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ROBERTO TIMPERI - Àmor

Àmor
by Roberto Timperi

Àmor is an exploration. Roberto Timperi’s gaze leads us into an uncanny underground world where we survive despite the curse that seems to have affected everything by now, and for good. A world where new forms of filterless beauty are possible, and every corruption is holy. Àmor is the livid portrait of a humanity raging and beating in the city’s deep...

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ERIC FISCHL - If Art Could Talk

Eric Fischl: If Art Could Talk
by Eric Fischl

“I am one of the first generation artists who grew up in the suburbs. We grew up, post-WWII, in an ascendant America in which the suburbs was its utopian manifestation. We came into our art maturity painfully aware of the disconnection between what was promised and what was delivered.”—Eric Fischl

Eric Fischl (New York, 1948) is one of only...

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A new hardcover edition of a classic!

From Troja to Dublin to Chinatown, NY - It's an Odyssey!

Ulysses
by James Joyce

In the 8th century, soon after writing the Iliad, Homer wrote its sequel, The Odyssey, another epic poem about the Trojan War. Twelve centuries later, James Joyce used the structure of The Odyssey as a framework for his novel Ulysses. He published it in installments from 1918 to 1920 in The Little Review before it was published by Sylvia Beachon in it...

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Sam Falls - Reference Monograph

Sam Falls
by Sam Falls

This first retrospective monograph of American artist Sam Falls (b. 1984, San Diego; lives in Los Angeles) spans his work from his beginnings in the 2010s to his most recent exhibitions. Following the traditions of Minimalism and Land art, while pursuing a path toward abstraction, his oeuvre has undoubtedly been influenced by nature and the Los Angel...

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Art for All!

Arts of the Working Class

Arts of the Working Class - #1 - A City Is A Stateless Mind
by Paul Sochacki

"Arts of the Working Class" is a street journal for poverty, wealth and art. It is published every two months and contains contributions by artists and thinkers from different fields and in different languages. Its terms are based upon the working class, meaning everyone, and it reports everything that belongs to everyone. Everyone who sells...

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