Issue 3 of the sharp-suited Vancouver-based Art/Design/Literature Pyramid Power has just come out with an extended version of Max Andrews's interview with Revolver founder Christoph Keller, originally published in the Latitudes-edited UOVO issue 14. Here it is titled "Still Not a Hippie: Interview with Christoph Keller on the Future of the Book & Life on a Farm"
'Kent Henricksen A season of delight' Edited by Luca Andriolo Authors: Lillian Davies, Mario Diacono, Kathy Grayson, Norma Mangione, Bob Nickas Edition English October 2007 ISBN 978-88-95702-00-1 Hardcover, 21 x 26 cm – 288 pages
On the 6th September, The Bookmakers Ed. presented 'Kent Henricksen: A season of delight', the first volume of IN-SCAPE, a series devoted to young talents emerging in the contemporary art world. The publication was launched in New York coinciding with 'Divine Deviltries', the artist's exhibition at John Connelly Presents gallery on view until October 6, 2007. This monograph explores Kent Henricksen's imagery and art-practice: writer and gallerist Mario Diacono analyzes Henricksen's work in the context of contemporary art, whilst writer Lillian Davies offers the reader an essay about violence within the artist's imagery. To complete the volume are an in-depth interview with writer and curator Bob Nickas and a conversation between curator Kathy Grayson and the artist.