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NY Art Book Fair

Events,Exhibitions,Lectures — printmaking @ 12:38 pm, Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

Printed Matter’s annual fair of contemporary art books, art catalogs, artists’ books, art periodicals, and ‘zines offered for sale by over 120 international publishers, booksellers, and antiquarian dealers. Admission to the fair is FREE.

LOCATION
Phillips de Pury & Company
450 West 15th Street at 10th Avenue, 3rd floor, NYC

FAIR HOURS
Friday/Saturday, October 24 & 25, 2008, 11am – 7pm
Sunday, October 26, 2008, 11am – 5pm



New York Print Week

Events,Exhibitions,Lectures — printmaking @ 12:34 pm, Thursday, October 9th, 2008

New York Print Week is coming up at the end of this month, October 27-November 2. It is a must see. The week centers around the IFPDA Print Fair and the EAB Fair starting on Friday, October 31. This is a  week-long series of lectures, exhibitions, demonstrations, gallery talks and openings focused on printmaking and its vitality as an artistic practice through the ages. These events allow art collectors, artists, scholars, educators, and the public to connect with IFPDA member galleries, museums and non-profit organizations. In addition to participating in the art community, attendees will discover new projects, enrich and refresh their knowledge of fine prints, and expand or begin their own collections. Find out more at the above links or download the IFPDA information or the EAB information.



Okwui Enwezor Lecture

Lectures — printmaking @ 12:20 pm, Thursday, October 9th, 2008

Come to Falvey Hall on October 15 at 7:00 pm to listen to Okwui Enwezor talk about his work as director of the 7th Gwangju Biennale. Mr. Enwezor is a pioneer of curatorial reflection on issues regarding cultural production in Africa, Asia and South America. Born and raised in Nigeria, he is well versed in the peculiar dynamics of modernity in these regions and has a record of exhibitions that manifests an interest in rethinking the canon of art from a global and political perspective. Mr. Enwezor is also known for his work as Artistic Director of Documenta 11, Kassel, Germany (1998-2002), the 2nd Johannesburg Biennale (1996-1997), the Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporaneo in Seville (2007) and the current Gwangju Biennial (2008).



Big Art’s Naughty Little Issues: Sex, Love, Power at the BMA

Lectures — printmaking @ 1:11 pm, Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

Big Art’s Naughty Little Issues: Sex, Love, Power at the BMA
Saturday, November 8, 3:30 p.m.
Doors open at 3 p.m.
Free

This candid panel examines the role of sex, love, and power in contemporary art and pop culture. Artists Hilary Harkness, Nicole Eisenman, and Tom Otterness confront these issues and speak about their own work. Enjoy the varying perspectives of these uninhibited speakers, and join in with questions at the end. Moderated by Senior Curator of Contemporary Art Darsie Alexander.

This panel discussion is made possible by the Friends of Modern and Contemporary Art (FoMaCA). FoMaCAis a forum for exploring contemporary art and ideas. From September to May, it provides its members with access to artist talks, special exhibition tours, private collection visits, and exciting trips. It also sponsors several public programs each year and helps fund acquisitions of contemporary art for the BMA’s collection.

For more information, call 443-573-1761 or e-mail friends@artbma.org



Stamps and Beyond: Design and Process, Michael Bartalos

Events,Lectures — printmaking @ 9:18 am, Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Stamps and Beyond: Design and Process
A Talk by Designer Michael Bartalos
Thursday, October 2, 2008
8:15 p.m.
American University’s Katzen Arts Center – Room 201
4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC.
Free

Michael Bartalos will discuss his experiences and influences in regards to stamp design and novel project opportunities and their process. He will also share valuable marketing and personal promotion strategies useful to design and illustration students.

Mr. Bartalos will also be talking about his design for the Latin Jazz stamp at the Smithsonian National Postal Museum’s Latin Jazz Celebration on Saturday, October 4th. The Latin Jazz event features live jazz music, conga drum demonstrations, and stamp collecting. The Postal Museum is located directly across the street from Union Station on Metro’s Red Line. The celebration is presented by the Postal Museum and Smithsonian Jazz Appreciation Month Initiatives. Find out more.

While at the Postal Museum, check out the Alphabetilately exhibit opening Friday September 26. Concept sketches and unused versions of Bartalos’ Latin Jazz stamp design will be included in this wide survey of philatelic history and graphics. It’s shaping up to be an amazing show thanks to the efforts of San Francisco friends Michael Osborne and Alyson Kuhn.



College Book Art Association: Bi-annual Conference and Student Awards

Call for Entries,Exhibitions,Lectures — printmaking @ 8:50 am, Monday, September 22nd, 2008

The College Book Art Association supports and promotes academic book art education by fostering the development of its practice, teaching, scholarship, and criticism. As part of this mission, the CBAA is offering awards for two outstanding student books. The finalists’ entries will be judged and, as space permits, exhibited at the CBAA bi-annual conference, January 10–11, 2009 at the Center for the Book at the University of Iowa. Download application here.

The first biennial conference of the College Book Art Association seeks to bridge the worlds of book art, book history, cultural criticism, and curatorial work through appreciation of the book as an aesthetic sensorium. Scholarship, artistic practice, and the digital age have evoked for us the multimedia nature of the book experience. At a time when the book arts have never been more vital, ART, FACT, AND ARTIFACT builds from these energies and will offer presentations, papers, studio demonstrations, and exhibits from artists and scholars interested in the future, present, and past of the book as an expressive form. More information here.



Rappleye Lecture moved to Falvey Hall

Events,Lectures — printmaking @ 8:23 am, Wednesday, September 17th, 2008

Fantastic Planet
A Lecture by Jon Rappleye
Thursday, September 18th from 5-7pm
Falvey Hall, Brown Center

Thursday’s lecture by Jon Rappleye has been moved from the BBox at the Gateway to Falvey Hall. Please pass the word along to anyone you know that’s going to the lecture.



Jon Rappleye: Fantastic Planet, September 18

Dolphin Press and Print,Lectures — printmaking @ 10:46 am, Friday, August 29th, 2008

Thursday, September 18, 5–7 pm in Brown 320, Brown Center

Painter and sculptor Jon Rappleye brings his fantastical world to campus during the fall semester as he discusses his art-making process, techniques, and inspiration at a free, public lecture.

The Jersey City, N.J.-based artist describes the creatures and strange hybrid phenomena that occupy his acrylic paintings and vitreous china sculptures as a “homespun fairy tale, a recreation of cultural folklore, and a personal mythology.”

Rappleye’s talk is part of his semester-long residency with MICA’s printmaking department. He is working with students in the do-it-yourself course, Studio Remix: A Dolphin Press Collaboration, which focuses on hand-pulled prints and explores all aspects of print shop collaboration. Students will work one-on-one with Rappleye during his visits to campus and execute a limited edition suite of prints of his work.



Jim Dine at the BMA

Lectures — printmaking @ 8:37 am, Friday, August 29th, 2008

Conversation with Jim Dine
Wednesday, September 10
7 p.m.
Free—space is limited Join artist Jim Dine in conversation with Ann Shafer, Assistant Curator of Prints, Drawings & Photographs. Enjoy an evening with one of the most innovative artists of the post-1960s era, whose work spans printmaking, painting, and sculpture. Known for his idiosyncratic and personal iconography, Dine will engage and entertain with his memorable insights. Front Room: Jim Dine will remain open until 7 p.m. A dessert reception follows the lecture. Space is limited.



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