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Alexei Monroe: Autopsia - Thanatopolis
24 x 16 x 1,5 cm | 112 pages on fine heavyweight art paper | duotone print | text by Alexei Monroe | illustrations and artworks by AutopsiA | design by Ivan Mečl | “Níl luibh ná leigheas an aghaidh an bháis.”
    25 EUR 26 USD
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Autopsia: Apocrypha
15 x 23 x 3 cm | 280 pages on fine heavyweight art paper | edited by Vadimir Mattioni | text, design and graphics by Autopsia | translated by Dušan Đordevic Mileusnic | produced by Illuminating Technologies | published by UPI2M PLUS
    35 EUR 37 USD
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Catherine Ringer et Les Frères Guedin: PUNK 103 (le dernier cri)
21 x 14,5 x 1 cm / 56 pages / offset / 1000ex
    15 EUR 16 USD
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Céline Guichard: Yokai (le dernier cri)
21,5 x 30 x 1 cm / 32 pages / sérigraphie 14 passages / 200ex
    35 EUR 37 USD
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Collectif de La Hesse: MEUSIEU (le dernier cri)
22 x 31 x 1 cm / 32 pages / sérigraphie 5 pass. couleur / 200 ex || Gravures de Rémi Pierlo, Adolpho Avril, Benoit Montjoie, Dominique Theate, Irène Gérard, Richard Bawin, Jean-Jacques Oost, et Jean-Michel Bansart.
    30 EUR 32 USD
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David Černý, Tomáš Pospiszyl: The Fucking Years (original release)
True story. Life and work of a contemporary artist. A stirring story of one of the most famous artists written by one of the best art theoretists Tomáš Pospiszyl. Incredible revelations from the backstage of the present day art scene full of sex, intrigues and lack of money, accompanied by huge, coloured, shocking and nowhere published reproductions. Recommended to art school students as compulsory forbidding reading.
    32,20 EUR 34 USD
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František Matoušek: František Matoušek
First independent catalogue by this young graduate of Prague’s Academy of Fine Art. The book summarizes his latest work as it reflects on the petty relations of the Czech art scene with its tooth-and-nail battles for the most visible positions. Curators are disposed of in shoot-outs and competing artists play football on one team.
    8 EUR 8 USD
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Gérard LATTIER (le dernier cri)
21 x 30 x 1 cm / offset quadri et bichro / 68 pages / 666 ex
    15 EUR 16 USD
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Gnon: Craoman (le dernier cri)
21 x 29,5 x 0,7 cm / sérigraphie 12 pass. couleur / 32 pages / 200 ex
    32 EUR 34 USD
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Guillaume Soulatges: Les Heures Creuses (le dernier cri)
29 x 20,5 x 0,7 cm / 32 pages / sérigraphie 10 passages couleur / 200ex
    30 EUR 32 USD
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Holywoodoo 2 (le dernier cri)
15 x 21 x 2 cm / 160 pages / offset / 1000 ex
    20 EUR 21 USD
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HOPITAL BRUT 7 (le dernier cri)
Mars 2006. 160 p. dont 1/3 serigraphie / almost half in silkreen/ made by slave handing / 600 grammes. 22 X 31 X 1,5 cm / Couv. M. Hagelberg + Moolinex
    40 EUR 42 USD
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Charlotta Kotíková: Jan Hísek
The book shows the artist's intense production between 1995 and 2001. Jan Rous said about his mystical work: „Hísek's fantasy produces its own dream creatures but their basis is primarily conditioned in the light. They are born from the light to fight the darkness or even beat it, they are full of positive messages, essentially sacral contents.." The hardback book is full of large-format reproductions of Hísek's paintings and drawings with the foreword of Charlotta Kotíková, Otto M. Urban and Tomáš Pospiszyl. The artist himself accompanied his work with a few poetic texts.
    29 EUR 30 USD
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Christine Petit: Xtine Petit
In this book French photographer Petit, who now lives in Berlin, experiments with shadows and her body, mostly in black and white photography. "The image that a person projects, like a stream of light that shoots out from the borderland of shadows, in there lie the moments, no past and therefore no future. What is the present? It is the fruition of the traces of some locations, some kind of memories that a person doesn’t want to forget, maybe it is something like a log-book. And isn’t life something like this? My life."
    6 EUR 6 USD
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Igor Korpaczewský: Shadows of KW
This book by top Czech painter Igor Korpaczewski, who goes by the pseudonym KW and teaches at Prague’s Academy of Fine Arts, contains pictures and drawings from 1990 to 1997. The figural paintings of Korpaczewski explore the relationships between the conscious and unconscious, the power and the powerless. Figures in a hypnotic trance, representatives of unknown androids and supermen are confronted by world consumption and pop culture. Korpaczewski presents these figures as sad new-age gods.
    99 EUR 104 USD
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