traveling show, see below
The Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January - June 2013
The John Rylands Library, Manchester, UK. - February 6 - July 29, 2013
Center for Book Arts, New York City, in collaboration with Poets House, New York City- July 10 - September 14, 2013
please check the website exhibitions.html
Exhibition will consist of the artist’s books and mounted pages (12x12" as well as paintings on the subjects of time, transience, immigration, memory, human behavior and place. There will be two kinds of books in the exhibit: mixed media ones using very tactile materials that are reinforcing the content and others printed in editions that mostly derive form the first group or are digitally composed. The books will be shown in glass cases as well as on the wooden counter so the public will have the opportunity to fully experience them. Several "Pages" mounted on the wooden cradled panels will be displayed on the west wall and abstract paintings will be shown on the north wall.
119049, Moscow, Krymskiy val, 10
An international mail-art and artist books project.
Curator - Mikhail Pogarsky
Concept: In the 60s mail art developed a separate art
direction and at the same time there was a growth of
interest tin the artist’s book. Mail art and artists’ books of
that time developed in the wake of a protest movement
against the commercialisation of art and the dictatorship
of the gallery system. Most mail artists of the 60s worked
with the artist’s book format as well. Some years ago, these
two areas occupied separate niches in contemporary art, but
the point of intersection between them, of course, remains.
Development of a dialogue between mail art and the artist’s
book is the aim of this project.
Practice: The artists create a mail-art message, dedicated
to the artist’s book, or vice versa - make an artist’s book
dedicated to mail-art. All sizes, all techniques
Exposure: The project will be presented at the 8th Moscow
International Artist’s Book Fair (Moscow, Central House of
154 E 6th Street
May 10 to June 30, 2012
"Small Things Considered" – 20th Small Works Invitational
Summer Art Cruise 2012, Saturday, June 2, 2012, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Summer Hours start July 5, 2012: Open Thursday, Friday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
"THE WORKS " paintings, drawings and sculpture by every Davis Dominguez artist and "Small Things Reconsidered - Selections from the 20th Smal Works Invitational.
LOCATION: 154 E 6th Street, Tucson 85705
Open Tuesday to Friday 11am to 5pm
Saturday 11am to 4pm
PARKING, ADMISSION: Free
CONTACT: Mike Dominguez
PHONE: (520) 629-9759
5155 N. Avenida Primera
paintings:oils, acrylic, watercolors, encaustics, artist's books, mixed media, posters, postcards
Saturday and Sunday -- 11 -5
On each day the 7th, 17th, 27th person visiting my studio will get a free set of five postcards!
1508 East Helen Street
02/13/2012 - 03/30/2012
Exhibition reception Monday, February 13, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm
The Poetry Center plays matchmaker this February. In anticipation of our Poetry Off the Page symposium in May, we want to encourage community to see that poetry isn’t always made up of only words, and we want to highlight the relationship that writers have to artists. In order to elicit partnerships/collaborations between Tucson writers and photographers, painters, videographers, and musicians, curated pairs of local writers and artists have been asked to collaborate create or re-consider the form of “valentines.
Styczen - January Plocka Galeria Sztuki, PLOCK www.plockagaleria.pl
MARZEC -March Galeria Miejska w TARNOWIE
KWIECIEN - April Książnica Pomorska w SZCZECINIE
MAJ- May Biblioteka Miejska w LUBLINIE
CZERWIEC- June Galeria Dwór Karwacjanów w GORLICACH
LIPIEC SIERPIEŃ - July Szklany Dom - Centrum Edukacyjne W CIEKOTACH –Dworek Żeromskiego
w planach KIELCE –towarzyszące w nowym Centrum Design
WRZESIEN Biblioteka Śląska KATOWICE
LISTOPAD NOWY SĄCZ MCK BWA
12.10-31/11 Big Read Pop–up Gallery
1.7/2012 Tucson Contemporary Arts
29 artists respond to Emily Dickinson's first lines of poetry. all pieces are 8x10", which is the size of Dickinson's hand-sewn manuscript pages, or fascicles.
FEATURING THE WORK OF:
Friday afternoons & Saturday evenings or by appointment
Kore Press 520.327.2127
623 NE 23RD AVE
Book and paper artists have the ability to work with an enviable palette of artistic materials and techniques—including traditional handicrafts. Think knitting, embroidery, sewing, beading, felting, needlework, stitching, quilting and other myriad possibilities. Combine these techniques and materials with a strong concept, meaningful content or a compelling narrative and we have a new era in the art and fine craft of book and paper.
Come explore how artists are using these crafts in the book and paper arts realm. How do artists utilize these techniques, materials or subjects as a way to round out, illustrate or compliment a central concept? Can we dispel the myth that the handicrafts don’t have any part in meaningful art?”
Uncommon Threads showcases 47 artists from across the United States plus the UK, Canada and Argentina. Featured are 51 finely crafted works, from artist books to broadsides to blank books chosen from 227 works submitted to our call for entries.
Artists Reception: First Friday, October 7, 2011, 5–8:00 p.m.
Artists Walk Through Event: Saturday, October 8, 2011, 4:00 p.m.
Dear Beata !Thank you for making me aware of this website. Seeing your beautifull artwork reminds me so much of all the interesting artbooks and people and the wonderfull and intence days in Lithuania this spring. I´m still intereseted in all informations of artists´books so pleace send me a note if you know of any other possibilities for the exhibition of books or other objects. Love from Hanne