Tammy 01 ITI Press is thrilled to release the first issue of Tammy, a new shape-shifting periodical edited by graduate students in the Image Text MFA program at Ithaca College. Each subsequent issue will be completely reimagined by a new editorial team of MFA candidates. Tammy Issue 01 features works by Michael Ashkin, Caroline Bergvall, Andre Bradley, Dragana Jurišić and Suzanna Zak. Buy Now

Tammy 01

ITI Press is thrilled to release the first issue of Tammy, a new shape-shifting periodical edited by graduate students in the Image Text MFA program at Ithaca College. Each subsequent issue will be completely reimagined by a new editorial team of MFA candidates. Tammy Issue 01 features works by Michael AshkinCaroline BergvallAndre BradleyDragana Jurišić and Suzanna Zak.
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Blue Pool Emma’s Kemp’s Blue Pool / Cecelia is the first of two companion volumes that spring from the decades-long portrait practice of photographer Jo Ann Walters. ITI Press will subsequently publish Walters’ remarkable images of women, made between 1986 and 1994, in Wood River / Blue Pool. This first published monograph by an important but under-recognized American artist will be released at the 2018 Los Angeles Art Book Fair.  Buy Now

Blue Pool

Emma’s Kemp’s Blue Pool / Cecelia is the first of two companion volumes that spring from the decades-long portrait practice of photographer Jo Ann Walters. ITI Press will subsequently publish Walters’ remarkable images of women, made between 1986 and 1994, in Wood River / Blue Pool. This first published monograph by an important but under-recognized American artist will be released at the 2018 Los Angeles Art Book Fair. 
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Question Like a Face Question Like A Face, by Christine Hume and Jeff Clark, is the second in an ITI Press series of pocket-sized, hard-bound, image-text collaborations between a writer and a visual artist. In a powerful foray into prose, poet Christine Hume forces herself to look at gender violence and complicity within the intimate and immediate interiors of a small city in Michigan. Like any tale of power, this one begins with the careless dismissal of a whole life.   Buy Now

Question Like a Face

Question Like A Face, by Christine Hume and Jeff Clark, is the second in an ITI Press series of pocket-sized, hard-bound, image-text collaborations between a writer and a visual artist. In a powerful foray into prose, poet Christine Hume forces herself to look at gender violence and complicity within the intimate and immediate interiors of a small city in Michigan. Like any tale of power, this one begins with the careless dismissal of a whole life.  
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Grind Shockingly revealing selfies, fanciful relationship criteria, and up-front sexual queries on social media apps and websites provide the foundation for the visual and textual conversation of GRIND, an art-text collaboration between poet John Keene and photographer Nicholas Muellner. Mixing found texts and curated photos, GRIND's authors explore contemporary queer dating sites’ distinctive and sometimes absurd combination of anonymity and candor, caginess and vulnerability, and sincerity and humor. GRIND suggests that the desire for connection is constant and complex, with as much comedy as pathos.  Buy Now

Grind

Shockingly revealing selfies, fanciful relationship criteria, and up-front sexual queries on social media apps and websites provide the foundation for the visual and textual conversation of GRIND, an art-text collaboration between poet John Keene and photographer Nicholas Muellner. Mixing found texts and curated photos, GRIND's authors explore contemporary queer dating sites’ distinctive and sometimes absurd combination of anonymity and candor, caginess and vulnerability, and sincerity and humor. GRIND suggests that the desire for connection is constant and complex, with as much comedy as pathos. 
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Black Banal The Black Banal, a limited edition, hand silk-screened portfolio, is a graphic blast of found text sourced and sequenced by Tony Cokes. Cokes channels the intense boredom and extreme anger generated by his encounter with the source material into an act of “minor deconstruction.” The fact that race was rendered marginal, and banal, in its original reading context makes the excerpts more resonant, intriguing in their isolation, producing new, broader connections in a different place and time. Buy Now

Black Banal

The Black Banal, a limited edition, hand silk-screened portfolio, is a graphic blast of found text sourced and sequenced by Tony Cokes. Cokes channels the intense boredom and extreme anger generated by his encounter with the source material into an act of “minor deconstruction.” The fact that race was rendered marginal, and banal, in its original reading context makes the excerpts more resonant, intriguing in their isolation, producing new, broader connections in a different place and time.
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Dark Archives, 1-41 Dark Archives by artist Andre Bradley is a provocative exploration of one black man’s memories of childhood. An autobiography in fragments, Dark Archivesinterweaves Bradley’s writing and photographs with pictures from his family archive. Part story, part lyrical investigation, Dark Archives aims to upset the linguistic and visual constrictions placed on black males. Bradley powerfully combines image and text in this deeply moving meditation on narrative agency, on the family as archive, on being a young black man, and on being Andre Bradley. Design by Elana Schlenker.  Buy Now

Dark Archives, 1-41

Dark Archives by artist Andre Bradley is a provocative exploration of one black man’s memories of childhood. An autobiography in fragments, Dark Archivesinterweaves Bradley’s writing and photographs with pictures from his family archive. Part story, part lyrical investigation, Dark Archives aims to upset the linguistic and visual constrictions placed on black males. Bradley powerfully combines image and text in this deeply moving meditation on narrative agency, on the family as archive, on being a young black man, and on being Andre Bradley. Design by Elana Schlenker. 
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Tessex? Tessex? was conceived on a leopard-print bed in the former hayloft of a rural barn. Across a series of field trips, road trips and intercontinental correspondence, an imaginary nation was born. Texas and Essex are outrageous cultural territories that transgress physical borders. Tessex is the otherworld in which they meet and mate. Tessex? is the first collaborative publication of ITI Press, created by Earl Gravy (Emma Kemp and Daniel Wroe), Bobby Schiedemann, Analicia Sotelo and Thomas Whittle, with contributions from the Best Friends Learning Gang and Jodie Herbage. Tessex? is equal parts manifesto, fiction and travelogue, wrapped in a glossy tabloid package. Buy Now

Tessex?

Tessex? was conceived on a leopard-print bed in the former hayloft of a rural barn. Across a series of field trips, road trips and intercontinental correspondence, an imaginary nation was born. Texas and Essex are outrageous cultural territories that transgress physical borders. Tessex is the otherworld in which they meet and mate. Tessex? is the first collaborative publication of ITI Press, created by Earl Gravy (Emma Kemp and Daniel Wroe), Bobby Schiedemann, Analicia Sotelo and Thomas Whittle, with contributions from the Best Friends Learning Gang and Jodie Herbage. Tessex? is equal parts manifesto, fiction and travelogue, wrapped in a glossy tabloid package.
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