Lenz Press

Founded by Edoardo Bonaspetti and Stefano Cernuschi in 2020 Milan, Lenz is a publishing house with an interdisciplinary approach. Visual arts form the backbone of the catalog. In parallel, Lenz publishes titles on theory, photography, architecture, design, and other disciplines shaping the contemporary cultural field.
Open to discovery and reappraisal, Lenz strives to form a distinctive selection of titles on prominent and emerging artists, writers, and visual practitioners, as well as spotlighting on previously unpublished pioneers.
7 titles
Mauro Restiffe - Santo Sospir
English edition
A series of images of Villa Santo Sospir in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, the "Tattooed Villa" transformed into an artwork by Jean Cocteau, whose Brazilian photographer Mauro Restiffe reveals the hidden details during a residency.
 BANK - The BANK Fax-Bak Service
bilingual edition (English / French)
A comprehensive record of the London-based art collective BANK's notorious project from the late 1990s, a fierce critic of the language elements of the art market.
Raphael Hefti - Salutary Failures
bilingual edition (English / German)
First comprehensive monograph on Swiss artist Raphael Hefti (book printed by the artist himself with a specific technique making each copy a unique object).
Diego Marcon - Three Works
English edition
This monograph deals with Diego Marcon's overall practice through the analysis of three works.
Ann Böttcher - Works 2000-2020
English edition
This major monographic publication is the first in-depth study of the oeuvre of Swedish artist Ann Böttcher.
Diego Marcon - Oh mio cagnetto
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Oh mio cagnetto is the artist's first book of writings, conceived as an artwork. It is a collection of 81 little poems that revolve around the missed and mourned figure of a puppy.
Chus Martínez - Corona Tales - Let Life Happen to You
English edition
When she started writing the Corona Tales, Chus Martínez had been weighing how people and the media were addressing the outbreak of the virus as an unprecedented disaster. One possible contribution, as curator and writer, would be to write a short story a day and post it on an Instagram account that many could access…

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