Juwelia : Paintings

Juwelia Soraya / Stefan Stricker

“After all, the paintings aren’t supposed to pose riddles but to make you feel happy, and to transform the real world into something quite different, something new.” — Juwelia

ISBN 978–0–9906448–1–1

Published in 2016
7.28 x 9.45 inches (185 x 240 mm)
70 pages
Perfect bound


Edition of 1000


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Scar Jo



A meditation on science fiction, stardom, and surface reading with text by Christine Smallwood and Mark Sussman and collages by Chris Santa Maria.

Published in 2015
6 x 7.75 inches
82 pages
Perfect bound

Edition of 100

$15 + shipping

In Touch

Ann Greene Kelly



In this limited edition artist's book, Ann Greene Kelly has altered the December "Holidays from Hell" issue of In Touch, blacking out everything but the hands using permanent marker and inserting in-process photographs of her own sculptures. In Touch explores the relationship between media culture, the printed image and the sensation of touch, highlighting the gestural and theatrical qualities of both celebrity and the sculptural act.

Ann Greene Kelly is a visual artist based in New York and Los Angeles.

Published in 2015
76 pages
Soft cover, stable bound, digital color
7.75 x 10.5 inches



Edition of 30

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Impressions

Aidan Koch

Impressions is Aidan Koch’s third graphic novel. It tells the story of a young figure model and her relationships with her mother, her best friend, and the man drawing her. Set in an ambiguously modern time, the book captures a young woman’s reluctant journey into self-awareness.

Impressions was painted over three months at the Maison Des Auteurs residency in rural France, where Koch spent the spring of 2014.

Aidan is a visual artist and storyteller based in New York.


ISBN: 978-0-9906448-2-8

Published in 2014
72 pages
Soft cover, section sewn, color offset
8.25 x 6 inches


Edition of 1000

$15 + shipping

Inside the White Cub

Lucas Blalock

Inside the White Cub began as an ersatz version of a​n exhibition catalogue​ initially scheduled to be published by White Cube in 2012 ,​ as part of their Inside the White Cube series. ​Though the project was eventually abandoned​, the materials had already been assembled, and ​Blalock,​​ with Peradam,​ sought t​o re-imagine what was initially ​intended to be a sales tool. 

Inside the White Cub is​ also the first publication to present Blalock’s project through exhibitions​​, and is free when you purchase a 2020 Wall Calendar, which also features works by the artist. 

Lucas Blalock is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. He has had numerous exhibitions in the US and abroad, including shows at MoMA/PS1, White Cube, and Ramiken Crucible.

ISBN: 978-0-9906448-4-2

Published in 2014
24 pages / 68 pages
Calendar / Soft cover, Staple-bound / Section sewn, both color offset
8 x 10 inches / 232mm x 168mm
ISBN: 978-0-9906448-4-2

​Published in conjunction with Ramiken Crucible​

Edition of 1000

$25 + shipping

First Impresssions of Greece

Mary Manning

Mary Manning’s debut book, First Impressions of Greece documents recent travels through the Grecian landscape.

Mary Manning is a photographer based in New York City. She runs the website Unchanging Window.

ISBN: 978-0-9906448-0-4

Published in 2014
48 pages
Hard cover, section sewn, color offset
7.5 x 5 inches
Edition of 1000

$22 + shipping

Nuit et Jour, Jour et Nuit
Bulletin annuel 2014


/Night & Day, Day & Night
2014 Calendar

Viele Stuck

A diary based on the “real” time of the day according to the movements of the sun. Bulletin annuel 2014 is a publication by Sophie Châtellier, Johanna Himmelsbach, Jenna Kaës and Sofia Proisy Lesnik. The text is composed in Barmeno regular. Special Thanks to the Observatory of Paris for the exact times of the sunrises and sunsets, solar middays and midnights in Paris for the year 2014

Published in 2014
4.4 x 7.4 inches
144 pages

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WINDOW

Alexis Penney

Window is Alexis's first full length novel in the form of a truelife vignetted memoire. Written from a swivel chair in Crown Heights, the stories meander through Alexis's surreal memories of growing up gay in Kansas, grasping for substance in fleeting hookups, gaining possessive rein on his powers of seduction (often via texting), and abusing them in San Francisco. Accompanied by photos from his voluminous archive, these stories are a full, and blurry, portrait of searching for "true love" in a multitude of disposable romances.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-7-2

Published in 2013
6 x 9 inches
223 pages + 43 color images
Edition of 500

$20 + shipping

PAGES

Linda Simpson

In her debut photo book, drag-queen documentarian Linda Simpson pays heartfelt homage to her captivating transgender friend Page.  Set in bygone gritty New York of the 1990s, the snapshots recall Page's mysterious beauty, outlandish sense of style, and provocative performances that made her a cult figure of downtown's gender-bending nightlife.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-5-8

Published in 2013
7 x 10 inches
60 pages / 30 color
Edition of 1000

$20 + shipping

Di Gyal Dem

The rough translation of the patois phrase Di Gyal Dem is "the women."  In Jamaica, almost everything is hand-painted. Aside from reggae legends, there are nearly no paintings of men.  All proceeds donated to JFLAG.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-9-6

Published in 2013
5 x 7 inches
80 color pages
Edition of 750





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Because Nothing Ends

Amanda Friedman

Because Nothing Ends is a double sided flip book consisting of uncut footage taken at Rockaway Beach this June. In the pages, Friedman's painting "Thought-form: Good Luck II" flies into the sky and dies out at sea. She did her best to collect all of the paper and pigment from the waves.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-0-3

Published in 2013
3 x 5.3 inches
180 pages + color cover
Edition of 500





$12 + shipping

SHANKS

Chen Chen & Kai Williams

32 swiveling cards that document the 30 shanks Chen Chen & Kai Williams manufactured over a period of 30 days from objects found in their studio.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-8-9

Published in 2013
3 x 7.5 inches
978-0-9854047-8-9
32 cards + Black and foiled wrap cover
Edition of 1000


2ND EDITION

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W0M3N ED1T10N

Luisa Opalesky

Luisa Opalesky has been cataloging vanity license plates for the last 5 years. W0M3N ED1T10N is the first in a series of books that showcase specific selections from her image archive.



Published in 2013
10 x 10 inches
60 pages

Edition of 100

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Twenty - Six Venetian Bridge Views

Sam Finn

Twenty-Six Venetian Bridge Views consists of twenty-six Venetian bridge views taken over the course of one day on one roll of film in June of 2013.



Published in 2013
10 x 10 inches
58 pages

Edition of 100

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Elaine Cameron-Weir

Published in conjuction with
White Flag Library

A limited edition book of selected excerpts from Elaine Cameron-Weir's notebooks

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-6-5

Published in 2013
5.25 x 8.25 inches
52 pages

Edition of 100
Numbered and signed

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Les Plantes Fantomes

Viele Stuck

Les Plantes Fantomes is a weekly planner made by the French design group Viele Stuck. In addition to taking care of your organizational needs, Viele Stuck asked several artists to contribute responses to the topic "phantom plants." The result is dynamic calendar system filled with original art and poetic text. Viele Stuck is Jenna Kaês, Sophie Chatellier, Johanna Himmelsbach, and Julien Raout.

ISBN: 978-2-7466-5444-0

Published in 2012
BILINGUAL (French/English)
5 x 7 inches - 246 pages
Printed in London, Risograph.

Edition of 250

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Painter's Journal

Joshua Abelow

Painter's Journal, by Joshua Abelow is made up of six journals that chronicle Abelow's first year living in New York in the late 90s.

ISBN: 978-0-615-62548-5

Published in 2012
6 x 9 inches
112 pages
offset
Edition of 1000

$15 + shipping

Pøems

Nick DeMarco

Pøems by Nick DeMarco, is a series of visual poems composed using the abstract formal qualities of typography and glyphs. The phrases and stanzas in this collection are visceral, communicating without language.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-2-7

Published in 2012
5 x 7 inches
20 pages

Edition of ∞

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Twelve Saints

Chris Lux & William Rockwell

Twelve Saints, by Chris Lux and William Rockwell is a collection of paintings and fiction inspired by The Golden Legend of Jacobus de Voragine. Compiled in Latin in the mid thirteenth century, de Voragine's hagiographic tome was soon translated into every major European language. In 1483 it became one of the first works to be printed in the English language. Chris Lux is a San Francisco based visual artist. William Rockwell is a San Francisco based writer.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-1-0

Published in 2012
9 x 11 inches inches
50 pages
Risograph

Edition of 100

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Avalon

Jessica Calvanico

Avalon by Jessica Calvanico, is the once and future; a clandestine and pervasive language which illuminates a familiar horizon, imbued with potential and possibility.

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Aeron

Sarah Sieradzki

Aeron is a book of poetry by Sarah Sieradzki - describing a space of hyperreality; text that freely plays across time into the past, present, and future.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-3-4

Published in 2012
8 x 10 inches
50 pages

Edition of 30

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Film Stills

Josephine Baker-Heaslip

Film Stills is the accidental result of the artists' five month stay in New York City. Originally intended as a video, recordings from her visit were subsequently edited into an annotated archive compiled in book form. The result is a meditation on the fragmentary nature of translation, and the division of experience into archive.

ISBN: 978-0-9854047-0-3


Published in 2012

Edition of 30

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