Face: A Visual Odyssey

Posted by Fabio 27 January 2020

An elaborately illustrated A to Z of the face, from historical mugshots to Instagram posts. Jessica Helfand looks at the cultural significance of the face through a critical lens, both as social currency and as a palimpsest of history. read more

Patrizio Di Massimo’s monograph offers an in-depth survey of five years of his paintings

Posted by Fabio 27 November 2019

Patrizio Di Massimo’s monograph – the first in the artist’s career – offers an in-depth survey of five years of his paintings. The multiple aspects of his work, from theatricality to the erotic, from self-representation to historical references, are analyzed through texts by Marcella Beccaria read more

Origen México by Blok Design

Posted by Fabio 24 October 2019

This book originates from the most profound love of land and identity. It is a convergence of talents, passions, thoughts, textures, flavours, creative forces, and unique sensibilities with an innate character, inherited from the indigenous cultures that have formed and illuminated Mexican culture. read more

Louis De Belle – Disappearing Objects

Posted by Fabio 5 August 2019

Disappearing Objects is a photographic series on magician’s secret tools. These tiny artefacts, usually concealed in the magician’s hand, bear uncanny resemblance to something that is ultimately familiar – the body. read more

Antto Melasniemi and Rirkrit Tiravanija: Bastard Cookbook

Posted by Fabio 25 July 2019

After years of making food together in gallery settings and art institutions around the world, ‘bastard brothers’ Rirkrit Tiravanija and Antto Melasniemi release their first collaborative cookbook. read more

Mike Osborne – Federal Triangle

Posted by Fabio 24 July 2019

Titled after a government complex wedged between the Capitol to the White House, Federal Triangle depicts Washington DC as a kind of bureaucratic Bermuda Triangle – an impenetrable place of mystery, danger, and disorientation. read more

Amie Dicke: One-Liner

Posted by Fabio 24 May 2019

Amie Dicke worked with a set of images on her studio wall to create her book One-Liner. It is a series of horizontal image compositions made up of fragments of images Dicke sourced from books and magazines, as well as snapshots taken with her camera, which she refers to half-jokingly as the “cold eye”. read more

Paul Smith by Rottingdean Bazaar

Posted by Fabio 20 May 2019

Rottingdean Bazaar meet multiple people called Paul and Paula Smith – including a boxing trainer, a textile artist and a taxi diver. This collaborative book features re-interpretations of the iconic Paul Smith stripe and interviews with other Paul Smiths of the world. read more