Along with the opening of Galerie Kitsuné, we are pleased to launch Librairie Kitsuné, our first dedicated bookshop featuring a selection of limited-run independent magazines and specialized books with a focus on fashion and the arts.

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Red Scarves Kissing

Sarah Charlesworth

Balcony is a bi-annual collection of conversations with artists situated in the everyday. Each issue will contain a selection of dialogues as well as visual stories and original artworks. Sidestepping conventions of both art criticism and the artist profile, balcony presents the artist’s voice as its primary source, blurring the boundaries between the art world and the everyday.

Type: Soft Cover
Format: 6.5 x 9 inches
Pages: 300
ISSN: 2752-3721-0-4
Issue: #2
Price: $25



Volume 2

Feels Like Home is back with a second publication presenting 44 artist & creative’s distinct representations of home meant to inspire current and future creatives through visual storytelling. This book is comprised of eclectic memories & stories of adolescence referenced contributors creative process & values today.

Type: Soft Cover
Format: 8 x 10 inches
Pages: 172
ISNN: 978-1-7364851-0-1
Issue: #2
Price: $72



Issue #17

Marfa Journal is a collaborative project, presenting an intimate take on the current state of culture. It blends various disciplines of contemporary arts into the format of a hardcover book.

Type: Hard Cover
Format: 7,67 x 9,29 inches
Pages: 300
ISNN: 2752-3721 04
Issue: #17
Price: $45




Ben Pier

In Nothing You Don’t Know, American photographer Ben Pier pieces together a collection of his personal documentary work into a sprawling 64 pages zine. The zine and the pages within work something like a waking surrealist dream as the viewer bears witness to the photographer’s momentary glances of one hyperreal scene after another.
Ben shoots in a blend of documentary and narrative style that blurs the line between both. Wave after wave of vaguely connected images sit together form a vivid mix of contemporary tableaus. The work, presented in book form, reads like a short story. One that happens in a flash and goes
completely unquestioned until the moment you’re done turning the pages.

Type: Soft Cover
Format:9.3 x 12.8 inches
Pages: 68
Price: $40



Peter Shlesinger

The photographs of artist Peter Schlesinger are a visual diary of an extraordinary life that has intersected
with some of the brightest names in the worlds of art, fashion and society. Schlesinger’s remarkable
journey began in 1966 when as an 18-year-old student at UCLA he met the artist David Hockney. The two
moved to London, where Schlesinger was introduced to the city’s fashionable bohemian society. There, as
well as on trips, Schlesinger met and photographed some of the great personalities of the day, including
Cecil Beaton, Paloma Picasso, Grace Coddington, Tina Chow, Christopher Isherwood and Manolo Blahnik,
to name just a few. This beautifully produced book presents an overview of 30 years of photographic work
from Schlesinger’s archives. In addition to intimate portraits, it includes Schlesinger’s evocative still lifes,
which convey the romance, humor and elegance of their time. This is the first monograph to present the
full range of Schlesinger’s photographic work.

Type: Hard Cover
Format: 9.75 x 11.25 inches
Pages: 176
ISBN: 978-8-86208-436-9
Price: $50



Frédéric Forest

This book is a stealthy glimpse of Frédéric Forest’s studies. This notebook is that of many others. There is an inventory randomly seizing the pages of a vast series of drawings made between 2013 and 2020. Here are 100 drawings, known or never shown, which follow each other without answering and let themselves be watched freely.
Limited Edition 250 copies (First Edition)

Type: Hard Cover/Soft cream paper inside
Format: 5.9 x 9 inches
Pages: 208
ISBN: 978-2-9567377-2-8
Price: $85


Through My Lens


“Through My Lens” is a collection of works by Mahaneela, a 26 years old multidisciplinary artist with roots in Ghana, India, Jamaica. Her work explores the themes of diasporic history, music and culture, with a focus on the black experience and emphasis on depicting black and brown people in modes of joy and happiness. In a direct response to the lack of representation in the media, she hopes to provide a new vision of what it is to be black or brown. One that is
bright, beautiful, and authentic.

Type: Soft Cover
Format: 16 x 20 inches
Pages: 120
Price: $40



Michal Loba

In “Coffee Club”, Loba invites us to an intimate, playful journey into his daily life: “There are few things that are certain every single day in my life. I will have at least one cup of coffee, and I will draw something”.
The limited-edition magazine is a short story about drinking coffee. It let the viewer imagine who was drinking it: Was it one person or a few ones? Were they friends or lovers? How long did it last?
Limited Edition 100 copies.

Type: Soft Cover
Format: 5.2 x 8 inches
Pages: 19
ISBN: 978-83-962121-0-8
Price: $15



Neels Castillon

Dimanche is a monolithic black photo book where the raw energy of New Orleans sundays and Texas unreal landscapes collideKnown for his imaginative approach to filmmakingNeels Castillon recorded a flow of crispy black and white snapshots celebrating the exuberant beauty of the deep south.Single and Numbered- Edition of 300

Type: Hardcover
Format: 6.6 x 9.45 inches
Pages: 144 pages (104 black-and-white photographs)
ISBN: 979-10-699-4578-4
Price: $70



A love letter to Los Angeles.

Type: Hardcover
Format: 11.5 x 8.75 inches
Pages: 197
ISBN: 978-05-784-4747-6
Price: $55



Todd Cole

Todd’s new project was born out a desire to create a new mythology around his home of Hollywood, California. For a century, young dreamers have walked Hollywood Boulevard, full of unbridled ambition and chasing a dream. Cole befriended one of these young dreamers, a local skateboarder named Ryan Holland. Together, they would journey out onto Hollywood Boulevard, without any plan or expectations, find the light, and let the photographic moment reveal itself.
Concurrently, Todd began photographing, once a day, wild rushes of succulents and cacti at the end of his street. Juxtaposing these portraits of old growth cacti with the portraits of Ryan revealed a beautiful tension between the seemingly ancient landscape, contrasted against the temporality of the idealistic young dreamer.
These two dichotomies merged into singular vision, and he began to see the shimmer of a myth — a myth about transience, permanence and dreams.

Type: Soft Cover
Format: 10.5 x 14 inches
Pages: 32
ISBN: 978-1-63944-765-7
Price: $32




Nikki is a collection of various moments that appear around the author, which he has been photographing as a record from 2015 to the present. Embracing light and quietly steeping into your mind, the photographs share a sense of the author’s perspectives and on everyday scenes.

Exclusive to Maison Kitsuné
Limited Edition
Type: Soft Cover
Format: 6 x 8 inches
Pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 978-4-909786-05-0
Price: $35