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Endless Editions

in this edition of Paper Cuts, host Chris Kardambikis talks with Paul John and Anthony Tino about Endless Editions. This collaboration aims at fusing Paul and Anthony's curatorial and printing experiences to highlight artists, regardless of their background, career, gender, sexuality, age or work experience, in the production of limited edition books, prints, and events.

Endless Editions' mission is to realize the print concepts of artists across a range of media, many of whom may not posses the specific printmaking knowledge to do so on their own. Most recently, Endless Editions has partnered with Manhattan Gallery and R Jampol Project(s) to open a storefront and exhibition space to feature the artists that they support. Endless Editions is located at 191 Henry Street.

Paul John is an artist and printmaker. He is currently a Printer Without Presses at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, part of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. In October, he will be teaching an Intro to Risography course at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop.

Anthony Tino is an artist and curator whose work has shown at the Fitness Center for Arts and Tactics, CULTUREfix Gallery, EFA 20|20 Gallery, Robert C. Turner Gallery and Chashama. When he is not doing studio visits or Riso printing, Tino can be found playing wall-of-sound noise music, reading Don Delillo and brushing up on Italian.


Paper Cuts


Paper Cuts is an exploration of the contemporary world of zines and DIY publishing. Hosted by Christopher Kardambikis, each program features writers, performers, and artists who have shared their work in print, on paper, and in small editions. Zines are truly dynamic publications that have built and supported engaged communities around ideals, experiences, genres, music, politics, poetry…anything that can be printed, shared, and/or mailed. The series will act as a cross section of this varied landscape and rich history. Listen to voices that would normally live in your hands and demand your eyeballs.