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Esopus Foundation Ltd

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Nashers ongoing speaker series features conversations and lectures on the ever-expanding definition of Sculpture and minds behind some of the world's most innovative artwork, architecture, and design. Publish twice-yearly, ESOPUS features contributions from a cross-section of creative disciplines present in striking visual format with minimal editorial framing. Each issue includes three long-form Contemporary artists projectsone, by an established artist and two by emerging figures. Previous projects, by artists including Richard Tuttle, Jenny Holzer, and John Baldessari, have taken the form of removable posters, booklets, foldouts, and hand-assembled sculptures, utilizing complex printing processes, unique paper stocks, and specially formulated inks. Also featured in nearly every issue is a portfolio of work by undiscovered artist, sampling of short plays, visual essays, film excerpts, poetry, and fiction by never-before-publish authors, and a theme audio CD, for which musicians are invited to contribute new songs based on particular subject. ESOPUS currently reaches 30 000 readers around world and has been featured in New York Times, Print, New Yorker, New York Magazine, Harpers, Village Voice, Torontos National Post, China Business News, Munichs Suddeutsche Zeitung, Utne Reader, NPR, and many other mainstream venues. ESOPUS Magazine is a thing of lavish, eccentric beauty-David Carr, New York Times Tod Lippy is editor of ESOPUS Magazine and president of ESOPUS Foundation Ltd., Which also runs alternative exhibition and performance venue ESOPUS Space. Formerly, he was editor and co-founder of Scenario: Magazine of Screenwriting Art, publisher and co-editor of publicsfear Magazine, and senior editor at Print Magazine. He is the author of the book Projections 11: New York Film-Makers on Film-Making, and his 1999 short film, Cookies, was featured in over 20 film festivals in the US and abroad. Support for the 360 series is underwritten in part by Sylvia Hougland, in honor of her husband, Curtis Hougland. Support in part by: Dallas Arts District Foundation Media Partner: Glasstire

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