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Celeste

Tote bag


Celeste is an artist duo composed by María Fernanda Camarena and Gabriel Rosas Alemán. Through the integration of diverse media and disciplines in their practice, Celeste conducts a negotiation that expands concentrically in order to gradually encompass other collaborators and spectators within the workings of an intimate exchange. 











Book about
the Floraissance


André Feliciano


Andre Feliciano (Brazil, 1984) lives and works in São Paulo and NYC with a passionate interest in cultivating art, nature, and togetherness. Feliciano has two Master's Degrees — in Arts Education, from Fundaçāo Armando Álvares Penteado — FAAP, and in Visual Poetics, from São Paulo University — USP. He has exhibited his work internationally, including a presentation at the Annemberg Space for Photography in LA, and has published several books. Since 2017 he has worked in partnership with Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun Foundation developing educational projects for kids. Feliciano has coined the term "Floraissance" in which he interrogates the future of Contemporary Art.













As Serious as a Hiccup Book


Nicole De La Costa 
Nicole Della Costa (b. Rio de Janeiro, BR) lives and works in New York City, NY. She is a poet and multi-media artist practicing in writing, performance and video. She has self-published two books of poetry, En+Theos and Ask Me About the Secret Poetry Club, from a series of poetry readings held at the bookstore at Pioneer Works in New York. Selected editorial contributions include Introducing The Beggar (edited by Sonny Hall), Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio, Worms Magazine and A Part Magazine. She is the founder of The Poetry Bank, a non-profit poetry sharing platform geared at amplifying and circulating poetry that mimics an offline exchange of poems. Instead of being categorized by authors, it is categorized by people from a diversity of backgrounds.









Free Film
Book Set 


WORTHLESS STUDIOS 
In 2019, the FREE FILM team embarked on a road trip across the United States in Airstream-turned-darkroom. Titling the project FREE FILM: USA, they succeeded in distributing nearly 1,600 rolls of 35mm film to image-makers in 18 cities. Throughout the project, we developed over 40,000 images, which revealed how photographers perceived and documented the country. 
The two books are the first of our editorial endeavors, and they act as important reminders of our evolving world. The digital archive of photos is available through a unique integration with Air, a centralized workspace which houses the complete image library for the book. This digital home democratizes art by presenting the photographers’ contributions without bias or commentary on how they viewed critical cultural moments in today’s society. 



Free Film
USA Book


WORTHLESS STUDIOS 
In 2019, the FREE FILM team embarked on a road trip across the United States in Airstream-turned-darkroom. Titling the project FREE FILM: USA, they succeeded in distributing nearly 1,600 rolls of 35mm film to image-makers in 18 cities. Throughout the project, we developed over 40,000 images, which revealed how photographers perceived and documented the country.
The two books are the first of our editorial endeavors, and they act as important reminders of our evolving world. The digital archive of photos is available through a unique integration with Air, a centralized workspace which houses the complete image library for the book. This digital home democratizes art by presenting the photographers’ contributions without bias or commentary on how they viewed critical cultural moments in today’s society.






Free Film 
June 2020 Book 


WORTHLESS STUDIOS
In 2019, the FREE FILM team embarked on a road trip across the United States in Airstream-turned-darkroom. Titling the project FREE FILM: USA, they succeeded in distributing nearly 1,600 rolls of 35mm film to image-makers in 18 cities. Throughout the project, we developed over 40,000 images, which revealed how photographers perceived and documented the country.
The two books are the first of our editorial endeavors, and they act as important reminders of our evolving world. The digital archive of photos is available through a unique integration with Air, a centralized workspace which houses the complete image library for the book. This digital home democratizes art by presenting the photographers’ contributions without bias or commentary on how they viewed critical cultural moments in today’s society.








Andrea Bottle 


DECANTO
DECANTO is an expression of social conciousness and a symbol of mexican solidarity.
(Contains mezcal from Oaxaca)








El cuerpo 
impregnado


Miguel Angel Pedroza Ochoa 


He studied his bachelor degree in UNAM and also masters  in visual arts, specializing in sculpture.
In 2020, as a result of his masters in visual arts at UNAM, he published his book “El cuerpo impregnado: exploración escultórica de una magia intuida”/ “The impregnated body: sculptural exploration of a sensed magic”.









SaWAro


Taeko Nomiya
The concept of harmony, (和, wa) originally understood as the need to prioritize collective interest in order to guarantee survival in an island with limited resources, is central to the Japanese mind. In Mexico, that same harmony becomes clearly apparent in desert lands, where it is easy to notice the crucial role of each element in maintaining the delicate balance of life.
サ和ロ (saWAro) pays homage to that interaction by using a shot from a Mexican desert setting and a shot of a uniquely Japanese scene.








What They Saw: Historical Photobooks by Women, 1843 - 1999, 10×10 Photobooks' most recent "book-on-photobooks" anthology in its ongoing examination of photobook history, explores photobooks created by women from photography's beginnings to the dawn of the 21st century. Presenting a diverse geographic and ethnic selection, the anthology interprets the concept of the photobook in the broadest sense possible: classic bound books, portfolios, personal albums, unpublished books, zines and scrapbooks.





Pink Vase


Terrestre Ceramica 
Terrestre is a project by the artist  Guadalupe Quesada, created out of her interest in nature, particularly in the plant world. The result is a variety of sculptural vases made of ceramic, each one is modeled by hand with the care and detail of a unique piece.







Yellow Vase 


Terrestre Ceramica 
Terrestre is a project by the artist  Guadalupe Quesada, created out of her interest in nature, particularly in the plant world. The result is a variety of sculptural vases made of ceramic, each one is modeled by hand with the care and detail of a unique piece.







Blue Vase 


Terrestre Ceramica 



Terrestre is a project by the artist  Guadalupe Quesada, created out of her interest in nature, particularly in the plant world. The result is a variety of sculptural vases made of ceramic, each one is modeled by hand with the care and detail of a unique piece.











Guadalupana Pelágica 


Pedro Lavin
As a boy in catholic school, the artist was encouraged by his teachers to draw “virgins instead of mermaids”: a catholic boy shouldn’t be concerning himself with fluid half creatures. They couldn’t quite reconcile what they saw: an unassuming, quiet, well behaved boy; with the wilder, feminine inner self betrayed by his drawings. A split occurred, between what he is, and what he appears to be.

With the Guadalupana Pelagica, Lavin attempts to unite these two warring halves. He further syncretizes the virgin on the hill, an already heavily syncretic symbol of contemporary Mexico, with the queer mermaid symbol; in the process creating his own personal deity. She is at once past, present and future, virgin and mermaid, madonna and whore, catholic schoolboy and homosexual.






Silver Ring

 
Lucrezia de Fazio 
Lucrezia de Fazio is a visual artist working across drawing, installation, photography and jewellery. She graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins in 2017
Her work investigates the spheres of intimacy, sexuality and desire, where the subject of the female body plays a recurrent role in being desexualised, self-represented and a witness of alternating axes of pain and pleasure, violence and tenderness.





Golden Ring 


Lucrezia de Fazio 
Lucrezia de Fazio is a visual artist working across drawing, installation, photography and jewellery. She graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins in 2017
Her work investigates the spheres of intimacy, sexuality and desire, where the subject of the female body plays a recurrent role in being desexualised, self-represented and a witness of alternating axes of pain and pleasure, violence and tenderness.





Hand Silver Earrings

 
Lucrezia de Fazio 
Lucrezia de Fazio is a visual artist working across drawing, installation, photography and jewellery. She graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins in 2017
Her work investigates the spheres of intimacy, sexuality and desire, where the subject of the female body plays a recurrent role in being desexualised, self-represented and a witness of alternating axes of pain and pleasure, violence and tenderness.





Hand Golden Earrings 


Lucrezia de Fazio 
Lucrezia de Fazio is a visual artist working across drawing, installation, photography and jewellery. She graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins in 2017
Her work investigates the spheres of intimacy, sexuality and desire, where the subject of the female body plays a recurrent role in being desexualised, self-represented and a witness of alternating axes of pain and pleasure, violence and tenderness.





Clock Earrings 


Lucrezia de Fazio 
Lucrezia de Fazio is a visual artist working across drawing, installation, photography and jewellery. She graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins in 2017
Her work investigates the spheres of intimacy, sexuality and desire, where the subject of the female body plays a recurrent role in being desexualised, self-represented and a witness of alternating axes of pain and pleasure, violence and tenderness.





Geometric Shape Golden pins 


Lucrezia de Fazio 
Lucrezia de Fazio is a visual artist working across drawing, installation, photography and jewellery. She graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins in 2017
Her work investigates the spheres of intimacy, sexuality and desire, where the subject of the female body plays a recurrent role in being desexualised, self-represented and a witness of alternating axes of pain and pleasure, violence and tenderness.




Golden Pin 


Lucrezia de Fazio
Lucrezia de Fazio is a visual artist working across drawing, installation, photography and jewellery. She graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins in 2017
Her work investigates the spheres of intimacy, sexuality and desire, where the subject of the female body plays a recurrent role in being desexualised, self-represented and a witness of alternating axes of pain and pleasure, violence and tenderness.





Choker 


Lucrezia de Fazio 
Lucrezia de Fazio is a visual artist working across drawing, installation, photography and jewellery. She graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins in 2017
Her work investigates the spheres of intimacy, sexuality and desire, where the subject of the female body plays a recurrent role in being desexualised, self-represented and a witness of alternating axes of pain and pleasure, violence and tenderness.






Rayo Lamp 


HILA
Ingrid Culebro (HILA) finds inspiration in the lamps in her mother’s kitchen. 



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