In the early months of 2010, a trove of loose-leaf paper was discovered in Louise Bourgeoiss Chelsea apartment. Marked with pen, pencil, and typewriter ink, the pages featured a fluent blend of French and English prose, punctuated by an occasional drawing.
Joe Sacco has earned praise as the innovator of an entirely new genre within the comics field: long-form comics reportage, exemplified by his magisterial graphic novels Palestine, Safe Area Gorade, and Footnotes in Gaza (his masterpiece to date).
No one makes an exhibition catalogue like Kodoji Press. The small, experimental Swiss publisher approaches every book with a unique form, collaborating closely with artists and designers to produce complex works.
- LOUISE BOURGEOIS: The Return of the Repressed by Courtney Fiske
- Journalism and Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt by Bill Kartalopoulos
- Unfolded by Sandeep Bhuller