Section 7 Books / After 8 Books
est une librairie d'art et théorie, et une maison d'édition à Paris
/ is an art & theory bookshop and a publisher based in Paris

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Section 7 Books
31, passage Ponceau
75002 Paris, FR

Horaires / We are open: 14-19h / 2-7pm Mar-Sam / Tue-Sat
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AFTER 8 BOOKS is SECTION 7 BOOKS publishing branch
Promoting, circulating and discussing contemporary book practices, After 8 Books deals with the pragmatics and poetics of publishing. It develops projects with artists, graphic designers, writers, editors, aiming at high standards of intellectual and sentimental attention.
We also develop specific limited editions projects, which help us support our activities.

Find After 8 Books at:
San Serriffe, Amsterdam, NL. Oraibi Beckbooks, Geneva, Suisse. Art Metropole, Toronto, CA. Ooga Booga, Los Angeles, USA. Beirut art Center, Lebanon, and more

Mai 2017
special editions !

Experimental Jetset • Time Piece
Silkscreen on cardboard & clock mechanism /
Sérigraphie sur carton, mécanisme d’horloge
∅ 26 cm. Ed. of 30 ___120 euros

Stéphane Barbier-Bouvet & Camilla Wills • Block the Light and Preserve Yourself
Metal, light, laser cut fabric /
Métal, lampe, tissu découpé; 54 × 40 × 7 cm.
Ed. of 16

January 2017
celebrating our 1rst title !
Evelyn Taocheng Wang
Unintended Experience: a job in Amsterdam

36pp, 20x28 cm, English text _15 €

She had a lot of siblings she told me, so she wouldn’t get any pretty clothes until she had a likely match—but since she didn’t have anything pretty to wear, she couldn’t get a match. She was trapped in a vicious circle, doomed to spend her blooming years in wistful longing: no young woman, no matter how clever, could break her way out of a dress like that.

The book is composed of a collection of diary entries previously published by the artist on her Facebook page, relating to her aesthetic, intellectual and sentimental experiences as an undercover transgender masseuse in an Asian parlour in Amsterdam. A series of watercolours accompanies the texts. Inaccuracies of language are an integral part of the narrative.