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Book Signing

Alex Israel
SPF-18

Thursday, April 11, 2019, 6–9pm, booth H13
Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles
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During the opening night of the LA Art Book Fair, Alex Israel will sign copies of his new book, SPF-18, at Westreich Wagner’s booth. This publication accompanies the artist’s 2017 feature film of the same name and includes on-set photography, behind-the-scenes imagery, and the full script. It is a beautifully illustrated artist book that visually narrates the film’s storyline and documents the filmmaking process, co-published by Gagosian and Westreich Wagner. To attend the event, purchase tickets at www.printedmatter.org.

Alex Israel: SPF-18 (New York: Gagosian; New York: Westreich Wagner, 2019)

Alex Israel: SPF-18 (New York: Gagosian; New York: Westreich Wagner, 2019)

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www.southamptonartscenter.org

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Alex Israel, SPF-18, 2017 (film still) © Alex Israel

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www.artcatalogues.com

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