Unfolding Forms; Multiple Approaches to the Book (II)

About the Exhibition

Center for Book Arts and Miriam Gallery are pleased to present Unfolding Forms: Multiple Approaches to the Book, a two part group show of artist-made books that reflect intimate and interdisciplinary approaches to creative book practices. Through an array of printing techniques, the works included uniquely express the passage of time, the interpretation of documents, and the power of content to become narrative across multiple pages. The featured artists participated in Center for Book Arts’ residency programs from 2020-2021, and have demonstrated a commitment to shaping their work into experimental book formats that reflect their conceptual strategies.

While their practices span widely across multiple disciplines, the artists featured in Unfolding Forms; Multiple Approaches to the Book take up the book as a tool to convey conceptual dialogues, while simultaneously questioning the premise of the form itself. Center for Book Arts and Miriam Gallery’s shared commitment to amplifying experimental publication practices comes together through this partnership.



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Visit the Exhibition

Unfolding Forms; Multiple Approaches to the Book (II) is on view at Center for Book Arts (28 West 27th Street, FL 3 NYC) from Friday, July 15 through Saturday, September 24, 2022 open Monday-Friday from 11–6pm and 11am-5pm on Saturdays. Admission is free.

This is a two part show organized in partnership by Center for Book Arts (CBA) and Miriam Gallery. Part 1 is on view at Miriam Gallery from July 7 – August 21st, Thursday – Sunday Noon-6pm. This exhibition showcases works by CBA Artists in Residence from 2020 and 2021 cohorts. A series of artist-made books that reflect intimate and interdisciplinary approaches to creative book practices.

All visitors are required to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination upon arrival and wear a mask covering their nose and mouth at all times while on-site. If you have a medical or religious exemption to the vaccine, please contact CBA Executive Director Corina Reynolds at corina@centerforbookarts.org in advance of your visit.

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