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Sol Halabi: Viaje en Bote (2012)
Endpaper maps from William T. Innes’s Exotic Aquarium Fishes (13th ed., 1951), with a grid the reader can use to find the location of the various fishes listed in the book.
Leandro Erlich: Monte-Meubles. L’Ultime Déménagement (2012) Installation in Nantes, France (source) The translation is hard to do nicely. Literally, the title means “Furniture Elevator: The Final Move,” where “move” has the specific sense of moving to a new house or … Continue reading
Adrián Villar Rojas: My family dead (2009) (source)