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Nose Peak
John Baldessari

Nose Peak

February 2015

It should be said that Baldessari’s penchant for depicting noses in his work extends as far back as 1965 with the conception of "God Nose", one of the artist’s very few pre-1965 paintings to have survived. Here, with his onestar press edition, Baldessari conceives a book about a nose, with a (...)

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The Loss of Presence The Presence of Loss
Sam Falls

The Loss of Presence The Presence of Loss

December 2014

"And I am always reaching to tune in, and so I’m always trying to tune out, conceptually trying to have a dialed in output that mirrors these beliefs, these ways of seeing, ways of believing, ways of doubting, and ways to relate. I have pure love and I have pure loss, and they both fill me up. I (...)

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Still Life with Onions and Mackerel
Daniel Gordon

Still Life with Onions and Mackerel

October 2014

Daniel Gordon compresses a plethora of sourced images which in his newest edition Still Life with Onions and Mackerel expands to illuminate upon the visual origins of his fantastic and cacophonous compositions.

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TODAY I'M FEELING...
Jeppe Hein

TODAY I’M FEELING...

February 2015

Jeppe’s idea is an interactive diary. Referring to his own daily ritual to make a watercolour illustrating his current feelings, he would like to encourage the reader to take down their feelings too. Consisting of a simple outline of a head on each page, people are invited to draw their facial (...)

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Almanac
Dan Walsh

Almanac

January 2015

The original idea for Almanac was to make a diary or "book of hours" that would reflect on my father’s life, and his passing. I chose a format concentrating on marking time: the 52-week calendar, the equinox and solstice, the punctuation of the beginning, middle, and end, etc. While the graphic (...)

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