Artifacts from the artist’s 2012 installation at Esopus Space
Never-before-seen early portraits from the Magnum photographer
Esopus regular Remsburg found this anonymous collage in a shop in Readsboro, VT, in 2004.
Riveting still images from a little-seen Super-8 film
Die-cut collages depicting the urban landscape—and its effects on those who traverse it.
Material related to a groundbreaking 1969 exhibition
Tenth in our series of fiction by never-before-published authors
“Storyboards for Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Told in the Form of Ivan the Terrible,” 2012
Pages from the guest book of musicologist Nicolas Slonimsky
An event related to Esopus 18 features a reading by author Victoria Matsui and a short concert by muscian Cat Martino.
The launch party for Esopus 18 also served as the opening reception for a related installation by artist Bryan Nash Gill, “What Was Will Be Again.”
The 18th issue of Esopus, featuring artists' projects by Bill Burns, Bryan Nash Gill, and Mary Lum, has just reached newsstands in the U.S. and abroad.