Saturday, January 31, 2015

Robert Filliou | A Most Curious Invention of the Gaga Yogi

Robert Filliou
A Most Curious Invention of the Gaga Yogi
Cologne, Germany: Edition Hundertmark, 1976.
7.4 x 10.6 x 8 cm
Edition of 100 signed copies

The 47th boxed edition published by Armin Hundertmark, consisting of a small wooden box filled with nails. On the box cover is glued a transparent plastic box containing a single nail. 

Friday, January 30, 2015

Trish Kelly on the exhibition Aspen Magazine:1965-1971

On Wednesday February 4th, Trish Kelly will speak about the exhibition Aspen Magazine: 1965 - 1971 at the Charles H. Scott Gallery.

"Kelly is an Associate Professor of Critical + Cultural Studies and Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Culture + Community at Emily Carr. She has published numerous articles in Art Journal, American Art and the Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics, and Culture, on a range of topics including Minimal Art, art and politics in Chicago in the 1960's, US print culture of the early 19th century, and mapping strategies in contemporary art. Currently she is working on a book project titled On-Site: Art, Politics, and Viewers (New York, circa 1970), which explores the possibilities of critical engagement initiated through new models of exhibition and display."

The talk is free and begins at 6pm. For more information, join the Facebook page, here. For more information about Aspen, click the tag below.

Charles H. Scott Gallery
Emily Carr University of Art + Design
1399 Johnston Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9
Tel: +1 604 844 3809

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Timm Ulrich | Lose Blätter (1966/69)

Timm Ulrich
Lose Blätter (1966/69)
Frankfurt, Germany: Galerie Klaus Lüpke, 1970
[unpaginated], 22 x 22 cm.
Edition of 100 signed and numbered copies

Seven plastic folders containing different types of dead leaves.

Available here for $435.00.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Monday, January 26, 2015

Brian Roettinger | Issue #25

Brian Roettinger
Issue #25
San Francisco, USA: The Thing Quarterly, 2010
412 pp., 6.5 x 9", ota binding
Edition size unknown

The twenty-fifth issue of The Thing Quarterly (who have previously published works by Martin Creed, John Baldessari, Miranda July, Tauba Auerbach, Ryan Gander, James Franco, Tucker Nicols and others) was announced today.

Brian Roettinger is an LA-based artist and graphic designer who gained notoriety for his music packaging and album covers, most notably with bands: No Age, Liars, and Beach House. Issue #25
serves as a kind of catalogue raisonné, documenting the majority of Roettinger's design work produced to date. However, rather than a traditional monograph, the works here are reproduced as photocopies, presented without regard to chronology and in various states of completion. Sometimes a work is illustrated by an early sketch or rough draft, or a printers proof.

It is available from the publishers, here, for $60.00 US.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Nick Kline & Kegan McFadden | he

Nick Kline & Kegan McFadden
Winnipeg, Canada: Ampersand Editions, 2014
64 pp., 11 x 8.35", softcover
Edition of 250

This Risograph book combines Nick Kline's photo-series Boy's Shirts with a text by Winnipeg writer/curator/artist Kegan McFadden. Part autobiography, part fiction, the text employs the technique of the singular pronoun, (the titular “he”) as a purposeful beclouding.

The book is available, here, for $20.00.

Today at 4:30 pm at Or Gallery, McFadden will read from the book, alongside artists Nick Lakowski,
Marina Roy and author Anakana Schofield. For more information, visit the Or Gallery website, here.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Henri Chopin | L'esperluette et le Couillard (Legende)

Henri Chopin
L'esperluette et le Couillard (Legende)
Ivry-sur-Seine, France: Atelier d'arts L. P., 1991
[22]., 14.5 x 10.5 cm., envelope, loose leaves
Edition of 50 signed and numbered copies [+ 5 AP]

Available for 120 Euro, here.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Third anniversary

Artistsbooksnadmultiples turns three years old today.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Maeve Connolly | TV Museum

Maeve Connolly
TV Museum
Bristol, UK: Intellect Books, 2014
340 pp.,  7 x 9", softcover
Edition size unknown

"Maeve Connolly [...] keenly analyzes the medium’s particular public dimension to place TV alongside that flagship institution of the decaying public sphere: the museum. Her argument is supported by shifts both in readings of TV and in artistic practice. [...] TV Museum looks closely at the construction of museums as a realm of high art and TV as a realm of low art to show how these statuses were in fact constantly in the processes of being negotiated and legitimated, while suggesting that these concepts are both now fully under threat with our changing notions of the public sphere. This is the central (and substantial) contribution of the study to the field."
– Melissa Gronlund, Artforum

As the fifth guest in their fORUM series, Mercer Union presents Maeve Connolly tonight, with a presentation called Beyond Broadcast: Artists and the Future of Public Service TV. 

The free event takes place at the gallery (1286 Bloor Street West, Toronto) at 7 pm.