Organized by Francis O. Mattson An exhibition at The New York Public Library Benjamin Alterman Wind in the Willows, The by Kenneth Grahame(1983) Published London, Methuen & Co., 1908. Binding: Quarter Nigerian goatskin, raised cords, leather inlays on spine, sewn silk headbands, gold tooled title, boards of freakk mahogany inlaid with natural wood. Deborah Alterman […]
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an exhibition of work by 51 artists; a cultural presentation of the United States of America
organized by Richard Minsky
Organized by Alexander Campos, Executive Director, and Jen Larson, Collections Specialist, and the Collections Committee.
For the past two years, the Center for Book Arts has been involved in a Collections Initiative, which involves the in-depth cataloguing and preservation of our extensive collection of artist books, prints, catalogues, and ephemera.
an exhibition of non-paper books from artists residing in New York, Illinois, California, Oregon and Germany
Organized by Norman B. Colp
Artists’ books which feature a narrative line within a visual work
The Center for Book Arts’ first five years.
Collaborations between Center for Book Arts apprentices and established artists based in the Hamptons.
This major exhibition considers the influence of thirteen private collectors on the critical dialogue in the field of book arts.
Hey, are you in the Bay Area this week to attend Codex? Then why not join us for a walk-through of the exhibition, Multiple, Limited, Unique: Selections from the Permanent Collection of The Center for Book Arts, on view at The Book Club of California January 28-April 15, 2013, with Alexander Campos, Executive Director of the […]
Over the past four to five years, The Center for Book Arts has been working on a plan for our Collections. The goal is to document, digitize, and make accessible- via the web, exhibitions, loans, and public programs- the Center holdings, including fine art objects (artists’ book and prints), reference library (how to bind, typography […]