2014) Zoe Crosher and IAO have created 10 limited-edition fragrances to signify each stop along the route of the Manifest Destiny Billboard Project.
    115. Andrew Berardini Muses on Swimming Pool Cool - Art Review (2014) Just Ease on into the Water, by Andrew Berardini - Art Review, November 2014
    116. The Fainting Club: A Los Angeles Ladies-Only Dinner Club Migrates to New York by Charlotte Druckman - New York Times T Magazine (2014) With their latest dinner party, Zoe Crosher expands The Fainting Club outside of California.
    117. Zoe Crosher's Arugula Salad on Julia Sherman's Salad For President (2014) Julie Sherman from Salad for President visits Zoe Crosher at home to share an Arugula Salad and discuss her work.
    118. All Across America, Artists Are Taking Over Billboards, by Dawn Chan - New York Times T Magazine (2014) "The curators, Zoe Crosher and Shamim M. Momin, aim to question the problematic history of manifest destiny..."
    119. Hollywood Steps Out for Fundraiser in Support of Public Art Projects (2014) One of LAND's most visible recent projects is a progressive nationwide art installation called Manifest Destiny, featuring artists' images on billboards on Interstate 10 from the East Coast to Los Angeles.
    120. Westward Exhibition: Billboard Art Unfolds Across America by Jillian Steinhauer - Hyperallergic (2014) "Billboards are the last bastion of the icon,” artist Zoe Crosher says, “because they work so fast. The images have to be fast, dirty, quick, and really loud.”
    121. The Expansion of the Instant: Photography, Anxiety, Infinity by Kim Schoen, X-Tra Summer Issue (2014) Zoe Crosher is Michelle duBois. Or Michelle duBois is Zoe Crosher. Or neither is neither or both are both.
    122. Expansion West: The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project (2014) From California to Florida, the project brings ten contemporary artists together, creating 100 art-infused billboards along the highway.
    123. The Most Compelling Artists to Follow on Instagram / Artspace (2014) ...following their accounts sometimes provides intimate access to their creative process, and just as often is just plain fun. Here’s a roundup of some of the most engaging artists to follow.
    124. The Los Angeles Nomadic Division Sets Up Camp, by Nicholas Korody - Art + Architecture (2014) The intention is to give a physicalized reminder of this extraordinarily influential (and often times destructive) 19th century belief which unabashedly dictated the expansion west, that still dictates our movement west, and to gently place/implicate/remind the people unknowingly participating in that landscape along the way.
    125. On The Road, Chapter 1 (2014) At the moment the United States was born, an exhibition of a new genre...from dailyshopwindow
    126. Zoe Crosher - Elicit Art (2014) Musee Magazine, Number 8, Volume 1: The Fantasy Issue
    127. Ideas Series: The Otherside of Closeness (2013) Encouraging us to examine the images more closely, Ishuck’s manipulations raise flickers of doubt about the authenticity of the source images. Is that really the same dad in the later scenes? Are the more formal party images actually staged? A number of artists including Eva Stenram, Zoe Crosher and Walid Raad work with found (or allegedly found) photographs in related ways. A common thread running through their very different projects is an unreliable author/narrator whose interventions may not always be entirely logical…Crosher rephotographs and re-frames the eccentric archive of an individual/persona called Michelle duBois, exploring the construction of feminine identity through photography.
    128. Something in the Air by Steffie Nelson, W Magazine (2013) With perfumed galleries and scent symphonies, artists are hitting the right notes.
    129. Self Aware: Zoe Crosher x Garry Winogrand by Chelsea Rector (2013) Review of The Further Disbanding of Michelle duBois by Zoe Crosher at UCR/California Museum of Photography
    130. Zoe Crosher in 20x20:The Photography Issue, Installation Magazine (2013) Zoe Crosher celebrates Los Angeles in her work- the illusion of stardom, the ability to reinvent oneself and the discrepancy between fact and fiction in a city built upon illusion.
    131. Studio360: American Icons: Untitled Film Stills (2013) GUESTS: Jim Adkins, Zoe Crosher, Robert Longo, Eva Respini and Helene Winer PRODUCED BY: Ann Heppermann EDITORS: Julia Barton and David Krasnow
    132. Zoe Crosher & The Michelle duBois Project at UCR Artblock, Interview by Joanna Szupinska-Myers (2013) Installed in a dark, intimate gallery on the second floor of the California Museum of Photography at UCR ARTSblock...
    133. On View | Art Comes to the Interstate - New York Times T Magazine (2013) by Erica Bellman, New York Times T Magazine Blog, Sept 24, 2013
    134. The 2500-Mile Art Show, Departures Magazine (2013) Driving from Jacksonville, Florida, to Los Angeles is about to get a lot more conceptual. By Maud Doyle.
    135. Dorade no.5 - New Eldorado (2013) revue galante, photographie et forme critique
    136. Los Angeles' Homegrown Public Art by Maxwell Williams, The Hollywood Reporter (2013) "Shamim M. Momim started LAND to do critically relevant public art projects around Los Angeles, including Zoe Crosher’s invocation of Hollywood writer Eve Babitz."
    137. Blouin ArtInfo (2013) 10 Show-Stopping Works From the Exciting New Paris Photo L.A. by Daniel Kunitz
    138. Lucy Soutter: Why Art Photography? (2013) In this short talk, recorded at The Photographers’ Gallery on 22 Feb 2013, Lucy Soutter discusses her new book Why Art Photography? (Routledge, 2013).
    139. This Land Press (2013) THE UNKNOWABLE PHOTOGRAPHS OF ZOE CROSHER by Lauren Moss, published by This Land, Vol. 4 Issue 7
    140. New York Photo Review (2013) Information Processing, Anita Giraldo, New York Photo Review, January 23 2013
    141. MoMA New Photography 2012 (2013) View works from the MoMA New Photography show, 2012 and listen to curator Eva Respini in conversation with Zoe Crosher
    142. Artsy (2012) (Artist) Lunctime Poll: Zoe Crosher conducted by Shamim M. Momin of LAND
    143. LA Weekly (2012) Why Artists Are Blurring the Line Between Real History and Pretend, Catherine Wagley, 12.20.12
    144. Aperture Blog (2012) Zoe Crosher: Stage Manager, by Carmen Winant, December 19 2012, Aperture Blog
    145. Art in America (2012) A review of "The Disappearing of Michelle Dubois" at Perry Rubenstein, by Johnathan Thomas
    146. W Magazine (2012) MoMa New Photography 2012 feature from the Editor's Blog by Caroline Wolff.
    147. The New York Times (2012) Eyeing the Lens With Suspicion Review of ‘New Photography 2012,’ at Museum of Modern Art by Ken Johnson
    148. The Democratic Camera: This Artweek.LA, by Bill Bush - Huffpost (2012) Zoe Crosher: The Disappearing of Michelle duBois | Crosher is an intellectual powerhouse set to assume her rightful place as one of the most significant artists of her time and her medium.
    149. Interview Magazine (2012) Zoe Crosher is Disappearing Everywhere, Interview Magazine Interview by Maxwell Williams, September 13, 2012
    150. KCRW Art Talk (2012) Katy Grannan, Charlie White and Zoe Crosher at LACMA- KCRW's Art Talk July 27, 2012 by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp
    151. Artillery (2012) artillery feature: PROFILE: Zoe Crosher, Reinventing a Call-girl Life by Eve Wood, Artillery, june/july 2012 vol 6, issue 5
    152. Frieze Blog (2012) KNOWLEDGES At Mount Wilson by Jonathan Griffin July 6, 2012
    153. Handbuilt Studio (2012) handbuilt studios : on The Reconsidered Archive of Michelle duBois
    154. art:21 (2012) Looking at Los Angeles | In Search of Eve Babitz by Carol Cheh art:21 May 25, 2012
    155. Looking at Los Angeles | In Search of Eve Babits, by Carol Cheh - Art21  (2012) On May 3, 2012, artist Zoe Crosher held something of a conceptual séance for Eve, attempting to bring her out into the public again with an event called For an Evening with Eve Babitz.
    156. A Nomadic Night with Zoe Crosher: For an Evening with Eve Babitz (2012) Hosted by the Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND) in conjunction with pastry chefs Caitlin Freeman and Mariah Swan at the infamous Chateau Marmont in Hollywood
    157. Washington CityPaper  (2012) Five Portraitists Who Deserve a Spot in the National Portrait Gallery by Kriston Capps, Washington CityPaper, May 9, 2012
    158. Trade You My Painting for a 15" MacBook Air: Barter Night at Barney's Beanery, by Catherine Wagley - LA Weekly (2012) Zoe Crosher wanted an evening with ever-elusive, raw and worldly writer Eve Babitz.
    159. CA Home+Design (2012) The Top 10 California Artists You Need to Know in 2012 California Home & Design
    160. Angeleno Magazine (2011) Angeleno's Artist of the Year Dec 2011
    161. Huffington Post (2011) Natalie Wood's Disappearance as Captured by L.A. Artist Zoe Crosher
    162. Notes on Looking Podcast (2011) Interview with Michael Shaw
    163. Zoe Crosher on American Icons: Untitled Film Stills (2011) Zoe Crosher comments on Cindy Sherman as an American Icon on WNYC, originally aired Friday, October 13, 2011.
    164. UNFRAMED LACMA  (2011) LACMA, Unframed:Art Here & Now Acquisitions
    165. LA Weekly (2011) LA Weekly, July 7, 2011 Bas Jan Ader, Zoe Crosher, and the Art of Disappearing People
    166. Daily Serving (2011) An Interview with Zoe Crosher by Carmen Winant
    167. The Photography Post (2011) Lucas Blalock Vs. Zoe Crosher (Part 1) The Photography Post, January 2011
    168. The Santo Foundation Award (2011) juried by Peter Doroshenko
    169. CCF Getty Fellow (2011) Mid Career Artist Fellowship 2011
    170. LAist (2010) The Weekly Round Up: Art in L.A.- LAist December 12, 2010
    171. Daily Serving (2010) Daily Serving > The City Proper at Margo Leavin by Catherine Wagley, November 26, 2010
    172. Los Angeles Times (2010) Zoe Crosher at Charlie James | Culture Monster | Los Angeles Times by Sharon Mizota, November 4, 2010
    173. Daily Serving, L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast (2010) When I Say Image, That’s Different Than Me L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A weekly column by Catherine Wagley
    174. City Weekly (2010) Westward Go! City Weekly, Salt Lake City
    175. Curve Wire (2010) Zoe Crosher at Dan Grahm, Curve Wire, Los Angeles
    176. KPCC Off-Ramp (2010) Zoe Crosher's Secret Muse, Off-Ramp KPCC, 10-27-10
    177. X-TRA (2010) XTRA Artist's Project, Zoe Crosher curated by Jenee Misraje Text by Jenee Misraje
    178. Aperture (2010) Zoe Crosher Video Interview with Jan Tumlir & Limited Edition for Aperture - Fall 2010
    179. I <3 Photograph (2010) i heart photograph:zoe crosher' tues aug 3,2010'
    180. James Wagner (2010) Zoe Crosher's 'Unraveling' at DCKT Contemporary James Wagner blog - Feb 13th, 2010
    181. New Yorker (2010) Goings on About Town - The New Yorker - Feb 9th, 2010
    182. Village Voice (2010) Ulrich Gebert, Penelope Umbrio & Zoe Crosher Sail Through A Sea of Photography by Martha Schwendener The Village Voice, Tuesday, January 19, 2009
    183. Village Voice (2009) The Decade's Best Art - by Martha Schwendener The Village Voice, December 22, 2009
    184. Chicago Art Review (2009) Chicago Art Review - May 20, 2009 by Steve Kush Ruiz
    185. New City Art (2009) New City Art - Recommended by Kathryn Scanlan
    186. Flavorpill Chicago (2009) Flavorpill Chicago - May 9, 2009 by Karsten Lund
    187. Art Lies (2009) 'Inside the Ship of My Imagination' ART LIES magazine, Issue 61 March 2009
    188. Whitehot Magazine (2009) WM | Whitehot, February 2009 by Katie Morgan
    189. Artforum (2008) Artforum.com Critics Pick by Glen Helfand Dec 2008
    190. Houston Public Radio (2008) Houston Public Radio - 1 Year Later interview
    191. San Francisco Chronicle (2008) Small Things End, Great Things Endure': New Look for Feminism San Francisco Chronicle Jan 17, 2008
    192. Village Voice (2006) The Village Voice - 11.22.06 Best in Show / In her photographs, Crosher flash-blasts the interiors of hotel rooms around LAX, making garish drapes and generic furnishings as bright as the Los Angeles sky beyond the windows, each of which frames a landing or ascending plane. The compositions include out-of-focus air conditioner grills, water bottles, and takeout cups, their blurriness emphasizing the jet-lagged ennui of the transient.
    193. The Portland Mercury (2006) The Portland Mercury - 5.25.06 Zoe Crosher by John Motley'
    194. Studio 360 - Jan 1, 2005 / LAX, Pico Iyer, Sontag (2005) Studio 360 - Jan 1, 05 - LAX, Pico Iyer, Sontag / Kurt Andersen and writer Pico Iyer hear about an airport that hired jugglers and mariachi bands to calm frazzled travelers waiting in line. Artist Zoe Crosher tries to make sense of Los Angeles by taking pictures of LAX from window seats in arriving planes and windows in surrounding motels. And a graphic designer falls in love with arural airport and turns it into his personal studio.Plus,Kurt rememberssocial criticSusan Sontag.
Projects
  • The New LA-LIKE
    1. LA-LIKE: Sunlight As Spotlight
    2. LA-LIKE: Prospecting Palm Fronds
    3. LA-LIKE: Escaped Exotics
    4. LA-LIKE: Transgressing the Pacific
    5. LA-LIKE: LA Imaginary As Unlit Lightboxes
    6. LA-LIKE: Fools Gold Dust (Mimic) Paintings
    7. LA-LIKE: Day For Night (or Sunlight As Spotlight)
    8. The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project, in conjunction with LAND
    9. Shangri-LA'd & Expanded Shangri-LA'd
    10. LA-LIKE: Mirage
    11. LA-LIKE: Composition I-10, Desert Center
    12. The Manifest Destiny Billboard Perfume
    13. LA Disappearing Frond-Like
    14. LA-LIKE: Transgressing the Pacific, Dessert Concepts & Recipes
    15. For An Evening with Eve Babitz, at the Chateau Marmont
    16. LA-LIKE: LAXART Billboard
    17. The Pools I Shot
    18. LA-LIKE
    19. LA-LIKE (LOST)
    20. Tear Sheet Posters
  • The Michelle duBois Project
    1. The Uniqued Series
    2. The Additive Dust Series
    3. Mae Wested
    4. The Disbanding of Michelle duBois
    5. The Vanishing of Michelle duBois
    6. The Disappearing of Michelle duBois
    7. The Other Disappeared Nurse
    8. Silhouetted
    9. All Her Shadows
    10. Blackened Last Four Days & Nights in Tokyo
    11. Almost the Same
    12. The Unveiling of Michelle duBois
    13. The Unraveling of Michelle duBois
    14. Obfuscated
    15. The Reconsidered Archive of Michelle duBois
    16. Polaroided
    17. Posed Postcards
  • Out The Window (LAX)
  • The Santa Cruz Kids
  • The Fainting Club
    1. The Fainting Club (London)
    2. The Fainting Club (New York)
    3. The Fainting Club (Los Angeles)
    4. The Fainting Club (More Cities)
    5. The Fainting Club (About)
  • Publications
    1. LA-LIKE: Escaped Exotics / The Bronzed Blossoms of Madame, published by X Artists' Books
    2. The Good & The Glamorous, A Memoir of Misremembering & The Cold War
    3. LA-LIKE: Transgressing the Pacific, Published by Hesse Presse, Los Angeles, CA - Spring 2016 (Sold Out)
    4. Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles (May 2015) Published by Metropolis Books
    5. Forthcoming: The Re-duBois Book
    6. Returning to Berlin / Publication curated by Kim Schoen - Motto, Berlin (August 2013)
    7. Why Art Photography? by Lucy Soutter (2013) Published by Routelage
    8. Volume 4: The Disappearance of Michelle duBois, aka *Mitchi* (Fall 2012) Published by Aperture Ideas
    9. Volume 3: The Unveiling of Michelle duBois, aka *Cricket* (Spring 2012) Published by Aperture Ideas
    10. Volume 2: The Unraveling of Michelle duBois, aka *Alice Johnson* (Fall 2011) Published by Aperture Ideas
    11. Volume 1: The Reconsidered Archive of Michelle duBois, aka *Kathy* (Spring 2011) Published by Aperture Ideas
    12. Out the Window (LAX) with essays by Norman Klein, Pico Iyer, & Julian Meyers (2007)
    13. NTNTNT (2004)
    14. L.A. Now: Volume One, Published by Art Center College of Design, August 2002