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Please join us for this year’s New York Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 from September 16 – 18, with a preview on the 15th. Joachim Schmid and myself are sharing a table on the 2nd floor, booth N52. New works that I’ll bring to the fair include a virtual library of books from burned paintings, a time and space crossing tale sampled from a range of biographies, a portrayal of the work methods of my co-exhibitor, a collection of status updates by dead poets, and a discovery of The Plan in East German propaganda books from the 1980s.
For practicalities visit: http://nyartbookfair.com/about/
The tenth edition of the New York Art Book Fair will be held at MoMA PS1 from September 17-20. For the third year in a row I’m sharing a table with Joachim Schmid. We both published a number of books since last year and look forward to presenting them. New titles I’ll bring to the fair include: Wiederholungszwang, The Lovers, Husch!, Mein Buch and Tischblumenbilder. Find a pdf catalogue of what will be available here.
We’ll be in the big room on the 2nd floor this year, the table number is N42. For practicalities visit: http://nyartbookfair.com/about/
From September 25 to 28 I’m participating in The New York Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1. I’m pleased to again share a table with Joachim Schmid and we look forward to seeing you at this table if you can make it to the fair. We’ll be in the Small Press Dome, booth B17.
My new book They Were Like Poetry will be launched at the fair, there is a booksigning planned at our table on September 26 at 5PM.
Three new books will be available: The Man of the Crowd, The Gospel of the Photographer, and The Kingdom. There will be a postcard set offered with Highlights in the History of The Invisible Book. And the 2013 release of In this Dark Wood will be launched by J&L Books.
On September 20 at 4PM, Chris Burnett and I will talk about In this Dark Wood and present a glimpse into the unique artifact that is the source of the book’s images: the Selle collection of more than one million street vendor photographs taken in San Francisco from the 1940s until the 1970s. A celebration of ephemeral images in a mix of slideshow, reading, and lecture. Presented by J&L Books in The Classroom, curated by David Senior. The Classroom is in the main building at MoMA PS1.
At our table we will also have Chris Burnett signing The Rest of the World on September 20 at 6PM.