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Artist Books (selection)








Mark King, Plastic (2013)

This collaborative project between Mark King and Mossless featured his work of local creatives from his native Barbados, shot in black and white and colored using the plastic bags he found in the area. Using vellum interleaves, this concept was transposed into the book’s format. The book was inkjet printed and hand-bound at an edition of 50 and was released at the infamous 8-Ball Newsstand in the Lorimer-Metropolitan subway station.









Ada Jane McNulty, formerly known as Jake McNulty, Untitled (Statues) (2013)

This project studied the changing tones of unfixed photograms of Greco-Roman sculptures, slowly becoming “swallowed by their own material.” Each book contained a unique print that would become exposed over time whenever the book was opened to that last page. This book edition of 50, inkjet-printed and hand bound book was launched at Printed Matter during a concurrent exhibit of McNulty’s larger prints from this series.









Laurie Kang, 33 Circles (2013)

This small, edition of 50, inkjet-printed, hand-bound book featured Kang’s collages of various expired photo papers. It was launched at Art Metropole in Toronto.









Pat Martin, 28 Polaroids (2014)

This simple inkjet-printed, staple-bound book used a printed envelope as a cover. It featured 28 intimate polaroids of Martin’s close friends. This book was available exclusively at the LA Art Book Fair.









Nina Perlman, In Berlin (2015)

This spiral-bound, inkjet printed book was printed at an edition of 20. It featured Perlman’s voyeuristic surveillance aesthetic, spotting glances and moments of tension on cold and desaturated streets, a premonition of a forthcoming political mood. This book was available exclusively at the New York Art Book Fair.









Anthony Gerace, Fig. 1-99 (2015)

This spiral-bound, inkjet printed book was printed at an edition of 20. It featured Gerace’s expansive collage project in its entirety, 99 portrait images with figures removed and with their backgrounds reconfigured. A delightful visual treat. This book was available exclusively at the New York Art Book Fair.