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David Choe and Jason Jaworski’s “Nothing to Declare” Zine – A Closer Look

As we previewed earlier, David Choe and Jason Jaworski have collaborated on yet another 'zine, this one accompanying Choe's "Nothing to Declare" show (HF coverage here) which closed after a successful month long run yesterday. Included in the 'zine is a new mini 'zine, which Jaworski describes as "a fake journal I wrote, dealing with a character's downward spiral as he tries to cope with a coma. The mini-zine is basically the scans of the handwritten text that we're going to have transcribed legibly in the main zine." Previously the two collaborated on a limited edition 'zine for Choe's FIFTY24SF show. The "Nothing to Declare" 'zine is available now through Lazarides' Beverly Hills Gallery and is limited to a run of 187. Check out more art from the publication, here.

As we previewed earlier, David Choe and Jason Jaworski have collaborated on yet another ‘zine, this one accompanying Choe’s “Nothing to Declare” show (HF coverage here) which closed after a successful month long run yesterday. Included in the ‘zine is a new mini ‘zine, which Jaworski describes as “a fake journal I wrote, dealing with a character’s downward spiral as he tries to cope with a coma. The mini-zine is basically the scans of the handwritten text that we’re going to have transcribed legibly in the main zine.” Previously the two collaborated on a limited edition ‘zine for Choe’s FIFTY24SF show. The “Nothing to Declare” ‘zine is available now through Lazarides’ Beverly Hills Gallery and is limited to a run of 187. Check out more art from the publication, here.

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