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Exhibitions



Artists' Photography Books
Gallery C (1st Floor)

Printed Matter presents an historical overview of artists' use of photography in their books, from the 1960s to today. These are not your typical photo books: from Ed Ruscha's deadpan cataloguing of the western urban landscape to Sol LeWitt's use of photography in his investigation of patterns, systems and sequences, these publications employ photography as a strategic component in the aggregate of the book as artwork.

Feminine
The Schoolyard

ZINE'S MATE (Japan) presents 'Feminine - an exhibition of zines and artists' books published by Japanese women. The practice of self-publishing zines has flourished among women throughout Japan in recent years, not only among artists but also fashion designers, writers, students, and others, creating the rich and diverse collection of publications that form the basis for this exhibition.



Loose Leaf: Publications as Assemblage
Gallery A (1st Floor)

Semina, the art and literary journal published by artist Wallace Berman from 1955 - 1964, will be proudly featured alongside a number of other assembled magazines from the 1960-70s as part of 'Loose Leaf' This special exhibition will examine an era during which the composition of printed matter was performed, transmitted, and scrambled, generating new possibilities for published artworks. 'Loose Leaf' is organized by David Senior, Museum of Modern Art Library.

We Are The Writing On The Wall
Gallery M (3rd Floor)

A special exhibition of one hundred vintage British Punk fanzines, also compiled and published in one volume by PPP Editions as 100 Fanzines/10 Years of British Punk: 1976-1985, featuring writings by Vic Brand and Toby Mott, and designed by Garrick Gott.
 

The Classroom

Gallery U (3rd Floor)
A curated series of informal conversations, workshops, readings and other artist-led programs, with continuous enrollment for all fair-goers throughout the weekend. The Classroom is organized by David Senior, Museum of Modern Art Library.

September 30th

1-4:00 p.m.

Justin Bland, Old News

Old newspaper is often used to line the bottom of a birdcage. You are invited to bring any paper materials that you no longer care 'publications, drawings, photographs, documents' to be placed inside an occupied birdcage for this purpose.
4:00 p.m.

Nick Mauss, Crystal Flowers

Mauss' audio work is a compilation that transposes American artist Florine Stettheimer's (1871-1944) poems into song or other vocal interpretation by various artists. Selections of the compilation will be played as the Classroom is converted to a listening room.
5:00 p.m.

Liv Bugge, artist talk and screening

The artist Liv Bugge will talk about her recent artist's book You Make Me Want to Die in the Countryside: A Meditation on Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, and screen the video work Hyperborean-room ballads. Presented by Torpedo Press.
6:00 p.m.

Erica Baum & Kim Rosenfield

Artist and photographer Erica Baum will be joined by poet Kim Rosenfield for a slideshow-reading of Baum's Dog Ear. Presented by Ugly Duckling Presse.

October 1st

12:00 p.m.

Nick Atkins

Nick Atkins will present a screening on the occasion of his new book http://tvtvchannel.com/, a printed guide to Atkins' weekly video journals. Presented by Soner Ön.
1:00 p.m.

I Have Nothing To Do and I'm Doing It

Michael Petruzzo reads Downstairs Eddie, by Nicholas Gottlund, a book of photographs dedicated to the world of people, in particular, the slacker. Presented by Gottlund Verlag.
2:00 p.m.

100 Fanzines/10 Years of British Punk: 1976-1985

A discussion the history of British punk fanzines, moderated by Vivien Goldman with Toby Mott, Victor Brand, British fanzine legend Joly, and Michael Gonzales. Presented by Andrew Roth and PPP Editions. (The related exhibition We Are The Writing On The Wall is on view in gallery M.)
3:00 p.m.

The Amnesia Pavilions

An illustrated reading from Nicholas Muellner's new book of writing and photographs. This autobiographical safari returns to the last days of Soviet Russia in search of a lost version of the author's former self. Presented by A-Jump Books.
4:00 p.m.

Generous Structures

On the occasion of the release of Casco Issues XII: Generous Structures, editor Axel Wieder, together with Felicity Scott, will introduce this themed issue, playful enquiry into 'playfulness' as a value in critical cultural practice. Presented by Casco - Office for Art, Design and Theory.
5:00 p.m.

An Homage to Owen Land (1941-2011)

On the occasion of the recent publication Dialogues, a book on the film by artist Owen Land, a selection of films will be screened, and the parallels between James Joyce's Ulysses and Dialogues discussed. Presented by Paraguay Press (castillo/corrales).
6:00 p.m.

Iman Issa & Isla Leaver-Yap

Artist Iman Issa will discuss the exhibition 'Short Stories' at SculptureCenter and her book Thirty Three Stories about Reasonable Characters in Familiar Places. The program will also include a conversation with Isla Leaver-Yap, curator of the exhibition. Presented by SculptureCenter.

October 2nd

12:00 p.m.

Typographic Matchmaking in the City, film screening

This documentary investigates new approaches for bilingual lettering and poetic narrative for public space. The project consisted of five teams of fifteen Dutch and Arab designers (type designers, graphic designers, architects, and industrial designers) who collaborated on designing new bilingual typefaces conceived for three-dimensional and architectural design applications. Huda Smitshuijzen Abifares, founding director of the Khatt Foundation, Center for Arabic Typography, will introduce the film.
1:00 p.m.

Volume #28 : The Internet of Things

When things start talking back to you: Literally everything is getting connected these days, your children, dog, car, fridge, even the trees in the park. Data production and data collecting is key here. It has huge potential for creation, and likewise for control. So what is the role of the designer here? And how should we approach the tension between creation and control? The architecture and design magazine Volume hosts a discussion with Mark Shepard, Lilet Breddels and Arjen Oosterman plus our mystery guest. Presented by Archis.
2:00 p.m.

Intangible Economies: Investing in the Blank

Monika Szewczyk in conversation with Antonia Hirsch. Presented by the contemporary art magazine Fillip, in conjunction with Intangible Economies --a series of essays and events that broadens the notion of economy beyond its financial dimensions and that focuses on the multifarious forms of exchange fulled by affect and desire.
3:00 p.m.

Publication Studio : Maker and Destroyer of Books

David Knowles, Art Director of Publication Studio Portland, discusses three recent collaborations produced by the studio with artists and arts institutions. Publication Studio is a laboratory for publication in its fullest sense, not just the production of books, but the production of a public.
4:00 p.m.

Christoph Schifferli on 'Books about Books'

Christoph Schifferli and Alexis Zavialoff will discuss the exhibition 'Books about Books,' now on view at the Swiss Institute. Presented by Motto.
5:00 p.m.

Angie Keefer & Robert Snowden

Keefer and Snowden will read a script about viewing art while blindfolded. Courtesy Lars Fischer.
6:00 p.m.

Confessions of a Book Thief

David Horvitz will be presenting stories and techniques on that little act of stealing books. Some will be his own, and others collected from friends and submitted online. If you have a story or technique come in and tell it! If you are not in NY, you can submit one here: http://davidhorvitz.com/shoplifting. This is the last Classroom event, BYOB, come and celebrate the closing of the 2011 Book Fair with some memories of mischief.
 

Featured Programs & Performances

These sessions will be held throughout the building and off site.

September 29th

6:00–9:00 p.m.

Fair preview

Please join us for a preview of the Fair, free and open to the public.

September 30th

9:00 p.m.

Printed Matter, Inc. and 'SUP MAGAZINE celebrate The NY Art Book Fair

Details to be announced shortly

October 1st

12:00 p.m., Staircase

Liam Gillick and W.A.G.E.

Join the artists for a special launch of Are You Working Too Much? To mark this occasion, W.A.G.E. (Working Artists and the Greater Economy) will present a live reading followed by a self-reflexive Q&A; and Liam Gillick will read from an unpublished text on the revised working practices deployed by Volvo in the early 1970s entitled a Construction of One: a manuscript (2011). Presented by e-flux.
2:00 p.m., Staircase

Certain Distinctions

Certain Distinctions in a multi-sensory piece integrating music, movement, participation, and live publication production. Composed and conducted by Jesse Hlebo, the work is based on the structure of a gradient. Musicians include Daren Ho (driphouse), Hisham Akira Bharoocha (Soft Circle), Jazmin Venus Soto (GHE20 G0TH1K), G. Lucas Crane (NONHORSE, Woods), Sara Magenheimer, and others. Movement instructors include Angela Vitacolonna, Tenaya Kelleher, and Tavish Miller. A publication will be printed with a reproduction of an artwork by Anne Lai. Presented by Swill Children.
5:00 p.m., Staircase

Ed Schrader's Music Beat

Baltimore's Ed Schrader is a man who wears many hats: critic, artist, podcaster, pundit, talk show host, to name just a few. Hailed as the "David Bowie of stand up," Ed Schrader's Music Beat will perform their concise, witty, and formidable minimal punk. Presented by Kingsboro Press.
7:00 p.m., 44-19 Purves Street, Long Island City

SculptureCenter celebrates the NY Art Book Fair

Please join us for a special reception and viewing of the exhibitions Sanford Biggers: Cosmic Voodoo Circus and Short Stories, guest curated by Isla Leaver-Yap, and featuring work by Alejandro Cesarco, Iman Issa, Ursula Mayer, Ben Schumacher, Danna Vajda and Rona Yefman. SculptureCenter is located just six blocks east on Jackson Avenue from MoMA PS1.

October 2nd

1:00 p.m., Conference Room

Martha Wilson

This panel conversation marks the launch of two publications on Martha Wilson by the Dalhousie Art Gallery and Independent Curators International, addressing the significance and complexity of the pioneering feminist artist's work, encompassing performance, video and photo-text composition as well as her position as founder and director of Franklin Furnace. (This session is followed by a signing of Martha Wilson Sourcebook by Wilson at table O32.)

Participants include: Peter Dykhuis, Dalhousie Art Gallery/Halifax INK; Kate Fowle, Independent Curators International, New York; Jayne Wark, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design; and Martha Wilson, artist, New York.

2:00 p.m., Staircase

RANDY

Live performances by Nao Bustamante, Dynasty Handbag, Geo Wyeth and Jules Gimbrone with choreographer Jen Rosenbilt & saxophonist Karel Von Beekom celebrate the release of the second issue of RANDY. Presented by Capricious Publishing.
5:00 p.m., Staircase

Round-robin musical performance

Six artists perform one song each: Bubbly Mommy Gun, Guardian Alien, The Dreebs, Quiet Hooves, Cloud Becomes Your Hand, and Bird Names. Curated by Jordan Michael, presented by Showpaper.

Ongoing

Basement Vault

40 ARTISTS / 40 WORKS / 40 YEARS

Celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2011, Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), one of the world's leading resources for video by artists, presents a special screening program at the NY Art Book Fair. Forty short videos and films by forty artists—one work for every year between 1971 and 2011—will be screened, all drawn from EAI's extensive archive of media-based art. 40 Artists/40 Works/40 Years begins with iconic early works by artists such as Joan Jonas, John Baldessari, the Vasulkas and Charlotte Moorman and concludes in the 2000s with pieces by artists such as Cory Arcangel, Shana Moulton, Seth Price, and Takeshi Murata: a time-lapse portrait of moving-image art evolving across four decades. 40 Artists/40 Works/40 Years will screen continuously during the fair in MoMA PS1's basement video vault.
Courtyard

Zine Swap

Artist Ryan Foerster will host a zine-trade meet-up, open to all. Give a zine, take a zine.
 

Book signings

All book signings will be held in the lobby of MoMA PS1 unless otherwise noted.

September 30th

1:00 p.m.

Randi Malkin Steinberger, Boetti by Afghan People: Peshawar, Pakistan 1990

Presented by RAM Publications U.S.A.
2:00 p.m.

Ed Panar, Animals That Saw Me

Presented by The Ice Plant
3:00 p.m.

New works by Ana Paula Cordeiro & Brigid Ellen Ewald, Nehassaiu deGannes, and Tony White

Presented by Center for Book Arts
4:00 p.m.

Charlotte Dumas, Retrieved

Presented by The Ice Plant
5:00 p.m.

New works by Sebastian Black, Marc Handelman, Matt Keegan, and Carl Skoggard

Presented by Publication Studio
5:00 p.m.
Table O04

Tan Lin, BIB. rev.ed.

Presented by WESTPHALIE VERLAG
6:00 p.m.

New works by Travis Shaffer , Victor Sira, and David Schulz

Presented by ABC Artists’ Books Cooperative
6:00 p.m.
Table N05

Roe Ethridge, Le Luxe and Joel Sternfeld, First Pictures

Presented by Steidl+Mack

October 1st

11:00 a.m.

Anna McCarthy, Revolution and Its Muses

Presented by Knust / Extrapool
12:00 p.m.
Table T05

Type A, Trigger

Presented by Cabinet
12:00 p.m.

Binna Choi and Axel Wieder, Generous Structures

Presented by Casco - Office for Art, Design and Theory
1:00 p.m.

R. H. Quaytman, Spine

Presented by Sternberg Press and Sequence Press
1:00 p.m.
Table C02

Mark Hundley, Dictionary

Presented by Printed Matter, Inc.
2:00 p.m.

Anouk Kruithof, A Head With Wings

Presented by Little Brown Mushroom Books
3:00 p.m.

Suzanne Opton, Soldier/Many Wars

Presented by DECODE, Inc.
3:00 p.m.,
Table N06

Nick Waplington, Surf Riot

Presented by Dashwood Books / Little Big Man
4:00 p.m.

Cay Sophie Rabinowitz, FANTOM Photographic Quarterly

5:00 p.m.

Michalis Pichler, Twentysix Gasoline Stations

Presented by Printed Matter, Inc.
4:00 p.m.,
Table S01

Anouk Kruithof, The Daily Exhaustion & Lang Zal Ze Leven

Presented by Kodoji Press
6:00 p.m.

David Horvitz, Vancouver Photographs

Presented by Fillip

October 2nd

11:00 a.m.

Izet Sheshivari, Ghosts from California

Presented by Boabooks
12:00 p.m.

Jason Polan, The LBM Coloring Book

Presented by Little Brown Mushroom
1:00 p.m.

David Robbins, Concrete Comedy: An Alternative History of Twentieth-Century Comedy

Presented by Pork Salad Press
12:00 p.m.,
Table D04

Zoe Leonard, You see I am here after all

Presented by Dia Art Foundation
12:00 p.m.,
Table P03

Joe Bradley, Fantastic Man

Presented by the journal
2:00 p.m.

Zackary Drucker & Amos Mac, Translady Fanzine

Presented by Original Plumbing
2:00 p.m.
Table O32

Martha Wilson, Martha Wilson Sourcebook

Presented by Independent Curators International (ICI)
2:00 p.m.,
Table S01

Matthieu Lavanchy & Jonas Marguet, Neuf Veltes Remplissent un Quartaut

Presented by Kodoji Press
3:00 p.m.

Charlie Ahearn, KET1 RIS, Freedom (aka Chris Pape), and Toofly, A History of Art from the Streets of NYC

Presented by Pantheon Projects
4:00 p.m.

Mary Patten, Revolution As An Eternal Dream: The Exemplary Failure of the Madame Binh Graphics Collective

Presented by Half Letter Press
5:00 p.m.

Louis M. Schmidt presents Ghosts and What the Seashell Whispers

6:00 p.m.

Antonia Hirsch, Komma (After Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun)

Presented by Fillip