Hi David Zilber
twelvebooks distribution list 2013:
SOL & LUNA - 2nd Edition
photographed by Viviane Sassen
225 x 305 mm
32 pages / black and white
2nd edition of 1,000 copies comes with a folded poster, 290 x 425mm
published by Libraryman
We hope to get a few copies for the Book Shop! Keep you posted! xx EV
congratulations to Sara Cwynar on her upcoming installation at Foam Amsterdam!
SARA CWYNAR - EVERYTHING IN THE STUDIO (DESTROYED)
22 March - 16 May 2013
For the installation, Everything in the Studio (Destroyed), which will be presented at Foam 3h as part of the young talent programme of Foam, Sara Cwynar took all of the materials in her studio at one time, documented each item and arranged it into a digital plan where she could fit the entire contents into a corner of the gallery. She attempted to install the archive according to the plan, which quickly began to fall apart as images and objects were not how she had remembered them. She left the materials for a month, then destroyed the whole thing so that she would be forced to purge the archive - allowing herself to start anew, and documenting everything only with a camera. All that remains of this studio’s worth of materials is the image.
This exhibition has been made possible by Van Bijlevelt Stichting and the Gieskes-Strijbis Fund.
Everything in the Studio (Destroyed) by Sara Cwynar can be seen from 22 March - 16 May 2013 at Foam. Open daily 10 am - 6 pm, Thurs/Fri 10 am - 9 pm. Tickets: € 8,75.
Foam is sponsored by the BankGiroLoterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Delta Lloyd and the VandenEnde Foundation.
1017 DS Amsterdam
phone: + 31 (0)20 5516500
Awesome!!! Way to go Sara!!!
A note from Rachel about the project:I have put together an artist collaboration subscription project based on the Zodiac.The subscription consists of three levels.When you subscribe to the first level you receive a postcard made specially for each zodiac sign. The postcard is sent out monthly, during the first week of each sign’s transition, plus a few other goodies throughout the year.The second level includes everything in the first subscription plus a handmade collage inspired by the subscriber’s sign and a gemstone correlating to the subscriber’s sign.
The third level is a collaboration where each month you receive a different artist-made object in addition to everything that in included in the first two levels.
I am very excited to have Alana Celii, Diwa Tamrong, Justin Sloane, Meriem Bennani, Hayden Dunham, Amy von Harrington, Camilla Padgitt-Coles, Andy Cross, Nathaniel Russell, Gabrielle Lamontagne, Morgan Blair, Landon Odle, Jessica Williams, Karisa Senavitis and Kevin O’Neill all be part of this level.Zines, Beachwear, original music, posters, jewelry and sculptures will all be part of this magnificent level!
This look amazing! Along with one of our favorites, Nathaniel Russell, contributing. Subscriptions start at $15 bones, what a steal!
Have Fun Vancouver!
We would like to graciously THANK Simon Redekop for making this video, documenting CREEPS, The Human Binding Machine performance at the New York Art Book Fair 2012. Enjoy the making and the machines behind Self-Publishing!
Creeps is an annual publication featuring diverse facets of visual art, writing, and interactive fold-outs from a large and unique collective of artists unified through self-publishing. Creeps will present the third installment of their magazine in an unbound form providing performative insight into the process of publishing through live assembly, binding, and finishing. Presented by Ed. Varie.
Issues 2 and 3 stocked and available for purchase! Inquire HERE
New Books, New Bookshelves! Photo cred: @winslowlaroche
Augustus Thompson’s studio, Photo by Gaea Woods.
Augustus Thompson, Untitled (Digital/Physical #5), 2013, Inkjet on Watercolor paper A3+
Augustus Thompson, Untitled (Digital/Physical #7), 2013, Inkjet on Watercolor paper A3+
Inkjet on Watercolor paper A3+
Augustus Thompson, Untitled (Digital/Physical #2), 2013, Inkjet on Watercolor paper A3+
“For Augustus Thompson’s latest installation at Ed. Varie in New York, the artist has taken on the role of organizer and collagist of cultural information. Building an archival self-portrait by appropriating images from social media feeds, personal photographs, music videos and texts, Thompson layers printed works to form a floor-based collage. Compositions where Chicago rapper Chief Keef’s Instagram “selfies” meet aerial shots of the Grand Canyon are superimposed on images of the artist’s studio, construction sites and consumer objects. A seemingly infinite combination of potential narratives and associations opens up in the juxtapositions of these prints, resulting in a personal image stream where the mundane and everyday meet the extraordinary.”
Read More HERE
For a catalog of available works please inquiry HERE
Thank you Antonia! xx EV