The Everyday Press is proud to present a new book by Ian Whittlesea, to be launched in collaboration with Art Night at:

65 Hanbury Street 
E1 5JP 

on Thursday 4th May, 7-9pm.

We would be delighted if you could join us.

A limited edition Riso print produced at Libreria will accompany the first 50 copies purchased.

Curator Fatos Ustek, publisher Arnaud Desjardin and artist Ian Whittlesea will briefly discuss the book at 8pm.

The Egyptian Postures
Dr. Otoman Zar-Adusht Ha'nish

The Egyptian Postures is a guide to the most advanced Mazdaznan exercises that Johannes Itten taught his students at the Bauhaus. Often performed while singing or humming the postures were intended to activate glands and re-channel internal energies, stirring the blood in ways that contributed to the perpetual evolution of humanity. They were also said to induce auto-illumination, the participant's body generating an intense light from within. 

This edition of Dr. Otoman Zar-Adusht Ha'nish's original instructions has been newly edited and illustrated by Ian Whittlesea with images of actor Ery Nzaramba demonstrating the postures and an in-depth essay by Pádraic E. Moore that explores the relationships between esoteric movements, their racial theories and early modernism's embrace and eventual dismissal of the occult, Mazdaznan and Itten.


ISBN 9780993372858
144 Pages
Casebound in gold cloth with red foil and red page edges
Colour endpapers
Black & white text, with twelve photographs and 31 line drawings
Printed in Europe by SYL Barcelona
Edition of 1000 copies
Published by The Everyday Press, London

Special launch price £25

More images of the book here >


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