Pick up the second edition of Hyperallergic’s Review of Art Books and Zines as a PDF (2.6MB) or look for it at the main entrance way of MoMA PS1 during the NY Art Book Fair this weekend.
Few books or critics have as astutely examined the history and predicted the evolution of artists’ books as Johanna Drucker does in The Century of Artists’ Books (1994).
Now with air-conditioning (sorta).
Since 2013, Paul Soulellis’s Printed Web series has been gathering online material and publishing it on paper. Hyperallergic spoke to Soulellis about his desire to make pixels into something physical.
It’s not about the money.
The 2015 edition of Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair opens to the public today and in anticipation we reviewed some of its standout offerings.
At the opening of Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair tonight, we’re launching a zine to help you navigate the fair and its many treasures.
Printed Matter presents the tenth annual NY Art Book Fair, from September 18 to 20 at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, Queens. A preview will be held on the evening of Thursday, September 17.
Deadline for applications is May 31, 2015.
The New York Art Book Fair’s seventh annual conference, a two-day event full of dialogues concerning the art book, is a distinguished gathering of bibliophiles looking to dissect each inch of paper at their disposal.
The New York Art Book Fair is an open terrain, an annual zone that allows for a wide degree of experimentation. I especially wanted to take a thorough look at the zine tent this year, presented as XE(ROX) & PAPERS + SCISSORS, and spin in the blooming meadow like Julie Andrews.
Opening tonight at MoMA PS1, Printed Matter’s much-loved New York Art Book Fair will present an international lineup of art-publishers and their associated projects.