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At 0:16 on April 24, 2009, Volumina said…
Thank you! take a look at our website you'll find more info...
i think/ hope you will love tulse luper in venice/ turin
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At 10:26 on February 6, 2009, Maddy Rosenberg said…
The bestiary is fun - in my usual dark way (the images are from Berlin). I sent the mock-up off for a residency in New Orleans (I wish it was now - I can't stand this winter we're having!). I'm going next week to Boston for the traveling Art of the Book exhibition at McMullen Museum, Boston College (it's a black tie affair). Off to LA next month and then Chicago for SGC. You've got any U.S. plans or will that be post-thesis?
At 4:17 on February 6, 2009, Maddy Rosenberg said…
Hi Andrew, I did a mock-up for a pop-up bestiary, am working on a rubber stamp book commissioned by the Jaffe, and a painting that may be for my show in London if the gallery is still open by then! Also working on opening a space here and a few curatorial exhibition ideas.
And how's the thesis going?

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