An artist book introduced by curator Bob Nickas seeks to introduce a new generation to the artist, who abandoned her art career 30 years ago to practice social work.
A conversation with Richard Kraft about his artist book in which he created penalty flags for nearly 10,000 of Trump’s misdeeds.
Ed Ruscha, Louise Bourgeois, and David Hammons have all creatively forayed into the nebulous genre of “artists’ books” that are going up for auction at Swann Auction Galleries.
Produced under the artist’s supervision, this version of Parts of a Body House Book raises fascinating questions about what it means to reproduce something originally so handmade.
These alluringly physical objects provide an opportunity to explore the symbiotic relationship between sight and touch.
California has a rich history of artful book making. Here’s a small sampling of presses old and new.
The Acid-Free Art Book Market brought forth booksellers in tune with the cultural and sociopolitical zeitgeist, offering books on detention center architecture, monographs in translation, and new underground periodicals written by people living in the margins.
An exhibition at the Getty Research Institute illustrates the myriad ways that contemporary artists have pushed the boundaries and definitions of the book.
A gloriously tactile exhibit at the Center for Book Arts offers a refreshing sense of playfulness in this age of anxiety.
The second annual edition of the Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair brings 23 exhibitors to Barnard Hall this weekend.
An exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art features Smith’s many and manifold book artworks.
On view through May 7, Chapters: Book Arts in Southern California is the first large-scale museum exhibition to focus on artist books in the region.