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    • Jack Pierson


      Tomorrow’s Man 6
      The sixth volume in Jack Pierson’s famed Tomorrow’s Man series associates archival material and works by contemporary artists in a collage-like design to produce an exploded vision of the current visual landscape, draped in vintage homoeroticism and glamour.
      Continuing on were the others left off this installment features a diverse collection of works such as Cameron Jamie’s ceramics, Clément PJ Schneider’s nude studies, Danny McDonald’s pop inspired sculptures, alongside images from Matthew Bede Murphy, Michael Bilsborough, Agustin Bruno, Jeremy Deprez, Eliza Douglas, Robert Escalera, Mark Flood, Quinn Gorbutt, Mended Veil, Nathan Morgan, Nehama, Kembra Pfahler and Niv Shank. Rounding out this volume are Pierson’s own images and assorted ephemera as well as a complete screenplay by Chico Kramer.
      2022
      18,4 x 25,4
      168 p.
      Broché

      37 €

      Tomorrow’s Man 5
      The fifth volume in Jack Pierson’s famed Tomorrow’s Man series associates archival material and works by contemporary artists in a collage-like design to produce an exploded vision of the current visual landscape, draped in vintage homoeroticism and glamour.
      The fifth volume in Jack Pierson’s celebrated Tomorrow’s Man artist book series mixes imagery from all spectrums of the visual landscape into a single mediation on the world around us. Combining archival material together with contributions by emerging and established artists, Tomorrow’s Man 5 continues on where the earlier volumes left off.

      Contributions by Dietmar Busse, David Carrino, Jeff Davis, Florence Derive, David Dupuis, Gareth McConnell, Jack Pierson, Samoa, Clement PJ Schneider, Janet Stein, Paula Stuttman, Richard Tinkler, Jordan Wolfson.

      Tomorrow’s Man 5 comes in five different covers, randomly distributed.

      2020
      18,4 x 25,4
      168 p.
      softcover

      37 €

      Tomorrow’s Man. Lynn Valley 9

      Utilizing an unconventional design layout in which imagery has been dropped in with a complete disregard for page breaks and centerfolds, this compendium quickly establishes itself as something other than a straightforward photo book.

      Tomorrow’s Man, Lynn Valley 9, combines familiar imagery from Pierson’s vast repertoire—portraits, vintage ‘Physique’ magazines, celebrity promo shots, and oddball ephemera—alongside work from an eclectic range of contributors such as David Carrino, Florence Derive, Alex Jovanovich, Dan McCarthy, Ryan Sullivan, Evan Whale, and others. The unusual design and diverse imagery presents Pierson in way never seen before and shows off his skill as an inventive editor.

      Includes a short story by Veralyn Behenna entitled The Lobster.

      2014
      24,1 x 16,5 cm
      84 p.
      Broché


      Pictures we take for money

      Striking color photographs of celebrities, landscapes, still life, models and fashion. Among celebrities photographed: Joyce Carol Oates, Courtney Love, Brad Pitt, Alanis Morissette, K.D. Lang and Vincent Gallo. Courtney Love is on the front cover.

      2000
      New York
      24 x 19 cm
      Relié


      Sing a song of sixpence
      1997
      Cologne
      17 x 11 cm
      32 p.
      Broché


      Jack Pierson

      Cinéma immobile, les images de Jack Pierson balayent une région sexuelle diffractée : palmiers et massifs de fleurs, coins de murs, coulours, enseignes lumineuses, visages de stars, lits défaits, solitudes, mémoire en fuite, moments d’ennui – les fragments d’une « histoire de la sexualité ».
      Catalogue du Musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux.

      1997
      Bordeaux
      25 x 18 cm
      32 p.
      agrafé


      All of A Sudden

      Pierson’s languid images of summer retreat landscapes and interiors, friends, intimate acquaintances, holiday-city background, and set nostalgic recreations are sensually prepared in one long groove-by turns overwhelming bleached in color, coolly prepared in a non-obtrusive manner, or scorched into sheer emotion through lens manipulation.

      1995
      New York
      31 x 22,6 cm
      192 p.
      Relié, étui turquoise
      Cet exemplaire est signé et accompagné d'une photographie originale "Solitude" numérotée et signée 61/80.