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[BKARTS] Booklyn Events in California

Dear All,

Here's some hot new freshness from Booklyn,

Hope to see you all at these events!


Marshall from Booklyn


The San Francisco Center for the Book 300 De Haro St, San Francisco, CA 94103


Thursday May 19 7pm-9pm


Announcing a new salon series: Third Thursdays with Booklyn West. Hosted
by artist Fred Rinne, the series is free to the public. Paralleling
Booklyn East's longtime First Tuesday salons, these events allow book
artists and the general public to explore innovative practices and ideas
in bookmaking.

Artists in this series include:

May 19: Grux Caroliner. San Francisco underground music and art legend,
Grux makes his first appearance with an exclusive showing of his
intensely detailed artist books. Grux (of Caroliner Rainbow, Rubber O
Cement and more) has been drawing over the pages of huge tomes for two
decades to produce an immense body of work that has never been exhibited.




Artists' Book Conference Exhibition Fair, Los Angeles, CA

Presented by ARLIS/NA Southern California Chapter

Sunday,  May 22, 2005 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Otis College of Art
and Design

Featuring books by California artists
and artists with work in the Getty Artists Turn to the Book
artists books from:

Artnoose, Karen Switzer, Berkely, CA
Artichoke Yink Press, Christopher Wilde, Brooklyn, NY
Bird Brain Press, Mark Wagner, Brooklyn, NY
Ken Campbell, London, England
Chuck Close, N.Y., NY
Fifty Foot Pine Tree Press, Los Angeles, CA / Koriyama, Japan
Poote Press, Ruth Lingen, New York, NY
Red Charming, Emily K. Larned, Brooklyn, NY
Fred Rinne, San Francisco, CA
Veronika Schäpers, Tokyo, Japan
Scott Williams, San Francisco, CA
Xu Bing, Brooklyn, NY

The exhibits are open to the  general public and not restricted solely
to the participants in the conference.

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