Woody Guthrie is a John Cage fan!!

Woody Guthrie is a John Cage fan!!

openstacks:

Allan McCollum – Visible Marker, 1997.Pigmented concrete, 6 x 5 x 20 cmEdition of approximately 2000, in 6 colours. 

openstacks:

Allan McCollum – Visible Marker, 1997.
Pigmented concrete, 6 x 5 x 20 cm
Edition of approximately 2000, in 6 colours. 

Otto Piene, RIP
http://artistsbooksandmultiples.blogspot.ca/2014/07/otto-piene-rip.html
jacobwren:

Order it here: http://www.bookthug.ca/proddetail.php?prod=201401&cat=25
Interview with Malcolm Sutton for the BookThug blog: http://bookthug.ca/blog/jacob-wren-an-interview-with-malcolm-sutton/
Some of the Jacob Wren book reviews that can be found on the internet: http://radicalcut.blogspot.ca/2012/01/jacob-wren-book-reviews-that-can-be.html

jacobwren:

Order it here: http://www.bookthug.ca/proddetail.php?prod=201401&cat=25

Interview with Malcolm Sutton for the BookThug blog: http://bookthug.ca/blog/jacob-wren-an-interview-with-malcolm-sutton/

Some of the Jacob Wren book reviews that can be found on the internet: http://radicalcut.blogspot.ca/2012/01/jacob-wren-book-reviews-that-can-be.html

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shihlun:

On Kawara (1933-2014)

shihlun:

On Kawara (1933-2014)

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artsandsciencesprojects:

Art-Rite Magazine #14: Artist’s Books (January 1976)
Issue edited by Walter Robinson and Edith deAk. Statements about artists’ books by Kathy Acker, John Baldessari, Luciano Bartonlini, Roberta Allen, Ulises Carrion, Daniel Buren, Robert Delford, Brown, Robert Cumming, Ted Castle, Agnes Denes, Peter Downsbrough, Mary Fish, Jon Gibson, Peter Grass, George Griffin, Judith A. Hoffberg, Douglas Huebler, Alan Kaprow, Richard Kostelanetz, Sharon Kulik, Robert Leverant, Sol LeWitt, Lucy Lippard, Christof Kohlhofer, Jane Logemann, Paul McMahon, Robert Morgan, Mauritio Nannuci, Richard Nonas, Adrian Piper, Lucian Pozzi, Marcia Resnick, The Roseprint Detective Club, Carolee Schneemann, John Shaw, Bob Smith, Pat Steir, Ellen Sragow, Ted Stamm, Peter Stansbury, Richard Tuttle, Fred Truck, Lawrence Weiner, Robert Winters, Rachel Youdelman

artsandsciencesprojects:

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

Issue edited by Walter Robinson and Edith deAk. Statements about artists’ books by Kathy Acker, John Baldessari, Luciano Bartonlini, Roberta Allen, Ulises Carrion, Daniel Buren, Robert Delford, Brown, Robert Cumming, Ted Castle, Agnes Denes, Peter Downsbrough, Mary Fish, Jon Gibson, Peter Grass, George Griffin, Judith A. Hoffberg, Douglas Huebler, Alan Kaprow, Richard Kostelanetz, Sharon Kulik, Robert Leverant, Sol LeWitt, Lucy Lippard, Christof Kohlhofer, Jane Logemann, Paul McMahon, Robert Morgan, Mauritio Nannuci, Richard Nonas, Adrian Piper, Lucian Pozzi, Marcia Resnick, The Roseprint Detective Club, Carolee Schneemann, John Shaw, Bob Smith, Pat Steir, Ellen Sragow, Ted Stamm, Peter Stansbury, Richard Tuttle, Fred Truck, Lawrence Weiner, Robert Winters, Rachel Youdelman

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artsandsciencesprojects:

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

artsandsciencesprojects:

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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wesdelval:

RIP On Kawara. My favorite book of his work.

wesdelval:

RIP On Kawara. My favorite book of his work.

Raymond Pettibon, Are your Motives Pure? Surfers 1985 - 2014

Raymond Pettibon, Are your Motives Pure? Surfers 1985 - 2014

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