Ninety Eight Point Six
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JACK SMITH

Jack Smith, 1932-1989, was a master of the exotic idiom, working in theatre, underground film, photography, graphic design, drawing, and slideshows. He was one of the path-finding pioneers of American post-war underground aesthetics. Boo-Hooray exhibited handbills, posters, photographs, letters, artwork and collages by Jack Smith, spanning his career. Boo-Hooray published Wait For Me At The Bottom Of The Pool, an annotated and illustrated book of Jack Smith artwork, photography, ephemera, short stories, poetry and correspondence.

Edition of 300 copies | 114 pages | 11”x15” |Risograph |Silkscreen Cover
Edited by Johan Kugelberg and John Zorn| Designed by Will Cameron | Published by Boo-Hooray | NY | 2013

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