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1Title:  Nighsong   
 Creator:  Cherubini, Nicole | Onestar Press 
 Notes:  Limited edition of 250 copies. Interior: black-and-white; Binding: glue bound; Cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. "As true as a sculptor can be to the printed page, Nicole Cherubini tangibly manipulates the most intangible of elements - the sound of music. Interlaced throughout the pages of her onestar press edition, Cherubini takes the creates sculptural “variations” upon the notation of “Night Song” by Paola Prestini. The flow of these sculptural pieces are interrupted by blank musical staffs upon which the viewer is seemingly invited to synthesize his or her interpretations upon the page."--www.onestarpress.com 
 Extent:  1 volume unpaginated : black-and-white illustrations ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Artists' books France 21st century

 
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2Title:  Batsong, rehearsals for an audioplay: collected excerpts   
 Creator:  Williams, Adrian. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, 2010. 
 Notes:  Livre d'artiste. "This book is based on the performance Batsong, rehearsals for an audioplay, which took place at APF LAB in New York, March 2009. This performance was an attempt to tell the story of a female singer, plagued by the inability to hear her voice objectively. I wanted to depict a narrative about failed perspective through sound but, before we began, had no idea how to develop a situation to render this failure. Using scattered pages of dialogue, monologue, actions and instructions I'd written - along with lists of objects for imitating sounds, one small room and a stationary recording device with one microphone - four of us met for eleven consecutive days at the improvised soundstage to make noise. Each player fulfilled a role, by taking on an action or emotion, setting or sentiment, through sound effects, music and dialogue as we rehearsed. Scenes were played over and over and over again until we were so lost that, time and again, only the sound of footsteps down the sidewalk offered some sense of resolve. After the performance, I transcribed the 22 hours as best I could. This document is comprised of edited excerpts from that transcription. It bears the chronology of its realization, but other than that, the scenes were not performed in any specific order. The reader may open or close this book at any point." Adrian Williams."--Onestar Press website. Interior : black-and-white, Binding : glue bound, Cover : Paperback, color, glossy finish. 
 Extent:  [150] p. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Artists' books France 21st century

 
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3Title:  We watch Karin, she watches something else   
 Creator:  Wurm, Erwin, 1954- | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, c2001. 
 Notes:  Title from colophon. "We watch Karin, she watches something else. Wurm redefines the relationship between time and sculptural form. Spontaneity and brevity are key to his artistic vision, as is the idea of endless permutation and proliferation at the expense of a final, fixed form. Many works exist in the form of written or drawn instructions or as photos. We watch Karin, she watches something else has been produced especially for this book. Layout and photos : Erwin Wurm" From an ed. of 250 copies. Also limited ed. of 30 copies with photo by the artist. Interior : black-and-white, Binding : glue bound, Cover : Paperback, color, glossy finish. 
 Extent:  1 v. (unpaged) : all ill. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Artists' books France 21st century

 
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4Title:  We are in the mythmaking business   
 Creator:  Valenzuela, Rodrigo, 1982- | Onestar Press 
 Notes:  Numbered edition of 250. "Rodrigo Valenzuela's onestar press edition takes from the artist's practice of mixing various traditions of documentary and fiction through video. Here the artist unabashedly titles his onestar press edition We are in the myth making business, extracting images and sounds from his video piece Diamond Box (2012) wherein Valenzuela attempts to connect with migrant Latino day laborers through an interview format to find a way of interlacing the artist's personal history through others."--Onestar Press website, viewed April 2017. 
 Extent:  1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Valenzuela, Rodrigo | Artists' books -- France -- 21st century | Artists' books -- France -- Specimens | Video art | Hispanic Americans in art | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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5Title:  Deal or no deal   
 Creator:  Tajima, Mika. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, 2009. 
 Notes:  Cover title. Limited ed. of 250 copies. Interior : black-and-white, Binding : glue bound, Cover : Paperback, color, glossy finish. "The shape of the table at which peace negotiations are to take place is the point of departure for Deal or No Deal, in which Mika Tajima explores the cultural and psychological significance of spatial relationships as defined by architecture and design. The 150-page book features Tajima's two and three-dimensional designs, studies, notes, found photographs, and visual ruminations"--Printed Matter website, www.printedmatter.org viewed April 9, 2013. 
 Extent:  1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Architectural design | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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6Title:  Weights   
 Creator:  Martinussen, Joakim | Onestar Press 
 Notes:  Limited edition of 250 numbered copies. The book is about the intellectual procedure to achieve Carlos Amorales' film The Man Who Did All Things Forbidden. It is structured in eight chapters. They include drawn sketches, emails, conversations during the rehearsals, the Ideological Cubism manifesto and documents on interventions in mass media. Designed by Ivan Martinez Lopez & Laura Pappa (Werkplaats Typografie)--onestarpress.com Interior: black-and-white; Binding: glue bound; Cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. "My studio is filled with idle objects that must be forced into participation. They rarely sing or cheer. The floor is grey from all the snow I have dragged in. Heavy Timbaland. Self-help yourself : a tidy desk is a dead desk. I sort my books like a washing machine. Inspiration likes to sit in a chair and drink coffee while I do the heavy lifting. Genius, always sipping something pink and cold, is teasing me from her sunny hammock. Danger and depth can be easily posed, balanced and turned on the lightest of points ; fresh days reinventing orange and then that long day where I manage to draw a straight line and make it look pretty."--onestarpress.com 
 Extent:  1 volume unpaginated : all black-and-white illustrations ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Marinussen, Joakim | Artists' books -- France | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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7Title:  Selected emails   
 Creator:  Manetas, Miltos. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, c2003. 
 Notes:  Limited edition of 250 copies printed. Interior : black-and-white, Binding : glue bound, Cover : Paperback, color, glossy finish. The artist asks, "How private is our email life? Traveling from server to server, it all ends in a hard drive .... How much of it is interesting and why? [This] will be a book of Selected Emails. It was not myself who those these emails, Panos Tsagaris ... select them, a young friend visiting from Canada 'who knew nothing about my life (yet). The material of this volume, is what he found memorable"--T.p. verso. Many of the emails discuss NEEN. "Manetas, starting from 1995, has produced oil paintings of wires, cables and computer hardware, created short looped fragments of video games such as « Tomb Raider, » and exhibited computer-generated vibracolour prints among other things. But he was impatient with critics and curators who had yet to come up with a really good « -ism » for this new generation of creativity. After securing financial assistance from a nonprofit called the Art Production Fund, Manetas went out and hired Lexicon Branding, a California firm responsible for creating such product names as Powerbook, Pentium, Zima, Swiffer and Dasani. Lexicon's assignment was to create a name for this new movement."--Recto of last p. "In May 2000, during a packed press conference at the Gagosian Gallery in Manhattan - and a panel of people like Harvard cognitive scientist Steven Pinker ready to provide analysis of the term -- Manetas unveiled a new word for an art movement. Actually, it was the squeaky, synthetic voice of a Sony Vaio that made the announcement. The word was « NEEN. » (from the Salon.com article)."--Recto of last p. 
 Extent:  1 v. (unpaged) ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Manetas, Miltos | Artists' books | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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8Title:  Architecture, sculpture & something   
 Creator:  Ochiai, Tam. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, 2010. 
 Notes:  First edition limited to 250 copies. In addition to this book, there is a limited edition of a multiple of the artist. Interior : black-and-white, Binding : glue bound, Cover : Paperback, color, glossy finish. Pencil sketches of well-known buildings, sculptures, monuments, tombs, and other things such as the grave stones of well known architects. Identified by the artist. 
 Extent:  [150] p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Ochiai, Tam -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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9Title:  Many happy returns   
 Creator:  Sumpf, Michel. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, c2001. 
 Notes:  First edition limited to 250 numbered copies. Author's initial on title page represented by a symbol. Interior : black-and-white, Binding : glue bound, Cover : Paperback, color, glossy finish. "Trois rouleaux photographiques: An'Hui (Les Derniers Moments du Système Métrique), Hard Cash (Le Talent de Pendule), Répons Libre (Best before End) alternent avec trois rouleaux tapuscrits: Occultations, Questions de Confiance. Many Happy Returns. Trois lettres arrivent à point nommé. Les derniers mouvements et mésaventure du Géographe Manuel. Film ajourné, livre suit"--P. before colophon. 
 Extent:  254 p. : ill. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Artists' books -- France -- Specimens | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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10Title:  Cadrer en blinde   
 Creator:  Bertrand, Jean-Pierre, 1937- | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, c2002. 
 Notes:  Title from colophon. "Contains variations on a drawing of an incomplete cube. Though the illustrations are incomplete, the pages are slightly transparent which allows drawings from the surrounding pages to show through, thus completing the cube"--Printed Matter, Inc. website, viewed April 15, 2013. From an ed. of 250 copies. Also limited ed. of 30 copies with photo by the artist. Interior : black-and-white, Binding : glue bound, Cover : Paperback, color, glossy finish. 
 Extent:  1 v. (unpaged) : all ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Artists' books -- France -- Specimens | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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11Title:  Other rooms   
 Creator:  Di Robilant, Tristano. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, France, c2007. 
 Notes:  "Dynasty, in Roman terms, means family, place, land, and power. In Other Rooms, Venetian-Virginian Tristano di Robilant ponders tragedy and terroir [sic], but in the pages of the Odyssey and the work of scions such as Sol Lewitt. To quote Luigi Ontani, 'Viva l'arte.' Cornelia Lauf"--P. [4] of cover. Interior: black-and-white; binding: glue bound; cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. Limited edition of 250 numbered copies. 
 Extent:  1 v. (unpaged) : all ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Artists' books -- France -- Specimens | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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12Title:  Nothing is true, everything is permitted   
 Creator:  Gréaud, Loris. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, France, c2007. 
 Notes:  Title from colophon. Interior: black-and-white; binding: glue bound; cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. Limited edition of 250 numbered copies. A line from Nietzsche? A disembodied conversation between two individuals from different 'planets' about how art makes an impact, how it 'advertises'. Cover design: "Disappearing a work of art as a way to question the real existence of it", 2007, by Loris Gréaud and Mario Garcia Torres. 
 Extent:  1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Artists' books -- France -- Specimens | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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13Title:  The long godbeye   
 Creator:  Maire, Benoît | Malabou, Catherine. | Onestar Press 
 Notes:  Limited edition of 250 numbered copies. "In this book, Benoît Maire addresses his father, transcendental indexation, and the pleasures of being. The language in this text-based piece is non-standard and slang. In addition, the english translation of Catherine Malabou's essay The dialectical simplification is published here in book form for the first time."--Onestar Press website, viewed April 2017. 
 Extent:  1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Maire, Benoît | Artists' books -- Specimens | Artists' books -- France -- 21st century

 
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14Title:  Instructions aux domestiques   
 Creator:  Alberola, Jean-Michel, 1953- | Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745 | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, c2002. 
 Notes:  Includes preface from Jonathan Swift's Directions to servants, translated by Lion de Wailly, Paris, 1861. Interior: black-and-white; Binding: glue bound; Cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. First edition limited to 250 numbered copies. +30 copies "deluxe limited edition" accompanied by a signed and numbered multiple by the artist. 
 Extent:  129 p. : ill. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Artists' books -- France -- Specimens | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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15Title:  Lucky box   
 Creator:  Benge, Harvey. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  onestar press, Paris, 2001. 
 Notes:  From an ed. of 250 copies. Also limited ed. of 30 copies with photograph by the artist. Interior : black-and-white, Binding : glue bound, Cover : Paperback, color, glossy finish. "Here, there, lucky, unlucky ; on the way and at the destination at the same time. HB. The raw material of my practice is to be found in cities. My imagery reveals a sublime banality, arresting moments that have no retreat. I delight in the discovery of weird narrative in urban excess. My work has a self-reflective edge, dealing with what a photograph is and what it is to look and whether or not there is such a thing as reality. The Onestar Press version of Lucky Box is my 7th book and has been published simultaneously with a colour edition by Dewi Lewis Publishing in Britain. The Onestar Press version gives a completely different reading to the work. Because the book's layout has been altered substantially and as the images are reproduced in black and white the relationship of the pictures to each other has been redefined. While the main thrust of my practice has been through published work, I have also exhibited internationally and have work in major public and private collections. I work from both Paris and Auckland, New Zealand."--Colophon. 
 Extent:  1 v. (unpaged) : all ill. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Benge, Harvey | Photography, Artistic | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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16Title:  Perfection does not exist!   
 Creator:  Nourdeh, Rokhshad. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, 2009. 
 Notes:  Cover title. Interior: Printed handwritten texts; Binding: glue bound; Cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. Limited ed. of 250 copies. 
 Extent:  [150] p. : chiefly ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Artists' books -- France -- Specimens | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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17Title:  An irresponsible biography of the actor: Laurence Harvey   
 Creator:  Brannon, Matthew | Harvey, Laurence. | Onestar Press 
 Notes:  Limited edition of 250 numbered copies. Interior: black-and-white; Binding: glue bound; Cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. "Pocket edition of Laurence Harvey's « irresponsible » biography by Matthew Brannon. From the back cover of the book : Call yourself an actor ? You're not even a bad actor. You can't act at all, you fucking stupid hopeless sniveling little cunt-faced cunty fucking shit-faced arse-hole... Laurence Olivier to Laurence Havery from Robert Stephen's Knight Errant : Memoirs of a Vagabond Actor, Hodder and Stoughton, 1995 
 Extent:  1 volume unpaginated : 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Brannon, Matthew | Artists' books -- France | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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18Title:  Itinerary, non?   
 Creator:  Ochiai, Tam | Onestar Press 
 Notes:  Limited edition of 250 numbered copies. Interior: black-and-white; Binding: glue bound; Cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. If you jump and stay suspended for a long time, every place you find yourself is between two places. I want people to think this of this book as open-ended, more than open, like a ghost without an address."--onestarpress.com 
 Extent:  1 volume unpaginated : black-and-whtie illustrations ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Ochiai, Tam | Artists' books -- France | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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19Title:  La berceuse de Broadway   
 Creator:  Alferi, Pierre. | Onestar Press 
 Publication:  Onestar Press, Paris, c2001. 
 Notes:  This book was written from a twelve-minute film of the same title. Interior: black-and-white; Binding: glue bound; Cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. First edition limited to 250 numbered copies. A 30 copy deluxe limited edition of this book, accompanied by a signed and numbered original photograph by the artist, is available from the publisher. 
 Extent:  253 p. : ill. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Artists' books -- France -- Specimens | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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20Title:  The weight of references   
 Creator:  Stockholm, Pier | Onestar Press 
 Notes:  Limited edition of 250 numbered copies. Interior: black-and-white; Binding: glue bound; Cover: paperback, color, glossy finish. "The Weight of References is a collection of images that I had gathered over the years for my own personal delight and inspiration. The title of this book refers to the dichotomy that an element of reference may have upon my creative practice -- either as a point of departure or, conversely, as an obstacle. I recently reviewed these images and discovered many unpredicted traces of use and manipulation carried over from the moment when I had extracted them from their original sources. This book is an attempt to illustrate various tensions experienced while working with these elements." P.S."--onestarpress.com 
 Extent:  150 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Artists' books -- France | Artists' books France 21st century

 
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