After The Fourth Wall, we are offering Max Pinckers's new book Will They Sing Like Raindrops or Leave Me Thirsty in a version that includes a signed & numbered copy and a signed print.
NB : All copies available come with the print seen on our picture (white horse in traffic)
Design by Jurgen Maelfeyt.
Text by Hans Theys, 'Photographs as Poems', Montagne de Miel, February 2014.
This book was commissioned by "Europalia International Arts Festival" for the Indomania exhibition at Bozar - Centre of Fine Arts, Brussels, 2013.
232 pages - Softcover with flaps
*Signed w/ Print*
New - Mint condition
.Signed copies back in stock. Presentation on the artist's website: " « Margins of Excess is spun around the stories of six people who momentarily received nationwide attention in the US press because of their attempts to realize a dream or passion, but were treated as deceivers. In general, Max Pinckers is attracted to subjects that evoke the magic of...
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.Sold out. Presentation by Julia Borissova: " I am fond of the artist book form and have created about 14 books over the past 10 years. Most of the titles are sold out. Some time ago I decided to rethink some of my projects and realize them in a new, more concentrated form of zines. In almost half a year I managed to implement this idea and today I am...
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