"Lee Friedlander and I met in 1962. He gave me a photograph of Cincinnati without knowing that I am from there. we have been exchanging thing all the time since then. Friendship and pictures. Our work is from the same house. He always understands my words. "
Jim Dine, London 1969
This collection of work features the photographs and etchings of Lee Friedlander and Jim Dine, respectively. The men were partners and collaborators whose first portfolio was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1969. Today, these photographs and etchings are still as relevant as they were several decades ago.
Name of artists: Todd Hido, Alec Soth, Chad States and erotic dioramas by Peter Davidson. Design: Jenny Tondera Editor: Alec Soth Series name: Lonely Boy Mag
LE LIEU DU RENDEZ-VOUS N'EST PAS FIXÉ
In echoes of the videos made in 2011 for the Lille's show of WE//ARE//ANIMAL band, this booklet voluntarily take the form of a tumblr or a blog in print. On the basis of the french definition of word "lieu" ("place") it ask the question of the existence of other places and paths unknown.
36 pages —black print—gray paper 13,8 x 18,5 cm — in a blister 50numbered copies _ 4 €
Viola Korosi & Yoann Hagnéré
P.S: Un an après
Hand sewn binding and completely hand made, stamped cardbord hardcover with a clothbound edge 72 pages size: 16 x 20 cm (6.3 inch x 7.9 inch) 20 copies, hand numbered, 5 of which come with an original signed photo type of printing : digital printing on 150g Munken paper price: 24 euros + shipping
"This book is the second of our on going project since 2009. Once a year during a month we take one photo a day at a precise hour wherever we happen to be."
64 Pages 6" x 9" Edition of 200 (Signed & Numbered) $30
"Pau Wau Publications is pleased to present Good Rats, published in conjunction with Niall O'Brien's exhibition of the same name at No. 10 Gallery in NYC. Since 2006 O’Brien has been documenting a group of young British punks from Southwest London he first came in contact with while making a vox pop documentary called Superheroes. The book is produced in a limited edition by hand in Brooklyn, NY; it features a signed colophon insert, painted purple spine and custom white staples."