Title of publication: DUSK
Name of artist: Julie van der Vaart
Design: Joren Peters
Editor: Julie van der Vaart
Press: Charles Nypels Lab – Van Eyck Academie
Publication date: June 2015
Place of publication: Ghent, Belgium
Edition size: hand bound and numbered edition of 69
Size: 17 x 25,5 cm
Number of pages: 32
Type of printing: Risograph
Type of paper: 120 g/m2 Munken Lynx Rough
Name of printer: Jo Frenken
Number of pictures: 27
Description of book: By playing an association game the book is formed. DUSK consists out of 27 analogue black and white images taken from four different photography series in which landscapes and human figures play a central role. The overall atmosphere of the book is a slight feeling of melancholy.
DUSK will be launched at MINT Gallery in Ghent, Belgium on the 12th of June.
SPBH ♥ The Heart is a Lonely Hunter: David Alekhuogie, Zak Arctander, Elizabeth Bick, Matthew Connors, Dru Donovan, J.W. Fisher, Curran Hatleberg, Fumi Ishino, Dwight Mackintosh, Christopher Miner, Bryson Rand, Heather Rasmussen, Judith Scott, David M. Stein, Ray Vickers, Didier William, Alice Wong, and Ying Gee Zhou, Curated by Katy Grannan @ Fraenkel Gallery
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter @ Fraenkel Gallery by David Alekhuogie, Zak Arctander, Elizabeth Bick, Matthew Connors, Dru Donovan, J.W. Fisher, Curran Hatleberg, Fumi Ishino, Dwight Mackintosh, Christopher Miner, Bryson Rand, Heather Rasmussen, Judith Scott, David M. Stein, Ray Vickers, Didier William, Alice Wong, and Ying Gee Zhou. Curated by Katy Grannan
1. Bryson Rand, Mario & Danny (Los Angeles), 2015, pigment print, © Bryson Rand
2. Curran Hatleberg, Blue Suit, 2012, pigment print, © Curran Hatleberg
3. Elizabeth Bick, Ela in November, 2013, pigment print, © Elizabeth Bick
4. David M. Stein, White Slang, 2008, silkscreened paper, book, © David M. Stein
5. Dru Donovan, Untitled, 2009, pigment print, © Dru Donovan
6. David Alekhuogie, Someday My Prince Will Come, 2014, pigment print , © David Alekhuogie
7. Alice Wong, Untitled (Couple in forest), 2014, Acrylic on found photograph, © Alice Wong, Courtesy of Creative Growth Art Center
8. Fumi Ishino, Untitled (Red Doll), 2014, pigment print, © Fumi Ishino
9. Heather Rasmussen, Untitled (Buddha’s hand lemon in mirror #3), 2013, pigment print, © Heather Rasmussen
10. Matthew Connors, Untitled, from Ancient Heavy Transport, 2012, pigment print, © Matthew Connors
11. Ray Vickers, “Newcha’s Revenge Against Bunnies Bunny Revenger,”, 2014, (detail) bound artist book, © Ray Vickers, Courtesy of Creative Growth Art Center
Title of publication: Alone Together
Name of artist: Mi-Yeon
Additional contributor: Akiko Otake, writer
Design: Katsuya Takasaki
Editor: Syunichi Nishiyama
Press: Kaya Books
Publication date: September 2014
Place of publication: Tokyo, Japan
Edition size: 600
Format: Hardcover with Clothbound
Size: 21.6 x 30.3 cm
Number of pages: 68
Type of printing: Offset
Type of paper: Vent nouveau
Name of printer: MORIMOTO PRINT
Number of pictures: 31
Description of book: This book is one of the three winners of the “Shashin Book Award 2014″ attributed by “in)(between gallery” Paris, France.
Excerpt from the preface by the artist:
I may have been your great-grandmother.
Your face, passing by me, I know it.
At a certain point in time, I began to think there are no unrelated people in this world.
I feel as if I had been taught this by my daughter who had never been born into this world,
and by the death of friends who have died too soon.
As we engage in our lives, each of us who live as individual existences will,
at a certain moment, come across each other suddenly.
When we do, all proper names will be stripped away and we all become “I”,
just one of the number of people in the world. At the root of life that breathes in the depths of
each of us, we will feel that we are all directly connected.
When in a large crowd of people, I vanish.
Within the “countless I’s”, the “big I”.
The best thing about self-publishing: That I can realize my feelings and preferences.
Artist website: mi-yeon.jp
A Day In The Middle of Nowhere by Mikey Gower