‘Nona Faustine confronts ... New York’s past and blows it wide open, and in doing so also insists the viewer confront residual prejudices and effects of that history that still persist today.‘ Brooklyn Rail
‘Faustine injects new meanings into historic sites that are already laden with ideology ... It’s also a message of hope. Through her work, she’s reclaiming her body and her city.‘ Dazed
‘[Faustine] recalls the stories of so many strangers that went untold, simultaneously raising questions about why bodies matter and, more specifically, which bodies matter.‘ Huffington Post
Hardcover with tip-in
30 x 29cm, 72 pages
€50 £45 $60
ABOUT THE SIGNED EDITION
The signed edition includes a slip signed by the artist and glued into the inside back cover.