Zoe Leonard

Zoe Leonard, Derrotero

November 5, 2008 - April 12, 2009

<p>Zoe Leonard, <i>Analogue</i>, 1998-2007. © the artist, <br /> Courtesy Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne.</p>

Zoe Leonard, Analogue, 1998-2007. © the artist,
Courtesy Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne.

 
 
 

 

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East Building Gallery

Zoe Leonard
Analogue, 1998-2007
C-prints and gelatin silver prints
Variable dimensions
Courtesy the artist and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne


Temporary Exhibition Galleries
A Route through the Collection
Part I: November 5, 2008–February 15, 2009

All works are in the Manuscripts and Rare Books Collection of the Hispanic Society of America, New York


Gallery I
(book and manuscript measurements width by height)

CASE A

1. Unknown cartographer, Derrotero para los navios de las Islas Filipinas, ca. 1790
Sailmaster’s hand-stitched hempen cover
10 3/5 x 12 3/5 inches

2. Juan Bautista Funes de Pavia, Derrotero general de las costas, que contiene la mar de el zur en los reinos i provincias de el Peru i nueva España con las derotas i advertencias necesarias. Sacadas de varios derroteros, corregido i añadidas muchas advertencies . . . , Guayaquil, Ecuador, 1700
Manuscript on paper
8 1/4 x 11 4/5 inches

3. Francisco Ramírez Camacho, Derrotero y relación ... de toda esta Isla Española costas del norte y sur . . ., 1630
Manuscript on paper
6 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches


CASE B

4. Unknown cartographer, Derrotero copiado de diversos authores muy practios en la navegacion, desde el año 1727 hasta 1758, ca. 1758
Manuscript on paper
7 7/8 x 11 3/4 inches

5. Unknown cartographer, Derrotero de la Mar de las Antillas, golfo de México, costas de Peru, Chile, La Plata etc. . . , 17th century
Manuscript on paper
8 1/8 x 11 7/8

6. Unknown cartographer (Spanish), Coast of Peru from Río de Loa to Algodonales, in Derrotero general del Mar del Sur. Con las distancias de legs. y grads. que ay de unas ptes. a otras. Sacado de los mas experimentados pilotos, Panama, 1684
Manuscript on paper
8 1/8 x 11 5/8 inches

7. Unknown cartographer (Spanish), Derrotero general del Mar del Sur sacado de diferentes autores, Panama, 1684
Manuscript on paper
8 1/4 x 11 3/8 inches


CASE C:

8. A. H. A. de Chastenet-Puységur, Le pilote de l'Isle de Saint-Domingue et des de´bouquemens de cette isle, comprenant une carte de l'Isle de Saint-Domingue et une carte des de´bouquemens, depuis la Caye d'Argent jusqu'a` la partie ouest du places des Isles Lucayes. Publie´ par ordre du roi, Paris: De l’Imprimerie Royale, 1787
Printed book
19 3/8 x 25 1/4 inches


CASE D

9. Edmund Halley, The description and uses of a new and correct sea-chart of the western and southern ocean, shewing the variations of the compass, London, ca. 1729, bound in The English pilot. The fourth book. Describing the West-India navigation from Hudson’s-Bay to the River Amazones, London, 1729
Printed book
12 3/4 x 19 inches

10. Pedro García Fernández, Le grant routier & pilotage & enseignement pour an crer es portz, haures que autres lieux de la mer, Rouen: Jehan Burges, 1531
Printed book
6 x 7 7/8 inches


CASE E

11. R. Bougard, The little sea torch: or, True guide for coasting pilots: by which they are clearly instructed how to navigate along the coasts of England, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Sicily; the isles of Malta, Corsica, Sardinia, and others in the straits; and of the coast of Barbary, from Cape Bon to Cape de Verd. Enriched with upwards of one hundred appearances of head-lands and light-houses. Together with plans of the principal harbours. Also a table of soundings ... Tr. from the French of Le Sieur Bougard, with corrections and additions, by J. T. Serres . . ., London: J. Debrett for the author), 1801
Printed book
10 7/8 x 16 5/8 inches

12. Charles Philippe de Kerhallet, Derrotero de la costa de Marruecos, … según el manual de la navegación á la costa occidental de Africa, Madrid: Imprenta Nacional, 1860 Printed book
5 5/8 x 7 inches

13. R. Bougard, Le petit flambeau de la mer, ou Le veritable guide des pilotes co^tiers; ou` il est clairement enseigne´ la maniere de naviguer le long de toutes les co^tes de France, d'Angleterre, d'Irlande, d'Espagne, de Portugal, d'Italie, de Sicile, de Malte, de Corse & de Sardaigne, & autres isles du de´troit ; & des co^tes de Barbarie, depuis le cap Bon jusqu'au cap Verd . . ., Havre de Grace: P. J. D. G. Faure, 1770
Printed book
5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches


CASE F

14. Jean Guérard, Traité d’Hydrographie ou Art de naviguer, Dieppe, 1615 Manuscript on parchment
6 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches

15. Universidad de Mareantes de Sevilla, Manual de instrucciones náuticas y astronómicas para uso de la Universidad de Mareantes de Sevilla, Seville, ca. 1585 Manuscript on paper
7 7/8 x 10 5/8 inches

16. Domenico Vigliarolo, Circular calendar tables with movable parchment disc, Naples, ca. 1590 Manuscript on parchment
10 5/8 x 15 1/4 inches
17. Jaume Olives, Compass Rose, 1563
Manuscript on parchment
7 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches


CASE G

18. Battista Agnese, Atlantic Ocean, East Africa and Pacific coast from Mexico to Peru, Venice, ca. 1550
Manuscript on parchment
11 1/4 x 16 1/2 inches

19. Joan Martines, Atlantic Ocean from southern Spain to West Africa, highlighting the Canary Islands, Italy, ca. 1560
Manuscript on parchment
7 x 9 7/8 inches

20. Eduard Bobrick, Handbuch der Praktischen Seefartskunde, 1846–1848 Printed book
6 x 9 1/4 inches


Gallery II

21. Jaume Olives, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Atlantic (Finisterre to Cabo Blanche), Marseilles, 1566
Manuscript on parchment
18 1/10 x 27 1/5 inches

22. Bartolomeo Olives, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Atlantic (Finisterre to Cape Nun), Majorca, 1552
Manuscript on parchment

19 1/3 x 29 1/2 inches
23. Vesconte de Maggiolo, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Atlantic (Finisterre to Cape Bojodor), Naples, 1512
Manuscript on parchment
21 7/10 x 35 2/5 inches

24. Joan Oliva, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Atlantic (Lisbon to Cape Cantin), Livorno, early 17th century
Manuscript on parchment
20 1/10 x 37 4/5 inches

25. Vincentius Demetrius Volcius, The Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic (Cobo de Bares to “Gudima”), Livorno, 1600
Manuscript on parchment
18 1/10 x 33 1/2 inches

26. Nicolaus de Nicolo, The eastern Mediterranean Sea, Venice, 1470
Manuscript on parchment
25 3/5 x 39 4/5 inches

27. Unknown cartographer (Venetian), The Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea, Venice, late 15th century Manuscript on parchment
22 2/5 x 35 4/5 inches

28. Jacobus de Giroldis, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Atlantic (Ireland to Cape Cantin), Venice, 1447
Manuscript on parchment
20 9/10 x 36 1/5 inches

29. Vincentius Prunes, The Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic (Finisterre to Cape Cantin), Majorca, 1597 Manuscript on parchment
10 3/5 x 21 1/3 inches

30. Bartolomeo Olivo, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Atlantic (Ireland to Cape Bojador), Palermo, after 1550
Manuscript on parchment
20 1/10 x 33 9/10 inches

31. Unknown cartographer, Map of Mexico and the West Indies, 1757
Manuscript on parchment
24 x 37 3/5 inches

32. Unknown cartographer, Map of the West Indies and the adjacent coats of the American continent and Havana, 1743
Manuscript on parchment
26 1/5 x 38 inches

33. Francisco Oliva I and Joan Oliva, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Atlantic (Finisterre to Cape Nun), Messina, 1607–15
Manuscript on parchment
18 9/10 x 32 1/3 inches

34. Placido Caloiro e Oliva, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Atlantic (Ireland to Cape Verde), Messina, early 17th century
Manuscript on parchment
20 9/10 x 39 2/5 inches

35. Petrus Roselli, The Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Atlantic (Ireland to Canary Islands), Majorca, 1468
Manuscript on parchment
22 4/5 x 35 2/5 inches


Reading Room

Juan Vespucci, mappa mundi (map of the world), Seville, 1526
Manuscript on parchment
33 1/2 x 103 1/10 inches

 
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