PUBLISHER: Gimme5 and DoBeDo Books
DETAILS: 512 pages printed Black and white, case bound.
Photographs by Steve Brooks
Edited by Mark Lebon
Designed by Edward Quarmby
First Edition of 500
DoBeDo is pleased to announce the release of T-shirt #022 in the ‘DoBeDo Photographers Series’ – ‘Perennial Shadows’ by Tommy Malekoff.
Malekoff is a New York based visual artist from North Carolina. The image on this shirt is taken from Perennial Shadows; a short film and collection of photographs about Kudzu; the invasive vine native to Japan that grows rampant in the American South.
In this particular image, Kudzu has grown up a power pole in the shape of crucified Jesus, adding to the myth and regional symbolism that the vine has created.
The T-shirt has a full colour digital print on the front, with a poem written in collaboration with the artist Project Pat printed on the back. The t-shirt includes a zine made by the artist which features a collection of cell phone photographs, found flyers, and writings. The contents of this publication exist as studies for an upcoming film project.
1850 Amsterdam Ave
14th June – 24th June 2018
DoBeDo is excited to announce Nigel Shafran has an upcoming exhibition opening in London, ‘Work Books 1984 – 2018′.
Shafran is exhibiting over thirty years of personal work; in the form of books containing drawings, notes, small photographs and other printed matter. Parallel to the exhibition, prints from Shafran’s Teenage Precinct Shoppers (1990) series are for sale.
Sion and Moore
4 Herald Street
London E2 6JT
18th May – 7th June 2018
DoBeDo is proud to announce its newest contributor, Lily Gavin, will soon open her solo exhibition “Lily Gavin: A Story with Vincent” at the LUMA Foundation in Arles as part of the Rencontres d’Arles – the international summer photo festival.
Gavin, a multidisciplinary artist, born and raised in New York, was invited to be the on-set photographer for Julian Schnabel’s new film “At Eternity’s Gate” – a film about Van Gogh’s life in Arles.
The exhibition will be presented at La Grande Halle, Parc des Ateliers along with LUMA’s other exhibitions, including Arthur Jafa’s “Apex” and Gilbert & George’s retrospective, “The Great Exhibition (1971-2016)”.