recentpopularlog in

robertogreco : lucaantonucci   2

Colpa | Colpa
"COLPA is the collaborative art practice of Luca Antonucci and David Kasprzak. We work together as a publisher, designer, printer and curator.

COLPA PRESS publishes art books, limited edition prints and art objects, often working with artists on unique projects.

Founded by Carissa Potter and Luca Antonucci in 2010, with great assistance from Hailey Loman, COLPA has grown to include international events and exhibitions.

COLPA has exhibited with SFMOMA at the FOG Design + Art Fair, The NY Art Book Fair at PS1 MoMa, The LA Art Book Fair at the Geffen Contemporary MOCA, the Kadist Foundation and the Headlands Center for the Arts.

Our publications are in the permanent collection of The Getty Foundation, The Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art, The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum, Stanford University, Reed University and The Kadist Foundation.

We are lucky to have worked with amazing assistants such as Eva Struble, Cecile Legnaghi, Maëlle Brientini, Nino Galluzzo, Sarah Kim, Jenna Jorgenson, Jackson Brinkley, Madison Voekel, Nelly Ansruther, Lindsey Watson and Amy Burek.

For a quote or other inquiry, please contact us at hello@colpapress.com."
art  books  artbooks  sanfrancisco  lucaantonucci  davidkasprzak  publishing  design  printing  curation  carissapotter  colpa  artistsbooks 
june 2016 by robertogreco
Edicola, a New Kind of Newsstand, Opens on Market Street: Visual Arts | KQED Public Media for Northern CA
"Upon learning of the Edicola newsstand in San Francisco, started by the artists Luca Antonucci and Carissa Potter, I was impressed; it is one of those rare projects that is not only inspired and original, but has been successfully realized.

Antonucci and Potter met when they were graduate students at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2008. Potter, feeling a certain affinity for her classmate, approached him with a proposition. "I had this crazy idea to ask him to be in a video with me where I told him that I liked him without knowing anything about him," she said. The video didn't turn out too well, but the two have been friends ever since. Together they launched both Colpa Press and Edicola, a newsstand that sells a curated selection of artists' books, newspapers and prints. That's not the only thing that makes the newsstand unique: the store is run out of a formerly closed San Francisco Chronicle kiosk on Market Street in bustling downtown San Francisco…"
tovisit  prints  retail  art  curation  newspapers  books  sfai  2008  carissapotter  lucaantonucci  newsstands  sanfrancisco  edicola 
july 2012 by robertogreco

Copy this bookmark:





to read