korine

HARMONY KORINE &
RITA ACKERMAN

SHADOW FUX

From the 2010 exhibition “Shadow Fux” at New York’s Swiss Institute, filmmaker Harmony Korine and artist Rita Ackermann collaborated on various pieces of artwork featured in this unique series. This 124-page hardcover book features still photography from Korine’s 2009 film Trash Humpers mixed with paintings and drawings by both Korine and Ackermann. By Rita Ackermann and Harmony Korine 2011. With text by Richard Flood, Antoine Catala, Gianni Jetzer, Piper Marshall, Cameron Shaw. 124 pages with 29 color, 34 black and white, and 12 duotone illustrations. Published by agnès b. and the Swiss Institut

$40

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musique plastique

MUSIQUE PLASTIQUE

Published for the 2011 exhibition at Galerie du Jour in Paris. Featuring works by Etienne Charry, Jonas Mekas, Joel Hubaut, Thurston Moore, Hugues Reip, David Shrigley, Daniel Johnston and more! 160 pages. Soft cover.

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langendorff

JULIEN LANGENDORF

BLACK MIRRORS

Published by Shelter Press, this full color hard cover 64 page book by Julien Langendorff debuted during his solo show at the agnès b. Galerie Boutique in March 2012.

A first edition of 1,000 copies.

$32

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godard

POSTER JEAN LUC GODARD

Created in 1986 for an exhibition at the Galerie du Jour in Paris, this poster features iconic images from films directed by Jean Luc Godard.

Measures 32 x 47 inches.

$30

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vitali

MASSIMO VITALI

LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES

Signed copies available. In the first volume of Landscape with Figures published in 2004, Massimo Vitali showed his entire oeuvre from the nineties, broadening the scope of his survey of beaches and discos to include skiing resorts and swimming pools from across the globe. Since 2007 Vitali has modified his perspective, shifting between an architectural background.

$98

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vitali

MASSIMO VITALI

NATURAL HABITATS

Signed copies available. Massimo Vitali's Natural Habitats, comprised of seventy photographs, spanning from 2004 to 2009, includes a "genealog-ical tree" - 120 thumbnail images which make visual connections by color, composition and time. Massimo Vitali, born in Como, Italy in 1944, studied photography in London. He first worked as a photojournalist in the 1970s and then later as a camera operator. In the more recent past, his interests have turned to artistic photography. His work has been shown in Arles, Paris, London and in Göteborg at the Hasselblad Foundation.

$105

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