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Re: Artist Book Collection at The Museum of Modern Art
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- Subject: Re: Artist Book Collection at The Museum of Modern Art
- From: Jerry Blaz <ffdog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 4 Jul 1996 14:35:43 -0700
- Message-id: <199607042135.RAA12016@listserv.syr.edu>
- Sender: "The Book Arts: binding, typography, collecting" <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I believe you may have had a typo in directing folks to the Flaxman Library
of the Art Institute. which is on the east side of Michigan Avenue and
actually backs on Grant Park, the Goodman Theater, and eventually, Lake
Michigan. Both Wabash and Monroe run east and west and run into or cross
Michigan avenue. However, Wabash and Monroe are not contiguous one to
another. At least one more east-west street separates them, Jackson
Boulevard. Thus, the Flaxman Library could not be on the corner of Wabash
Jerry Blaz (former Chicagoan)
At 03:28 PM 7/4/96 -0400, you wrote:
>Speaking of "The Franklin Furnace archive of artist books" it might be of
>interest to you bookies who will be visiting Chicago.... The remainder of
>the Franklin Furnace collection that didn't go to MOMA went to the
>"Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection of the Flaxman Library of the School of
>the Art Institute". It is a much more accessible than the MOMA collection
>and is stored in one place... at the corner of South Wabash Ave and West
>Monroe....just around the corner from the Art Institute.
>While the hours are a bit limited in the summer, one can call 312-899-5098
>(the number of Sally Alatalo the curator) and make arrangements to see and
>handle the collection. Check it out!
Jerry Blaz/The BOOKie Joint
7246 Reseda Blvd.
Reseda, CA 91335 USA
Outside of a dog, a man's best friend is a good book.
Inside of a dog, it is too dark to read.