PETER PAN POSSE || A is a compilation of photographs seen through lens of various members of the iconic downtown NYC crew. Featuring photography by Mint&Serf, Pj Monte, Michael Krim, Hek, Same, Pablo Powers, Dak, SI One, Lorenzo Fariello, Osvaldo Chance Jimenez, Farao and Mick.
ZONA NORTE is an official neighborhood as well as a red light district located in Tijuana, Mexico. It is among the largest red-light districts in North America known for its brothels, which presuient themselves in public as strip clubs and bars. This zine documents a 24hr period form Los Angeles to Tijuana. Photographed By: Michael Krim & Sean Maung
The first publication from The London Vagabond, 'Rats In The Wall' is a visual diary shot post release from prison while still being restricted to a 7pm - 7am curfue. All the images are shot within the confines of his own home within a four month period.
Self-published A5, 32 full colour pages, printed onto 170gsm recycled paper with a 250gsm uncoated cover. Second edition, Limited print run of 60 copies hand signed and numbered..
PHOTOS BY: MIKE KRIM
The space will house photos by photographer Sean Maung, as he will also be taking live star shots with a V-Day-specific backdrop. The event will showcase a limited edition long-sleeve T-shirt.
In addition to this, exclusive Kelsey Niziolek risograph zines will be available at the pop-up.
SPONSORED BY: OPC
1. What differences do you see culturally in terms of love/sex/dating in Brazil vs the United States?
(Priscila): We both have different opinions because we come from different countries, Pablo is European and I am Brazilian. I think the Europeans are more caring and attentive compared to Brazilians. Relationship culture in Brazil deals with a lot of obsession and possession. Women in Brazil must always be submissive while also being the queen of everything. I found it interesting when he wanted a relationship with me despite the famous reputation that women in Brazil have all over the world hahaha.Read More
Nate Walton; Gasping For Air. 2016.
A compendium of Walton's prurient oeuvre in an attenuated 40 page zine, limited to 70 copies.
A delphian collection confounding the artist's other work, ( Out Of Body, Simple Future Past Perfect ) present a more shrouded view of intimacy, machinating the concepts surrounding the subject; Gasping For Air is a disclosing enumeration, a flashing importance while maintaining an impenetrable composure, blurring the line between reality and the concocted.
PAPER WORK NYC presented "ON A SUNDAY" At the Westlake/ MacArthur Park station in Los Angeles Featuring BRAD PHILLIPS, CRISTINE BRACHE, ERIK BRUNETTI, NATALIE KRIM, NATE WALTON, MIKE KRIM, SEAN MAUNG, VALERIE J. BOWER & YANA TOYBER.
For many, many years MacArthur park has been plagued with urban blight, gangs, and drugs; but remains a cultural epicenter for street vendors, and people looking to score a hot deal, from clothing, electronics, food, household goods; at any given moment the whole atmosphere can change from a deal gone wrong to police showing up in force to remove everyone from the sidewalk to all out chaos, it's living its breathing it's as real as it gets all while being surrounded by one of the most beautiful parks in the city, littered with palm trees and a giant lake.
When one first glances the works of artist NATALIE KRIM, one cannot help feel a bit embarrassed. At face value, these small intimate drawings and collages are soft and sweet, but there’s something incredibly private going on as well. As we take in these artworks, we feel as though we’re being let into someone’s secret world, a place where forbidden desires are allowed to run wild, yet packaged in the sweetness of a teenage girl’s fantasy. Some could say this is nothing new, and that in our social-media-driven visual world images described as these permeate every corner of our culture, but NATALIE KRIM’s images are different.... Arron RoseRead More