Gent / New York: Art Paper Editions / Dashwood Books, 2018. Softcover 1,500 copies. 15,5 × 21 cm, 508 pages, color / b&w. One of two publications featuring contemporary Dutch artists to be released this September by Belgian and US publishers A.P.E. and Dashwood Books How To Do The Flowers...
New York: Dashwood Books, 2015. softcover in slipcase signed and numbered Limited Edition. Slipcased signed and numbered in a Limited Edition of 20 of the Dashwood Books Series.
New York: Dashwood Books, 2014. 150 copies. Shipped in tube. 23 x 27inches.
New York: Dashwood Books, 2014. Soft Cover First Edition. Ruth van Beek’s highly original aesthetic draws upon a growing archive of found photographic material using specialist books, catalogues and magazines from the 50s, 60s and 70s as it’s primary source. She has found ways to produce odd and playful collages by.....
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Vancouver: New Documents, 2017. Softcover First Edition. Ruth van Beek is a Dutch artist and bookmaker based in Koog aan de Zaan. Her work uses a growing archive of found photographic source material taken from vintage books and magazines.
Paris: RVB Books, 2016. Softcover First Edition.
New York: Dashwood Books, 2015. softcover. Complete set of the regular edition. The series to be published annually is to introduce a variety contemporary photographers and reintroduce largely unknown work from the past to a contemporary audience serving as a reflection of Dashwood's own curatorial theme.
Paris: RVB Books, 2013. softcover. Following the success of The Hibernators by independent French publisher, RVB, van Beek turns from cuddly pets to household plants. In using vintage images spliced together she creates brand new species; funny, low-fi collages that are strangely engaging with a curious textural quality.
Paris: RVB Books, 2011. softcover 200 copies. By taking vintage images of pets of the guniea pig and hamster world and splicing them together or just folding them and rephotographing Van Beek creates a new species of cuddly pets. Low-fi, funny and curiously good.