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DoPe Press

DoPe Press is an independent publishing house that was created by the editor Dorothée Perret with the magazine PARIS LA in 2008, and that since has grown to include the publication of books and artist's editions. With a background in fashion and a close connexion with artists, DoPe Press supports strong personalities which exert a subtle influence in today's culture.
Los Angeles
8 titles
Jack Pierson - Less and more
English edition
Retrospective monograph covering 35 years of the work of American artist Jack Pierson, with a contribution by Evan Moffitt, a conversation between the artist and Andy Campbell, and an essay by Bruce Benderson.
PARIS LA - Change Agents
English edition
(last copies available!)
Change Agents is the seventeenth print issue of PARIS LA magazine. The special 300-page edition features a portfolio of work by fifty contemporary artists whose practices reflect our current times as they move the culture forward. Plus: a collection of conversations, visual essays, and texts.
PARIS LA - Tenth Anniversary Special / The Fashion and Writing Issue
English edition
PARIS LA 16—a tenth anniversary special—focuses on the dual themes of fashion and writing.
PARIS LA - Music
English edition
Special Music Issue (included a flexi disc by D.A. Spunt).
PARIS LA - Educate, Agitate, Organize
English edition
Art education issue.
Alex Hubbard - Eat Your Friends
English edition
Alex Hubbard's first comprehensive monograph, Eat Your Friends is also an artist's book.
English edition
PARIS LA #13 or CHEZ CHEZ PERV PERV has been especially created by the artists Gardar Eide Einarsson, Matias Faldbakken, and Oscar Tuazon.
Nightfall - Gothic Imagination Since Frankenstein
bilingual edition (English / French)
sold out
Nightfall gives an overview of Gothic imagination in the arts, from the 18th century to the present day. This pocket-sized catalogue examines the persistent influence of the pioneering works of modern gothic fiction through a series of essays and a rich iconography.

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