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JEREMY SIGLER READS AT ZACHARY LEENER’S EXHIBITION, TIF SIGFRIDS

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Jeremy Sigler Sunday April 27, 5PM Tif Sigfrids | 1507 Wilcox Ave | Los Angeles Jeremy Sigler reads from his new collection of poems in conjunction with Zachary Leener‘s exhibition currently on view at Tif Sigfrids until May 24. Jeremy Sigler has published numerous collections of poetry including Crackpot Poet (Black Square Editions). Sigler is the editor of a recent […]

THE DUNITES

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I was fascinated when I learned of a group of individuals inhabiting cabins and shacks in the sand dunes near Oceano, California, during the 1920s and 1930s. This small community was comprised of bohemians, hermits, runaways, mystics, writers, and artists, all of whom had intentionally dropped out of society to seek a simpler life, one […]

HOME DECORATION: THE BOOKSHELF APPEAL OF THE SMALL FRENCH PUBLISHER

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Text by Alexis Pernsteiner. In the world of French publishing, it seemed for a time that books only came in tasteful shades of beige and white. Back in those days, my library could be described as a pale, uniform landscape, a white-sand desert. But young, up and coming, upstart publishers have upset the balance, painting their […]