DUST: THE PLATES OF THE PRESENT, 2015
Edited by Sonel Breslav
with essays and contributions by Robin Cameron, Thomas Fougeirol, Mara Hoberman, Flora Katz, Brett Littman, and Jo-ey Tang.
This is the first comprehensive book about Jo-ey Tang and Thomas Fougeirol's project Dust, the plates of the present, an ongoing residency where artists are invited to create photograms in a darkroom on the outskirts of Paris, France. DUST: THE PLATES OF THE PRESENT is published alongside an exhibition of the archive at Baxter Street at CCNY.
The plates of the present residents to date include:
(2013) G. William Webb, J. Pasila, Allison Somers, Marina Faust, Joy Episalla, Shanta Rao, Carrie Yamaoka, Ofer Wolberger, Munro Galloway, Bettie Nin, Raffaella Della Olga, Madeleine Aktypi, Robin Cameron, Benoit Fougeirol, Cécile Dauchez, Drooid5z, Ben Dowell, Nickolaus Typaldos, Nathan Gwynne, Emmanuel Van Der Meulen, Camila Oliveira Fairclough, Sonja Engelhardt (2014) Davide Cascio, Delphine Trouche, Daiga Grantina, Carlos Reyes, Agnes Lux, Jiajia Zhang, Zoe Paul, Chloé Quenum, Jean-Baptiste Maitre, Joe Namy, Jesus Alberto Benitez, Mimosa Echard, Antoine Barberon, Renaud Regnery, Thomas Fougeirol, Yonatan Vinitsky (2015) Anne Laure Sacriste, Antoine Donzeaud, Hubert Marot, Julien Bouillon, Lorraine Châteaux, Loup Sarion, Sylvie Fanchon, Jean-Luc Blanc, Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann, Nancy Brooks Brody, Mo Husain, Sergio Verastegui, Julien Carreyn.
Truth and Subterfuge
by Whitney Platt and Nickolaus Typaldos, 2015
8 x 5.5"
Indigo Digital, soft cover and perfect bound with die-cut cover.
Published by Press Editions, 2015. Edition of 250
Truth and Subterfuge is a collaborative artists’ book by Whitney Platt and Nickolaus Typaldos. In the volume, which locates the uncanny in the everyday, Typaldos presents an idiosyncratic collection of digitally and physically manipulated images that is companionate with Platt’s dream-like and, at times, humorous poetry. Platt deftly constructs episodic and circuitous scenes that alternate between novel specificity and experiential abstraction. He mines aging in the context of American popular culture, and the temptations of nostalgia, with a tone that evokes elements of the tragicomic and melodramatic horror. In Truth and Subterfuge, his text is in dialogue with Typaldos’ playful pastiche of tropes, forms and mediums. He freely pulls from art-historical and commercial threads of the post-World War II era. His work is fundamentally collage, remixing the analogue and digital, the physical and virtual, freely-- perceptual play marked by an ever-relatable sense of doubt. Truth and Subterfuge is an engaging and droll document of decay and regeneration, earnest meaning-making that relays more questions than answers.
Available in New York City at Printed Matter
Take This From Me
by Merkx & Gwynne w/ Typaldos, 2014
8 x 10.5"
Soft cover, perfect bound.
138 full-bleed color and black & white pages wrapped in off-set book-jacket poster.
Published in an edition of 100, of which 10 are unique
Printed & Bound in New York City with the kind support of Southways, LLC.
All artwork produced by Andrea Merkx, Nathan Gwynne and Nickolaus Typaldos January–March 2014 from a vast archive of performances, photographs, installations, props, objects, cats, memes, e-mails, text messages, typos, broken eggs, body parts....
Totem is published in New York City by Frances Perkins
Production by Brian Paul Lamotte, Pau Wau Publications
Cover Photograph by Jessica Bennett
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Also available in New York City at Printed Matter.
Garden Variety, 2013
36pg, 11"x8.5", digital offset, staple bound, edition of 200
Printed by Conveyor
Designed by Mindy Seu
Published by Ed. Varie, New York, NY
"For the 2013 New York Art Book Fair, Ed. Varie and Japanese greenery artist Satoshi Kawamoto built Plant/Book Store, a greenhouse in the main courtyard of PS1 that embraces the literal and figurative grass-roots elements in publishing. To commemorate the greenhouse installation, Ed. Varie launched Garden Variety, a special publication of 36 artists' work from around the globe." - Ed. Varie
Available in New York City at Ed. Varie.
STILL LIFE, 2012
10x13", offset and perfect bound.
48 pages of alternating paper weights and surfaces.
Front and back covers gate-folded with full-color floral still life prints on the inside
Self-published, in edition of 300, signed and numbered.
Available in :::
New York City at Printed Matter, Ed. Varie, Blonde Art Books, Mast Books and BGSQD.
Los Angeles at Ooga Booga and Family.
Toronto at Art Metropole
London at Claire de Rouen Books