archive M to Z

Mackin, Leah  #109    05/18/2016
Leah Mackin is an artist based in Pittsburgh; Esther S. White guest hosts.

Mackie, Lisa  #12      06/22/2011
Laurence Fayard guest-hosts a panel discussion with Alexander Campo director, The Center for Book Arts;  Rocio Cerón poet and editor/publisher of El Billar de Lucrecia;  Gavin Dovey  bookbinder, Paper Dragon BooksLisa Mackie  printmaker;  Natalia Porter  designer/visual artist.

Map as Metaphor 1   #111a        07/06/2016
Panel 1: “The Socio-Political Map: Control and Power”
Moderator: Heidi Neilson, artist and co-founder of SP Weather Station.
Panelists: Neil Freeman, cartographer, artist, and urban planner
Shannon Mattern, media artist and Associate Professor of Media Studies at The New School
Lize Mogel, artist and co-editor of An Atlas of Radical Cartography

Map as Metaphor 2   #111b       07/13/2016
Panel 2: “The Eco-Techno Map: Data and Online Initiatives”
Moderator: Heidi Neilson, artist and co-founder of SP Weather Station
Panelists: Liz Barry, urban designer, co-founder & co-director of TreeKIT, and co-founder and director of Community Development at Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science
Ingrid Burrington, artist-in-residence at Data and Society Research Institute and fellow at Autodesk/Pier 9’s Experimental Research Lab, Eric W. Sanderson, director of the Mannahatta Project, author, and Senior Conservation Ecologist, Wildlife Conservation Society, Natalie Campbell, independent curator and co-founder of SP Weather Station

Map as Metaphor 3   #111c       07/20/2016
Panel 3: “The Artist Map: Appropriation and Creation”
Moderator: Heidi Neilson, artist and co-founder of SP Weather Station.
Panelists: Doug Beube, mixed-media artist and independent curator
Martin C. Brückner, Associate Director of the Center of Material Culture Studies and Professor of English, University of Delaware, Dahlia Elsayed, artist and Assistant Professor of Humanities at CUNY LaGuardia Community College, Katarina Jerinic, mixed-media artist and public space-based interventionist

Maranda, Michael  #48       01/02/2013
Michael Maranda is a Toronto-based artist with an interest in artists' books. He is the proprietor of Parasitic Ventures Press, a baker at The Book Bakery and a member of ABC Artists' Books Cooperative.

Maret, Russel  #86d       12/31/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The fourth panel was Letterpress Today and Its Revelancy for Artmaking
with Katherine Ruffin, Book Arts Program Director, Wellesley College as moderator. Panelists -
Duke Collier, Robin Price, Russell Maret and Mark Dimunation

Mattern, Shannon  #111a       07/06/2016
Map as Metaphor 
Panel 1: “The Socio-Political Map: Control and Power”
Moderator: Heidi Neilson, artist and co-founder of SP Weather Station.
Panelists: Neil Freeman, cartographer, artist, and urban planner
Shannon Mattern, media artist and Associate Professor of Media Studies at The New School
Lize Mogel, artist and co-editor of An Atlas of Radical Cartography

Mauriello, Barbara  #21       10/26/2011
Barbara Mauriello publishes her own one-of-a-kind and limited edition artist books. She also collaborates with other artists and writers in producing limited editions of their work in book form.

McCarney, Scott  #27      02/01/2012
Artist and educator Scott McCarney lives, works and gardens in Rochester, New York.

MenesesKremer  #112       08/03/2016
Portable Editions was founded in 2014 by Juana Meneses + Leila A. Leder Kremer, in Miami, FL;  Carol Todaro guest hosts.

Miller, Cathryn  #72      03/05/2014
Cathryn Miller of Byopia Press recently exhibited Word View , altered books from discarded dictionaries and encyclopedias, in Saskatoon, Canada.

Miller, Julia  #113      10/26/2016
Julia Miller is a book conservator and bookbinding historian based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  She is the author of Books Will Speak Plain and edits the Suave Mechanicals series of essays on the history of bookbinding, all published by The Legacy Press.

Miller, Rhonda  #13      07/06/2011
Rhonda Miller is the proprietor of My Handbound Books, an Etsy store and the publisher of My Handbound Books, a bookbinding blog.

Miller, Steve  #40      09/05/2012
Steve Miller coordinates the Book Arts MFA Program at The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. He is the longtime host of the Book Artists and Poets podcast series.

Miller, Steve  #101       01/20/2016
Book artist Steve Miller of Red Hydra Press speaks about his current work in Cuba; Christopher Davenport guest hosts.

Millman, Toby  #78       06/04/2014
Toby Millman is a printmaker, photographer and sound collector. She is based in Hamtramck, an island city surrounded by Detroit.

Minsky, Richard  #86a       11/19/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The first panel was Disseminating Ideas through Artist Books with David Platzker, Curator of Drawings and Prints, MoMA as moderator. Panelists - Philip Aarons, Richard Minsky, Maddy Rosenberg and Marvin Sackner

Mogel, Lize  #111a       07/06/2016
Map as Metaphor 
Panel 1: “The Socio-Political Map: Control and Power”
Moderator: Heidi Neilson, artist and co-founder of SP Weather Station.
Panelists: Neil Freeman, cartographer, artist, and urban planner
Shannon Mattern, media artist and Associate Professor of Media Studies at The New School
Lize Mogel, artist and co-editor of An Atlas of Radical Cartography

Moore, Barbara  #86c       12/17/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The third panel was The Artist Book as a Vehicle for Social Commentary with Tony White,  Library Director & Curator, Maryland Institute College of Art as moderator. Panelists -
Barbara Moore, Monica Oppen, Robert Ruben, Marshall Weber and Martha Wilson 

Morris, Beth  #42       10/03/2012
Beth Morris is an assistant librarian at the Yale Center for British Art. Her 2010 MSLS thesis focuses on how artists' book collections are used, accessed and developed within academic institutions.

Morris, Dan  #32       04/11/2012
Dan Morris and Micah Slawinski-Currier co-own The Dale Guild Type Foundry, one of the last producers of true metal foundry type; Dan also runs The Arm Letterpress. Guest-host is Russell Maret.


Moveable Type  #22      11/09/2011
Moveable Type is Kyle Durrie, currently on the road with a fully functional letterpress printshop inside her 1982 Chevy step van.

Neilson, Heidi  #9      05/11/2011
The SP Weather Station is a rooftop weather station in Long Island City, New York. Co-founded by artists Natalie Campbell and Heidi Neilson, SPWS organizes weather-related publications, exhibitions and events.
 
Nielsen, Karla  #95      09/30/2015
The Pine Tree Scholars program introduces Columbia and Barnard students to the crafts associated with fine book production, such as typography, letterpress printing, bookbinding, and papermaking, as well as to the rare and art book trades.  The program is run by Teresa Harris, Curator of Avery Classics at Columbia's Avery Art & Architecture Library; Karla Nielsen, Curator of Literature in Columbia's Rare Book & Manuscript Library; and Shannon O'Neill, Associate Director of Archives & Special Collections at Barnard College.

Noel, Will  #39       07/18/2012
Will Noel is Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. He is also an Archimedes Palimpsest enthusiast, and he likes to make Creative Commons digital assets out of medieval manuscripts.

Oppen, Monica  #86c      12/17/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The third panel was The Artist Book as a Vehicle for Social Commentary with Tony White,  Library Director & Curator, Maryland Institute College of Art as moderator. Panelists -
Barbara Moore, Monica Oppen, Robert Ruben, Marshall Weber and Martha Wilson 


Oppenheim, Shirley  #81       07/23/2014
Perception Shift: Contemporary Artists Working with the Book Form is a panel discussion in which contemporary artists Noah Breuer, Sheryl Oppenheim and Anne Vieux speak about their artistic practice and how it has come to include the artist book.  The panel, moderated by Alexander Campos, Director and Curator at The Center for Book Arts, was organized by Small Editions.

Or Books  #38       07/04/2012
Or Books is the fiction and non-fiction publisher known for embracing progressive change in politics, culture and business. Co-founder Colin Robinson addresses the challenges facing contemporary publishing.

O'Reilly, Adam  #23      11/16/2011
Artist, musician and writer Adam O'Reilly is on staff at Printed Matter,
the world's largest non-profit organization promoting publications made by artists.

Panel   #12      06/22/2011
Laurence Fayard guest-hosts a panel discussion with Alexander Campo director, The Center for Book Arts;  Rocio Cerón poet and editor/publisher of El Billar de Lucrecia;  Gavin Dovey  bookbinder, Paper Dragon BooksLisa Mackie  printmaker;  Natalia Porter  designer/visual artist.

Peachey, Jeff  #3      02/16/2011
Jeff Peachey is the owner of a New York City-based studio for the conservation of books, and the inventor of conservation tools and machines. He regularly writes about books and tools on his blog.

Pereira, Priya  #35      05/23/2012
Mumbai-based artist Priya Pereira of Pixiebks recently visited New York; Cheryl Costello guest-hosts.


Perez, Emilio Chapela  #93c       08/05/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 3: “Artists Activating the Archive”
This panel examines the ways in which creative writers, visual artists, and performers are using archives as a catalyst in their own work and re-contextualizing archives as artwork. This panel focuses on the evolving collaboration between archival professionals and artists and how this new work is changing archives and art. Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library. The panelists - D. Graham Burnett, Performance artist and writer, New York
Donald Daedalus, Visual artist, New York and past Center for Book Arts Scholar
Emilio Chapela Perez, Visual Artist, Mexico City
Lytle Shaw, Poet and Professor of English, New York University
Matt Wolf, independent filmmaker, New York.

Peterson, Andrea  #80      07/09/2014
Andrea Peterson is one half of Hook Pottery Paper, a studio farm in northwest Indiana combining ceramic sculpture, artist's books, handmade paper, pottery and fresh eggs.

Platzker, David  #86a      11/19/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The first panel was Disseminating Ideas through Artist Books with David Platzker, Curator of Drawings and Prints, MoMA as moderator. Panelists - Philip Aarons, Richard Minsky, Maddy Rosenberg and Marvin Sackner

Porter, Natalia  #12      06/22/2011
Laurence Fayard guest-hosts a panel discussion with Alexander Campo director, The Center for Book Arts;  Rocio Cerón poet and editor/publisher of El Billar de Lucrecia;  Gavin Dovey  bookbinder, Paper Dragon BooksLisa Mackie  printmaker;  Natalia Porter  designer/visual artist.

Powers, Trevor  #107       04/20/2016
Trevor Powers works with photographs, artist books, collaboration, coincidence and curatorial projects in western Massachusetts.

Price, Robin  #86d      12/31/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The fourth panel was Letterpress Today and Its Revelancy for Artmaking
with Katherine Ruffin, Book Arts Program Director, Wellesley College as moderator. Panelists -
Duke Collier, Robin Price, Russell Maret and Mark Dimunation

Rackover, Suzanne  #56        05/15/2013
Suzanne Rackover is Art Librarian at the Banff Centre where she oversees the Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives collection of 4,200 artist’s books.

Randal, Karen  #57      05/29/2013
Karen Randall's Propolis Press publishes fine letterpress artist's books with contemporary poetry; her Least Weasel Chapbooks publishes experimental poetry with letterpress covers.

Rash, Don  #89      05/20 2015
Don Rash is a longtime hand bookbinder, calligrapher and letterpress printer.  He founded and is instructor of the School of Formal Bookbinding in Northeast Pennsylvania.

Reanimation Library  #4          03/02/2011
The Reanimation Library is a small, independent library based in Brooklyn. It serves artists, writers and other cultural archeologists.

Repositioning the Archive Panel  1   #93a        07/22/2015
Panel 1: “Understanding Archives and Recent Shifts”
This panel takes a historical and theoretical approach to discussing the history, theory and practice of archives as well as the way in which most people understand archives as material culture in relation to a lived history. Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library. The panelists - Jonathan Berger, 80WSE Gallery, Director and Artist
Ann E. Butler, Bard College, Library & Archives, Center for Curatorial Studies, Director
Glenn E. Wharton, New York University, Clinical Associate Professor of Museum Studies.

Repositioning the Archive Panel 2   #93b        07/29/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 2: “Innovative Practices of Presenting Archives to the Public”
This panel considers the ways in which archivists and curators are changing their presentation of archives as material culture to respond to new content and new users, including artists and the general public.  Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library.
The panelists - Andrew Blackley, Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation, Archivist, and Artist
Ben Vershbow, New York Public Library, Director, NYPL Labs
Martha Wilson, Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc, Founding Director.

Repositioning the Archive Panel 3   #93c         08/05/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 3: “Artists Activating the Archive”
This panel examines the ways in which creative writers, visual artists, and performers are using archives as a catalyst in their own work and re-contextualizing archives as artwork. This panel focuses on the evolving collaboration between archival professionals and artists and how this new work is changing archives and art. Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library. The panelists - D. Graham Burnett, Performance artist and writer, New York
Donald Daedalus, Visual artist, New York and past Center for Book Arts Scholar
Emilio Chapela Perez, Visual Artist, Mexico City
Lytle Shaw, Poet and Professor of English, New York University
Matt Wolf, independent filmmaker, New York.

Resnick, Sarah  #30       03/14/2012
French Theory Today: An Introduction to Possible Futures was published as a pamphlet series by The Public School New York. Anne Callahan, Sarah Resnick and Kamomi Solidum transcribed, researched, solicited, edited, designed, hand-Risographed and handbound the 700 pamphlets.


Reuter, William  #67       11/27/2013
The Aliquando Press is celebrating its 45th anniversary and its 100th book. Andrew Steeves of Gaspereau Press speaks with William Reuter.

Reynolds, Corina  #117       02/01/2017
The Book, the Woman and the Body Politic - an artist talk and panel with Tatana Kellner and Juliana Cerqueira Leite, moderated by Corina Reynolds of Small Editions.  This event was part of the NY Art Book Fair 2016, at MoMA PS1.

Robinson, Colin  #38       07/04/2012   
Or Books is the fiction and non-fiction publisher known for embracing progressive change in politics, culture and business. Co-founder Colin Robinson addresses the challenges facing contemporary publishing.

Rogers, Ruth  #86b      12/03/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The second panel was Artists Books: Meaning through Materials and Structure
with Molly Schwartzburg, Librarian/Curator, University of Virginia as moderator. Panelists - Molly Schwartzburg, Mary Austin, Jack Ginsberg, Anne Kalmbach, Ruth Rogers and Robbin Ami Silverberg

Roush, Paula  #50      01/30/2013
Born in Lisbon, artist Paula Roush currently lives in London. She organized an installation of 'ABCED' - a group project of ABC Artists' Book Cooperative, celebrating the 75th birthday of Ed Ruscha.


Rosenberg, Maddy  #86a      11/19/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The first panel was Disseminating Ideas through Artist Books with David Platzker, Curator of Drawings and Prints, MoMA as moderator. Panelists - Philip Aarons, Richard Minsky, Maddy Rosenberg and Marvin Sackner

Ruben, Robert  #86c     12/17/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The third panel was The Artist Book as a Vehicle for Social Commentary with Tony White,  Library Director & Curator, Maryland Institute College of Art as moderator. Panelists -
Barbara Moore, Monica Oppen, Robert Ruben, Marshall Weber and Martha Wilson 


Ruffin, Katherine  #86d        12/31/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The fourth panel was Letterpress Today and Its Revelancy for Artmaking
with Katherine Ruffin, Book Arts Program Director, Wellesley College as moderator. Panelists -
Duke Collier, Robin Price, Russell Maret and Mark Dimunation

Sackner, Marvin  #86a       11/19/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The first panel was Disseminating Ideas through Artist Books with David Platzker, Curator of Drawings and Prints, MoMA as moderator. Panelists - Philip Aarons, Richard Minsky, Maddy Rosenberg and Marvin Sackner

Sanderson, Eric W.  #111b       07/13/2016
Map as Metaphor 
Panel 2: “The Eco-Techno Map: Data and Online Initiatives”
Moderator: Heidi Neilson, artist and co-founder of SP Weather Station
Panelists: Liz Barry, urban designer, co-founder & co-director of TreeKIT, and co-founder and director of Community Development at Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science
Ingrid Burrington, artist-in-residence at Data and Society Research Institute and fellow at Autodesk/Pier 9’s Experimental Research Lab, Eric W. Sanderson, director of the Mannahatta Project, author, and Senior Conservation Ecologist, Wildlife Conservation Society, Natalie Campbell, independent curator and co-founder of SP Weather Station

Schanilek, Gaylord  #119e      03/29/2017
Gaylord Schanilek established his press, Midnight Paper Sales, in 1980.

Schroeder, Keri  #121       05/10/2017
Oakland-based Keri Schroeder publishes  the new podcast series Books in the Wild- exploring books in their natural habitat.

Schwartzburg, Molly  #86b      12/03/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The second panel was Artists Books: Meaning through Materials and Structure
with Molly Schwartzburg, Librarian/Curator, University of Virginia as moderator. Panelists - Molly Schwartzburg, Mary Austin, Jack Ginsberg, Anne Kalmbach, Ruth Rogers and Robbin Ami Silverberg

Share, Susan Joy  #123     09/20/17
Susan Joy Share has worked with book art for 40 years, first in Brooklyn and then, since 1997, in Anchorage, Alaska. Guest host is Paula Beardell Krieg. Susan's 1992 video is here.

Shaw, Lytle  #93b       08/05/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 3: “Artists Activating the Archive”
This panel examines the ways in which creative writers, visual artists, and performers are using archives as a catalyst in their own work and re-contextualizing archives as artwork. This panel focuses on the evolving collaboration between archival professionals and artists and how this new work is changing archives and art. Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library. The panelists - D. Graham Burnett, Performance artist and writer, New York
Donald Daedalus, Visual artist, New York and past Center for Book Arts Scholar
Emilio Chapela Perez, Visual Artist, Mexico City
Lytle Shaw, Poet and Professor of English, New York University
Matt Wolf, independent filmmaker, New York.

Sheehan, Elizabeth  #114      11/09/2016
Kyle Holland is an artist in Cleveland Ohio; he teaches bookbinding and paper making workshops, and coordinates workshops and paper sales at the Morgan Conservatory. Elizabeth Sheehan is an artist in Brooklyn; she is studio assistant and bookbinder at Small Editions and a core instructor at The Center for Book Arts in NYC.

Silverberg, Robbin Ami  #86b       12/03/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The second panel was Artists Books: Meaning through Materials and Structure
with Molly Schwartzburg, Librarian/Curator, University of Virginia as moderator. Panelists - Molly Schwartzburg, Mary Austin, Jack Ginsberg, Anne Kalmbach, Ruth Rogers and Robbin Ami Silverberg

Silverberg, Robbin Ami  #98         11/25/2015
Robbin Ami Silverberg is an artist and founding director of Dobbin Mill, a hand-papermaking studio, and Dobbin Books, a collaborative artist book studio located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Guest host is Elizabeth Whalley.

Slawinski-Currier, Micah  #32         04/11/2012
Dan Morris and Micah Slawinski-Currier co-own The Dale Guild Type Foundry, one of the last producers of true metal foundry type; Dan also runs The Arm Letterpress. Guest-host is Russell Maret.

Small Editions  #76       04/30/2014
Kimberly McClure and Corina Reynolds are founding partners of Small Editions, a studio and press based in Brooklyn.

Small Editions panel   #81       07/23/2014
Perception Shift: Contemporary Artists Working with the Book Form is a panel discussion in which contemporary artists Noah Breuer, Sheryl Oppenheim and Anne Vieux speak about their artistic practice and how it has come to include the artist book.  The panel, moderated by Alexander Campos, Director and Curator at The Center for Book Arts, was organized by Small Editions.

Small Editions panel   #117       02/01/2017
The Book, the Woman and the Body Politic - an artist talk and panel with Tatana Kellner and Juliana Cerqueira Leite, moderated by Corina Reynolds of Small Editions.  This event was part of the NY Art Book Fair 2016, at MoMA PS1.
 
Smith, Karen  #60      07/10/2013
Karen Smith, Special Collections Librarian at Dalhousie University,  discusses the Douglas Cockerell Fine Binding Collection - medieval and renaissance bindings assembled by famed bookbinder Douglas Cockerell.

Smith, Keith  #83      10/08/2014
Keith Smith has been making artists' books, poetry books, text books and dictionaries since 1967. Elizabeth Howard guest-hosts.


Solidum, Kamomi  #30       03/14/2012
French Theory Today: An Introduction to Possible Futures was published as a pamphlet series by The Public School New York. Anne Callahan, Sarah Resnick and Kamomi Solidum transcribed, researched, solicited, edited, designed, hand-Risographed and handbound the 700 pamphlets.

Spector, Buzz  #104      03/02/2016
Buzz Spector speaks about his work in conjunction with the exhibit Buzz Spector: The Book Under (De-) Construction at The Center for Book Arts in NYC.

Speed, Emily  #2       02/02/2011
Emily Speed is a UK-based artist who works in sculpture, installation, drawing, performance and books. She conceives her books as part of larger art works. She founded Artists' Book Fair Liverpool.

SP Weather Station  #9       05/11/2011
The SP Weather Station is a rooftop weather station in Long Island City, New York. Co-founded by artists Natalie Campbell and Heidi Neilson, SPWS organizes weather-related publications, exhibitions and events.

Steeves, Andrew  #61       07/24/2013
Andrew Steeves is co-founder and co-publisher of Gaspereau Press, established in 1997.

Stenson, George  #8       04/27#/2011
George Stenson is the founder of  Tedorigawa Bookmakers, a bindery in Kanazawa, Japan. Over the last four years, his short Tedorigawa bookbinding audio dramas have gained an international following.

Stopka, Natalie  #43      10/17/2012
Natalie Stopka binds books using uncommon fibers, repurposed hand dyed fabrics and vintage textiles. She was a 2011/12 Van Lier/Stein Scholar at the Center for Book Arts, NYC and a 2012 intern at the Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn.

Strike Three Press  #6      03/30/2011
Situated in Brooklyn, Strike Three Press publishes handbound illustrated letterpress books.

Strugalla, Johannes  #119a      03/01/2017
Johannes Strugalla lives and works in Mainz and Paris. A visual artist and a poet, he is a co-founder of despalles éditions with his wife Françoise Despalles.

Taylor, Katherine  #84      10/22/2014
Joe Landry is a book conservator and designer bookbinder;  Katherine Taylor is an apprenticing binder. They recently participated in filming the mini-series of Lawrence Hill's award winning 2007 novel The Book of Negroes. It debuts at Cannes in October 2014.

Taylor, Leah  #110      06/15/2016
Leah Taylor is an active freelance writer and the Associate curator of the Kenderdine Art Gallery and College Building Galleries on the University of Saskatchewan campus in Saskatoon, Canada. The inaugural Toronto Art Book Fair features her exhibit Somewhere in the Middle with artists Amalie Atkins, Joi Arcand, Troy Gronsdahl, Ellen Moffat, and Kara Uzelman.

Taylor, Marvin J.  #93a        07/22/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 1: “Understanding Archives and Recent Shifts”
This panel takes a historical and theoretical approach to discussing the history, theory and practice of archives as well as the way in which most people understand archives as material culture in relation to a lived history. Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library. The panelists - Jonathan Berger, 80WSE Gallery, Director and Artist
Ann E. Butler, Bard College, Library & Archives, Center for Curatorial Studies, Director
Glenn E. Wharton, New York University, Clinical Associate Professor of Museum Studies.

Tedorigawa Bookmakers  #8       04/27/2011
George Stenson is the founder of  Tedorigawa Bookmakers, a bindery in Kanazawa, Japan. Over the last four years, his short Tedorigawa bookbinding audio dramas have gained an international following.

The Bonefolder e-journal   #28      02/15/2012
The Bonefolder, an open-access online journal founded in 2004, ceased publication in January 2012. Founder and publisher Peter Verheyen and long-time editor Karen Hanmer comment. Miriam Schaer guest-hosts.
 
The Dawson Collection  #18       09/14/2011
The Dawson Collection is one of Canada's most significant collections of functional typographical material, including over 1500 drawers of metal and wood type. It is maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers - The Letterpress Gang.

Todaro, Carol  #118     05/04/2016
Miami-based Carol Todaro is an artist and writer whose work often combines both activities in the form of sculptural tableaus and artists' books.

Twigg, Jonna  #103     02/17/2016
Jonna Twigg is the proprietor of Twigg's Bindery, a new storefront in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

Ugly Duckling Presse  #75       04/16/2014
Ugly Duckling Presse publishes non-commercial literature and promotes emerging writers, international writers and forgotten writers. Anna Moschovakis and Linda Trimbath are members of the UDP Editorial Collective.

Uteg, Abigail  #20      10/12/2011
Abigail Uteg is a second year conservation student at West Dean College in England. Her 2009 video The Complex of All of These, documenting the making of her artist's book of the same name, currently has 100,000 views on YouTube.

Uthuppuru, Mary  #77      05/14/2014
Mary Uthuppuru of Spring Leaf Press is Program Chair of the Guild of Bookworkers Midwest Chapter and the coordinator of Plainly Spoken, the 2013-14 GBW Midwest juried traveling exhibit inspired by Julia Miller's Books Will Speak Plain (The Legacy Press, 2010).

van Aswegen, Heléne  #94       09/16/2015
Heléne van Aswegen is an art and book specialist in the Visual Arts Department at Stellenbosch University, in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

van Leeuwen, Jan Storm  #82      09/24/2014
Jan Storm van Leeuwen is retired Keeper of the Binding Collection at the Royal Dutch Library in the Hague, an acclaimed historian of the book and bookbinding, and a first ILAB Breslauer Prize winner. Cara Schlesinger guest-hosts.

Van Vliet, Claire  #90       06/10/2015
Claire Van Vliet of the Janus Press delivers a Spring 2015 Visual Art Lecture at Bennington College in Vermont.

Verheyen, Peter  #7        04/13/2011
Peter Verheyen is a conservator and bookbinder. He created and maintains The Book Arts Web and is the founder and publisher of an e-journal, The Bonefolder.

Verheyen, Peter  #28       02/15/2012
The Bonefolder, an open-access online journal founded in 2004, ceased publication in January 2012. Founder and publisher Peter Verheyen and long-time editor Karen Hanmer comment. Miriam Schaer guest-hosts.

Vershbow, Ben  #93b      07/29/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 2: “Innovative Practices of Presenting Archives to the Public”
This panel considers the ways in which archivists and curators are changing their presentation of archives as material culture to respond to new content and new users, including artists and the general public.  Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library.
The panelists - Andrew Blackley, Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation, Archivist, and Artist
Ben Vershbow, New York Public Library, Director, NYPL Labs
Martha Wilson, Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc, Founding Director.

Vieux, Anne  #81      07/23/2014
Perception Shift: Contemporary Artists Working with the Book Form is a panel discussion in which contemporary artists Noah Breuer, Sheryl Oppenheim and Anne Vieux speak about their artistic practice and how it has come to include the artist book.  The panel, moderated by Alexander Campos, Director and Curator at The Center for Book Arts, was organized by Small Editions.

Vinzani, Bernie  #74       04/02/2014
At the University of Maine at Machias, Bernie Vinzani directs the undergraduate Book Arts Studio, the UMM Press and the Gallery for the Book.

Walkup, Kathleen  #31      03/28/2012
Kathleen Walkup is a founding member of the The College Book Art Association; she also directs the book art program at Mills College in Oakland, California.

Wang, Yishu  #116       01/11/2017
Yishu Wang is one of 11 Chinese contemporary book artists exhibiting at the 2017 CODEX Book Fair and Symposium.

Weber, Marshall  #86c         12/17/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The third panel was The Artist Book as a Vehicle for Social Commentary with Tony White,  Library Director & Curator, Maryland Institute College of Art as moderator. Panelists -
Barbara Moore, Monica Oppen, Robert Ruben, Marshall Weber and Martha Wilson 

Weber, Marshall  #119f      04/05/2017
Marshall Weber is an artist and curator.  In 2012, he co-curated the first "Diamond Leaves Triennial" exhibition at the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing with Chinese artist Xu Bing.

Wharton, Glenn E.  #93a       07/22/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 1: “Understanding Archives and Recent Shifts”
This panel takes a historical and theoretical approach to discussing the history, theory and practice of archives as well as the way in which most people understand archives as material culture in relation to a lived history. Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library. The panelists - Jonathan Berger, 80WSE Gallery, Director and Artist
Ann E. Butler, Bard College, Library & Archives, Center for Curatorial Studies, Director
Glenn E. Wharton, New York University, Clinical Associate Professor of Museum Studies.

White, Esther S.  #106       03/30/2016
Esther S. White curates the Northampton Print and Book Fair and publishes collaborative zines and short-run artist books as Sister Sister Books.

White, Jessica C.  #58        06/12/2013
Jessica C. White is co-founder and co-director of Ladies of Letterpress and the author of the newly published Letterpress Now - A DIY Guide to New and Old Printing Methods.

White, Tony  #86c      12/17/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The third panel was The Artist Book as a Vehicle for Social Commentary with Tony White,  Library Director & Curator, Maryland Institute College of Art as moderator. Panelists -
Barbara Moore, Monica Oppen, Robert Ruben, Marshall Weber and Martha Wilson 

Wilson, Martha  #86c       12/17/2014
The Collecting of Artist Books was a colloquium at the Museum of Modern Art, organized by The Center for Book Arts. The third panel was The Artist Book as a Vehicle for Social Commentary with Tony White,  Library Director & Curator, Maryland Institute College of Art as moderator. Panelists -
Barbara Moore, Monica Oppen, Robert Ruben, Marshall Weber and Martha Wilson 

Wilson, Martha  #93b        07/29/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 2: “Innovative Practices of Presenting Archives to the Public”
This panel considers the ways in which archivists and curators are changing their presentation of archives as material culture to respond to new content and new users, including artists and the general public.  Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library.
The panelists - Andrew Blackley, Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation, Archivist, and Artist
Ben Vershbow, New York Public Library, Director, NYPL Labs
Martha Wilson, Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc, Founding Director.

Wolf, Matt  #93c       08/05/2015
Repositioning the Archive
Panel 3: “Artists Activating the Archive”
This panel examines the ways in which creative writers, visual artists, and performers are using archives as a catalyst in their own work and re-contextualizing archives as artwork. This panel focuses on the evolving collaboration between archival professionals and artists and how this new work is changing archives and art. Moderator: Marvin J. Taylor, New York University, Director & Curator, Fales Library. The panelists - D. Graham Burnett, Performance artist and writer, New York
Donald Daedalus, Visual artist, New York and past Center for Book Arts Scholar
Emilio Chapela Perez, Visual Artist, Mexico City
Lytle Shaw, Poet and Professor of English, New York University
Matt Wolf, independent filmmaker, New York.

Yatskevich, Olga  #45       11/14/2012
Matthew Carson, Russet Lederman and Olga Yatskevich organized 10x10 Japanese Photobooks, a pop-up reading room coinciding with the NY Art Book Fair. It was sponsored by the ICP Library and the Photobook Facebook Group.

Yeager, Nicholas  #122       06/14/2017
Nicholas Yeager is a rare books librarian, historian of the book, scribe, motorcyclist, inventor of Zorbix and the travel researcher 'Motoscribendi'.

Zeitz, Gray  #71       02/19/2014
Gray Zeitz of Larkspur Press publishes affordable letterpress books by Kentucky-based writers. Andrew Steeves of Gaspereau Press guest-hosts.