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Dennis  Ashbaugh

Dennis Ashbaugh has been a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, and his work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions at The Whitney Museum of American Art, P.S. 1, and The Seattle Art Museum, among others. Ashbaugh is known for his large computer virus and DNA portrait paintings which have been acquired for the permanent collections of the Hirschorn Museum, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Los Angeles County Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. He currently show with the Marisa del Re Gallery in New York.

Dennis  Ashbaugh's work was exhibited in
AGRIPPA: (a book of the dead)
 a collaborative artist's book by William Gibson and Dennis Ashbaugh
AGRIPPA: (a book of the dead)
The deluxe edition of AGRIPPA was set in Monotype Gill Sans at Golgonooza Letter Foundry, and printed on Rives heavyweight text by the Sun Hill Press and by Kevin Begos Jr. The etchings were made by the artist and editioned by Peter Pettingill on Fabriano Tiepolo paper. The book was handsewn and bound in linen by Karl Foulkes. The housing was designed by the artist, and the encryption code used to destroy the story was created by (BRASH), with help from several other individuals who will go unnamed. The regular edition of AGRIPPA was also set in Monotype Gill Sans, but in a single column page format. It was printed by the Sun Hill Press on Mohawk Superfine text and the reproduction of the etchings were printed on a Canon laser printer. The book was Smythe sewn at Spectrum Bindery and is enclosed in a clamshell box.