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.
Russian Futurism may be lesser known than their Italian cousins but this new online resource makes their related artist books easy to explore.
The Ulises bookshop, which opened this past weekend in Philadelphia, focuses on books as a lens onto contemporary art.
MEXICO CITY — Aeromoto, a small public library founded at the beginning of 2015 in the Juárez neighborhood, evolved gradually and continues to mature as a cohesive and challenging project.
DETROIT — I’m an inveterate lover of books, so you never have to bother arguing with me about the continued relevance of print as a medium.
Donna Seager’s book collection doesn’t look like most people’s.
In 1968, Seth Siegelaub and John Wendler published the first edition of the so-called “Xerox Book.” The untitled publication, which was conceived as an exhibition in itself — and is currently the subject of a show at Paula Cooper Gallery — is now considered a seminal artist book.
Whether you’re interested in limited edition screenprints, Xerox zines, or full color photo books, there is something for everyone at Blonde Art Books’s Bushwick Art Book and Zine Fair this weekend.
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina — The Art Books of Henri Matisse at Charlotte’s Bechtler Museum of Modern Art is a travelling exhibition with a new twist.
This month the Smithsonian Libraries Artists’ Books Collection launched an online platform that unifies artists’ books from across several Smithsonian collections.
Every great museum has at least a few vitrines dedicated to the remarkable object that is the artist’s book.