I met with Manel Esclusa (b. Vic, 1952) at his studio in the Eixample Esquerra neighborhood of Barcelona. He was leaving for Vic, where he says there’s more space. Almost everything was packed except for a few books and papers. Esclusa believes that his work is best represented through books, not prints. His books are highly sought, and he’s seen copies of his rarer publications selling for many times their original price.
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