STCK BYZ RMX

Slava Mogutin

PogoBooks #RMX

STCK BYZ RMX

Slava Mogutin

€ 3.000,00 EUR

PogoBooks #RMX

3+3 AP

360 pages

20 x 30 cm

6 Color Risograph, paper: META Rough 170gsm

Publication date: April, 2019

STCK BYZ RMX is a series of 3 unique 350 page books. They are a result of a collaboration between the artist and activist Slava Mogutin and visual artist duo Magdalena Wysocka and Claudio Pogo. Image material for this little series comes from Stock Boyz Collectors edition box that the three worked on in Spring 2019—a portfolio of 50 4 color Risograph prints by Slava Mogutin. STCK BYZ RMX was created from an outtakes from the Risograph printing process.

SLAVA MOGUTIN: Born in Siberia, Slava Mogutin is a New York-based multimedia artist and author exiled from Russia for his outspoken queer writings and activism. A third-generation writer and self-taught journalist and photographer, he became the first Russian to be granted political asylum in the US on the grounds of homophobic persecution. Informed by his bicultural dissident and refugee experience, Mogutin's work examines the notions of displacement and identity, pride and shame, devotion and disaffection, love and hate. Mogutin is the author of seven books of writings in Russian, as well as three monographs of photography, Lost Boys, NYC Go-Go, and Bros & Brosephines, and two illustrated collections of poetry, Food Chain and Pictures & Words. He's the winner of Andrei Bely Prize for poetry and the Tom of Finland Foundation Award for artistic achievement.

www.slavamogutin.com