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1. Elevenses [2017]

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20 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 33 cm
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2. Intimacy [2017]

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1 volume (unpaged), 1 portfolio (14 prints), 12 unnumbered sheets : illustrations ; in box 41 x 46 x 5 cm
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3. Marking colour [2017]

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35 unnumbered double leaves : color illustrations ; 26 x 26 cm + 5 prints (sheet 26 x 26 cm)
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25, [3] pages : illustrations ; 25 cm , 26 in case
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1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm, in case 30 cm
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6. 7 days of darkness [2016]

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3 volumes : color illustrations ; 31 x 31 cm + 2 prints (107 x 61 cm)
  • [volume1] 7 days of darkness
  • [volume 2] 7 days of drawing, 7 days void
  • [volume 3] Notes on 7 days of darkness, 7 days of drawing and 7 days void.
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7. Bitter chocolate [2016]

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1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 38 x 9 cm
  • 1. Unsweetened
  • 2. Untempered.
Narrative about a fictional goddess of chocolate, "Cacao Woman, " a character loosely adapted from the Popul Vuh, the Mayan Book of Council. It is interspersed with historical and contemporary facts about chocolate production and consumption, as well as vignettes from the author's personal history with chocolate.
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[4] text leaves, 40 leaves of plates ; sheets 57 x 39 cm, box 60 x 41 cm
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60 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm.
Play by Pedro Monge that explores the theme of discovery, conquest, and the encounter of two worlds, set at the Spanish court in Barcelona, April 3, 1493, as Ferdinand and Isabella welcome back Christopher Columbus.
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22 unnumbered leaves : illustrations ; 27 cm
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97 pages : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles ; 28 cm
Study of Dolores María de Ximeno y Cruz, a young intelectual and writer of the upper class bourgeoisie of Matanzas in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, whose memoirs, based on family diaries and stories, newspaper articles, and letters, offered a detailed and valuable portrait of Cuban society and culture at an important moment of change between the two centuries which was fundamental in shaping the national culture of Cuba. Ximeno's memoirs first appeared in volumes 19-24 of the prestigious journal Revista bimestre cubana, and were later published in Havana in 1928 and 1930 with the title Aquellos tiempos: memorias de Lola María.
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35 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 18 x 28 cm
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28 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 18 x 14 cm
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14. Eleven rooms [2016]

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29 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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15. El forastero [2016]

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16 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm
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16. FUBAR [2016]

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1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 30 cm.
The poem is one of a suite of sonnets written from the point of view of a female Air Force physician deployed to Iraq. FUBAR is printed on Rives BFK paper in a modified orihon (accordion) format that allows the poem to be read as the viewer moves around the piece, creating a physical interaction. The prints in the body of the book are digitized from original monotypes and laid over with serigraphy. The colophon is wrapped with original unique monotypes, is wired, and is meant to echo the shape of roadside munitions. The cover of the book is wrapped with Combat Paper made from the shredded uniforms of veterans, commissioned from Shotwell Paper of California.
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147 pages : illustrated ; 26 cm
Poems from four of the poet's collections: La rosa en su jaula; Los frutos de Taormina; Aspersores; and Dolor de la resurrección. .
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14 unnumbered leaves : chiefly illustrations ; 26 x 38 cm
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50 pages : illustrations (black and white), 28 cm.
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16 pages : illustrated ; 28 cm
  • Recurda, cuerpo...
  • Cuanto puedas
  • La ciudad
  • Una noche
  • Jura
  • Fui
  • Voluptuosidad
  • El origen
  • Antes que el tiempo lo cambie
  • Fin.
Small selection of poems by the Greek poet Constantine Cavafy of Alexandria, Egypt, translated into Spanish (translator not identified). The title of the collection, "Memoria de las horas, " is taken from a line in Cavafy's poem, "To Sensual Pleasure" as translated by Evangelos Sachperoglou see review of Sachperoglu's Collected poems of C.P. Cavafy (Oxford, 2007) by Charles Simic: http://www.lrb.co.uk/v30/n06/charles-simic/some-sort-of-a-soluti on
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