Paperback Issue Two

Paperback Issue Two
Author: Oliver Watson (Ed.)
Publisher: Kris Latocha
Language: English
Pages: 96 + booklet of drawings
Size: 14,8 x 21 cm
Weight: 215 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: ISSN 1755-733X
Availability: In stock
Price: €125.00
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Paperback Issue Two
Paperback #2, Oliver Watson, Yuichi Yokoyama, Dan Nadel, Mad Vicky's Tea Gallery
Hiraku Suzuki
Nieves Library
Aaron Rose and Sister Corita
Les Blank
Dark Fair
Lucky Dragons
Tal R
Masayuki Shioda
Charles Lapicque
Nicola Pecoraro
Karel Appel
Alice Pfeiffer
Gottfried Honegger

Contributing Artists Karel Appel, Susan Cianciolo, Charles Lapicque, Gottfried Honegger, Nicola Pecoraro, Tal R, Masayuki Shioda, Yuichi Yokoyama Contributing Photographers Nampei Akaki, Benjamin Deberdt, Sofia V. Fischer, David Horvitz, Ooki Jingu, Heinz Peter Knes, Bego Solis & Carmen Simon, Ben Sullivan Contributing Writers Anja Cronberg, David Horvitz, Kris Latocha, Carlo McCormick, Dan Nadel, Alice Pfeiffer, Paul Pieroni, Oliver Watson, Stephanie Weber Thank You Agence Photographique d la Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Karel Appel Foundation, Harriet Appel-de Visser, Bluemark, Centre Georges Pompidou, Circleculture Gallery, Isabelle Danto, Hiroshi Eguchi, Farbanalyse, Luke Fischbeck, Sofia V. Fischer, Simon Guzylack, Yoshitaka Haba, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, Miyoko Hoshino, Andy Holmes, Miyoko Hoshino, Rik van Leeuwen, Monster Children Gallery, Rick Myers, Ronyo Ooguro, Christian Panenbourg, Véronique Pellier, Antonien Rijksen, Aaron Rose, Katrin Schütte, Seventeen Gallery, Benjamin Sommerhalder, Hiraku Suzuki, Stephanie Weber, Utrecht Special Thanks Francesca Gavin, Paul Pieroni

Improvised image editor and photographer Nampei Akaki (b. 1977) spent his childhood in Saudi Arabia and south east Asia. After living and working in London for 6 years, he has now returned to Tokyo. His most recent project is a collaboration with triplets who he bumped into while taking his turtle for a walk. Also loves drinking. Susan Cianciolo (b. 1969) 'defies definition: on the one hand she is a revered fashion designer who happens to make art; on the other, she is a conceptual artist who occasionally designs clothing. Her work provokes debate, and pushes the boundaries of contemporary art and modern fashion'. She lives in Chinatown, New York together with her newly born daughter Lilac. Anja Cronberg (b. 1978) is a freelance journalist based in Stockholm and is an editor at Acne Paper. Benjamin Deberdt (b. 1971), photographer based in Paris. His photography has appeared on the pages of publications such as Slap, Transworld, Jalouse and Le Collete, as well as in numerous group and solo exhibitions around the world. Since 2002, a senior editor of Kingpin Skateboarding Europe. Naoko Higashi (b. 1980), based in Tokyo, is a freelance editor as well as a regular contributor to magazines Someone's Garden, Quotation and Marie Claire Japan. Gottfried Honegger (b. 1917), our oldest living contributor is a Swiss painter and sculptor. He lives and works in France. His public sculptures are scattered throughout Europe.

David Horvitz (b. 1982) is an artist, in it's vaguest terms; a wanderer and a trickster He lives between New York and Los Angeles. Kotaro Inoue (b. 1980) design assistant extraordinaire and graphic artist. In 200g he has exhibited in the Netherlands and the USA. He currently lives in Tokyo. Ooki Jingu (b. 1977) Lives and works in Tokyo where he captures ordinary, common cityscapes, transforming them into unrecognisable, abstract landscapes. Carlo McCormick, a New York based writer, curator and cultural critic, his writing has appeared in Art in America, Artforum, Tokion, Spin and Vice amongst many other magazines as well as numerous books and catalogues on contemporary art. He is currently a Senior Editor at Paper magazine. Dan Nadel is the founder and director of PictureBox, an independent publisher of art, music, photography and comics, based in Brooklyn, New York. Alice Pfeiffer (b. 1985) has just attained her masters degree in social science and is now working as a freelance journalist. She lives and works in London. Paul Pieroni (b. 1981), curator, writer and an associate director of SEVENTEEN gallery in London. His writing appears in Art World and regularly on the pages of PAPERBACK. Stephanie Weber (b. 1978) is an art historian. After recently leaving Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, she now works as a director for Zach Feuer gallery in New York.