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Libby and I were just talking with Thom Lessner who told us about a book project he was doing with a publisher called Blue Q.

A tiny book he said, and his book, he hoped, would be out this fall. A day later, I received a press kit from Jonathan Levine Gallery and, like it was meant to be, there was a little Blue Q book inside, not Thom’s book, but a book by California artist Souther Salazar who is having a solo show at Levine’s gallery opening June 23.

The tiny book by Souther Salazar is called The Monster That Ate Stars. It's charming and child-like. The cat is Shadow cat and she is charming and cat-like.
The tiny book by Souther Salazar is called The Monster That Ate Stars. It’s charming and child-like. The cat is Shadow cat and she is charming and cat-like.

I couldn’t find anything about the book — or in fact about any book — on Blue Q’s website. But the press kit for Salazar’s show with Levine says says Salazar’s book is debuting in August, 2007, and that it’s one of 15 titles that are meant to be a line of the “world’s smallest coffee table books.” Fun! I can’t wait to see Thom’s book.

Just a heads up, too, that I found on Levine Gallery’s calendar page: Jim Houser‘s having his second solo exhibit with Levine’s gallery this September. And Adam Wallacavage is scheduled for a solo (also his second I believe) in the summer of 2008–nice Philly representation!

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adam wallacavage, blue q books, jim houser, jonathan levine gallery, souther salazar, thom lessner

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