Breslav founded Blonde Art Books and has long been a force in New York’s art books scene.
You may think you want to go to the Rockaways this weekend, but you’ll only end up sunburned.
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.
Blonde Art Books, Brooklyn-based proponent of self-publishing communities and local arts initiatives, is holding their third installment of Bushwick Art Book and Zine Fair at SIGNAL gallery this weekend.
So much paper! What is a clutterer to do? As a lifelong homebody, I hesitate to walk out my front door. But last Friday night (upon a friend’s urging), I ventured outside, and I’m glad I did. Why? I stumbled across Schema Projects, the first gallery in Bushwick dedicated exclusively to works of art on paper. Conceived by artist Mary Judge, the gallery features drawings, prints, sketchbooks, illustrations, and all things related to paper. Housed in a former barbershop, the project space is modest. The room is spare and high-ceilinged and offers lots of natural light. It is a delightful venue to see art.