DATE 10/26/2016

William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest, Selected Works

DATE 10/25/2016

Kerry James Marshall: Look See

DATE 10/24/2016

Picasso Portraits, Lee Miller

DATE 10/23/2016

Kerry James Marshall is one of T Magazine's 'Greats'

DATE 10/22/2016

'The Greats' — William Eggleston on the Cover of T Magazine

DATE 10/21/2016

Four Generations: The Joyner Giuffrida Collection of Abstract Art, Shinique Smith

DATE 10/20/2016

'Never Built New York' Authors Talk and Sign at Hennessey & Ingalls!

DATE 10/20/2016

Four Generations: The Joyner Giuffrida Collection of Abstract Art, Norman Lewis

DATE 10/19/2016


DATE 10/19/2016

Mary Heilmann Launch & Signing at 192 Books

DATE 10/19/2016

The Moon 1968–1972

DATE 10/19/2016

Four Generations: The Joyner Giuffrida Collection of Abstract Art, Mark Bradford

DATE 10/18/2016

The Moon 1968–1972

DATE 10/17/2016

The Moon 1968–1972

DATE 10/16/2016

Anthony Hernandez

DATE 10/15/2016

Anthony Hernandez, Early Work

DATE 10/15/2016

Rare William Eggleston Signing at The Strand

DATE 10/14/2016

Anthony Hernandez, Everything paper bag

DATE 10/14/2016

Anthony Hernandez Launch at Spaces Corners at ICP Museum

DATE 10/13/2016

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Theaters

DATE 10/13/2016

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DATE 10/13/2016

Congratulations Bob Dylan, Winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature

DATE 10/12/2016

Come to the 2016 ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Stoop Sale!

DATE 10/12/2016

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Theaters

DATE 10/11/2016

Never Built New York, Diller Scofidio + Renfro

DATE 10/10/2016

Never Built New York, Venturi, Scott Brown

DATE 10/9/2016

Never Built New York, Coney Island Globe

DATE 10/8/2016

One of the best museum shows in New York this season: Agnes Martin at the Guggenheim

DATE 10/7/2016

Out-of-this-world-beautiful: Agnes Martin at the Guggenheim

DATE 10/6/2016

Ed Ruscha: Ribbon Words, Okla.

DATE 10/5/2016

Ed Ruscha: Ribbon Words, Hollywood

DATE 10/4/2016

Barnett Newman: Drawings and Prints

DATE 10/4/2016

Double, Double Toil and Trouble; Fire Burn and Caldron Bubble

DATE 10/4/2016

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DATE 10/3/2016

Wallace Berman: American Aleph, Verifax Collage Multicolor Shuffle Neil Young

DATE 10/2/2016

ARCANA presents Anthony Hernandez in conversation with Thomas Demand

DATE 10/2/2016

Etel Adnan: The Weight of the World

DATE 10/1/2016

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DATE 9/30/2016

Berenice Abbott: Paris Portraits 1925–1930, Violette Murat

DATE 9/29/2016

Darin Mickey Death Takes a Holiday Launch at Spaces Corners at ICP Museum

DATE 9/29/2016

Silent Beaches, Untold Stories: New York City's Forgotten Waterfront, North Brother Island

DATE 9/29/2016

Elizabeth Albert Launches 'Silent Beaches: Untold Stories' at Greenlight

DATE 9/28/2016

Randi Malkin Steinberger Signing at ARCANA

DATE 9/28/2016

Silent Beaches, Untold Stories: New York City's Forgotten Waterfront

DATE 9/27/2016

Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival

DATE 9/26/2016

Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival

DATE 9/26/2016

Hollywood and the Ivy Look

DATE 9/25/2016

Anthony Hernandez, Forever

DATE 9/24/2016

Anthony Hernandez, Landscape for the Homeless

DATE 9/23/2016

Anthony Hernandez, Los Angeles #2

DATE 9/23/2016

Shakespeare and Company Video: 'Tumbleweeds' Through the Years


Ex Libris: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel

DATE 7/21/2010

Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell have established a distinctive design look for their FUEL imprint; their aesthetic is evident here along with their passion for the darker side of history, in their list of ten essential books.

1. Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire by Iain Sinclair
Sinclair has lived in Hackney for over 30 years and this book is a fascinating take on the history of this neglected London borough and the incredible variety of people who have lived there. The fold out dustjacket doubles as a map of the area.

2. Worlds and Windows by Gilbert and George
The book to accompany their show at Anthony d'Offay Gallery in 1990. Constructed of color picture postcards, these grid-plan structures resemble a new kind of secular altarpiece. "Worlds" is 15 postcards high by 15 postcards wide and "Windows" follows a different pattern & orientation consisting 21 postcards high by 11 postcards wide. The book itself has a lovely old library feel about it.

3. Koba the Dread by Martin Amis
This is a book about Stalin and the past and present culpability of intellectuals, as well as a personal memoir. It's personal to Amis because his father Kingsley became a Communist in 1941 and remained so for 15 years: along with the majority of intellectuals everywhere he chose the big Stalinist lie over the truth. The book is littered with incredible and devastating facts about the man and his regime, knitted together with Amis' cutting, singular insights. The only reasonable excuse for believing the Stalinist story is perhaps that "the real story--the truth--was entirely unbelievable".

4. A Road Trip Journal by Stephen Shore
Shore recorded every detail of his road trip across America (in 1973) in this journal which features his own photographs along side lists of information including where he stayed, what he ate, what he watched on the television, how many photographs he took, as well as ephemera such as receipts and postcards. (Signed limited edition with a slip-case.)

5. Psychogeography by Will Self and Ralph Steadman
This book links with Iain Sinclair's Hackney in its approach, unearthing largely personal, previously hidden insights into places. Will Self on walking, "I have to concede that the 4/4 rhythm, the sense I have on long walks--both urban and rural--of being rather disembodied: a head floating above the ground; the meditational aspect, whereby I allow my mind to 'slip its gears'--all of these are akin to the kind of altered experience I sought in drugs."

6. Kolyma Tales by Varlam Shalamov
It is estimated that some three million people died in the Soviet forced-labour camps of Kolyma, in the northeastern area of Siberia. Shalamov himself spent seventeen years there, and in these stories he vividly captures the lives of ordinary people caught up in terrible circumstances. He manages to convey the sorrow and amazing depravity of this time without preaching or complaining. By far the most lyrical and moving work we have read on the subject.

7. Hackney Wick by Stephen Gill
Stephen Gill purchased a Bakelite camera at Hackney Wick market for 50p and used it to document the Wick's strangely self-sufficient world and the frenetic activity of the people who occupy it. A plastic camera with a plastic case and lens, the camera has no focus or exposure controls. Its no-frills technology mirrors the functionality of the market itself and Gill's resulting photographs exploit the spontaneous effects of the camera to reflect the energy and chaos.

8. Gulag: A History by Anne Applebaum
This encyclopedic volume is the most comprehensive on the subject. Covering the development of the Soviet concentration camps, from Lenin to Gorbachev, it is based on archives, interviews, new research and recently published memoirs. The sources are brilliantly combined by Applebaum to explain the role that the camps played in the Soviet political and economic system and describes daily life in the camps. (Winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for non-Fiction.)

9. Adolf Hitler: My Part in his Downfall by Spike Milligan
In the first volume of his World War Two memoirs, Spike puts his own unique spin on his experiences in World War Two starting from training at Bexhill-on-Sea to his posting in North Africa. The underlying tragedy of mass killing comes through in a story which is finely balanced between pathos and humor. This book is a terrific window into early period of the war, and a defining moment in the life of one of its greatest comedians.

10. A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
How do you control a youth that lives for “ultra-violence” and converses in a mixture of Russian and cockney slang “Nadsat”? Burgess applies his trademark intellectualism to produce a piece of English ‘science-fiction’ whose themes still seem as relevant today as they did when they were written. Yes, the film is good, but the book, with its in the first-person narrative gives us an unforgettable glimpse into Alex’s mind.

EX LIBRIS: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel
EX LIBRIS: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel
EX LIBRIS: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel
EX LIBRIS: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel
EX LIBRIS: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel
EX LIBRIS: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel
EX LIBRIS: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel
EX LIBRIS: Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell of Fuel

London-based Fuel design group was founded in 1991 by Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell. The firm quickly became known for its bold, thought-provoking self-published magazine, its commercial work for other publishers, its short films, film titles and television commercials. In 2005, Fuel Publishing was born, and a series of influential and best-selling books (including the Russian Criminal Tattoo series) quickly followed. 

Danzig Baldaev: Drawings from the Gulag

Danzig Baldaev: Drawings from the Gulag Edited by Damon Murray, Stephen Sorrell. Drawings from the Gulag consists of 130 drawings by Danzig Baldaev (author of the acclaimed Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia series), describing the history, horror and peculiarities of the Gulag system from its inception in 1918. >>more
FUEL Publishing
ISBN 9780956356246
US $32.95 CAN $40.00 TRADE
Hbk, 6.5 x 8 in. / 240 pgs / 30 b&w.
Pub Date: 10/31/2010


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