Ron Jude Nausea MACK
Nausea—taken from the title of Sartre’s 1938 existential novel—is a body of photographs that registers the interiors of public schools in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Atlanta, Georgia from 1990-92.
Jasper Morrison The Hard Life Lars Müller
A book of photographs taken by Morrison of objects in the collection of the National Museum of Ethnology in Lisbon, Portugal. Demonstrating what he sees as pure design, he finds beauty and ingenuity in articles of everyday rural life in Portugal.
Julien Mauve Titanic Orchestra Poursuite
Titanic Orchestra is a reaction to the wave of violence that struck Paris in 2015, creating organic photographs to make sense of a world where nothing has changed, yet everything is different.
Viviane Sassen Roxane II oodee
In Roxane II, Viviane Sassen and her muse Roxane continue writing their shared visual journal. The dynamic gallery of poses and moods touches notes at times sensual, at times tender.
Deborah Turbeville Comme des Garçons 1981 IDEA
A collection of Turbeville’s haunting photographs of Rei Kawakubo’s clothes. The film is scratched, torn and faded to cast them under a mystical aesthetic.
The book launches on 5th May 2017 at Dover Street Market New York as part of the Frieze Week Open House. 6pm-8pm.
Masahisa Fukase Ravens MACK
Consistently proclaimed as one of the most important photobooks in the history of the medium, Ravens by Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase was first published in 1986 and the two subsequent editions were both short print runs that sold out immediately. This bilingual facsimile of the first edition contains a new text by founder of the Masahisa Fukase Archives, Tomo Kosuga.
Juliana Huxtable Mucus In My Pineal Gland co-published with Capricious
A collection of poetry from New York based writer and artist Juliana Huxtable. An excerpt may speak for itself: “IF REAL POWER BEGINS WHERE SECRECY BEGINS, THEN, AS WE FRANTICALLY SEARCH FOR DICK PICS OF JUSTIN BIEBER OR OUR NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR WHO WE’RE CONVINCED POSTED THE FACELESS CRAIGSLIST AD SEEKING AN ASIAN BOTTOM, WE’RE SEDUCED INTO A BEAUTIFUL DISTRACTION IN WHICH WE ARE CONVINCED, BY VIRTUE OF OUR VICTORIOUS TOPPLING OF THE LIVES OF OTHERS, THAT WE INDEED HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE.”
Sam Falls September Spring Printed Matter Inc.
Comprised of a book and a record documenting a project of the same name held at The Kitchen in 2015. Curated by Lumi Tan, this month long performance intertwined dance, music, and painting. The book includes photographs of the performance, the resulting paintings and a vinyl pressing.
Rick Myers A Bullet for Buñuel: Fragments of a Failed Bullet Primary Information
Rick Myers’ has been attempting to complete a project begun by the late filmmaker Luis Buñuel: to create a bullet possessing such a weak charge that it would simply bounce off the filmmaker’s shirt when fired at him. Find out whether he manages it on this book which (spoiler!) meditates on the poetics of failure.
Pierre Leguillon, Barbara Fédier Oracles Artists’ Calling Cards Co-published by HEAD – Genève (Geneva University of Art and Design) and Edition Patrick Frey, under the patronage of the Museum of Mistakes
This new book published by Edition Patrick Frey and the Museum of Mistakes reproduces 123 calling cards of artists (including Rodin, Albers, Dan Graham, Canova, Man Ray, Adrian Piper and many many more) from the 18th century to the present day. The facsimile cards are placed loose within the book. They are tucked alongside essays on the history of artistic calling cards and the social context in which they were produced, creating a kind of micro-history of art, all based around these tiny expressions of artistic identity.
Badlands 777. Issue #3: WAKE UP. WE’VE ARRIVED. WE’RE CHANGING THE WORLD.
Badlands 777 releases the third issue of their self-published annual magazine entitled WAKE UP. WE’VE ARRIVED. WE’RE CHANGING THE WORLD. This issue is focussed around presenting the work of young dynamic women within the music industry, featuring Pam Hogg, Warpaint, Skinny Girl Diet, Ellie Rowsell of Wolf Alice, and with a cover story of the gorgeous Leomie Anderson, shot by Tom Craig at Notting Hill Carnival.
WAX Magazine. Issue #8: Fear
WAX is a bi-annual print publication exploring the intersection of art, culture and surfing. Each issue is organised around a unique theme and shares the stories of surfers who are also artists, designers, authors and auteurs. Issue 8 deals with Fear.
Buffalo Zine. Issue #5
Issue 5 of this cult magazine was created completely within Buffalo Zine HQ. Interns are models, and the office is their set. The design of the magazine has been similarly stripped back to its bare bones. Featuring Pamela Anderson as a East End bride, David Bailey, Judy Blame and Lennon Gallagher in Blur, Buffalo Zine has smashed it - again.