Sara Penn’s Knobkerry: An Oral History Sourcebook

Published by SculptureCenter, New York, 2021, 194 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 16.5 × 24 cm, English

Price: €15

Produced in conjunction with Niloufar Emamifar, SoiL Thornton, and an Oral History of Knobkerry at SculptureCenter, New York.

Sara Penn’s Knobkerry: An Oral History Sourcebook is the culmination a years-long oral history project, conceived and developed by writer and oral historian Svetlana Kitto, that begins to demarcate a potential sphere of influence for artist and designer Sara Penn (1927-2020) and Knobkerry, the store she founded and ran in New York City. This publication assembles fifteen long-form interviews with figures close to Penn and Knobkerry, conducted by Kitto between 2017 and 2020, including Sara Penn, Andrea Aranow, Charles Daniel Dawson, David Hammons, Joanne Robinson Hill, Kate Prendergast and Jane Barrell Yadav, Sana Musasama, Eric Robertson, Fumi Schmidt, Seret Scott, Elena Solow, Carol Thompson, Ken Tisa, and Paulette Young. It also includes extensive reproductions of archival materials related to Penn and the store, collected by Kitto in collaboration with Penn and a number of her close relations.

Also available as a free PDF here.

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Mode Kleren Mode

Published by Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1980, 132 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 20.6 × 27.2 cm, Dutch / English

Price: €18 (Out of stock)

Produced on the occasion of the exhibition Mode Kleren Mode at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 18 January – 9 March, 1980.

SM Cat. No 667.

Designed by Wim Crouwel, André Toet gen, Geert Schriever (Total Design, Amsterdam).

*Please note this publication is secondhand and has some traces of previous ownership.

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Questions looming Rowan McNaught

Published by Mode and Mode, Melbourne, 2020, digital print (edition of 50), 20.5 × 25.5 cm, English

Price: €25

Produced on the occasion of Mode and Mode issue 8 Rogue which is assembled around the modernist satirical magazine Rogue (1915—1916) with newly commissioned texts by Astrid Lorange, Femke de Vries, Matthew Linde, Ulrich Lehmann, Isabelle Sully, Yair Oelbaum, Katherine Bernard and Rowan McNaught.

The issue produces a conceptual mirror in the form of a split screen: on the left, a facsimile of the first issue of Rogue, published in March 1915, and on the right, Mode and Mode. This collective enquiry into Rogue not only recirculates and reconsiders this distinctive project in the context a radically different scene of art, fashion and poetry of the present day.

You can read the issue online here.

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To the letter Isabelle Sully

Published by Mode and Mode, Melbourne, 2020, digital print (edition of 50), 17 × 40 cm, English

Price: €25

Produced on the occasion of Mode and Mode issue 8 Rogue which is assembled around the modernist satirical magazine Rogue (1915—1916) with newly commissioned texts by Astrid Lorange, Femke de Vries, Matthew Linde, Ulrich Lehmann, Isabelle Sully, Yair Oelbaum, Katherine Bernard and Rowan McNaught.

The issue produces a conceptual mirror in the form of a split screen: on the left, a facsimile of the first issue of Rogue, published in March 1915, and on the right, Mode and Mode. This collective enquiry into Rogue not only recirculates and reconsiders this distinctive project in the context a radically different scene of art, fashion and poetry of the present day.

You can read the issue online here.

#2020 #fashion #isabellesully #modeandmode
Rogueries Matthew Linde

Published by Mode and Mode, Melbourne, 2020, digital print (edition of 50), 20.5 × 25.5 cm, English

Price: €25

Produced on the occasion of Mode and Mode issue 8 Rogue which is assembled around the modernist satirical magazine Rogue (1915—1916) with newly commissioned texts by Astrid Lorange, Femke de Vries, Matthew Linde, Ulrich Lehmann, Isabelle Sully, Yair Oelbaum, Katherine Bernard and Rowan McNaught.

The issue produces a conceptual mirror in the form of a split screen: on the left, a facsimile of the first issue of Rogue, published in March 1915, and on the right, Mode and Mode. This collective enquiry into Rogue not only recirculates and reconsiders this distinctive project in the context a radically different scene of art, fashion and poetry of the present day.

You can read the issue online here.

#2020 #fashion #matthewlinde #modeandmode
Something had to be done and someone had to do it broadside Femke de Vries

Published by Mode and Mode, Melbourne, 2020, digital print (edition of 50), 17 × 40 cm, English

Price: €25

Produced on the occasion of Mode and Mode issue 8 Rogue which is assembled around the modernist satirical magazine Rogue (1915—1916) with newly commissioned texts by Astrid Lorange, Femke de Vries, Matthew Linde, Ulrich Lehmann, Isabelle Sully, Yair Oelbaum, Katherine Bernard and Rowan McNaught.

The issue produces a conceptual mirror in the form of a split screen: on the left, a facsimile of the first issue of Rogue, published in March 1915, and on the right, Mode and Mode. This collective enquiry into Rogue not only recirculates and reconsiders this distinctive project in the context a radically different scene of art, fashion and poetry of the present day.

You can read the issue online here.

#2020 #fashion #femkedevries #modeandmode