NYC studio EyeBodega transforms Enorme gallery into a hotbed of indie publishing
The temporary book shop brings together publications from all over the world and features the work of greats like Nathalie Du Pasquier, Clay Hickson and Jiro Bevis.
- Laura Snoad
- 13 December 2019
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New York-based graphic design studio EyeBodega has put together one hell of a Christmas treat for the book-loving fans of the city. The studio has transformed Manhattan gallery Enorme into a pop-up shop featuring publications from small presses and independent artists from all over the world, providing a whistle-stop tour of the great and the good in illustration, independent publishing and print-making.
The Enorme Winter 2019 Exhibition features a whole host of It’s Nice That faves. Fans of weird and wonderful characters can stock up on works by Kyle Platts, Clay Hickson and Jiro Bevis, and fellow Tan & Loose artist Gabriel Alcala will also be flogging his handiwork.
As well as the work of duo Sonnenzimmer, fans of experimental printmaking might want to check out Matt Lock, Shintaro Sakamoto or Memphis icon Nathalie Du Pasquier, while there are also publications by Nieves, Animal Press, Amalgam, Snail Farm and TXTbooks.
The Enorme Winter 2019 Exhibition opens tonight (13 December) and runs until 15 March.
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