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CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS BOOKS CONFERENCE
New York City | November 5-6 2010


ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

A dynamic, two-day event focused on emerging practices and debates within art-book culture.

Full conference tickets ($100), which include a newly commissioned book by Emily Roysdon, as well as single-session tickets ($20) will be available for sale at the fair's information desk.

Six panel sessions will be held, along with an hour-long "pecha kucha," or lightning round, in which invited guests will present for five minutes each, discussing one or more artists' books, zines, multiples, etc.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2010

Furthering the Critical Dialogue / moderator: Tony White
Typography and Writing / moderator: Jennifer Tobias
Keynote: Richard Hell, Josh Smith, and Christopher Wool in conversation
Pecha kucha

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2010

Experimental Libraries and Reading Room Projects / moderator: Renaud Proch
Riot Grrrl: Traces of a Movement / moderator: Gretchen Wagner
The Pedagogy of Artists' Publications / moderator: Catherine Krudy


For a detailed description of the Conference sessions, see here