Daily Life Storage release 8: Glory One of three new portfolios available this month.
Produced in an edition of 25, Glory is the first of three portfolios Daily Life Storage is releasing this month in preparation for the LA Art Book Fair. It features seven works in a new, large format edition. It gets bigger!
Participating artists Steven Beckly Bobby Collins Bobby Gonzalez Jesús Monteagudo Guerra Matt Morris
Daily Life Storage is a series of limited edition portfolios and other projects generating an ongoing and admittedly peculiar archive centered around queer creativity. As the collection expands it rests somewhere between art, scrotums, piss and kinkos. To launch each new release, portfolios are available for free to anyone willing to fulfill a given task. After this initial offering, the remaining portfolios are sold at bookstores, book fairs and via this website to help fund future projects.
I have a portfolio in the latest issue of Packet, along with contributions from Nicole Reber, Ian Lewandowski, Sampson Starkweather, Alex Gavryushenko, Eric Wiley, Kate Gavino, and Cait Oppermann. Risograph and laserjet, 34 pages, singe staple-bound 8.5x11. You can purchase the issue here. Thank you, Anthony and Chris!
This chunky 384-page daily calendar is the same size as your standard issue of BUTT, but it’s over an inch and a half thick and weighs one and a quarter kilos! Every sideways glance, every lusty moment has been rendered in black ink on BUTT’s 100% recycled pink stock, bound to a durable cardboard backing, and then wrapped in a sturdy color cover.
Boys on Film Vol. 1 14.8 x 21 cm, 128 pages ISBN: 978-89-965281-9-7 Edition of 1000 Published date: September 20, 2013
Alexa Babiuk, Alexandra Waespi, Alice Rainis, Amandine Paulandré, Amy Dorian, Berta Pfirscih, Brad Freeman, Bradford Gregory, Daniel Gentelev, Derek Fernandes, Elisabete Santos Rosa, Elise Toïdé, Emily-Jane Robinson, Fernando Hideki, Hanna Ukura, Helena Estrela, Hollie Fernando, Igor Termenon, Isabella Stahl, Isolde Woudstra, Javier Castán, Jael Levi, Jesse Jacobs, Jon Stars, Johanna Tagada, Jordanna Kalman, Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert, Justin Guthrie, Karen Prosen, Katherine Squier, Katie Silvester, Kimberley Grant, Kirill Mazhai, Kitty Riddell, Laura-Lynn Petrick, Lauren Brown, Lea Colombo, Lola Li, Lottie Spencer, Marco Hernandez, Mariana Pacho Lopez, Marija Strajnic, Matheus Chiaratti, Matilde Viegas, Matt Sanchez, Matthew Farag, Maxwell Tomlinson, Megan Tilley, Melisa Minca, Mercedes Esquivel, Meryl Olah, Naomi Hart, Natasha Ch. K., Olivia Locher, Posternaks, Rosaline Shahnavaz, Rosanna Webster, Ryan Shamblin, Sara Sani, Silvia Conde, Sonya Kydeeva, Sophie Davidson, Stephen Edwards, Steven Beckly, Yuvali Theis
Girls/Boys on Film are two contemporary photography zines founded by Igor Termenon in February 2011. The zines showcase portraits taken with film cameras and are also a platform to discover photography talent. Since its beginnings two years ago, the zines have attracted international attention and have been featured in magazines and websites such as Elle Girl Korea, Urban Outfitters Blog, Dazed & Confused and It’s Nice That. Girls on Film has also been recently added to the Museum of Modern Art Library archive in New York.
If I was in New York, I would get my hands on this. Unpublished is releasing a Collector’s Edition at These Peanuts are Bullets, an exhibition featuring a selection of independent and international fanzines and magazines. Designed as a sticker-album, the special collector’s edition brings together all the images they’ve published in their previous issues. The exhibition runs from July 10 - 14 at Maurizio Cattelan and Massimiliano Gioni’s Family Business Gallery.
Check out the July issue of IN TORONTO for a lovely portfolio of Canadian queer kisses. I’m excited to share the page with Canuck superstars Sholem Krishtalka, Kris Knight, and Kent Monkman. The magazine hits newsstands next week. Happy Pride!
Jonathan D. Katz wrote a short essay on my work for the latest issue of Thresholds Issue 40: Socio—. Thresholds is the peer-reviewed, annual journal of architecture, art, and media culture produced by editors in the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Artists: Will Adler, Michelle Kathleen Anderson, Steven Beckly, Steven Brahms, Caleb Charland, Jonathan Cherry, Nicholas Alan Cope, Chajana DenHarder, Bill Durgin, Kyle Ferino, Matteo Ferrari, Pierpaolo Ferrari, Nina Hartmann, Evan Jenkins, Tim Johannis, Carl Kleiner, Kirill Kuletski, Casey McGonagle, Zoltán Vancsó.
I have work in the beautifully printed Unpublished, an independent publishing and artistic project aiming to promote and disseminate contemporary photography. For more information on the launch party and one night exhibition of original prints, view their press release.
In anticipation of the launch of Palimpsest ISSUE/02: MEDICINE, February 26, 2011, we’re offering 15 copies of the limited edition of 50 for pre-order through our website.
ISSUE/02: MEDICINE is an unbound collection of printed matter and other work concerned with ideas of the body, illness, health, physicality and spirituality. MEDICINE incorporates video work from Brendan Reed, Jason Harvey, and Michael Leach, written work from Craig Fahner, Tess Edmonson, and Willie Brisco in conversation with AA Bronson, and a collection of printed matter and visuals from Maryanne Casasanta, Stacey Ho and Lindsey Nolan, Dan Joyce, Matthew King, Pierre Le Hors, Adam O’Reilly, The Parker Branch (Jason Hallows/Anna Madelska), Nikholis Planck, Xenia Benivolski and William Young. All pieces are individually packaged in acid-free paper and collected in a handmade archival folder.
IN Toronto Magazine featured one of my images on the cover of their November 2010 issue. Cover story, “Will it get better?” by Michael Pihach targets teenage bullying among LGBT youth. The issue is on newsstands now, and you can view a digital version on their website: www.intorontomag.com.