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Item date(s): 2006

William Kentridge  - (etchings by)
Wislawa Szymborska  - (poems by)
Susan Gosin  - (papermaker)
Roni Neuer  - (papermaker)
Ruth Lingen  - (typography by)
Barbara Mauriello  - (bookbinding by)
Randy Hemminghaus  - (printed by)
Clare Cavanagh  - (translated by)
Stanislaw Baranczak  - (translated by)


Pages: unpaged
Size: 370mm
Inscription: Signed by the artist and the poet.
Edition: #3/50


Place publication: New York
Publisher: Dieu Donne Press
Cat. 130-C7-7ZA
Exhibition 2017;19;22

Additional notes:
The seven poems by Wislawa Szymborska chosen by William Kentridge for this book were translated from Polish by Clare Cavanagh and Stanislaw Baranczak. Twenty-two etchings, dry points, and photogravures were created for this edition by the artist and are bound into the book. A separate, signed and unbound photogravure is included in the edition. The images were hand printed by Randy Hemminghaus with the assistance of Paul Loughney and Kristen Cavagnet at Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper. Ruth Lingen designed and printed the poems in 112 point Garamont and the titling in nineteenth century wood Gothic. The abaca and cotton handmade text and cover paper was developed and produced by Susan Gosin and Paul Wong at Dieu Donne Papermill, Inc. Barbara Mauriello designed and bound the 50 copies and 25 proofs. This edition is published by Dieu Donne Press in partnership with Galamander Press.

Housed in a linen-covered slipcase.

Illustrated on page 176 of The Best of Both Worlds by Jerry Kelly, Riva Castleman & Anne H. Hoy, Finely Printed Livres d'Artistes 1910-2010, 2010.

Exhibition notes:
;Item 0130 - C7-7 ZA on Booknesses: Artists' books from the Jack Ginsberg Collection.

UJ Art Gallery, University of Johannesburg

25 March to 5 May 2017

Samplings: South African Artists' Books

Basement Gallery, WAM

26 March to 6 July 2019

WJK: In black and white and READ all over

JGCBA, WAM

22 June to 26 August 2022

Ref: GB/10947

















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