TASCHEN brings limited edition books and prints to East Hampton

TASCHEN, located on the 1,000 square foot space at 26 Park Place in the heart of East Hampton Village, will remain open through October. The unique, self-contained building features a playful arched brick facade with ample space to showcase TASCHEN’s dynamic publishing program, including SUMO-format and limited-edition books and artist’s prints. The store will also host regular programming, such as artist talks, signings and launch events. TASCHEN East Hampton will be open to the public daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Their event programming begins this Saturday, June 11 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Jessica Hundley, author of TASCHEN’s bestselling “Library of Esoterica” ​​series, including Tarot, Astrology and the most recent, Witchcraft, will speak with artist Lucien Shapiro, whose works are featured in the books. A reception and autograph session will follow.

TASCHEN is a leading publisher of art books known for its dazzling and bold universe of eye-catching coffee table books covering architecture, aphrodisiasis, art, design, fashion, photography, culture pop, style and travel.

Working closely with renowned creative partners, the company has published thousands of titles in dozens of languages. From the quintessential Basic Art series to SUMO-sized collector’s editions, TASCHEN’s mission remains a commitment to diversity and innovation. Whatever the topic and whatever the price, from $10 to $10,000, the company strives to treat every topic with equal respect and produce, design, and package each of its books beautifully and uniquely.

Founded by Benedikt Taschen in 1980 as a small comic bookstore in Cologne, TASCHEN today sells worldwide. In addition to an international distribution network, the private publishing house operates an e-commerce site and 12 branded stores around the world, from Beverly Hills and Miami to London, Brussels, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, Cologne, Milan and Hong Kong.

Discover their books and engravings on www.taschen.com

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