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  • Here

    By Richard McGuire

    Our Price: $35.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780375406508
    • Publisher: Pantheon
    • Published: December 2014
    "Richard McGuire's Here is the story of a corner of a room and the events that happened in that space while moving forward and backward in time. The book experiments with formal properties of comics, using multiple panels to convey the different moments in time. Hundreds of thousands of years become interwoven. A dinosaur from 100,000,000 BCE lumbers by, while a child is playing with a plastic toy that resembles the same dinosaur in the year 1999. Conversations appear to be happening between two people who are centuries apart. Someone asking, "Anyone seen my car keys?" can be "answered" by someone at a future archeology dig. Cycles of glaciers transform into marshes, then into forests, then into farmland. A city develops and grows into a suburban sprawl.Future climate changes cause the land to submerge, if only temporarily, for the long view reveals the transient nature of all things. Meanwhile, the attention is focused on the most ordinary moments and appreciating them as the most transcendent"--
  • Intimate Distance: Twenty-Five Years of Photographs, a Chronological Album

    By Todd Hido

    Our Price: $65.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9781597113601
    • Publisher: Aperture
    • Published: October 2016
  • Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty

    By Marilyn Minter

    Our Price: $30.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9781941366042
    • Publisher: Gregory R. Miller & Co.
    • Published: April 2015
  • Nick Cave: Until

    By Nick Cave

    Our Price: $30.00 - $49.95
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9783791356051
    • Publisher: Prestel
    • Published: May 2017
  • Night Walk

    By Ken Schles

    Our Price: $27.00 - $45.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9783869306926
    • Publisher: Steidl
    • Published: February 2015
    Twenty-five years after the printing of his seminal 1988 book, Invisible City, Ken Schles revisits his archive and fashions a narrative of lost youth: a delirious, peripatetic walk in the evening air of an irretrievable Downtown New York as he saw and experienced it. Night Walk is a substantive and intimate chronicle of New York's last pre-Internet bohemian outpost, a stream of consciousness portrayal that peels back layers of petulance and squalor to find the frisson and striving of a life lived amongst the rubble. Here, Schles embodies the flâneur as Sontag defines it, as a "connoisseur of empathy," "cruising the urban inferno, the voyeuristic stroller who discovers the city as a landscape of voluptuous extremes." We see in Night Walk a new and revelatory Ulysses for the 21st century: a searching tale of wonder and desire, life and love in the dying hulk of a ruined American city.

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