AP 10 Year Editions

Donate $250+ to receive one print or $2000+ for the complete set of ten 10-year anniversary AP Editions prints

We are offering prints by Bay Area artists Libby Black, Katie Dorame, Ala Ebtekar, Mik Gaspay, Rhonda Holberton, Klea McKenna, Ranu Mukherjee, Jenny Odell, Lava Thomas, and Sam Vernon. Details here.

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AP Edition: Lava Thomas, "Lavialle"

Lava Thomas
Lavialle (2018)

digital print (original: graphite on paper, 2003)
17 x 22 inches
Edition of 10, fair market value $400

Available for donations above $500, and comes with an artist signature and statement of authenticity. Since 2003, Lava Thomas has created drawings from hair that has been gifted to her by friends and strangers. Each drawing bears the name of its donor, serving as a portrait. Thomas’s hair drawings are executed in the style of 17th-century scientific illustration—drawn from observation in extreme detail. Cutting one’s hair offers a route to personal transformation, effecting a physical change which also signals a shift in self-image or self-perception.

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AP 10 Year Zines

There's No Place Like Home: A Decade of Art Practical

Available for donations above $100. In celebration of our 10-year anniversary, we have published a set of zines that compiles a selection of essays and conversations—one from each of our last ten years of publications—and features Aruna D'Souza, Jacqueline Francis, Victoria Gannon, Glen Helfand, Cliff Hengst, Scott Hewicker, Emily K. Holmes, Kevin Killian, Genevieve Quick, Matthew David Rana, Adrienne Skye Roberts, Anton Stuebner, Margaret Tedesco, Weston Teruya, Christine Wong Yap, and Kathy Zarur. Bound together, these pieces chronicle the ways in which our community has considered notions of home in relation to artistic practice over the course of a decade. Fair market value $50

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AP Tote Bag

Art Practical tote bag

Available for donations above $25.

Fair market value $15

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AP+Wolfman Essays in Print

AP+Wolfman Essays in Print (Spring 2019)

Available for donations above $12, and comes in a bundle of two zines. Art Practical and Wolfman Books have partnered to bring two essays into print form: Victoria Gannon's "The Metrics of Backpacks" and Maria Porges's "Some Thoughts on Art and Work." Both pieces were originally published on Art Practical in Spring 2019 as part of our Living & Working series. Fair market value $10

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