Solidarity

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An artists’ book exploring themes of social and political solidarity.

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Solidarity

An artists’ book exploring themes of social and political solidarity.

An artists’ book published on the occasion of Disguised as a Dog, ‘Solidarity’ features a selection of Rees’ photographs, with an accompanying text that give an insight into the context surrounding the Scottish referendum, and independence and social justice campaigns around the world. Each edition of Solidarity has a unique, painted cover, with photographic tip-ins documenting research trips and archive visits.

The book includes texts by the artist and Ben Gregory, Secretary of the Wales Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign.

Published by Assembly Point.

Dan Rees
Dan Rees (b. 1982, Swansea, Wales, UK) is a Berlin-based artist; he is a graduate of the Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste. Selected solo exhibitions include Attachment, T293, Rome, IT (2018); Disguised as a Dog, Assembly Point, London, UK (2018); and Ruins of the Cambrian Age, Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin, DE (2016). Selected group shows include La Collezione #1, GAMeC, Bergamo, IT (2018); EVA International, Ireland Biennial, Limerick, IE (2018); Navigation – Art as Research, Oriel Davies Gallery, The Park, Newton, Powys, UK (2017); WATER.WAR, Budafabriek, Dam, Kortrijk, BE (2016); and FOOD – Ecologies of the Everyday, 13th Triennial of Small-Scale Sculpture, Fellbach, DE (2016).

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