Where to find '2010' in DoPe Press

PARIS, LA 5

A sense of personal and collective nostalgia pervades the issue: pop anthropologists, punks and dancers consider the simultaneously wistful and contemporaneous nature of culture.

PARIS, LA 5

A sense of personal and collective nostalgia pervades the issue: pop anthropologists, punks and dancers consider the simultaneously wistful and contemporaneous nature of culture.

Oscar Tuazon
I Can’t See

The first comprehensive monograph on the work of American artist Oscar Tuazon, covering the first decade of his career. It is co-published with Paraguay Press and features over 250 pages of images of works, documents, and archives.

Oscar Tuazon
I Can’t See

The first comprehensive monograph on the work of American artist Oscar Tuazon, covering the first decade of his career. It is co-published with Paraguay Press and features over 250 pages of images of works, documents, and archives.

PARIS, LA 4

Artists grant entry to their intimate spaces, thoughts and desires. Chromatic dances and flashes of exuberant color transform darkness into light, action into image and erotic love into art. Intimate desires find their expressions in texture, their reflections in the seasons and their unity in nature.

PARIS, LA 4

Artists grant entry to their intimate spaces, thoughts and desires. Chromatic dances and flashes of exuberant color transform darkness into light, action into image and erotic love into art. Intimate desires find their expressions in texture, their reflections in the seasons and their unity in nature.

PARIS, LA 3

In a world which now requires us to search for our own freedom, the issue reflects on the possibility of a state of harmony between our modern environment and nature. From beats to sneakers, the progression of technology, performance and aesthetic has led us to the forefront of electric and textural creations. Nonetheless we find it hard to breathe in this expired world and only nature can be called upon to heal us.

PARIS, LA 3

In a world which now requires us to search for our own freedom, the issue reflects on the possibility of a state of harmony between our modern environment and nature. From beats to sneakers, the progression of technology, performance and aesthetic has led us to the forefront of electric and textural creations. Nonetheless we find it hard to breathe in this expired world and only nature can be called upon to heal us.