Condiment 2

Condiment 2, Questionable Taste

Condiment 2, Questionable Taste
Softcover, 90 pp., offset 4/4, 165 x 230 mm
Edition of 1000
ISSN 1837–8226
Published by Condiment

$18.00 ·

This issue of Condiment has reminded us of the simple truth that we are living with food, not living for food. In this context, the aim shifts from accomplishment to a need for further exploration. Ideas and approaches to food have never seemed so evolved and exaggerated. Yet, as the focus on the meal continues to increase, we risk forgetting about all the hours of living that exist in between. Rather than only being an object of desire, food needs also to be a subject of discussion—approached not as a statement about politics, provenance or proficiency, but as an open-ended question mark. In some form or another, we hope that each page of this issue raises questions —not just about what food is, but about what it can be. After all, each meal is both an outcome and a new beginning.

Produced in collaboration with BLESS. Images from their collection BLESS N° 42, Plädoyer der Jetztzeit appear on each page of the publication.

The Kingsboro Press 5

The Kingsboro Press 5Amy Yao curates for The Kingsboro Press

The Kingsboro Press 5
Softcover, 52 pp., mimeograph 3/1, 8.5 x 11 inches
supplement: Amy Yao Curates for The Kingsboro Press
Softcover, 44 pp., mimeograph 1/1, 8.5 x 11 inches
Edition of 350
Published by The Kingsboro Press

$20.00 ·

Issue 5 of The Kingsboro Press, mimeograph printed by The Kingsboro Press at The Uses of Literacy in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Contributors: Becca Albee, Jordan Awan, Dan Arps, The Changes, Mason Cooley, Chris Barton, Milano Chow, Dru Donovan, Jason Eberspeaker, Richard Elliot, Ryan Foerster, Alex Gartenfeld, Zoe Ghertner, Petrova Giberson, Bieanca Hester, Matthew Higgs, David Horovitz, Marie Jager, Thomas Jeppe, Josh Kline, Maxwell Krivitsky, Aude Levere, Mondo Mondo, Jeff Morgan, Dan Moynihan, Jason Park, Asher Penn, Megan Plunkett, Jacob Robichaux, Carissa Rodriguez, Joshua Ray Stephens, Ethan Swan, Oscar Tuazon, Alex Vivian, Daniel Wagner, Jessica WIlliams, Amy Yao, Doniella Davy.

Smoke Bath

Peter Sutherland, Smoke Bath

Peter Sutherland, Smoke Bath
Softcover, 328 pp., offset 1/1, 5.25 x 8 inches
Edition of 500
ISBN 978-0-98259360202
Published by Seems

out of print

Smoke Bath is a collection of photographs and art work loosely based on the theme of camping, nature, and exploring.

The goal of Smoke Bath is to showcase the work of artists that are inspired by nature and raise money for in the process. The Fresh Air Fund ( is an independent, not-for-profit agency that provides free summer vacations to New York City children from low-income communities.