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RE: A&E-Book Arts

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craig roland (rol1851.EDU)
Mon, 13 Oct 1997 22:57:19 -0500


Kathy,

Here are a few references for book arts:

Check out "A Book of One's Own" (I think that's the title?)

You can get ordering info from:

Heinemann
http://www.heinemann.com/hbbc/hbmusart.html

Perhaps the best book out right now on artists' books is "Cover to
Cover"...sorry I can't remember the author's name (my copy is at my office
and I'm at home.) If you're interested in this area, this is a "must buy"
book. Check via your local book store...have them do a search of "Books in
Print" This book comes in both hardcover and softcover.

Here's an artist doing some interesting things with the book:

Meg Belichick
http://arts.endow.gov/Community/Gallery/Belichick.html

Lastly, check out the following web sites:

Book Information Website
http://www.GlobalXS.nl/home/c/cremers/

Center for Book Arts
http://www.avsi.com/minsky/cba.html

Hope this helps.

Craig

>hello... is there anyone out there who may have knowledge of where i can
>find more references (web-based or any media otherwise) about artists who
>deal w/ bookmaking or the process of bookmaking.
>also, i am looking for info dealing w/ artists who use concepts of body
>image in their work. maybe you know of particular folks who explore this
>idea through art.
>
>THANKY.
>
>KATHY!

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