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Eerie and Mystifying. Deborah Remington: A Life in Drawing

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Sophie Calle's exquisite tribute to her mother, Rachel Monique

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Eerie and Mystifying. Deborah Remington: A Life in Drawing

DATE 4/26/2017

Eerie and Mystifying. Deborah Remington: A Life in Drawing

"I find the forms I invent continually reflected in the external world, and must believe that the opposition and attraction implicit between them mirrors something which pervades all life, artistic, biological and intellectual. It is the tension between male and female, balance, order and chance, between dissonance and harmony." Soot Series #1 (1963) is reproduced from Deborah Remington: A Life in Drawing, a cool little book on the inveterately courageous but largely overlooked artist who died in 2010. A distant relative of Western painter Frederic Remington, Deborah Remington founded the celebrated Six Gallery in 1950s San Francisco, lived in Japan for two years in order to immerse herself in the art of calligraphy, traveled throughout southeast Asia working odd jobs, and came back to New York to produce mystifying, eerie paintings based upon the studies collected here.

Sophie Calle's exquisite tribute to her mother, Rachel Monique

DATE 4/25/2017

Sophie Calle's exquisite tribute to her mother, Rachel Monique

"Monique wanted to see the sea one last time," Sophie Calle writes of her mother in Rachel Monique. "On Tuesday, January 31, we went to Cabourg. The last journey." Above this English translation, the same text is debossed in large letters. Across from it, this photograph appears. There has never been a book quite like this one. Embroidered sparkling linen cover, a variety of deluxe papers, spot varnish on reproductions of vintage photographs, excerpts from Calle's mother's diaries, and Calle's own texts and photographs documenting the process of laying her mother to rest add up to much more than the sum of their parts. Described as "a highly personal work of mourning that manages to be universal in its evocation of the emotionally complex mother-daughter relationship," by Mary Kaye Schilling in T Magazine, Rachel Monique is one of two new books that Calle will be signing 2:30-4PM today at 192 Books.

Sophie Calle as Spie: Suite Vénitienne

DATE 4/24/2017

Sophie Calle as Spie: Suite Vénitienne

Printed on Japanese paper with a die-cut cover and printed edges, this beautifully produced artist's book was designed in collaboration with Sophie Calle and documents in images and diaristic texts her dreamlike surveillance of Henri B., a man she followed from Paris to Venice, trailing him for two weeks. One of 10 books included in T Magazine's portrait of Calle in books, it was also reviewed by David Ulin of the Los Angeles Times. "For Calle," he writes, "the idea is to push the bounds of propriety, to go where one wouldn’t ordinarily go. This is—have no doubt—an assault on privacy, autonomy, undertaken without permission and enacted for the public, a public with which the subject may or may not wish to engage. That’s one of the challenges of her work, the discomfort we feel as she crosses the line."

DATE 4/16/2017

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Eduardo Paolozzi

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Marguerita Mergentime

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Models Matter

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Renoir: Intimacy

DATE 3/13/2017

Andy Warhol: Prints

DATE 3/6/2017

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DATE 2/28/2017

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