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Launch of artist monograph by Ludovica Gioscia

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Saturday 9 March 2013, 6 – 9pm 
Launch of artist monograph by Ludovica Gioscia

Ludovica Gioscia’s monographic catalogue is an overview of the artists’ practice over the last ten years. Gioscia has developed an installation and sculptural practice based on paper – some of it custom screen printed other collected- and has realised a special hand printed edition for the launch.

Also present at the event some examples of her Debrock sculptures, made by crushing magazines and publications into geological formations.

The book includes essays by Eric Shiner, Michele Robecchi, Alberto Duman, Pablo León de la Barra and Maria Alicata.

Music on the night from DJs Todd Hart and Sandi Sirocco.

http://www.ludovicagioscia.com

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Ludovica Gioscia 
Published 2012
220 x 315mm
224 pages offset printed 
Price £25
Special Launch price £15
20 special editon books with screen printed covers £50
Published by Edizioni Olivares
ISBN 978-88-904223-4-8

Edizioni Olivares was founded in 1986 in Milan by Federica Olivares and has a very diversified editorial production, spanning from cinema to video and television broadcast productions to new cultural happenings.
http://www.edizioniolivares.com

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Written by bökship

March 3, 2013 at 7:55 pm

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  1. Where is to taking place?

    Franck

    March 7, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    • X Marks the Bökship
      210/ Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road
      London E2 9NQ
      UK

      bökship

      March 8, 2013 at 9:51 am


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