Join the writer and illustrator Vincent Sardon, published by Sigliopress!
Before his Book's launch at Spoonbill Studios on September 25, Sardon will create a little parallel universe to his Paris shop “Le Tampographe” with an array of rubber stamps and a large wall installation at Printer Matter’s NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 - Room R, Table No. 5 - 2nd Floor, from September 21st to September 24th!

About the author: Vincent Sardon is a radically independent artist in Paris who makes and sells his work in a little shop and studio near the Père Lachaise cemetery in the eleventh arrondissment. He began his career as political cartoonist for the left-wing Libération then, disillusioned, he set out on his own to make rubber stamps, of which he’s now made hundreds. He has an ardent cult following in France following the illustrious comic book press L’Association publication of Le Tampographe, a four-year journal narrating his artistic life and work, which is now in its third printing.

Introducing English-speaking readers to one of the most unusual and original voices in contemporary French culture, The Stampographer traverses the fantastic, anarchic imagination of Parisian artist Vincent Sardon, whose dark, combative sense of humor is infused with Dadaist subversion and Pataphysical play.
 

Siglio Press
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MoMA PS1 22-25 Jackson Ave. at the intersection of 46th Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101

Vincent Sardon at the NY Art Book Fair

When
09/21/2017
Where
MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Ave. at the intersection of 46th Ave.
Long Island City, NY 11101

Join the writer and illustrator Vincent Sardon, published by Sigliopress!
Before his Book's launch at Spoonbill Studios on September 25, Sardon will create a little parallel universe to his Paris shop “Le Tampographe” with an array of rubber stamps and a large wall installation at Printer Matter’s NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 - Room R, Table No. 5 - 2nd Floor, from September 21st to September 24th!

About the author: Vincent Sardon is a radically independent artist in Paris who makes and sells his work in a little shop and studio near the Père Lachaise cemetery in the eleventh arrondissment. He began his career as political cartoonist for the left-wing Libération then, disillusioned, he set out on his own to make rubber stamps, of which he’s now made hundreds. He has an ardent cult following in France following the illustrious comic book press L’Association publication of Le Tampographe, a four-year journal narrating his artistic life and work, which is now in its third printing.

Introducing English-speaking readers to one of the most unusual and original voices in contemporary French culture, The Stampographer traverses the fantastic, anarchic imagination of Parisian artist Vincent Sardon, whose dark, combative sense of humor is infused with Dadaist subversion and Pataphysical play.
 

Siglio Press
Publisher's website