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His creations are based on things he saw and photographs he took while travelling and walking the street. They show a world that is familiar but out of reach, like the dancing coloured pins on a clothesline, suspended somewhere between the overfamiliar and the hallucinatory — as if a chance apparition, glimpsed momentarily, before it vanishes into its habitat. The images lure the viewer into a mirror world, a twin universe made only of paper.
But the imperfect models are awash with discrepancies from actual things, and as such, they act as small ruptures that complicate the old indexical bond between a photograph and reality. Demand describes the series as Haiku poetry, simple fragments strung together to inspire reflection; they are the stock of our daily lives, but as they trigger deja vu through performed repetition, they ask us to look again, anew, to find in the repertoire an ordinary but redemptive beauty. Carpenter, Tim.
Los Angeles: The Ice Plant, Cloth with Pastedown. Photography Monograph. New York, NY: Self-published. Printed in Poland by Szaransky, First Edition. Debossed Cloth. Artist Monograph. During the process, Shubuck realized that so much of what she was doing directly connected to a show she staged as a student at the San Francisco Art Institute in the early s.
Wanting to formalize that multi-decade connection, she decided to make a book. While at the Art institute, Shubuck studied painting, but probably spent more time tagging on the streets in the middle of the night than in her studio. When it came time to produce her student show, she constructed ten very unusual fake cakes festooned with pink ham hocks, a school of fresh sardines, a tent of chicken feet, and live crickets within a hat box within a cake.
They became partners and began experimenting with dreamy layers cakes, which were served at WIFEY and were met with great acclaim. As described by Ella Riley-Adams on Vogue. Kuhn, Mona. Cloth With Pastedown. Designed by The Entente. Through intimacy with her subjects, knowledge of traditional iconography, and technical mastery, Kuhn portrays the complexities of human nature, both tempting and provoking our imagination.
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Reminiscent of Georgia O'Keeffe's floral paintings, your eyes wander around the graceful lines, not knowing exactly what you are looking at. It resonates an adoration and child-like curiosity for what it is to be a woman. My intention is not to objectify the body, but to celebrate the female body and its essence. Divola, John. Pictorial Boards. Armed with a camera, spray paint, string and cardboard, the artist would produce one of his most significant photographic projects entitled "Vandalism". In this visceral, black and white series of images Divola vandalized vacant homes with abstract constellations of graffiti-like marks, ritualistic configurations of string hooked to pins, and torn arrangements of card, before photographing the results.
The project vigorously merged the documentary approach of forensic photography with staged interventions echoing sculpture, performance, and installation art. If you would like to pre-order a signed copy and collect it at the event, please indicate this in the "Notes" section of your order. Anthology Editions. An enhanced edition of the original Rizzoli publication, God Save Sex Pistols offers an unseen visual history of the incendiary punk band. Limited run of Books will be signed by Mr. Ishino, Fumi. Rowing a Tetrapod brings together a fluctuating array of black and white photographs made in multiple locations in the United States and Japan, between which countries emerging artist Fumi Ishino has resided.
The work channels his nomadic experience of moving back and forth between two distinct cultures, with divergent social norms and values.
Following an aleatoric structure, the book presents images as diverse as Japanese school children, American astronauts, vernacular architecture, laboratory scenes, local cuisines, animals and studio still-lifes. Blurring distinctions between the local and the foreign, the domestic and the cosmic, Rowing a Tetrapod delights in confusing cultural conceptions, fabricating an imaginary space that is bent towards misinterpretation. Templeton, Ed. Illustrated Boards. Designed by Ed Templeton.
The follow up to his Um Yeah Arts survey "Wayward Cognitions", "Tangentially Parenthetical" picks up where the latter collection ended.
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By combining intimate, accidental, and unconnected moments into one linear piece of work, he tells hundreds of new stories through the thoughtful arrangement of semi-related yet completely unfastened imagery. Panar, Ed. Essay by Timothy Morton. Can non-humans care? Of course they can. Can we?
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Extending the project Panar began in with Animals That Saw Me: Volume One, this 'sequel' draws from recent work and newly discovered gems from his vast back catalogue to depict a series of brief, shared encounters with various non-human species — mammal, reptile, bird, insect — as they seem to behold the human photographer. What does the presence of a camera add to this phenomenon? Panar on November 12th and shipped on November 15th.
Second Edition. The series was born after an impromptu nude swimming-pool shoot of husband and artist Ed Templeton, which spurred an eight-year journey in the study of light, expression and the enigma of water. Shooting entirely on color, black and white, and Polaroid film, Templeton sent friends into the pool to be photographed in their truest form. Unlike her street photography, in which subjects were often strangers, Templeton found that creating these portraits required more intimacy and connection - a feeling that is apparent throughout every image in the series.
As Ed Templeton writes in his afterword to this volume, "the nude swimmer is floating in a void of quiet solitude, the gentle pressure of being underwater enclosing her form like a baby in a womb and nothing exists outside of this world. A lone figure amidst a sea of blues and greys and frenetic sunlight performing a solitary dance for the photographer above, choosing movements and directions, twisting and swooping, contorting and expelling breaths painting a picture of form and light together".
Folded Newsprint, pages. A collection of techniques, textiles, people, and organizations involved with dosa, past and present. Information is based on our notes from the field - insights gained working side by side with artisans, knowledge shared with us firsthand, and reference material from books picked up along our travels. Entries include a brief description and geographical origin or region of reference. This glossary is a continual work-in-progress.
Kim at our event on December 16th and shipped on December 19th. Nicks, Dewey.
Introduction by Brad Dunning. Santa Barbara, CA: T. Adler Books, Oblong Small 4to. Pictorial Boards in Plastic Dust Jacket. American photographer Dewey Nicks roared into the s magazine world by filling his shoots with fascinating people and a vibe of boundless energy and nonstop fun. Publications such as Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, W and Vanity Fair kept Nicks moving seamlessly between celebrity, fashion and advertising assignments, his portfolio amassing a who's who of iconic women, including Cindy Crawford, Natalie Portman, Sofia Coppola, Patricia Arquette, Shalom Harlow and Cher, to name only a few.
Nicks recently found a forgotten box buried deep in his archive with thousands of Polaroids from his s photo sessions. These one-of-a-kind favorites saved from hundreds of shoots, both private and assigned, offer an intimate portrait into Nicks' life, friends and work. The immediacy of Polaroids combined with the natural fading of the physical print after decades in a shoebox makes each of these images singularly unique and tangibly genuine. Nicks was so smitten with this time capsule of images that he immediately shared them with his frequent collaborator, book designer and publisher Tom Adler, and this beautifully produced book was born.
Nicks will be signing books at Arcana on Sunday, November 4th. Orders will ship on Tuesday, November 6th.
Reto Caduff, Editor. Graphic Design Monograph. Text in English. Using very different kinds of instruments - from a MacBook to a pantograph - for his compositions, he pushes the boundaries of design. Fusing modern means with the centuries-old tradition of the letterpress, he forms a new vocabulary on how to communicate through type and form in a truly un-nostalgic way.
Never retro, his work is a clever response to the search for new ways of graphic expression: true print. Templeton, Deanna and Ed. Cloth with Pastedown in a Plastic Slipcase. Hot off the Nazraeli Press, "Contemporary Suburbium" is the beautifully produced collaboration between photographers Ed and Deanna Templeton. Presented as a double-sided accordion-fold leporello bound between two boards, each utilizes a full side to provide a linear documentary of the goings-on of their OC neighbors over the past fifteen years.
A brand new, pristine example of the first edition limited to two thousand unnumbered copies in the publisher's printed plastic slipcase additionally SIGNED by both Ed and Deanna Templeton in ink. Kent, Sister Mary Corita, Dr. Los Angeles: Atelier Editions, Skip to content. Set on the islands of Hawaii one Halloween, the film follows three friends who must use local legends to restore peace to their home after releasing a mythical monster.
A century after the witch was killed, the Emerald City is ruled by a once-revered hero, and salvation comes from the unlikely wrench of young Victoria Wright. After conquering R'yleh and the Frozen Kingdom young Howard Lovecraft must now travel to the Undersea Kingdom in order to free his captured family, protect three mysterious magical books, and prevent the impending wrath of Cthulhu.
After visiting his father in Arkham Sanitarium, young Howard Lovecraft accidentally uses the legendary Necronomicon to open a portal to a strange frozen world filled with horrifying creatures and a great adventure.