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Artists' Books Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SCA-0069
Scope and Contents Artists’ books are works of art in the form of a book. This collection consists of 67 artists’ books created between 1976 and 2012. It includes works by famous artists like Chuck Close and Ed Ruscha as well as young emerging artists during the period.
Dates: 1976 - 2014

100 New York Mysteries, 2006

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: TR659.8 .K723 2006
Scope and Contents "I moved to New York from Los Angeles and fell instantly in love with The City. I'd visited Paris and Rome, Chicago and Miami, but New York was The City. And it felt like home. The city also looked and felt alive, offering mysterious bits of beautifulness everywhere I looked. In 2003, I started taking pictures of steam coming out of the streets and sidewalks. I was mildly obsessed. We didn't have steam like this in L.A. so I set out to capture every permutation of it: seeping, spewing,...
Dates: Publication: 2006

Fellow Travellers, 2009

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: N7433.4 .H66 F46 2009
Scope and Contents "This publication is a boxed edition that contains the amateur photographs which [the artist] had collected for the installation Blood Bath and Beyond presented at hiromi yoshii, the gallery in Kiyosumi, Tokyo in 2007. All photographs are replicated exactly as they are, with same paper quality, same surface coating, same inscription on the reverse side and same decoration of cutting on the edge, as well as full-sized with same colors."--from editionnord.com
Dates: Copyright: 2009

Making Money, 2010

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: (N6537 .W28 A4 2010
Scope and Contents "This text is an artist's book created by Andy Warhol in 1981 at Christmas time for Berkeley Reinhold, the cousin of art-advocate Henry Geldzahler. Beginning with a simple outline and embodying a flipbook-like genesis, abstract drawings by Warhol become increasingly recognizable as the artist's dollar sign."--from the CUNY catalog record
Dates: Publication: 2010

Desire Archive, 2007

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: N7433.4 .O76 D47 2007
Scope and Contents This book by artist Unnar Örn documents the slow destruction of unprotected archival materials the artist had collected for an art installation about house plants in Reykjavik.
Dates: Publication: 2007

Tree of Codes, 2010

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: N7433.4 .F6 T74 2010
Scope and Contents Created by bestselling author, Jonathan Safran Foer, this book is a cut-up version of the author's favorite novel, The Street of Crocodiles, by Bruno Schulz. In cutting up the original author's text, Foer said that his book is "a small response" to the original book or "a continuation of its creation," that he felt that what he created was "a gravestone rubbing" or a transcription of a dream of the original book.
Dates: Publication: 2010

The Book of Warnings, 2001

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: N7433.4 .D44 B66 2001
Scope and Contents "The Book of Warnings was designed, silkscreen printed, and handbound by Daniela Deeg in an edition of 50 copies at the Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY during Fall 2001. It is published by the Women's Studio Workshop which is funded in part by the New York State Council of the Arts."--from the colophon of the book
Dates: Copyright: 2001

Good Eats, 2005

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: N4733.4 .C374 G665 2005
Scope and Contents "The book was designed and printed at the Women's Studio Workshop during a residency which was made possible with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York State Council of the Arts. Good Eats was screen printed on Mohawk Superfine 160 lb. paper using text from found sources."--from the colophon of the book
Dates: Copyright: 2005

Baku & Back, 2009

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: N7433.4 .G54 B24 2009
Scope and Contents This book documents the journey the artist, Ingo Giezendanner, makes from Zurich to a town called Baku. The artist says it is his statement "to go out, see the world and avoid airplanes. Take your time and enjoy the view on your train ride."
Dates: Publication: 2009

Expurgated, 2013

 Item — Box: 4
Identifier: N7433.4 .K426 E97 2013
Scope and Contents "Issued in a decorated folded enclosure and resealable plastic bag. Edition limited to 300 numbered copies signed by the artist. Item opens up into the shape of a pyramid, designed to store the enclosed tea bag, the base of which contains the text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 2-3; those words are also printed separately on slivers of paper inserted into a tea bag and issued in separate smaller resealable plastic bag."--from the CUNY catalog record
Dates: Publication: 2013