Shop > Artists' Books

Out of Stock
#09085

'All Citizens: Bruno, Sask. Canada', 2010

Artist
Jason McLean
Date
2010
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
11 × 14 cm
Length
Description

A series of humourous line-drawings, texts and even a knock-knock joke representing the artist’s thoughts on Bruno, Saskatchewan.

Edition of 40.

  1. ’All Citizens: Bruno, Sask. Canada’, 2010
 

Related Items

  1. Jason McLean: ’On the ropes’ , 2010
  2. All Citizens
  3. Jason McLean: ’Dream’, 2010
  4. Jason McLean: The day (don) the world blew away
  5. Jason McLean and Peter Thompson: Don’s Lawn Service Folded Last Year
  6. Mark DeLong and Jason McLean: Tracey Chapman Research Centre
  7. Jason McLean: Alone at Home
  8. Jason McLean: Not Bad For London
  9. Jason McLean: Pryor Wanted
  10. Jason McLean: Lookin to get Lost
  11. Jason McLean: Empty
  12. Bruno Ceschel: Self Publish, Be Happy
  13. 011+91 | 011+92 - On Locational Identity
  14. Louis M Schmidt: Tokyo Masks
  15. Bird Radio - Vogelradio
  16. Leon Qu: Glass
  17. Donnalu Wigmore: Isaacs Seen
  18. the pace of days
  19. Bill Jones: ACME Made in Canada
  20. Cristian Ordóñez: A Way to Disconnect and Connect
  21. Alex Durlak: A Report/Un Rapport
  22. Sam Falls: Visible Libraries
  23. Will Munro: History, Glamour, Magic
  24. Tonik Wojtyra: Beaver
  25. Keren Cytter: D.I.E. Now The True Story of John Webber and His Endless Struggle with the Table of Content
  26. Nicholas Frank: The Sound of the Horn
  27. Shaan Syed: The Andrew Project: 1000 And Something Portraits in Toronto Berlin and London, 2010-2013
  28. Révész László László: Not Secret
  29. Jimmy Limit: I’m not forget (MA EI UNUSTA)
  30. Prospekt 80/2: Canada
  31. Provence, Issue V
  32. J. Parker Valentine: Fiction
  33. Anonynous: The Guilded Beaver
  34. Birdhead Retrievability Frame for Polaroid
  35. Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous
  36. Barbara Balfour: Behind the Restaurant, 2010
  37. Stephanie Shepherd: Stubborn Objects, 2010
  38. Maryse Larivière: Something has to change for everything  to stay as it is. Something had to change for everything to stay as it was.