Our annual artist members show with invited artists, focuses on artwork that has been inspired by the concept or content of graphic novels, memoirs, and travel journals with a strong visual presence.
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The artists featured in Silence Unbound often work in familiar forms, but have at some point been driven to create or conceive of an object that incorporates their language into a book-like design.
books by Booklyn Artists Alliance
New works by Artist Members Michael Alpert Dido and Aeneas (1989) Pulp painted handmade paper Judy Anderson Dissolution of Freddie, The (1987) Strathmore Espirit and UV Ultra text sheets with Strathmore end sheets; hard cover with Strathmore Charcoal paper. X (1988) Speckletone text with Canson and Strathmore flysheets; hardcover with Grobgewebe cloth. Lumia Anjoy Book of Sand (1988) Courtesy […]
Organized by Ted Danforth The work of six presses and one bookbinder at The Center for Book Arts. Alison Alpert Memoir: Sholom Aleichem in My Life by Ber Green(1985) Songs for Shabbat (1986) (with cassette) Songs of Marriage (1985) Translations of old texts by Ber Green (with cassette). Christopher Erb Coda by Christopher Erb (1987) Mechanical […]
Organized by Steve Woodall
Selections from The Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry
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 […]
The Center for Book Arts’ first five years.