19 January 2017

Patrick Morarescu - Performing Grounds


Performing Grounds
by Patrick Morarescu
Published by Trema Förlag [SWE]
Design: Dennis Hankvist
Edited by Dennis Hankvist & Patrick Morarescu
Text: English
170 x 240 mm. Hard cover
72 pages, 57 colour illustrations
First edition: 400 copies
Price: 320 SEK
ISBN 978-91-88539-01-4

"Performing Grounds is the collaboration between the Swedish graphic designer and publisher Dennis Hankvist and the German artist Patrick Morarescu. The photos display spaces that have suffered transformations by human actions; traces of movement, activity and change; architectures and places that once were alive and now are silent. All photographes were taken between 2007 and 2015 in Germany, Finland, Scotland, Spain, France, Romania, Jordan, Syria, Japan, Taiwan, Morocco, China and Cameroon."

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Lucas Hüsgen - Biotoop Bahnnhof


Biotoop Bahnnhof
by Lucas Hüsgen
104 p., 24x20 cm (9.449 x 7,874 inches)
Digital printing, full color, sewn-glued, soft cover
Edition: 100
€ 20 + shipping

Text in Dutch, English and German

"An exploration of railway stations in North Rhine Westphalia, 2012/2013, on the verge between tradition and modernisation, oscillating between the human going ons and their material environment."

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18 January 2017

Stefano Reboli - Cubadito


Cubadito
by Stefano Reboli
Self published
Coptic stitch binding, Hand bound
150x225 mm, 50 pages / 46 colour and bw photographs
Digital Print on Fedrigoni Splendorgel EW
Limited Edition of 50, Stamp numbered
25 € + shipping

“I see Cuba as a bocadito stuffed with hopes and propaganda, perfectly paired ingredients of a troubled history. In my journey I focused on four meaningful subjects each telling a specific story: Trinidad, Agujero Negro, Volveran and Habanachrome. To me each bite of Cuba has the unique taste of truth and lies melted together.”

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14 January 2017

Julia Borissova - Libretto

Libretto
by Julia Borissova
Self published art book
Leporello binding, Handmade
105 x 170 mm, 38 pages / 21 pictures
Digital Print
Edition of 105, signed and hand numbered
35 € + shipping 7 €

"This book reflects my interest in the relationship between photography and theater as a space for representation. Bringing together my own pictures and photos from an unknown archive, I created Libretto as a construct of several pieces of real and imaginary life of someone through the imitation of the theatrical stage.

13 January 2017

Mattia Vacca - A winter's tale


A winter's tale
by Mattia Vacca
Edited by Emanuela Mirabelli
Text (english and italian) by Emanuela Mirabelli, Maurizio Pratelli, Luca Galli
112 Pages,  24x28 cm
Offset Printing, Hardcover
First edition, 1000 copies
40 € + shipping

"In a green valley, amongst Lake Como’s forests and alpine pastures, the Carnival of Schignano is celebrated every year and sinks its roots in the past, when the men used to leave their homes and families for nine months a year. The parade, full of allegories and symbols, depicts the farewell of the men, who have to leave village one again towards their migrant destiny. A spontaneous festival, anarchical, without rules or written laws, that continues to live only thanks to the people’s spirit and to the artisans who cave the characteristic wooden masks."

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Various artists - Lost Plot Zine #1


Lost Plot Zine #1
by Inês Pinhão, Nuno Ferreira Monteiro and Frederico Gonçalves
48 pages, 20x14cm
Black and White Laser print
Limited edition of 100
€6 + shipping

"The first issue of the Lost Plot Zine features three photo projects, “Proof of Uneasiness” by Inês Pinhão, “Essence” by Nuno Ferreira Monteiro and “My Other Knife” by Fred Gonçalves.
The Lost Plot Collective is an independent photo zine publisher based in Portugal."

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10 January 2017

Megan Tepper - To The Grave


To The Grave
by Megan Tepper
128 pages, 8x10in
Digital color printing
Edition of 25, numbered and signed
$50.00 + shipping

"A compilation of images, drawings, and text that spanned from June 2015 until February 2016. A book that started as a collection to monument a relationship turned into a book that showed the lifespan of a modern day long-distance relationship, ending in the aftermath of the "death" of it."

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07 January 2017

S A Robinson - People Reading Volumes 1-5


People Reading Volumes 1-5
S A Robinson
32 pages each
198mm x 198mm
Numbered edition of 100 each
b/w digital printing
£5 each or £22 for the set of five zines

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Ruben Mália - Anti-Austeridade


Anti-Austeridade
By : Ruben Mália
Publisher: Tree House Project
36 pages, 15x20  cm
Digital Print - Couché Gloss 150g
 8,42€ (Pt) / 11,40€ (International)

"Anti-Austeridade ( Anti-Austerity ) is a compilation of images taken between 2011 and 2012 of some the biggest protests in Porto and Lisbon that led to the streets thousands of people in massive movements across the country."

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02 January 2017

Nathan Pearce - The Farm


The Farm
by Nathan Pearce
36 pages, A5
HP Indigo Print
Inside Paper - White Offset 135 gr
Cover Paper -White Offset 300gr
Edition of 50, numbered
8,00 € + shipping

"The rural Midwest is a place with no exit for some people. It's not that they are trapped here. It's that they have no desire to leave. Everything they know and want is on this land. "

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Oliver Merce - The Anatomy of Decay


The Anatomy of Decay
by Oliver Merce
edit, design: Cristian Bassa 
essays: Florin Șipoș
192 pages; 21,5 x 21,5 x 2 cm
offset printing on matte paper 170g
bilingual text in both English & Romanian
edition: 200 numbered and signed copies
18 Euro (13 x 18 cm signed print from the book is included!) + shipping

“Through the 111 black and white photos in “The Anatomy of Decay”, Oliver Merce is creating a visual documentation of a history swept under the rug, annihilated, together with its forgotten tragedies. The photos, taken during a 2 years, are picketing in a very discreet and inflexible manner the collective memory of “Crivina” and “New Town” neighborhood, both of them belonging Anina City. A time for living now unveils itself as a time for confession.” - Florin Șipoș

01 January 2017

Next Book Case Study workshop coming up!



New Book Case Study Workshop for 2017 announced! Applications are due before January 15th. More info on admissions, dates and prices on the Book Case Study website.

We've tried to strike a balance between affordability and small numbers, resulting in four packed days of photobook thinking, making and critique. For this edition, the entire workshop program has been restructured, because we wanted to offer you a more in-depth, slow-paced, and personalized experience. 

We feel there is a need among photographers, who often work individually and in relative isolation, to receive substantial, content-oriented, honest feedback about their projects and approach. The total number of participants is therefore limited to eight candidates, with whom we will work individually and in group sessions.

Sign up and make good on your new year resolution to finally wrap up your publishing project!

Natalya Reznik - Looking for my father


Looking for my father
Natalya Reznik
96 pages, 13x21 mm (5,1x8,2 inches)
Digital printing
Bilingual text in both English & Russian
200 numbered and signed copies
25 Euro + shipping

"'I met my father last time when I was 3 years old. I am trying to find him with the means of photography, inserting screen icons such as Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon and Marcello Mastroianni into photographs beside my mother to create an idealised new family’."

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31 December 2016

Nathan Pearce - i took a train trip with my grandma


i took a train trip with my grandma
by Nathan Pearce
8 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 inches
Photocopy
Price $5

"In the summer of 2016 I took a train with my Grandmother from southern Illinois to Seattle."

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20 December 2016

Björn Allemann - Am Platz ein Baum

Am Platz ein Baum
by Björn Allemann
Design: Lars Egert
32 pages, 16,5 cm x 21,5 cm
Offset printing
30 CHF + international shipping costs

"All photographs were taken between 2011 and 2013 at Paradeplatz in Zurich."

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Matt Borruso - Wax House of Wax


Wax House of Wax
by Matt Borruso
112 pages, 10.25 X 8"
digital printing, full color, handmade, screen printed cloth hardcover, hand sewn binding
First edition of 150
$50.00 + shipping

"Images are incised, effaced, and reoriented, their figures redacted, and their seams amplified. Replicated in mirrors, they enter the reaching non-space of multiplied reflections."

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Joseph Wilcox - Hall Pass #1


Hall Pass #1
by Joseph Wilcox
34 pages, 21.6 x 14 cm, 8.5 x 5.5 inches
Laserjet
No Edition
$5 US / $20 International

“In Mr. Wilcox’s art classes at Lane Tech High School, the hall pass is a Canon AE-1 35mm camera. If a student needs to use the pass, they are asked to trade a photograph for use of the pass. Mr. Wilcox then curates these photos into a zine. Students suggest ideas for how to spend the profits and then vote for where the money goes. The profits from this issue will be donated to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe - Dakota Access Pipeline Donation Fund.”

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Manca Juvan - Guardians of the Spoon


Guardians of the Spoon
Manca Juvan
Saša Petejan, Urška Strle, Slavoj Žižek
112,  21,1x26,8cm
Offset printing
300 copies
49 Eur

"This book sheds light on some fragments of the destinies of Slovene victims of Italian Fascist camps; it is an attempt to give voice to the politically induced loss of historic memory and it represents an act of remembrance - a way to pay respect to the past victims and survivors of Italian camps and their relatives.

Award on 32. Slovenian bookfair (2016) for best design among monographic and bibliophilic books."

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11 December 2016

Marton Gosztonyi - Airlift to Berlin


Airlift to Berlin
by Marton Gosztonyi
50 pages, 200mmx141mm
Digital print
Edition of 50
£10 + shipping
"For me the interesting thing about Berlin was the similarities to my hometown Budapest, as both cities share quite a few post communist features. Looking at the streets and the buildings, I had this weird feeling of being somewhere new but very familiar at the same time."

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Thomas Boivin - A Short Story


A Short Story
Thomas Boivin
22x31 cm, 108 pages
Digital printing, 380 copies (second edition)
25 € + shipping

"A short story. A love story. A dialogue. Love on the left bank meets Before sunrise. Playful, delightful, sad and heartfelt. Wonderful text and wonderful images work so wonderfully well in the cinematic layout." - Stefan Vanthuyne

Matthias Kümpel - Wenn es dunkel wird, kommst du nach Hause!



Wenn es dunkel wird, kommst du nach Hause!
by Matthias Kümpel
40 pages, 8.25" x 10.75“
Zine, 24 + 1 black&white photographs
limited edition of 36 numbered copies
8 EUR (Germany) / 12 EUR (incl. worldwide shipping)

"A short story taking you into the darkness, told in 24 black&white photographs."

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06 December 2016

Fábio Miguel Roque - Awaken



Awaken
by Fábio Miguel Roque
Design & Sequence: Fábio Miguel Roque
Production: Peter Oey
44 pages, 210 x 148 mm
Softcover, Japanese four hole stab binding
HP Indigo Print
Cover: Pop'set recycled black 240grs
Inside: Biotop recycled off white 250grs
Edition of 25 copies
30,00 € + shipping

"Awaken is a strange and mysterious journey through the night."

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various artists - LDOC Collected Edition



LDOC Collected Edition
featuring Kirsten Aguilar, Yuan Changming, Philip Dembinski, Amy Giacalone, Liz Grear, Eric Hazen, Alex Jaros, Rachel Jump, Rita Koehler, Jennifer B. Larson, Megan Magill, Hannah McHugh, Sahar Mustafah, Meg T. Noe, Nathan Pearce, Carly Ries, John Steck Jr., Natalie Unger, Pablo Vindel, Guanyu Xu, Victor Yañez-Lazcano, Lauren Zallo
24 issues, 4 pages each, 34 x 17.75 cm, 13.375 x 7 inches
Offset Prints
Edition of 50
$25 US / $40 International

“LDOC was a free creative writing and photography publication distributed to Red Line train riders in Chicago through newspaper boxes and hand-to-hand distribution. Each month’s issue featured two installments of an emerging Chicago artist and writer. The publication was co-created by Danielle & Joseph Wilcox with the hope of bringing art to audiences that might not otherwise engage with it.”

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05 December 2016

Fergus Coyle - Don't Stop Now

Don't Stop Now
by Fergus Coyle
44 pages, 255mmx210mm, wire stitched
Digital printing
Edition of 50
£10 + shipping

"A collection of photograph taken crossing the US on a cycle road trip."

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29 November 2016

Kramer O'Neill - Stills From Imaginary Movies, no. 3



Stills From Imaginary Movies, no. 3
by Kramer O'Neill
42 pages, 14.8 x 21cm / 5.8 x 8.3 in
Digital Printing
Edition of 60
$10 + shipping

"The latest installment of life as cinema as life."

Jessie Churchill - Dawn.


Dawn.
Jessie Churchill
44 Pages
21 x 29.7 cm / 8.3 x11.7 inches
Colour offset
£10

"Dawn. Is the time before noon, with the early risers and quiet light. Dawn. Is compiled of photographs (35mm) taken early in the day, over a 2 year period, 2014-2016."

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25 November 2016

Nuno Ferreira Monteiro - Impressões / Impressions


Impressões / Impressions
by Nuno Ferreira Monteiro
74 pages, A4
Black and White Digital Print
Edition of 500
15,00 € + shipping
Bilingual text in both Portuguese and English

"Impressions documents a photographic journey through Southeast Asia featuring photos from cities and small villages in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam."

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Christian Reister - DRIFTWOOD 3 | Berlin


DRIFTWOOD 3 | Berlin
by Christian Reister
32 b/w pages
14.8 x 21 cm / 5.83 x 8.27 inches
digital printing, saddle stitch
Edition: 50
€ 40 + shipping for 4 issues of Driftwood
€ 12 + shipping for this zine alone

"Berlin - dark, grainy, dirty and blurred black and white photography"

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Various artists - Mythologique


Mythologique
by Elena Anosova, Ekaterina Ashitkova, Natalia Baluta, Anastasia Bogomolova, Varvara Kuzmina, Sergey Poteryaev, Juliana Semenova
Introduction: Anastasia Bogomolova
Design: Tungus Bodr
16 pages, 21 × 28 cm (8,2 х 11 inches)
Digital print, two types of paper
Edition: 60 copies
Languages: English, Russian
€ 8 + shipping

"The collective project of seven artists from Russia, dedicated to the study of the regional mythology. The space cold in Yakutsk, the search for traces of collision with the Universe, the myth of the space pioneer, the story of the pilot-spy, unreal urban landscapes, people who departed from the shore of the Aral Sea and the life of hunters from the Nizhnaya Tunguska are the parts of this zine."

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Arnis Balcus - Victory Park


Victory Park
by Arnis Balcus
84 pages, 23×29 cm
Section-sewn, swiss-bound
Offset print
Published by Brave Books
Edition of 500
€30 + shipping

"Arnis Balcus’s photobook Victory Park focuses on a particular location in the Latvian capital of Riga, a park with a complex history overlaid with the policies of former regimes and cumbersome social realities. This photographic work is more than just documentation or research material – the spontaneity of the shots and the juxtaposition of the images in the book creates an impression of an artistic experiment carried out in-situ."

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18 November 2016

David Gonçalves - Where the Wound Lies


Where the Wound Lies
by David Gonçalves
36 pages, A5
Black and White Digital Print
Inside Paper - Splendorgel Extra White 100 gr
Cover Paper -Splendorgel Extra White 300gr
Edition of 40, numbered
7,00 € + shipping

"To speak of the wound in times of terror. The time of the photographs is later than the end. Nothing left to see, if not the decay in an eternal return."

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Dennis Neal Vaughn - Betwixt and Between


Betwixt and Between
by Dennis Neal Vaughn
66 pages, 55 color plates, 8.5" x 8.5" (21.59cm x 21.59cm)
digital 4 color press, printed on 176 gsm uncoated paper.
Cover is printed 4/0 on uncoated cover stock.
limited edition of 100, signed and numbered with unique print
$19.95 + shipping

"Betwixt And Between is a conversation about seeing the Sisyphean struggle to survive. The ability to live in the cracks, the edge of life, underfoot and overlooked. The unobserved."

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16 November 2016

Algis Griskevicius - TADA

TADA
by Algis Griskevicius
Additional contributor: Leonidas Donskis
21×24 cm. / 64+16 pages / + silver gelatin print (15x12 cm.)
offset printing
Edition: 99+1AP
60 Euros + shipping

The book reveals photographs taken in between 1985 – 1995 (last decade of Communist regime in Lithuania) and were used as visual material and inspiration for paintings. The constructive look of the author purifies the Soviet architectural landscape towards the symmetric compositions ant turns them into certain sculptural compositions. The introductions essay by philosopher Leonidas Donskis “Started and unfinished reality” fits few possibilities for interpretation."

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Neil Trefor Hughes - Swn-y-Don


Swn-y-Don
by Neil Trefor Hughes
58 Pages
210mm x 148mm (A5)
Offset printed
Edition of 44
£8.04

"Swn y Don translates as sound of the wave."

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Mark Anthony Brown Jr. - The Way Light Works: Vol. 1


The Way Light Works: Vol. 1
by Mark Anthony Brown Jr.
Editors: Joi Sears, Mark Bricker and Austin Radcliffe.
8''x10'', 58 pages, color and black & white images\
soft cover, perfect bound
Digital printing
Edition of 50
$26 +shipping

"The Way Light Works: Vol. 1 is the first print collection of artist, photographer Mark Anthony Brown Jr., known on the internet as @markbwavy. The collection of photos explore the phenomenon of light. The book offers over 50+ colour and black and white photographs ranging from the artists start as a photographer up to the year 2016."

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Philipp Zechner - Tokyo Radiant


Tokyo Radiant
by Philipp Zechner
84 pages, 30x20cm (11.6x8.3 inches)
Color infrared photographs
Digital print, Hardcover
€ 30 + shipping

“Tokyo Radiant” portrays the Japanese capital following the Great Tohoku Earthquake that struck the country in 2011. In color infrared pictures, it captures the uncertainty and eerieness that struck the country following the triple catastrophe of earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown at Fukushima Daichi power plant.”

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Chris Daly - Soap and Rocket


Soap and Rocket
by Chris Daly
48 pages, 14.8 x 21.0 cm & 5.83 x 8.27 inches
Digital printing
Edition:100
£9 + postage

"Soap and Rocket, Episode 3 – The Beautiful Game. Pictures depict a single game from the 1972 World Chess Championship, held in Reykjavik Iceland - Game No. 6, Sunday 23 July, Fischer (USA) v Spassky (USSR). Queen’s Gambit Declined: Tartaktower Defence Exchange Variation (D59)."

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06 November 2016

Jonathan Levitt - Mawooshen: Life & Landscape of the Maritime Archaic



Mawooshen: Life & Landscape of the Maritime Archaic
by Jonathan Levitt
200 pages, 8.375” x 10.75”
Offset printing
300 edition includes four-color lithograph signed on verso
$125

"Among the islands and coastal mountains of Penobscot Bay in Maine, Jonathan Levitt uncovers a mythological ecology of place— a map of the uncanny."

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05 November 2016

Shane Lavalette - One Sun, One Shadow

One Sun, One Shadow
by Shane Lavalette
Afterword by Tim Davis
124 pages, 9 x 10.75 in. / 22.86 x 27.31 cm.
Offset printing
Edition: 1500
$65

"Shane Lavalette was commissioned by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta to create a new series of photographs for their 2012 exhibition, “Picturing the South.” Lavalette’s monograph, One Sun, One Shadow, is an extension of this body of work."

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03 November 2016

Stefano Vigni - An archaeology


An archaeology
by Stefano Vigni 
Seipersei / Self published
24×30cm, Softcover, 48 pp.
Indigo - PressUp printing
Color and B/W,  2016
€18 + shipping

"An archaeology is a trip through time; it’s about how an old object once found by an archaeologist’s gets to us and communicate the real signs of its time, the information about the people who have used it, and in particular the time travel that this object had to do to bring us valuable information."

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31 October 2016

Peter Oey - Lisboa


Lisboa
by Peter Oey
68 pages, 21x14,8 cm
HP Indigo Print
Cover Paper - Gardapat Kiara 250 gr
Inside Paper - Gardapat Kiara 135 gr
published: October 2016
15 € + shipping

"The pictures were made in 1996, so it is very interesting to see the differences that operated in the city since then."

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30 October 2016

Marte Aas - Sitters (Angle 16°)


Sitters (Angle 16°)
by Marte Aas
24 pages, 14,8 x 20 cm
Booklet, saddle stitched
Offset print
Published by Multiples
Edition of 360
€ 11 / free shipping

"Aas shows a series of portraits of Norwegian artists posing more or less undressed in front of her camera in positions they have worked out together. The photographed artists, who themselves possess much knowledge of visual codes and esthetic expression, are given a major say in how they will be presented. The boundary between subject and object is blurred; power relations are disturbed, dislocated."

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29 October 2016

Simon Becker - Otherland


Otherland
by Simon Becker
Numbered edition of 100
b/w digital printing / stapled
52 pages, 294 x 214mm
£10.00 (inc UK postage)

"I came to otherland to see a country at a critical crossroads. I came home with a completely different story: one about its youth, its heritage, its people’s rough edges and soft spots; and also one about myself, about my love and frustration, and why I chose to show no evidence of what and where otherland actually is."

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28 October 2016

various artists - Rabbit Rabbit


Rabbit Rabbit
by Mika Aono, Nathalie Brilliant, Rachelle Bussières, Joanne Easton, Marshall Elliott, Camden Hardy, Elise Kirk, Natalie Krick, Victoria Maidhof, Takako Matoba, Aram Muksian, Anh-Thuy Nguyen, Michelle Ott, Özlem Ayse Özgür, Megan Reed, T. Rios, Anna Rose, Ileana Tejada, Dr. Marcy Willard, Dr. Cori Wong, and Raheleh Minoosh Zomorrodinia.

104 pp, 14 x 21.5cm, 5.5 x 8.5in
Digital printing, Indigo press
Edition of 500. First 200 copies sold include a limited edition collectable postcard beautifully crafted from a 1940's illustration sourced from Big Bad Bettie's archive.
 $40 USD + shipping

"Rabbit Rabbit is an annual curated journal of emerging artists and innovators.  RR01 Transition brings together recent graduates in a variety of fields, each of them in the midst of navigating their own transition from the boundaries of graduate school to the murky lines of the “real world”.   Conceived as a "portable exhibition", Rabbit Rabbit boasts a luxurious cover, compact size, high-quality printing, and unique design that interweaves imagery, essays, exclusive interviews, and even a guided tour."

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Letícia Lampert - The Color Scale of Things



The Color Scale of Things
by Letícia Lampert
self-published
86 pages, 6 x 28 x 2 cm
offset printing
edition of 1500
R$ 135 /international shipping included ( approx USD 40)

"Inspired by the Pantone Color Guide and other color books, The Color Scale of Things is an artist book that translates and plays with the relations between colors, words and images. There are 70 colors presented through the photos of elements that we use in common language to name colors, like “leaf green”, “egg yellow”, “navy blue” and so on."

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24 October 2016

Daniel Donnelly - Conveyor to the ceiling

Conveyor to the ceiling
by Daniel Donnelly
28 pp, Folded 12 x 8 cm
Museum gift shop bag: 21 x 15cm
Museum gift shop ruler: 15cm
Offset printing
Edition: 250
Price: £10.00 + shipping

"A little book about trying to visit a big ceiling in the Sistine Chapel."

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23 October 2016

Jude Star - Do You Believe In Magic?


Do You Believe In Magic?
by Jude Star
60 pages, 8.5" x 10.5"
Inkjet printing
Numbered edition of 200
Price: $25

"Jude Star is a Toronto-based photographer whose work involves immersing himself in fringe cultures to explore psychedelic experiences and/or mystical states. His new book Do You Believe in Magic? captures the "weirdness and self exploration" of the music festival scene in British Columbia."

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Christophe Le Toquin - Éléments d'une typologie de l'urbanisation contemporaine d'un village français de deux mille huit cent trente neuf habitants - Vol #9



Éléments d'une typologie de l'urbanisation contemporaine d'un village français de deux mille huit cent trente neuf habitants - Vol #9
by Christophe Le Toquin
24 pp, 18 x 24 cm
Digital printing
Edition size 50
€15 + shipping

"This book is the eighth in a series of 10 books about a French village. After the evocation of vegetation in volume #1, water in volume #2, public places and equipment in volume #3, typology of networks in volume #4, fences and boundaries in volume #5, housing and residential estates in volume #6, signs and typography in volume #7, industrial estate in volume #8, volume #9 is dedicated to the decayed areas with a text by Ian Bamford, PhD from the Ulster University - Belfast."

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Kerstin Flake - Replaces (Angle 15°)

Replaces (Angle 15°)
by Kerstin Flake
24 pages, 14,8 x 20 cm
Booklet, saddle stitched
Offset print
Published by Multiples
Edition of 360
€ 11 / free shipping

"Flake has photographed installations in her studio space in Leipzig in the former East Germany. This region is marked by the confluence of new capital in the form of real-estate speculation and the decline of old industrial complexes. The photographs show spaces where the original function of the interiors has been altered and reorganized."

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20 October 2016

Jonathan Levitt - Mawooshen: Life & Landscape of the Maritime Archaic



Mawooshen: Life & Landscape of the Maritime Archaic
by Jonathan Levitt
200 pages, 8.375” x 10.75”
Offset printing
edition of 300, includes four-color lithograph signed on verso
$125

"Among the islands and coastal mountains of Penobscot Bay in Maine, Jonathan Levitt uncovers a mythological ecology of place— a map of the uncanny."

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