On Innards | Publication with bookRoom at BABE Bristol 1 – 2 April 2017

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On Innards | Publication will be on the bookRoom press stand at BABE, Bristol’s biannual artists book event at the Arnolfini, Bristol, Saturday 1 – Sunday 2 April 2017.

For more information see;

http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/babe-2017-bristol-artists-book-event

http:// www.thebookroom.net

https://www.facebook.com/bookroompress/

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News of On Innards | Publication with Kaleid Editions

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During October 2016, On Innards | Publication was busy with Kaleid Editions, featuring on their stand at Counter 2016, Plymouth Art book Fair on Saturday 29th October at Plymouth University.

And during Kaleid’s US tour, On Innards | Publication was  acquired by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) Joan Flasch Artists’ Books Collection, and the Metropolitan Museum, New York.

On Innards will be with bookRoom at Small Publishers’ Fair, Friday 4 & Saturday 5 November 2016

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On Innards | Publication will be represented on the bookRoom table at the Small Publishers’ Fair on Friday 4 & Saturday 5 November 2016.

The Small Publishers’ Fair is at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, Bloomsbury, London, WC1R 4RL, and is open from 11am – until 7pm, both days.

http://smallpublishersfair.co.uk

http://thebookroom.net

http://facebook.com/bookroompress

MoMA Library and Archives acquires On Innards | Publication for Collection

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Thanks to KALEID on their US tour, the MoMA Library and Archives in New York has acquired On Innards | Publication for its collection.

On Innards | Publication is represented by KALEID editions for the year 2016-17, who are taking it on their US tour presenting it amongst a host of other fantastic European artist books to influential and important collections in the USA, including MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum, the School of Art Institute of Chicago, Yale, Lafayette and Swarthmore University.

KALEID editions represents European-based artists who do books, and works with librarians, book dealers and private collectors to advocate public special collections. www.kaleideditions.com

See below a link to the MoMA Library and Archives: http://www.moma.org/learn/resources/library/

 

KALEID editions is now representing On Innards | Publication

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KALEID editions is now representing On Innards | Publication.

KALEID editions represents European-based artists who do books and fosters publishing as artistic practice.

KALEID selected On Innards in May for its show, ‘KALEID 2016: Artists Who Do Books’ in Kunsthøgskolen, i Oslo, and then went on to show it at the Offprint London Art Publishing Fair at Tate Modern, London. They have just begun their US tour representing the collection to influential and important collections in the USA, including MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum, the School of Art Institute of Chicago, Yale, Lafayette and Swarthmore University.

See below to the link to the book on the KALEID website, where you can purchase it: http://www.kaleideditions.com/product/on-innards-publications/

Click on the link below to read more about the KALEID editions US tour, its purpose and the ideas and rationale behind it: http://www.kaleideditions.com/usa-tour/

On Innards | Publication – part of ‘Prescriptions’ exhibition at The Drawing Room, Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Canterbury, 21 April – 25 September 2016

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On Innards | Publication is part of the ‘Prescriptions’ exhibition at  The Drawing Room, Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, from 21 April- 25 September 2016, curated by Dr Stella Bolaki and Egidija Čiricaitė. The exhibition presents artists’ books by Maine book artist Martha Hall for the first time in the UK, alongside artists’ books by national and international artists responding to themes of art and wellbeing. Hall’s books, created from 1998 until her death in 2003, document her experiences with breast cancer and her interactions with the medical community.

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Participating artists are Mara Acoma, Sophie Adams, Veronica Adamson, Judith Alder, Penny Alexander, Karen Apps, Gunilla Åsberg, Bini Atkinson, Heather Beardsley,  Gaby Berglund Cardenas,  Marina Biagini, Janet Marie Bradley, Julie Brixey-Williams, Veronique Chance,  Sally Chinea, Egidija Ciricaite,  Carole Cluer,  Allison Cooke Brown, Margaret Cooter,  Amanda Couch, George Cullen, Fiona Davies, Emma Dolphin, Stephen Emmerson, Beth Evans, Bernard Fairhurst, Ashley Fitzgerald, Yvonne J Foster, Dylan Fox, Elizabeth Fraser,  Paula Garcia Stone, Sue Hague, Sarah Harley, Cas Holmes, Deborah Humm, Winnie Yoe, Dávid Katona,  Sonia Kneepkens Gemma Lacey,  Pauline Lamont-Fisher, Mindy Lee,  Melisa Lopez, Celeste Maia,  Andrew Malone,  Kirsty McKenzie, Nicki McNaney, Lise Melhorn-Boe, Virginia Milici, Melanie Mowinski, Emma Oconnor, Carol Pairaudeau, Anne Parfitt, David Paton, Christine Pereira-Adams, Corinne Perry, Clare Petherick, Susannah Pickering, Marta Pieregonczuk, Stevie Ronnie, Anne Rook, Mary Rouncefield, Angel Sameth, Erin K. Schmidt, Maya Schueller Elmes, Ruth Shaw-Williams, Ruchika Wason Singh,  Alison Stewart,  Randi Annie Strand, Noriko Suzuki-Bosco, Carolyn Thompson, Wendy Ann Titmus, Josie Vallely, Lizanne van Essen,  Susan Walther,  Amanda Watson-Will, Susie Wilson, Alexa Wright, Lena Wurz.

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To view the online catalogue of Prescriptions please click here.

On Innards | Publication at Artists’ Books and the Medical Humanities symposium & Prescriptions exhibition, Beaney House, Canterbury

Amanda Couch will be presenting On Innards | Publication alongside her own recent bookworks at the Artists’ Books and the Medical Humanities: Interdisciplinary Symposium on Thursday 21 April 2016, Cathedral Lodge, Canterbury. The symposium launches the Prescriptions exhibition of artists’ books by Martha A. Hall and other artists at the Beaney Museum of Art & Knowledge, Canterbury, Kent, where On Innards | Publication will be on show. The exhibition continues until Sunday 14 August 2016.

The symposium, co-organised by the University of Kent’s School of English and the University of New England’s Maine Women Writers Collection, will explore connections between artists’ books, health/illness and medicine.

More information about the symposium can be found at this link: http://www.kent.ac.uk/english/research/conferences/artistsbooks.html

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More information can be found at http://www.canterbury.co.uk/Beaney/whats_on/Exhibitions.aspx

An online catalogue of the exhibition can be viewed here: https://issuu.com/prescriptions/docs/prescriptions_catalogue_sm

 

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