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RareBooksParis Tote Bag 100% biological cotton Made in France Printed both sides, double handles. Size 53cm x 39cm x 19cm  
RareBooksParis Tote Bag 100% biological cotton Made in France Printed both sides, double handles. Size 53cm x 39cm x 19cm  
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BILL is a photographic-only magazine designed, edited, and produced by Julie Peeters. Associate editor: Elena Narbutaite. BILL 3 is a special archival issue, features unpublished Martin Margiela lookbook photographs, a horse, street style from the 90’s, vases of Japan, a silver story, a flash forward and back, tennis, an icecube tray, more Margiela, Hysteric Glamour and a bunch of frivilous images.
The stories are sourced from the book collections of RareBooksParis and Julie Peeters. Printed in 2020, bound in 2021.
BILL is a photographic-only magazine designed, edited, and produced by Julie Peeters. Associate editor: Elena Narbutaite. BILL 3 is a special archival issue, features unpublished Martin Margiela lookbook photographs, a horse, street style from the 90’s, vases of Japan, a silver story, a flash forward and back, tennis, an icecube[…]
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Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.
Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.
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Special New Jersey issue, Spring 2001. First fashion editorial by Richard Prince. Other contributions by Marlene Marino, Dike Blair, Elein Fleiss. Editorials by Terry Richardson, Richard Kern, Juergen Teller, Banu Cennetoglu, and Kyoji Takahashi.
Special New Jersey issue, Spring 2001. First fashion editorial by Richard Prince. Other contributions by Marlene Marino, Dike Blair, Elein Fleiss. Editorials by Terry Richardson, Richard Kern, Juergen Teller, Banu Cennetoglu, and Kyoji Takahashi.
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The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life and the expression of the house of Maison Martin Margiela" wherein the magazine acts as a reunion of staff members, collaborators, collectors, models, photographers, artists and film makers to show what they are working on at the moment or a piece of work which still remains very dear to them. The color white, in all its shades and temperatures, acts as a unifying thread between the participants.
The rare first issue of "A Magazine Curated By", a publishing project for which fashion designers are invited to act as guest editors, filling each issue with a personal selection of their own material, expressing their aesthetic and cultural values. The leitmotiv of this issue is "the extended creative life[…]
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As shopping shifts online and the economic shocks associated with the coronavirus pandemic push bankruptcies to unprecedented levels, retail is facing its own version of the end of days. The arsenal of commercial techniques that retail has developed can no longer function as usual. As a result, the entangled worlds of architecture, fashion, business, and art appear to us in a new light, testifying to a culture that is going extinct. At the same time, retail’s techniques of attraction and distraction have become visible in a new way. Stripped of their use-value, they reveal themselves as techniques of pure display. Retail Apocalypse presents a compendium of case studies, interventions, and object lessons rescued from the bonfire of retail culture, ranging from Friedrich Kiesler’s display windows to Gae Aulenti’s Fiat showrooms; from J. G. Ballard’s dystopian fantasies to TELFAR’s critical utopias; and from Rem Koolhaas to Herzog & de Meuron.
As shopping shifts online and the economic shocks associated with the coronavirus pandemic push bankruptcies to unprecedented levels, retail is facing its own version of the end of days. The arsenal of commercial techniques that retail has developed can no longer function as usual. As a result, the entangled worlds[…]
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Magazine realized on the occasion of the exposition “L’hiver de l’amour” held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1994. Contributions by Martine Aballea. Amour. Shuji Ariyoshy. Sadie Benning. Dike Blair. Véronique Boudier. Maurizio Cattelan. Larry Clark. Mat Collishaw. Anders Edstrom. Encore. Erotirm. General Idea. Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. Yves Grenet. Marie-Ange Guilleminot. Farida Hajamadi. David Hammons. Markus Hansen. Lothar Hemper. Carsten Höller. Bernard Joisten. Tom Kalin. Alix Lambert. Claude Leveque. John Lindell. Martin Margliela. Eva Marisaldi. Mode. Jon Moritsugu. Scott Myles. Hans-Ulrich Obrist. Valérie Pigato. Adrien Piper. R, DSV & CIE. David Robbins. François Roche. Allen Ruppersberg. René Santos. Julia Scher. Wolfgang Tillmans. Rirkrit Tiravanija. Inez Van Lamsweerde. Jan Van Oost. Vidya. Viktor&Rolf. Jean-Luc Vilmouth. Andrea Zittel.
Magazine realized on the occasion of the exposition “L’hiver de l’amour” held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1994. Contributions by Martine Aballea. Amour. Shuji Ariyoshy. Sadie Benning. Dike Blair. Véronique Boudier. Maurizio Cattelan. Larry Clark. Mat Collishaw. Anders Edstrom. Encore. Erotirm. General Idea. Dominique[…]
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Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela; their visceral visual language was then enthusiastically employed by second-wave stars like Raf Simons, Veronique Branquinho and Jurgi Persoons. This essential collection of thirty years of seminal European fashion imagery shows every facet of the duo's aesthetic, from austere catwalk experimentalism to equally surprising moments of beauty and humour.
Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela;[…]
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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm. Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and many more.
The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm. Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and[…]
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Permanent food is a cannibal magazine, a project conceived and produced by Maurizio Cattelan and Paola Manfrin. It is the result of the passion, obsession and artistic action of its creators, a trace of their critical gaze towards the social context. Built with images stolen from other magazines, selected, torn, detached, modified and then reassembled, Permanent Food was born almost for fun, without the need to have a defined style and personality. It ended up becoming a serious fact, a concrete sign of the times, a collector's item, a real and meaningful "second generation magazine". The aesthetics of each issue stems from the artistic link between Paola's sensitivity for images with a strong visual impact and Maurizio's preference for more cultured, ironic and clear images. Permanent Food's challenge to its audience is to consider and reflect on how we absorb and contextualize the constant flow of images in our daily life.
Permanent food is a cannibal magazine, a project conceived and produced by Maurizio Cattelan and Paola Manfrin. It is the result of the passion, obsession and artistic action of its creators, a trace of their critical gaze towards the social context. Built with images stolen from other magazines, selected, torn,[…]
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Permanent food is a cannibal magazine, a project conceived and produced by Maurizio Cattelan and Paola Manfrin. It is the result of the passion, obsession and artistic action of its creators, a trace of their critical gaze towards the social context. Built with images stolen from other magazines, selected, torn, detached, modified and then reassembled, Permanent Food was born almost for fun, without the need to have a defined style and personality. It ended up becoming a serious fact, a concrete sign of the times, a collector's item, a real and meaningful "second generation magazine". The aesthetics of each issue stems from the artistic link between Paola's sensitivity for images with a strong visual impact and Maurizio's preference for more cultured, ironic and clear images. Permanent Food's challenge to its audience is to consider and reflect on how we absorb and contextualize the constant flow of images in our daily life.
Permanent food is a cannibal magazine, a project conceived and produced by Maurizio Cattelan and Paola Manfrin. It is the result of the passion, obsession and artistic action of its creators, a trace of their critical gaze towards the social context. Built with images stolen from other magazines, selected, torn,[…]
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Le Monde d'Hermès n. 35. Fall/Winter 1990-2000. Editorial committee: Jean-Louis Dumas, Marie-Laurence De Lavenère, Fred Rawyler, Stéphane Wargnier, Anne-Marie Pilon.
Le Monde d'Hermès n. 35. Fall/Winter 1990-2000. Editorial committee: Jean-Louis Dumas, Marie-Laurence De Lavenère, Fred Rawyler, Stéphane Wargnier, Anne-Marie Pilon.
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The fashion label Thema Selection and its outlet in Oberdorf, a Zurich neighborhood, made quite a splash back in the 1970s in the placid city along the Limmat River. The label attracted notice with its unique style and eccentric fashion shows, and the shop itself became a favorite haunt of Zurich's arts scene over the years. The shop and label creators Katharina Bebie, Ursula Rodel and Sissi Zoebeli were joined a few years later by Elisabeth Bossard, then Christa Derungs, and now Sonnhild Kestler. The official membership of this creative undertaking was never decisive, it was a shared can-do business credo that really mattered. The backdrop to the history of this avant-garde enterprise is recounted here by the shop's founders as well as their companions along the way, who were then, and remain to this day, part of that special zest for life.
The fashion label Thema Selection and its outlet in Oberdorf, a Zurich neighborhood, made quite a splash back in the 1970s in the placid city along the Limmat River. The label attracted notice with its unique style and eccentric fashion shows, and the shop itself became a favorite haunt of[…]
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The book "Corruption Feeds” was published in connection with Will Benedict's exhibition at Bergen Kunsthall in the autumn of 2014. The book features documentation from a number of Benedict's latest exhibitions in a complex compilation of visual information, assembled by the artist in close cooperation with designer Theo Gennitsakis. The book also contains new interviews by Martin Clark, Nicolas Trembley, Paul Theriault and Alivia Zivich. The exhibition "Corruption Feeds" was Will Benedict's biggest and most ambitious project to date. The exhibition showed his entire range from artist to curator to film maker. The exhibition included a number of Benedict's works, both own and collaborative projects, and works from a total of 16 other invited artists.
The book "Corruption Feeds” was published in connection with Will Benedict's exhibition at Bergen Kunsthall in the autumn of 2014. The book features documentation from a number of Benedict's latest exhibitions in a complex compilation of visual information, assembled by the artist in close cooperation with designer Theo Gennitsakis. The[…]
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Gianni Versace Versus catalogue No. 12Photographed by Bruce Weber Produced by Donatella Versace and Paul BeckStylist Joe McKennaDesigned by Sam ShahidHair Didier MalingeMakeup Bonnie MallerSet Design Dimitri Levas
Gianni Versace Versus catalogue No. 12Photographed by Bruce Weber Produced by Donatella Versace and Paul BeckStylist Joe McKennaDesigned by Sam ShahidHair Didier MalingeMakeup Bonnie MallerSet Design Dimitri Levas
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This Richard Prince book was published in the occasion of the exhibition "Richard Prince" at Gladstone Gallery in New York in 2005. The Second House documents the ranch-style of his gallery, the long grass around it, and the 1973 Plymouth Barracuda parked in the yard, and commemorates the Guggenheim's purchase of the site, which they pledge to open to the public for ten years.
This Richard Prince book was published in the occasion of the exhibition "Richard Prince" at Gladstone Gallery in New York in 2005. The Second House documents the ranch-style of his gallery, the long grass around it, and the 1973 Plymouth Barracuda parked in the yard, and commemorates the Guggenheim's purchase of the[…]
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An absolute must-have title for Richard Prince collectors. First hardcover edition and first printing. A production by Richard Prince and Hans Werner Holzwarth that highlight the brilliant formal use of the color blue in Prince's photography.
An absolute must-have title for Richard Prince collectors. First hardcover edition and first printing. A production by Richard Prince and Hans Werner Holzwarth that highlight the brilliant formal use of the color blue in Prince's photography.
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Catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition at Hydra Workshop Greece in 2003 in a limited copy of 1000. In the Publicity works in this exhibition, Richard Prince draws upon his rich store of collected pop material for his anthropological examination of high and low culture.
Catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition at Hydra Workshop Greece in 2003 in a limited copy of 1000. In the Publicity works in this exhibition, Richard Prince draws upon his rich store of collected pop material for his anthropological examination of high and low culture.
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Richard Prince, the originator of re-photography and a leading proponent of postmodernism, is noted for his appropriations of mass cultural images as a means of questioning assumptions about representation and identity. This volume examines more than 100 works created during the past 15 years. This book is the catalogue of the itinerary exhibition held between 1992 and 1993 in four museums; Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), Kunstverein (Dusseldorf), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam.
Richard Prince, the originator of re-photography and a leading proponent of postmodernism, is noted for his appropriations of mass cultural images as a means of questioning assumptions about representation and identity. This volume examines more than 100 works created during the past 15 years. This book is the catalogue of the[…]
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Maurizio Cattelan issue, Summer 2002. Cover editorial with Maurizio Cattelan photographed by Mark Borthwick. This issue features Aneè Olofsson, Renè Dennis, Wolfgang Tillmans, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Takashi Homma, Chikashi Suzuki, Terry Richardson and many others.
Maurizio Cattelan issue, Summer 2002. Cover editorial with Maurizio Cattelan photographed by Mark Borthwick. This issue features Aneè Olofsson, Renè Dennis, Wolfgang Tillmans, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Takashi Homma, Chikashi Suzuki, Terry Richardson and many others.
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Special Tristesse issue, Summer 2001. Featuring Wolfgang Tillmans, Terry Richardson, Jeff Rian, Bruce Benderson, Nakako Hayashi, Martin Margiela, Chloe Sevigny, Catherine Deneuve, Chan Marshall, Richard Kern, Kim Gordon, Kate Moss, Chloe Sevigny, Natasha Vognovic, Terry Richardson, Martin Margiela Femme, Balenciaga.
Special Tristesse issue, Summer 2001. Featuring Wolfgang Tillmans, Terry Richardson, Jeff Rian, Bruce Benderson, Nakako Hayashi, Martin Margiela, Chloe Sevigny, Catherine Deneuve, Chan Marshall, Richard Kern, Kim Gordon, Kate Moss, Chloe Sevigny, Natasha Vognovic, Terry Richardson, Martin Margiela Femme, Balenciaga.
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Photographed by Vivienne Sassen, this book is a story of love and loss. Are we ever able to truly know someone, to truly know ourselves? In a remote village in the jungle of Suriname, she took portraits of this young man called Etan and combined them with blurred and scattered self-portraits, reflecting on the ancient myths of Narcissus and the Origin of Painting by Pliny the Elder.
Photographed by Vivienne Sassen, this book is a story of love and loss. Are we ever able to truly know someone, to truly know ourselves? In a remote village in the jungle of Suriname, she took portraits of this young man called Etan and combined them with blurred and scattered self-portraits, reflecting[…]
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Roxane is a visual journal in time by photographer Viviane Sassen. Roxane's body and expressions follow the artist's direction in a sequence of poses and moods collected over a number of years. The viewer is offered a glimpse of Sassen's creative process through the relationship between the photographer and her muse. Signed copy.
Roxane is a visual journal in time by photographer Viviane Sassen. Roxane's body and expressions follow the artist's direction in a sequence of poses and moods collected over a number of years. The viewer is offered a glimpse of Sassen's creative process through the relationship between the photographer and her muse.[…]
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L'Esprit Frappeur, Purple Books, 1999.Black-and-white photographs by Borthwick from the early 1990s, when he owned a nightclub in Paris and photographed for Purple Magazine. Includes intimate photos of fashion models, children, landscapes, and interiors. Out of print title.
L'Esprit Frappeur, Purple Books, 1999.Black-and-white photographs by Borthwick from the early 1990s, when he owned a nightclub in Paris and photographed for Purple Magazine. Includes intimate photos of fashion models, children, landscapes, and interiors. Out of print title.
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In Roxane II, Viviane Sassen and her muse Roxane continue writing their shared visual journal. The dynamic gallery of poses and moods touches notes at times sensual, at times tender. Images are equally about the performances in front of and behind the camera: Sassen's presence is perceived through her shadow and made tangible by scraps of paper that bear the imprint of her breasts. Edition of 1000 copies.
In Roxane II, Viviane Sassen and her muse Roxane continue writing their shared visual journal. The dynamic gallery of poses and moods touches notes at times sensual, at times tender. Images are equally about the performances in front of and behind the camera: Sassen's presence is perceived through her shadow[…]
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Loewe Fall Winter 2015 2016 Womenswear catalogue.Number 500 of 1200 copies.Creative Direction M/M (Paris)Photography Jamie HawkesworthStyling Benjamin BrunoFeaturing Lexi Boling
Loewe Fall Winter 2015 2016 Womenswear catalogue.Number 500 of 1200 copies.Creative Direction M/M (Paris)Photography Jamie HawkesworthStyling Benjamin BrunoFeaturing Lexi Boling
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Loewe Spring Summer 2020 runway collection Womenswear catalogue.Number 536 of 1200 copies.Creative Direction M/M (Paris)Photography Jamie HawkesworthStyling Benjamin BrunoFeaturing Kaya Gerber, Fumiko Imano
Loewe Spring Summer 2020 runway collection Womenswear catalogue.Number 536 of 1200 copies.Creative Direction M/M (Paris)Photography Jamie HawkesworthStyling Benjamin BrunoFeaturing Kaya Gerber, Fumiko Imano
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New York City newsstands jam-packed with a million titles, all screaming for attention, inspired 14 HYPE!, a parody of the media and a spoof on the tabloids. This issue is full of mock “ads." Funny slogans and tag lines are added to every page. Sixties supermodel Veruschka poses for a make-believe tabloid cover, Helmut Lang sends in an ad for Helmut Lang Industries (“The only company that loves you") photographed by David Sims. Vogue’s editor-at-large, Hamish Bowles, pens an interior-design piece about the “vintage suburban" family room of TV sitcom character Roseanne. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shoot a story on New York fashion that featured models computer montaged into New York interiors. Number 347 of 2000 copies.
New York City newsstands jam-packed with a million titles, all screaming for attention, inspired 14 HYPE!, a parody of the media and a spoof on the tabloids. This issue is full of mock “ads." Funny slogans and tag lines are added to every page. Sixties supermodel Veruschka poses for a[…]
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Janfamily is a group of young artists who share a unique approach to life. They explore the things that surround them, and together they create alternatives to everyday routines. By offering solutions to bizarre problems, this book is a humorous presentation of an innovative way of looking at the world. First edition 2005.
Janfamily is a group of young artists who share a unique approach to life. They explore the things that surround them, and together they create alternatives to everyday routines. By offering solutions to bizarre problems, this book is a humorous presentation of an innovative way of looking at the world.[…]
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The Face magazine. Number 93. June 1996.
The Face magazine. Number 93. June 1996.
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The Face magazine. Number 74. November 1994.
The Face magazine. Number 74. November 1994.
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A two volume set of Richard Prince's allusive, strange, and iconic artwork. The photographs feature his homage to 70s advertising, cowboys, bikers, and other fixations, and the paintings often incorporate out of context jokes or other jarring elements.
A two volume set of Richard Prince's allusive, strange, and iconic artwork. The photographs feature his homage to 70s advertising, cowboys, bikers, and other fixations, and the paintings often incorporate out of context jokes or other jarring elements.
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A two volume set of Richard Prince's allusive, strange, and iconic artwork. The photographs feature his homage to 70s advertising, cowboys, bikers, and other fixations, and the paintings often incorporate out of context jokes or other jarring elements.
A two volume set of Richard Prince's allusive, strange, and iconic artwork. The photographs feature his homage to 70s advertising, cowboys, bikers, and other fixations, and the paintings often incorporate out of context jokes or other jarring elements.
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Mach Dich hübsch! is a scrapbook by Isa Genzken, filled with playful and layered collages in which she reflects on life in the metropolis, media culture, sexual identity and her own biography. This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition at Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam curated by Beatrix Ruf and Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen.
Mach Dich hübsch! is a scrapbook by Isa Genzken, filled with playful and layered collages in which she reflects on life in the metropolis, media culture, sexual identity and her own biography. This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition at Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam curated by Beatrix[…]
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A rare SIGNED copy of conceptual artist Richard Prince who makes his return with 4x4, an ironical survey of the cultural landscape of end of the century America. With an interview by renowned photographer, Larry Clark. 
A rare SIGNED copy of conceptual artist Richard Prince who makes his return with 4x4, an ironical survey of the cultural landscape of end of the century America. With an interview by renowned photographer, Larry Clark. 
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This photographic project, entirely composed by the artist in 1980 with full page sequences of images and no text, led to the discovery of Pfeiffer's work in Polaroid which the public turned into a sort of underground icon.
This photographic project, entirely composed by the artist in 1980 with full page sequences of images and no text, led to the discovery of Pfeiffer's work in Polaroid which the public turned into a sort of underground icon.
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Permanent food is a cannibal magazine, a project conceived and produced by Maurizio Cattelan and Paola Manfrin. It is the result of the passion, obsession and artistic action of its creators, a trace of their critical gaze towards the social context. Built with images stolen from other magazines, selected, torn, detached, modified and then reassembled, Permanent Food was born almost for fun, without the need to have a defined style and personality. It ended up becoming a serious fact, a concrete sign of the times, a collector's item, a real and meaningful "second generation magazine". The aesthetics of each issue stems from the artistic link between Paola's sensitivity for images with a strong visual impact and Maurizio's preference for more cultured, ironic and clear images. Permanent Food's challenge to its audience is to consider and reflect on how we absorb and contextualize the constant flow of images in our daily life.
Permanent food is a cannibal magazine, a project conceived and produced by Maurizio Cattelan and Paola Manfrin. It is the result of the passion, obsession and artistic action of its creators, a trace of their critical gaze towards the social context. Built with images stolen from other magazines, selected, torn,[…]
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Part of the generation of photographers that included Juergen Teller and Terry Richardson, Marcelo Krasilcic moved from Sao Paulo to New York in 1990 to study art and photography, and quickly became known for his spare, iconic and sweetly erotic photographs of liberated youth, artists, designers, musicians and otherwise beautiful and creative personalities. Krasilcic captured the style of the 90s in situ, outside of the studio, and his photographs of people like Maurizio Cattelan, everything but the girl and Chloe Sevigny were immediately absorbed by the most influential magazines of the era, including Purple, Dazed & Confused, Self-Service and Visionaire to name a few. At more than 300 pages, this oversize, slipcased, clothbound, two-volume publication features only the work for which Krasilcic first became known: his era-defining photographs from the 1990s.
Part of the generation of photographers that included Juergen Teller and Terry Richardson, Marcelo Krasilcic moved from Sao Paulo to New York in 1990 to study art and photography, and quickly became known for his spare, iconic and sweetly erotic photographs of liberated youth, artists, designers, musicians and otherwise beautiful[…]
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Self Service Magazine Issue 11 “Icons”. With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Bardo Fabiani, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims, Juergen Teller and more.
Self Service Magazine Issue 11 “Icons”. With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Bardo Fabiani, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims, Juergen Teller and more.
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This retrospective volume offers a generous sampling of two decades of Cindy Sherman’s work. In more than 200 color and black and white images it chronicles her development as an artist and as a social critic. Included here are images from her many groundbreaking projects such as History Portraits, Centerfolds, Disasters, Fairy Tales, and Civil War in which Sherman plays both director and actress.
This retrospective volume offers a generous sampling of two decades of Cindy Sherman’s work. In more than 200 color and black and white images it chronicles her development as an artist and as a social critic. Included here are images from her many groundbreaking projects such as History Portraits, Centerfolds,[…]
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Catalogue of Cindy Sherman's exhibition at Serpentine Gallery, London, 2003 curated by Rochelle Steiner. The exhibition centred on the many characters and portraits Sherman created over the past decades. In her newest work, Sherman said that she uses clowns as a trigger for showing the multi-layered emotional depths within a painted smile.
Catalogue of Cindy Sherman's exhibition at Serpentine Gallery, London, 2003 curated by Rochelle Steiner. The exhibition centred on the many characters and portraits Sherman created over the past decades. In her newest work, Sherman said that she uses clowns as a trigger for showing the multi-layered emotional depths within a painted smile.
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The catalogue for the first major one-person exhibition of Barbara Kruger's work, curated by Ann Goldstein at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. The book, designed by Lorraine Wild in collaboration with the artist, includes photography, graphic design, public space, power, and representation, as well as an extensive exhibition history, bibliography, and checklist of the exhibition.
The catalogue for the first major one-person exhibition of Barbara Kruger's work, curated by Ann Goldstein at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. The book, designed by Lorraine Wild in collaboration with the artist, includes photography, graphic design, public space, power, and representation, as well as an extensive exhibition[…]
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A catalogue documenting the last two exhibitions of new work by American artist Mike Kelley, held in 2011 at Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles and London. Mike Kelley made nostalgia, memory, and repression in everyday life the topics of his idiosyncratic sculptures, performances, paintings, and installations, which conflate vernacular sources and high modernist aesthetics. A veteran of the Los Angeles conceptual art scene, Kelley used deconstructive strategies in order to challenge the established norms of contemporary culture, both high and low.
A catalogue documenting the last two exhibitions of new work by American artist Mike Kelley, held in 2011 at Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles and London. Mike Kelley made nostalgia, memory, and repression in everyday life the topics of his idiosyncratic sculptures, performances, paintings, and installations, which conflate vernacular sources[…]