November 5, 7pm, Warren Lehrer – A Life in Books: Multimedia Performance/Reading
November 6, 6-9pm; November 7 and 8, 12-6pm
Akua Inks/Speedball (New York/North Carolina)
The creator of Akua Inks, Susan Rostow, printmaker and book artist, will be demonstrating and giving away free samples of these beautiful, highly pigmented soy based printmaking inks.
A.I.R. Gallery (New York)
A selection of A.I.R. artists will be showing books, prints and printed objects in various media such as ceramics and textiles.
Don Burmeister – Burst387 (New York)
Book projects that center around time based collections. Burst387 is a photographer who captures the urban environment.
Fuse Works (New York)
Fuse Works has been exhibiting and promoting artists’ books, multiples and editions since 2007. Our emphasis is on works that demonstrate a critical approach to the multiple as a distinct conceptual medium.
The Iowa Foil Printing Workshop/
Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (Iowa/New York)
The Iowa Foil Printing Workshop at Iowa University promotes Foil Printing through education, production and exhibition of prints and artist’s books.
EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (RBPMW) is a co-operative printmaking workspace that provides professional-quality printmaking facilities to artists and printmakers of every skill level.
Marie Marcano (Miami/Venezuela)
Marie Marcano is a Venezuelan visual artist based in the U.S.who creates artists’ books and contemporary jewelry.
Sandra March (Barcelona/Miami)
Sandra March is an artist working on interdisciplinary projects that reevaluate society, building a dialog with the viewer and the community.
Max Marek (Berlin)
Max Marek has already produced over two hundred hand-cut books that excavate different levels, as he continues to dissect the body.
Sarah Stengle (Minnesota)
Recent limited editions, and sculptural books incorporating a wide range of materials, such as cast iron, fused glass and toy train parts.
Tamara Ivanova/Michael Bensman (Berlin/Russia)
MTM artists group, represented by Tamara Ivanova and Michael Bensman, present unique books containing caligraphy, original graphic and recycled materials, as well as printed books (silkscreen, intaglio, and book printing).
April Vollmer (New York)
Upon the release of her book, “Japanese Woodblock Print Workshop” published by Watson-Guptill, Volmer will present her own prints and tools to illustrate the process.
Graham Watson (Maryland)
Books, prints and other devices on (mostly) paper, exploring intersections of human industry and culture with broader elements of natural history.