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  • Anarchic Sexual Desires of Plain Unmarried Schoolteachers         Chris McCormack (editor)        Books / Artists' Books        $16.00
  • Notes on My Dunce Cap        Jesse Ball        Books / Monographs        $20.00
  • Snoopy Shoelaces        Ken Kagami        Editions / Multiples        $12.00
  • School Photograph        Sophie Arnold        Books / Small Books        $20.00
  • School: Women And Japanese Culture        Various         / Zines        $10.00
  • Notes for an Art School        Florian Waldvogel        Books        $20.00
  • Never Finish Grad School        Awkward Ladies Club        Books        $3.00
  • Doodle Diary & Sticker Book        Angelica Londono        Books / Artists' Books        $40.00
  • Photoshop Class , April 2011        Raphael Peter Lukas         / Zines        $10.00
  • Composition Book        Gordon Powell        Books        $20.00
  • How the Sausage Gets Made I        Michael Patrick O'Brien        Books / Artists' Books        $16.00
  • Untitled [Girl with Ponytail]        Mark Gonzales        Editions / Prints        $125.00

Summer’s coming to an end which means it’s time to hang up your sandy swim trunks and trade them in for fresh school supplies. What’s on our back to school list? A composition notebook filled with small scale abstract paintings and a supplementary essay by James Yood, a Five Star notebook exploring the juxtaposition of errored physic notes and seemingly unrelated photography. Let Mark Gonzales’s Untitled [Girl with Ponytail] inspire your next blue pen on lined paper doodle. Wondering what your teachers were up to all summer? Chris McCormark’s Anarchic Sexual Desires of Plain Unmarried Schoolteachers may spark your curiosity. Notes on My Dunce Cap explores pedagogy in terms of hierarchy in classrooms and alternative contexts of education. Never Finish Grad School empathizes with those questioning their own pursuits of a degree, while Notes For an Art School questions the ideological structures of art schools based on a collection of artist’s own experiences.

Last updated 9/20/2016