Landscapes by Lele Sevari - Bedford+Bowery

Wednesday September 23, 2015

By Jaime Cone

"Lele Saveri, founder of the 8-Ball Fair, cofounder of Muddguts Gallery and the guy who brought us pop-up zine shop The Newsstand from 2013 to 2014, is releasing a new book of photographs of nudes of flora called Landscapes."

Danny's Lot by Jocko Weyland featured in Vice Magazine

Wednesday August 5, 2015

By Jonathan Smith

"If you lived in New York City in 2009, you remember the stories about the "dumpster pools" set up in an undisclosed lot somewhere in Gowanus, Brooklyn. They were the stuff of legend. New York in the summer is basically a crematory made out of asphalt and trash, so when rumors of an oasis amid the warehouses in south Brooklyn began to circulate, things escalated quickly. The now-defunct DIY magazine ReadyMade broke the dumpster pool story but withheld the location in a nice attempt at keeping the small space under wraps. After ricocheting around the Brooklyn blogosphere for a couple...

Dashwood Books featured in Korean magazine GRAPHIC

Friday May 1, 2015

Issue #33 of GRAPHIC features interviews with twenty art bookshops around the world. (...)Distributing books from independent publishers and often producing books under their own label, these bookshops have been creating a scene for small-press art publications.

Nicolas Torres, Chicha Dreams in Collector Daily

Wednesday March 4, 2015

By Olga Yatskevich in Photobooks/ March 4, 2015

"JTF (just the facts): Published in 2014 by Dashwood Books (here). Softcover, 54 pages, with 52 color photographs. First edition of 500 copies. Includes text by Alfredo Villar. The photographs were drawn from the collections of Leticia and Stanislas Poniatowski, Anna Gamazo de Abelló and Alexis Fabry. 

Comments/Context: Chicha Dreams is the first photobook featuring the work of Peruvian photographer Nicolás Torres. Coming from Cajamarquilla, a poor working class neighborhood on the outskirts of Lima where he at one time made a living working as a bricklayer, Torres bought a camera in the late 1970s and started photographing birthdays...

Dashwood Books in VOGUE

Wednesday February 25, 2015

To coincide with the launch of the Directory—a superselective guide of where to shop, eat, and prettify oneself in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Milan, and Shanghai— Contributing Editor Rebecca Bengal pays tribute to New York’s Dashwood Books.

Let us now praise the basements, nooks, crannies, and narrow spaces of the East Village, whose architecture has preserved the physical and metaphoric underground of New York, making possible the continued existence of some of the city’s most idiosyncratic shops: tiny stores devoted entirely to selling only vintage guitars, or custom hats, or cappuccinos and tattoos, or Japanese toys, or Mexican handcraft, or...