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I Can't See

Oscar Tuazon
Paraguay Press
Artists' Books
24 × 32 × 1.3 cm

This ‘first monograph’ reads as a full-page visual essay with a phantom narrative spreading over 250 pages that was composed by the artist together with graphic designer Pierre-François Letué. This image continuum is organized around three chapters, relating to those three exhibitions, and is only interrupted by a series of short texts commissioned to several artists and writers, all friends with the artist, who address his work tangentially and/or poetically. The book closes on an extensive interview with the artist done by the curators of his exhibitions, Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte.

I CAN’T SEE is a joint publication between Paraguay Press and Do.Pe Press and was co-produced by Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière, Kunsthalle Bern, and Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain.

Edited by Oscar Tuazon, with Thomas Boutoux, Pierre-François Letué and Dorothée Perret

Authors: Thomas Boutoux, Karl Holmqvist, David Lewis, Eileen Myles, Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron, Philippe Pirotte, Ariana Reines, Carissa Rodriguez, Cedar Sigo and Matthew Stadler.

Print run: 2000


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