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Pérez Grobet, Ximena.
Encuadres, Personal Diary.
Mexico City: Nowhereman Press, 2000. Limited Edition. Original Wraps. "The idea of this book was to extract a series of texts from the artist’s personal diary, which would enable one to recognize, rather than the content of the text, the emotion that accompanied the experience, reflected in the many facets..... Item #9268
Barcelona: Nowhereman Press, 2013. Limited Edition. Hardcover. "Throughout history, books have always served as a recording tool, in which the testimony of something that has left a mark on the work of humanity is recorded for posterity. Memory is the cut that is made line by line as though it... Item #9265
Barcelona: Nowhereman Press, 2016. Limited Edition. Hardcover. This book is part of the project "words" of the English group AMBruno. The text is Wallace Stevens' poem 'The House was quiet and the world was warm.' The artist, exploring the premise that words are possible thanks to the space that occupy... Item #9258
Mexico: Lorena Velázquez, 2015. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Artist book addressing the human rights tragedy of the 43 disappeared, kidnapped, and murdered Mexican students in Iguala, Guerrero State, Mexico. According to "official reports," the students commandeered several buses to travel to Mexico City to commemorate the anniversary of the 1968 Tlatelolco... Item #9248