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The Rothfeld Collection

Ian Sternthal
Sternthal Books
Artists' Books
19 × 26 × 2 cm

The Rothfeld Collection presents over 170 artworks donated by Donald Rothfeld to The American University. The edition features 9 texts, each one trimmed woodfree paperstock, encased in shiny blue full bleed spreads, bridged by signatures of the artwork on shinier stock. The texts provide a lense as to what is happening in Israel, so as to inform the reader to makes sense of the issues that these diverse artists are responding too. Designed, edited, and created by Ian Sternthal with the assistance of Keren Schwartzman.

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