In CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine’s most recent issue, Rosaire Appel delves into the realm of abstract language with her evocative “comic” for the Artist’s Project, Jared Ash travels from the Russian avant-garde to the Newark Public Library’s world class collection of artist’s books and Margaret Craig shares the invention of her press-less printing. November’s catalog insert explores the cartography of worlds both within and without through the works of the artists of Mapping the Surface. Michael Joseph discusses the circumscribing of profane and sacred spaces through mapping, Lilla LoCurto and Bill Outcault their use of digital projections to unfold the body into planes, and Jamie Kruse and Elizabeth Ellsworth expand on their history-spanning collaborations with the scientists of Lake Bonneville.

CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine is published quarterly, coinciding with Gallery II exhibitions. It can be purchased at single issue or subscription prices.