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Veneer Magazine – castillo/corrales

“I’m not worried about the deficit. It’s big enough to take care of itself.” — Ronald Reagan said, joking, at one of the Gridiron Club annual dinner. What does it mean financially to make a publication focused on art, and in particular on  performance? Last friday, at castillo/corrales in Paris, Aaron Flint Jamison, founder and editor-in-chief of Veneer Magazine, presented a detailed diagnosis of the financial health of his publishing project.

Veneer Magazine is an 18-book publishing project established in 2007. To date, six books in the series exist. Each publication is elaborately made and often focuses on the books themselves being documents to specific performances. Here a couple of pictures of the event

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