For a limited time, pre-order at a reduced price this full color limited run publication featuring Ta-coumba T. Aiken's recent paintings and collages along with essays by Siri Engberg, Senior Curator and Director of Visual Arts at the Walker Art Center and artist Seitu Jones alongside an extensive interview with the artist and a text by Dreamsong co-founder Rebecca Heidenberg.

"For more than forty years, St. Paul, Minnesota-based artist and arts activist Ta-coumba T. Aiken has forged a practice that is deeply rooted in community. He is known for his remarkable fluency between the various facets of his practice—studio artist, public art practitioner, educator, and artistic collaborator—and has gained recognition for his overlapping interests in public art and community engagement. From his paintings to commissioned installations to ambitious works in public spaces, Aiken applies the same lens: 'to heal people and their communities by evoking a positive spirit.'" - Siri Engberg

Full color, 32 pages. Limited run printed at Shapco Printing.