Thinking images
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Sarah Lucas
The Concrete Show
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The first comprehensive monograph on the work of American artist Oscar Tuazon, covering the first decade of his career.
I Can’t See is co-published with Paraguay Press and features over 250 pages of images of works, documents, and archives articulating three solo exhibitions organized in 2009 and 2010 at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France).
It also features a series of texts by Ariana Reines, Matthew Stadler, Cedar Sigo, Karl Holmqvist, Thomas Boutoux, Carissa Rodriguez, Eileen Myles and David Lewis as well as a long interview with the artist conducted by Chiara Parisi, Philippe Pirotte, and Sandra Patron, the respective curators of the solo exhibitions.
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Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It is an unusual “first monograph” though, as it reads as a full-page visual essay with a phantom narrative spreading over 250 pages that was composed by the artist together with graphic designer Pierre-François Letué. This image continuum is organized around three chapters, relating to those three exhibitions, and is only interrupted by a series of short texts commissioned to several artists and writers, all friends with the artist, who address his work tangently and/or poetically. The book closes on an extensive interview with the artist done by the curators of his exhibitions, Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, where Tuazon discusses his works in details, his modus operandi as well as his influences, and how he handles being a “professional” artist.
Joint publication between Paraguay Press and Do.Pe Press
Softcover, 272 pages. 24 x 32 cm
Texts in English, German and French


Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It is an unusual “first monograph” though, as it reads as a full-page visual essay with a phantom narrative spreading over 250 pages that was composed by the artist together with graphic designer Pierre-François Letué. This image continuum is organized around three chapters, relating to those three exhibitions, and is only interrupted by a series of short texts commissioned to several artists and writers, all friends with the artist, who address his work tangently and/or poetically. The book closes on an extensive interview with the artist done by the curators of his exhibitions, Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, where Tuazon discusses his works in details, his modus operandi as well as his influences, and how he handles being a “professional” artist.
Joint publication between Paraguay Press and Do.Pe Press
Softcover, 272 pages. 24 x 32 cm
Texts in English, German and French


Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It is an unusual “first monograph” though, as it reads as a full-page visual essay with a phantom narrative spreading over 250 pages that was composed by the artist together with graphic designer Pierre-François Letué. This image continuum is organized around three chapters, relating to those three exhibitions, and is only interrupted by a series of short texts commissioned to several artists and writers, all friends with the artist, who address his work tangently and/or poetically. The book closes on an extensive interview with the artist done by the curators of his exhibitions, Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, where Tuazon discusses his works in details, his modus operandi as well as his influences, and how he handles being a “professional” artist.
Joint publication between Paraguay Press and Do.Pe Press
Softcover, 272 pages. 24 x 32 cm
Texts in English, German and French


Produced in the aftermath of the solo exhibitions recently organized at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France), I CAN’T SEE stands as the first comprehensive monograph on the work developed by American artist Oscar Tuazon since 2002. It is an unusual “first monograph” though, as it reads as a full-page visual essay with a phantom narrative spreading over 250 pages that was composed by the artist together with graphic designer Pierre-François Letué. This image continuum is organized around three chapters, relating to those three exhibitions, and is only interrupted by a series of short texts commissioned to several artists and writers, all friends with the artist, who address his work tangently and/or poetically. The book closes on an extensive interview with the artist done by the curators of his exhibitions, Chiara Parisi, Sandra Patron and Philippe Pirotte, where Tuazon discusses his works in details, his modus operandi as well as his influences, and how he handles being a “professional” artist.
Joint publication between Paraguay Press and Do.Pe Press
Softcover, 272 pages. 24 x 32 cm
Texts in English, German and French
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