Artist book (citation)
Found in 1450 Collections and/or Records:
This exhibition of artists' bookplates commemorates the 25th anniversay of Printworks. Susan Barron contributed a bookplate for the Biblical Moses and Claire Van Vliet one for Rachel Carson. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Art of the Fold: Accordion Publications / Andre C ; Christo ; Close C ; Douglas H ; Stokes A ; Finlay IH ; Hincks G ; Fulton H ; Godard K ; Williams E ; Gomez-Pena G ; Chagoya E ; Rice F ; Heft C ; Indiana G ; Lavater W ; LeWitt S ; Ligorano N ; Reese M ; Maciunas G ; Morrison L ; Ruscha E ; Marclay C ; Spector B ; Wirth K., 2009
This exhibition explores how the accordion fold has been used in the West within a variety of different printed matter contexts with a special emphasis on publications produced by artists from the 1960s onwards. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
The recto of the card is a 1976 statement printed by Sol LeWitt about artists' books that begins "Artists books are like any other medium a means of conveying art ideas from the artist to the viewer." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Art-Rite: Artists' Books. No.14/Win / E. deAk, W. Robinson, editors ; Andre C ; Acker K ; Carrion U ; Brown R ; Kostelanetz R ; Logemann J ; Schneemann C ; Truck F ; Weiner L ; Katz L ; Kosuth J ; Cavellini GA ; Frank P ; Dittmar R ; Denes A., 1977
Peter Frank describes his experience working with Rolf Dittmar in curating the Artist Bookworks section of Documenta 1977. The cover consists of a text-based work by Carl Andre. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Arte in 1980/1982: libri fatti a mano edizioni numerate di opera originali / Filiberto Menna, editor ; P Echaurren ; S Lanza ; M Nannucci, 1980 - 1982
A book by Vittorio Fava is depicted on page 7 that is either held by the Sackner Archive or similar to the one that is held. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
This is an announcement for Davidson's limited edition box, consisting of an archeological box and book. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Artist and the Book in Twentieth-Century Italy, The / Ralph Jentsch, curator ; Bentivoglio M ; Caruso L ; Carmi E ; Algardi A ; Blank I ; Bertini G ; Anselmo G ; Baruchello GF ; Boetti A ; Capone V ; DellaCasa G ; Savoi A ; Diacono M ; Gut E ; Diamantini C ; Faietti A ; Isgro E ; Miccini E ; Martini SM., 1992
This exhibition dealing mainly with illustrated books was curated by Ralph Jentsch. The essay for this brochure was written by Riva Castleman. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Artist and the Book, The / Zimmerman P; Ellis E; Wallenstein E; Rosenberg MR; Phillips T; Perkins S; Neaderland L; Morrison L; Lovejoy M; Lehrer W; Hutchins E; Horton D; Gilman A; Eller E; Chen J., 2006
This announces a group show of artist books. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Artist Book International, 5th / Leiber S ; Nannucci M ; Platzker D ; Bohme AD ; Bronson AA ; Maffei G ; Othoniel JM., 2005
This catalogue contians essays by collectors and dealers who describe how they started their collections. It also lists galleries participating in the Artist Book Fair. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Artist Books Periodicals Multiples / Sims Reed ; Bory JF ; Blaine J ; Basquiat JM ; Warhol A ; Beuys J ; Broodthaers M ; Brouwn S ; Brus G ; Darboven H ; Duchamp M ; Finlay IH ; Young L ; Reichardt J ; LeWitt S ; Mon F ; Oldenburg C ; Rodchenko A ; Roth D ; Bense M ; Walther E ; Samaras L ; Siegelaub S ; Tyson I ; Tilson J ; Uecker G ; Warhol A ; Wolman G., 2015
Article describing artist books found in the shop, "Printed Matter". -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Artist-Run Spaces / Detterer, Gabriele, editor; Nannucci, Mauriziok, editor ; Klaniczay J ; Wilson M ; Bronson AA ; Lippard L., 2012
Stored in Nannucci box. "This voume, subtitled "Nonprofit Collective Organizations in the 1960's and 1970's," gathers one of the first extensive research on artist-run spaces. Developed in collaboration with the initiators and founders of Art Metropole (Vancouver), Artpool (Budapest), Ecart (Geneva), Farnklin Furnace (New York) La Mamelle (San Francisco), Printed Matter (New York), and Zona (Florence), the activities of these interconnected points of an alternative network are thus introduced by figures such as AA Bronson, Lucy Lippard, Tom Marioni, and Maurizio Nannucci. They develop on the implications of new art practices, self-organizaion strategies, and politics of exchange." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.