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Nieves (162 titles)
 

Zurich
Nieves is an independent publishing house based in Zurich, Switzerland. Founded in 2001 by Benjamin Sommerhalder, Nieves' focus is on producing artist publications and zines.
 
A series of off-the-cuff photographs demonstrating the poetic experience of air travel (artist's book).

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Affiliated with Vaporwave—a sub-genre of electric music and art which criticizes and mocks 1990s internet imagery—artist Chloe Feinberg takes a new turn with this series of black & white erotic illustrations.

English edition
Five writers respond to Clare Goodwin's painting Dennis and Denise (2018), offering narrative foils to Goodwin's visual language. Dennis and Denise is neither described nor explained, but serves as a catalyst for literary experimentation. The texts, in turn, illustrate the painting's wealth of implicit meaning (texts by Tony Grisoni, Rebecca Geldard, Chris Fite-Wassilak, Frances Loeffler, Aoife Rosenmeyer, J. Emil Sennewald).

bilingual edition (English / Japanese)
On the occasion of this 13th issue, the Japanese artist asked 46 participating artists to cultivate a hyacinth, and to give an account of this experience through artistic gestures, including paintings, photographs, poetry, haiku, essays, and observation diaries (with Yukinori Maeda, Masanao Hirayama, Benjamin Sommerhalder, Susan Cianciolo…).

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Juillet features a small selection of Ronan Bouroullec's recent drawing.

bilingual edition (English / German)
A new series of oil paintings and pastel drawings, with vivid colors and a child-like spirit.

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A selection of recent paintings by San Francisco-born artist Rafael Delacruz. Drawn from the artist's Tech Bum series—which envisions a future portrait of his native Bay Area—, and also from the artist's personal imagery, Exploding Jezebel untwists a narrative universe of misfit characters in Paul Klee-like palettes and visionary hues. Delacruz's work presents a singular exploration of chromatic, painterly storytelling.

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Matrangra's inaugural publication presents her celebrated series Toilet Paintings.

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Will Sweeney's new graphic narrative is set in a retrofuturistic England ruled by a twisted elite who exploits a population inhabiting decadent urban centers. Monsters populate this strange world, and humanity's last chance lies in the power of the Vorpal Sword—a metaphysical blade of vital creative energy…

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This artist's book is based on an Adirondack furniture book donated to Philippe Weisbecker 20 years ago by a New York friend who worked in a hardware store.

English edition
After Rambo, Beni Bischof gives an entertaining and unique interpretation of Disney classic Bambi. Both funny and disturbing.

English edition
This book is a reinterpretation of the classic children's picture book by English Author and Illustrator John Burningham from 1979, illustrating the preference game “Would you rather”… With enchanting drawings made out of sand by Carolina Cerbaro.

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Weekly tear-off calendar featuring 52 drawings of a cartoon dog in a wide range of situations expressing the feelings and conceptions that our modern society associates with Sundays.

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A parallel side story of the steirischer herbst International Art Festival drawn from the back-sides of cut-out articles from the festival's press archives.

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Graphic artist and illustrator Tim Lahan publishes a series of drawings focusing on the impermanence of the physical things: a follow up on Dalí's Surrealist representations of space and time.

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The American illustrator's new series, field with characters that operate in a kind of abstract epic or post-Columbian codex that blurs pure myth and daily life. Leines' output reflects the 80's pop culture, modern art and a global range of graphic influences.

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A strip of buildings illustrated with watercolor and pencil, in line with the Irish illustrator's interests in architecture and the city (leporello).

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First published in 1964, this wordless and colorful picture book is a tale of friendship between a pink bird and an orange fish. The illustrations by Swiss artist Peter Wezel are rendered with a deliberate childlike naiveté which will delight children and adults alike.

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Swedish artist Mamma Andersson is known for her melancholic paintings of private interiors, elegantly executed with her distinctive interplay of textures, and pictorial techniques. This new body of work stages a series of sculptures, whether as part of indoor space, or detailed in closeups.

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A large collection of drawings (nearly 500 pages) documenting the artist's trip from Zurich to Japan through Siberia—with a special focus on books and trees.

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A selection of trucks—coaches, tow trucks, merchandise trucks—drawn with ballpoint pen and pencil by underground legend Wesley Willis. Compiled from different notebooks, this series highlights an essential and almost obsessive motif in the visual work of the Chicagoan artist.

English edition
Over 300 watercolors inspired by the film Rambo II (artist's book).

French edition
Paris céramique is the result of a four-day ceramic workshop that took place in Paris in 2013 with Bastien Aubry, Dimitri Broquard, and Adrien Horni, following an invitation by Thomas Mailaender.

Reissue of a booklet from 1981, this suite of drawn charts and diagrams was originally published to accompany the films of Rat and Bear—Fischli & Weiss fictional alter egos, and symbols of Western culture's faith on contraries.

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These three thin volumes feature drawings by legendary illustrator Tomi Ungerer selected from his sixties sketchbooks. In the likes of fabulists, Ungerer portrays the animal kingdom (elephants, whales, kangaroos and a handful of camels) to satirize with humour the manners of his contemporaries.

bilingual edition (English / Japanese)
Contributions by Bless, Elein Fleiss, Susan Cianciolo, Yurie Nagashima, Pascale Gatzen, Ryoko Aoki, Takashi Homma, Nobuhiro Shimura, Yukinori Maeda.

English edition
Nieves reissues Frank Asch's famous children's book, originally published in 1972.

Sport shows & jubilating fans drawn with minimalism (artist's book).

A series of geometrical abstractions forming symbolic totems that draw on the annals of visual history.

The present portfolio is a sampler of some various structural beam combinations from 20th Century edifices. It can be viewed as a book, spread by spread, or pinned on the wall, according to taste, the way a kid might stack up building blocks.

English edition
An artist's book presenting the many aspects of Susan Cianciolo's artworks.

English edition
Fines as an artistic medium: Stefan Marx illustrates the monetary penalties collected by Christoph Keller for its activity as a distiller.

Artist's book.

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Artist's book by the avant-garde designer Susan Cianciolo.

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An intimate portrait gallery of Ari Marcopoulos' brother (artist's book).

English edition
A collection of Philipp Keel's works on paper – drawings, watercolors, collages and silkscreen prints (2002-2014).

English edition
A collection of recent colored pencil drawings by artist Keegan McHargue.

English edition
Artist' book published and edited by artist Shirana Shahbazi (1974, Tehran), writer Tirdad Zolghadr (1972, San Francisco) and designer Manuel Krebs (1970, Karachi).

Artist's book.

English edition
The first survey of Ariel Pink's lyrics.

A selection of Erik Steinbrecher's collected sketches and drawings from the early 80ies up until now.

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Zine/artists' book.

English edition
A series of 365 cartoon drawings, made daily in 2012, exploring philosophical thoughts concerning art, being, knowledge, logic and skateboarding.

English edition
The Looping Papaye Bar was an eccentric hangout initiated and steered by Mauro Paolozzi, Rafael Koch and Dimitri Broquard. This publication brings together the A4 sized invitations drawn with pencil by Dimitri Broquard for the events that took place at the ephemeral bar in 2012. Broquard took inspiration from ancient reproduction techniques such as etching, or from classical themes seen in art history and the decorative arts.

English edition
The Animas Report series, including a supplement booklet.

This set of cards features 50 drawings by Masanao Hirayama, each of them printed twice. It can be played as a memory game, or as the Japanese card game Karuta, or simply as a game with your own rules.

English edition
Artist's book (12 paintings by Elizabeth Peyton).

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A series of portraitures of arbitrarily selected people drawn with a single stroke of a ballpoint pen.

Artist's book.

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The 3rd drawing novel in Ingo Giezendanner's travelling book trilogy.

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