solongandthanksforalltheshoes:

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solongandthanksforalltheshoes:

$7

!memory full!

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This ‘opens’ today! 11am-4pm!

Opening today! Thanks Trevor!

solongandthanksforalltheshoes:

This ‘opens’ today! 11am-4pm!

Opening today! Thanks Trevor!

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Opening Friday, May 9, NADA New York
Wall Papers (2013) will be featured in Display Copy, organized by Petrella’s Imports, at NADA New York 2014.
The third edition of NADA New York will take place May 9–11, 2014, on Pier 36 at Basketball City located at 299 South Street on the East River.
Wall Papers (2013) features a compilation of images previously posted on social media platforms by friends and friends of friends. Contributors were asked to submit images deemed to be forgotten, ignored, or perhaps not loved by others. Wall Papers advances an archival strategy that aims to re-animate and re-circulate these overlooked images, albeit in a humble, photocopied way.
Mahieddine BachtarziLindsey CastilloRyan ComptonCarl GunhouseTuomas KorpijaakkoPhuc LeCalvin LeeKim LlerenaAnthony MaloneMartin MasettoTammy MercureCyle MetzgerHoward MollettChris MottaliniNikholis PlanckTrevor PowersChristine RogersIrina RozovskyMatthew SchenningGinevra ShayLuke SwensonKyle TataPhilip TomaruJason John WürmSuzanna Zak
Wall Papers (2013)
Published by Arts & Sciences ProjectsB&W laser 28 pages8.5x11”Velo bound with transparency coverEdition of 100

Opening Friday, May 9, NADA New York

Wall Papers (2013) will be featured in Display Copy, organized by Petrella’s Imports, at NADA New York 2014.

The third edition of NADA New York will take place May 9–11, 2014, on Pier 36 at Basketball City located at 299 South Street on the East River.

Wall Papers (2013) features a compilation of images previously posted on social media platforms by friends and friends of friends. Contributors were asked to submit images deemed to be forgotten, ignored, or perhaps not loved by others. Wall Papers advances an archival strategy that aims to re-animate and re-circulate these overlooked images, albeit in a humble, photocopied way.

Mahieddine Bachtarzi
Lindsey Castillo
Ryan Compton
Carl Gunhouse
Tuomas Korpijaakko
Phuc Le
Calvin Lee
Kim Llerena
Anthony Malone
Martin Masetto
Tammy Mercure
Cyle Metzger
Howard Mollett
Chris Mottalini
Nikholis Planck
Trevor Powers
Christine Rogers
Irina Rozovsky
Matthew Schenning
Ginevra Shay
Luke Swenson
Kyle Tata
Philip Tomaru
Jason John Würm
Suzanna Zak

Wall Papers (2013)

Published by Arts & Sciences Projects
B&W laser
28 pages
8.5x11”
Velo bound with transparency cover
Edition of 100

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Robin Cameron

Mind Map for The Book That Makes Itself, 2011, typewriter and pencil on paper, 11 x 17 

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures, Guest Spot, Baltimore, March 8 – April 19, 2014

 

Robin Cameron

Mind Map for The Book That Makes Itself, 2011, typewriter and pencil on paper, 11 x 17 

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures, Guest Spot, Baltimore, March 8 – April 19, 2014

 

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La Bibliothèque Fantastique, selection of artists’ books

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures

On view March 8 - April 19, 2014, Guest Spot, Baltimore

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NOWORK installation

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures

On view March 8 - April 19, 2014, Guest Spot, Baltimore

NOWORK, magazine spread, “Camera Austria”, issue # 124, 2013

Feel Me, 10 framed C-prints, dimensions vary between 4x6 and 8x10 inches, vinyl tablecloth, 2013

 

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Untitled (Shifting Headlands #1), 2012, metallic print mounted on dibond, 16”x20”

Cybele Lyle

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures
On view March 8 - April 16, 2014
Guest Spot, Baltimore

Untitled (Shifting Headlands #1), 2012, metallic print mounted on dibond, 16”x20”

Cybele Lyle

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures

On view March 8 - April 16, 2014

Guest Spot, Baltimore

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Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures at Guest Spot at the Reinstitute, Baltimore.

Featuring artists’ books and works in other media including photography, video, painting, drawing, and installation.

Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick

Organized by Arts & Sciences Projects

On view March 8 - April 16, 2014

Guest Spot, 1715 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, 21202

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Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures 
Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 8, 2014, 7-10pm 
Guest Spot at THE REINSTITUTE (Baltimore) is pleased to present Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures, a group exhibition organized by Arts & Sciences Projects. Opening Saturday March 8, 2014, the works will be on view through April 19, 2014. The show will feature artists’ books and works in other media by Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick.
Guest Spot is located at 1715 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore

Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures

Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 8, 2014, 7-10pm

Guest Spot at THE REINSTITUTE (Baltimore) is pleased to present Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures, a group exhibition organized by Arts & Sciences Projects. Opening Saturday March 8, 2014, the works will be on view through April 19, 2014. The show will feature artists’ books and works in other media by Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick.

Guest Spot is located at 1715 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore

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Sol LeWitt’s statement on artists’ books
Art-Rite Magazine #14: Artist’s Books (January 1976)
Artists’ books are, like any other medium, a means of conveying art ideas from the artist to the viewer/reader. Unlike most other media they are available to all at a low cost.  They do not need a special place to be seen. They are not valuable except for the ideas they contain.  They contain the material in a sequence which is determined by the artist. (The reader/viewer can read the material in any order but the artist presents it as s/he thinks it should be).  Art shows come and go but books stay around for years.  They are works themselves, not reproductions of works.  Books are the best medium for many artists working today.  The material seen on the walls of galleries in many cases cannot be easily read/seen on walls but can be more easily read at home under less intimidating conditions.  It is the desire of artists that their ideas be understood by as many people as possible.  Books make it easier to accomplish this. - Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt’s statement on artists’ books

Art-Rite Magazine #14: Artist’s Books (January 1976)

Artists’ books are, like any other medium, a means of conveying art ideas from the artist to the viewer/reader. Unlike most other media they are available to all at a low cost.  They do not need a special place to be seen. They are not valuable except for the ideas they contain.  They contain the material in a sequence which is determined by the artist. (The reader/viewer can read the material in any order but the artist presents it as s/he thinks it should be).  Art shows come and go but books stay around for years.  They are works themselves, not reproductions of works.  Books are the best medium for many artists working today.  The material seen on the walls of galleries in many cases cannot be easily read/seen on walls but can be more easily read at home under less intimidating conditions.  It is the desire of artists that their ideas be understood by as many people as possible.  Books make it easier to accomplish this. - Sol LeWitt

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