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Open Call — To All The Artists Out There


From Septem­ber 25th, 2013 to Janu­ary 6th, 2014, the Museum of Mod­ern Art Lib­rary will be host­ing an exhib­i­tion titled Read­ing List: Artists’ Selec­tions from the MoMA Lib­rary Col­lec­tion. There­fore you are invited to par­ti­cip­ate…

Fair — NY Art Book Fair

From Septem­ber 20th to 22nd, 2013 Prin­ted Mat­ter presents the eighth annu­al NY Art Book Fair, at MoMA PS1, New York…

Exhibition — Wait, Later This Will Be Nothing | Editions by Dieter Roth

Dieter Roth. children's book (kinderbuch). 1957. Artist's book, letterpress printed Publisher: forlag ed, Reykjavík. Edition: approx. 100. Photograph: Peter Butler.

Dieter Roth. children’s book (kinder­buch). 1957. Artist’s book, let­ter­press prin­ted Pub­lish­er: for­lag ed, Reyk­javík. Edi­tion: approx. 100. Pho­to­graph: Peter But­ler.

On Feb­ru­ary 17th, 2013 the MoMA opens the exhib­i­tion Wait, Later This Will Be Noth­ing show­ing Edi­tions by Dieter Roth at the Michael H. Dunn Gal­lery on the second floor…

Ressource — 1st Paperweight Conversation

A week ago Paperweight’s first event – a con­ver­sa­tion on inde­pend­ent pub­lish­ing as an artist­ic prac­tice – took place at MoMa Lib­rary in New York. With this event Paper­weight launched it’s web­site which will become an excel­lent res­source for people inter­ested in inde­pend­ent pub­lish­ing.


Paper­weight is a primar­ily online-based organ­iz­a­tion ded­ic­ated to fur­ther­ing a dia­logue on inde­pend­ent pub­lish­ing.

The inde­pend­ent pub­lish­ing com­munity requires a space that can facil­it­ate a cul­tur­al dia­logue, both in his­tor­ic­al and con­tem­por­ary con­texts, as well as provide resources that oth­ers have found help­ful in their own pro­duc­tion. Paper­weight aims to har­bor these dia­logues while offer­ing an altern­at­ive meth­od for the dis­sem­in­a­tion of inform­a­tion sur­round­ing inde­pend­ent pub­lish­ing cul­ture. In addi­tion to its space online, Paper­weight peri­od­ic­ally pub­lishes an expan­ded phys­ic­al art­icle from the web­site and organ­izes pub­lic dis­cus­sions.”

Exhibition — Millennium Magazines

On Feb­ru­ary 20th 2012 the Museum Of Mod­ern Art opens the exhib­i­tion Mil­len­ni­um Magazines, ded­ic­ated to exper­i­ment­al art and design magazines…

Workshop — Miscellaneous Uncatalogued Material

Radio Cor­por­a­tion of Amer­ica. Sir W. Mitchell Thompson. 1926. Pho­to­ra­dio­gram, 4 x 5 14″ (10.213.3 cm). The New York Times Col­lec­tion

Mis­cel­laneous Uncata­logued Mater­i­al is a series of pub­lic pro­grams organ­ized as part of the Museum of Mod­ern Art’s Print Stu­dio, which explores the evol­u­tion of print-based art­work in recent dec­ades, from the reviv­al of tra­di­tion­al tech­niques to the employ­ment of new digit­al tech­no­lo­gies. Mis­cel­laneous Uncata­logued Mater­i­al takes place on Feb­ru­ary 15th, 27th and March 15th 2012


Tonight, Octo­ber 1st 2011 Prin­ted Mat­ter and Michal­is Pichler launches the second edi­tion of Michal­is Pichler’s book TWENTYSIX GAS­OL­INE STA­TIONS at the NY Art Book fair in the lobby of MoMA PS1

Fair — NY Art Book Fair

Prin­ted Mat­ter presents the sixth annu­al NY Art Book Fair, from Septem­ber 30 to Octo­ber 2, 2011, at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, New York…

Conference — Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference

The Con­tem­por­ary Artists’ Books Con­fer­ence is a dynam­ic, two-day event focused on emer­ging prac­tices and debates with­in art-book cul­ture.

This year’s ses­sions address a wide array of sub­jects, includ­ing: exper­i­ment­al lib­rar­ies, the so-called zine renais­sance, fusion of art and design in typo­graphy, con­tem­por­ary cri­ti­cism, and new ped­ago­gic­al approaches to the ever-expand­ing field of artists’ books.