CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine, like its parent gallery, provides a 360 degree view of artist’s books and their integration into the larger art world. In the current issue, Anne Gilman describes the multifarious ways life, death, language, science and music influence her erudite work. April Vollmer provides a cultural, instructional look at the traditional woodblock printmaking technique of Japan and Kelly Wooten explores the gender body politic of the Duke Library Women’s History and Culture Collection. Also appearing is the latest installment of the graphic exploits of Omar Olivera. November’s catalog insert takes a closer look at the Gallery II exhibition Attract/Repel, and includes images and articles by art critic John Haber; artist Katherine Jackson, and dynamic collaborative duo Torino:Margolis, as they address the physicist/philosopher’s dilemma: What is the world? What are we?
CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine is published quarterly, coinciding with Gallery II exhibitions. It can be purchased at single issue or subscription prices.
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