Published on occasion of the exhibition by the same name in 2000, Enclosed and Enchanted brings together key works by contemporary artists such as Cristina Iglesias, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Antony Gormley and Takahiko Iimura. The works invite various readings of the garden, both real and imagined – as architecture, as the manifestation of psychological and physical desires and fears, or as a means to frame a conceptual view of the world. Enclosed and Enchanted pursues these issues through contemporary work linked with historical examples.
The catalogue includes essays by Curator Michael Tarantino and Director Kerry Brougher. It also includes biography and selected bibliography.