Zolo Press

Zolo Press is an art publisher based in Brussels and Mexico city that explores the book as physical object and conceptual form. Books are conceived as manifestations of the artist's practice: as documentation, as actual artwork, or as exhibition itself.
 
Mexico
 
6 titles
 
Ann Veronica Janssens -
2022
English edition
forthcoming
An intimate dialogue between the works of the two artists over four decades.
Sebastian Black - Local Warming
2021
English edition
Artist's book.
Machteld Rullens - Full of Emptiness
2021
English edition
Artist's book.
Lucas Blalock - Figures
2021
no text
currently out of stock
Artist's book.
Julia Rommel -
2021
English edition
sold out
Julia Rommel's eponymous monograph gathers a decade of her painterly obsessions, with texts by the artist and writer Rebecca Bengal.
Yann Gerstberger - Baby Comet Face
2019
bilingual edition (English / Spanish)
sold out
This monograph provides an exhaustive look at the practice of Yann Gerstberger, a French artist exiled in Mexico, whose work is deeply rooted in Mexican popular culture and pre-Columbian mythologies. The publication gathers series of works (sketches, photocopies, neon paper drawings and collages, tapestries), two essays, and poems by Gabriela Jauregui. The edition features an annex booklet devoted to exhibition views.
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