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The Print Center’s 87th Annual International Competition features works by 43 of the finest contemporary artists working today. This year the competition was juried by Irene Hofmann, Phillips Director & Chief Curator, SITE Santa Fe. The Print Center’s Annual International Competition … Continue reading
Took the day off yesterday and did something pleasant. The print show at MOMA is great and there’s a Dieter Roth show for the book fan in you as well. The teenagers next to me really liked the bunnies made … Continue reading
Though I’m clearly more comfortable in print. Talking in public! In Williamsburg this weekend! With the amazing Angie Waller! Sarah Nicholls will be discussing her book Phosphorescent Face Highlighter that incorporates found text from sources such as Adolf Loos, The Landmark Forum, … Continue reading
Pretty Conceptual curated by Angie Waller November 30, 2012 – January 13, 2013 OPENING: Friday, November 30 (7-11pm) HOURS: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, noon to 6pm and by appointment closed for holidays December 23 – 30 Present Company is pleased … Continue reading
Don’t even start with that “Only boring people are bored” crap. I went from frantic overwork to enforced home confinement. The rush of relief from having some time off is starting to wear off. Damn slow moving weather event! Weather.com … Continue reading
Phosphorescent Face Highlighter‘s going to be in an artist book show this fall, opening next Friday: Feminism and the Artist’s Book Related to Materializing “Six Years”: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art at The Brooklyn Museum October … Continue reading
Working on lettering for the catalog for our summer members exhibition. Go see it!
I’ve been working on this event for the past two month, and it’s almost here. This Wednesday, April 4th at 6pm is the Center for Book Arts Annual Benefit and Auction. There will be lovely food, lovely music, lovely company … Continue reading