Damocle Edizioni parteciperà a The Art Chapter – Milano Art Book Fair, 16, 17, 18 novembre 2018, BASE, primo piano, via Borgognone 34 – Milano.
In search of Aldus Pius Manutius a campo Sant’Agostin, Johannes M. P. Knoops
Ohara Koson, Ohara Koson
Poems for Sarra – Poesie per Sara, Meena Alexander – Rita Dove – Esther Schor
Mocha Dick: Or The White Whale of the Pacific: A Leaf from a Manuscript Journal – O la balena bianca del Pacifico: estratto da un diario di bordo, Jeremiah N. Reynolds
Venice. A sketch-book by Fred Richards, Frederick Charles Richards
Carmelo Bene. Una bibliografia (1959-2018), Carlo Alberto Petruzzi
Street haunting: A London adventure, Virginia Woolf
The city and the dream – La città e il sogno, H.P. Lovecraft
Sottocosta – Viaggio solitario da Muggia a Cattolica, Francesco Crosato
Sottocosta da Muggia a Cattolica – Annotazioni di un viaggio solitario, Francesco Crosato
Sull’educazione, Un diario poetico su Tian’anmen 1989, Meng Lang
Nello studio del pittore Emilio Vedova, Luigia Da Re
Damocle Edizioni parteciperà a Small Publishers Fair, 9–10 novembre 2018, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square – Londra.
Damocle Edizioni parteciperà a Friends with Books: Art Book Fair Berlin 19–21 ottobre 2018, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlino.
IN SEARCH OF
ALDUS PIUS MANUTIUS
a campo Sant’Agostin
Johannes M. P. Knoops
Johannes Knoops is an Architect and tenured Professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology/State University of New York where he teaches Interior Design. With a Bachelors of Architecture from Pratt Institute and a Masters from Yale University, Johannes has lead a multi-disciplinary design practice for over 30 years in his native New York City. His research has had the support of the Cini Foundation, American Academy in Rome, National Endowment for Humanities, National Institute for Architectural Education, the Graham Foundation and a number of residencies, including time with the Emily Harvey Foundation here in Venice. Widely published and exhibited, his personal research focuses on issues of memoryand place. His animation, “Venice Re-Mapped” was exhibited in Palazzo Mora at the 2016 Architecture Biennale, and more recently his project “Oculi,” was included in “Design.VE 2018,” at the Palazzo Morosini-Gartterburg in campo San Stefano.