Granary Books, 2005. Item #GB_127
11 x 10 1/4 in., 64 pp., spiral binding in cloth over boards.
Beginning on Sept. 11, 2001, Mimi Gross filled five sketchbooks with ink drawings made on the downtown streets, often working in the dark, directly at Ground Zero. Simultaneously, Charles Bernstein was also writing in response to the events of 9/11. Gross proposed a collaboration after hearing Bernstein read his new writings at the Zinc Bar in New York City a few weeks later. Together, Gross and Bernstein made a selection of images and text for the book.
Some of These Daze was produced by Katherine Kuehn at Granary Books. It was printed in silkscreen in several colors by Luther Davis at Axelle Fine Arts. Ltd., spiral-bound at Print Icon, and cased-in with printed cloth over boards by Judith Ivry. There was an edition of 75 copies, signed and numbered, of which 60 were for sale. There were also 5 artists' proofs, signed and numbered.
This is an artists' proof. As new.