Jack Pierson - Tomorrow’s Man 5
Jack Pierson - Tomorrow’s Man 5

Jack Pierson - Tomorrow’s Man 5

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The latest edition in Jack Pierson’s ongoing Tomorrow’s Man artist’s book series featuring work from some of Pierson’s favorite contemporary artists.

Utilizing the series all over design layout this installment features a diverse body of art such as Dietmar Busse’s enigmatic, almost occult drawings on photography, David Dupuis’ colorful collages, Richard Tinkler’s bright geometric abstractions, together with works by Jeff Davis, Florence Derive, Garth McConnell, Samoa, Clément PJ Schneider, Janet Stein, Paula Stuttman and Jordan Wolfson included alongside Pierson’s own images and assorted ephemera. All set against a series of diaristic texts by David Carrino that document his experiences as a massage/sex worker within  New York.

The title, Tomorrow’s Man, comes from an infamous bodybuilding magazine from the 1950s and ‘60s. Reappropriating the publication’s title as well as its retro bodybuilding aesthetic, Pierson takes viewers on a dizzying visual journey encompassing the full spectrum of cultural references. Available with four different covers to choose from.

Published by Bywater Bros. Editions, 2020

164 pages, softcover
10 x 7.5 x 0.51 inches / 25.4 x 18.4 x 1.3 cm
ISBN 978-1-988469-14-0
Edited and designed by Jack Pierson and Roger Bywater

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