This stunning, 6-foot-long double foldout utilizes hundreds of the artist’s photographs.
A comic strip whose subjects include theory, culture, history, and the “Black Metropolis”
The artist color-coded grids created by his landlord to predict winning lottery numbers.
31 artists are invited to reimagine recipe cards as miniature in-home performances.
For “Esprit de Corpse,” multiple artists worked individually to knit a single garment.
Manipulated barbershop posters and discarded photographs create resonant portraits of masculinity.
In “Egypt,” a picture story told with Tarot-like images, two children embark upon an Egyptian adventure.
The artist maps her surroundings with whimsical drawings.
“Foot and Stocking Series,” a series based on a 1965 painting by the artist
A conversation between artworks created by two artists over the past several decades
“Untitled” (2009): Selections from the artist’s “Volume” series
“A Doll House Society” (removable 24-page book)
“Top Gun, 2004” transcribes the entire Tony Scott film on a removable poster
An artist draws over 100 of Esopus readers’ favorite things in New York City for our 4th Subscriber Invitational
Selections from the 2008 watercolor suite “Sudden Appearances into Vanishing”
Images of the artist’s sculpture No Title (Red Room)—and a detailed inventory of its contents
Sixteen fragments from 25 years’ worth of printmaking
“The Real Story of the Superheroes” tells the inspiring tales of NYC immigrants.
“Untitled Interiors,” vivid images of domestic spaces
“American Blondes 2005”: What don’t these magazine covers have in common?
“Missing the Train” documents a frustrating experience common to every NYC straphanger.
“Eight Chance Variations Within a Fixed Structure” (removable inserts)
“Autographs,” a collaboration between painter and poet, father and son
“Flag 2006,” a removable poster from the New York–based artist
An in-depth look into the creation of an etching and aquatint
Eight “memory drawings” inspired by Esopus readers’ photographs
A calendar clock (a 21" x 30" removable poster) and the formula for its use
Pages and covers of Américas magazine revisited in brush and ink
Portraits from the New York-based conceptualist’s “You and We” series
The California photographer creates a stunning removable poster for Esopus readers.
A series of altered book covers by the acclaimed Los Angeles–based artist
“All the Eyes Are Mine,” a selection of digitally modified found photographs
“See It Loud,” a removable poster created for Esopus readers
Form and function merge in this series of altered maps.
A child’s memories of her grandmother are refracted through the prism of a rich imagination.
These recently declassified ”Memoranda,” selected by the artist, must see the light of day.
The noted artist revisits a structure from his native Hale County, Alabama.
“My Potential Future Based on Present Circumstances (6/29/03)”
The result of an encounter with a found object provided by Esopus
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