Join us at the Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Book Space on September 21st as we celebrate the release of PRIMER. As part of the programming for the New York Art Book Fair, Craven will discuss his first book and expand on his work with fellow artist, Brian Alfred.
Be sure to stick around after the talk, where Craven will be signing copies of PRIMER.
Join us at the New York Public Library on May 22nd as we celebrate the release of Do Angels Need Haircuts? Laurie Anderson and Anne Waldman will come together with Merrill Reed Weiner, Don Fleming, and Hal Willner to talk, reminisce and read aloud from Reed’s previously unheard poetry at the New York Public Library on May 22nd. Join us as Reed’s family and friends bring these rare pieces to life.
Join us in New York at MoMA PS1 for the zine release party of Xak’s Wax from Brooklyn illustrator, cartoonist, musician, podcaster, and vape juice entrepreneur Brian Blomerth! In this freeform “surf composition,” a dog named Xaks gets on his board and confronts the infinite. Marking the latest and most ambitious entry in Blomerth’s recent run of risograph zines, Xak’s Wax is a 24-page psychedelic odyssey in blue, red, black and gold.
The event will feature a visual expanded reading of the zine with narration by Brian, along with character voice work by artist and musician Kate Levitt (Drool, Teeth Mountain, and the Dan Deacon Ensemble). Drinks, tunes, and of course, copies of Xak’s Wax will all be flowing. Come say hi and help us welcome this wonderful zine into the world.
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Join us at the 92nd Street Y in New York on February 15 for a talk with legendary artist, filmmaker and writer Jonas Mekas. Mekas will share anecdotes from his visual autobiography, A Dance with Fred Astaire, featuring a wide array of artistic luminaries. Book signing to follow. See you there!
Join us in Tokyo as we celebrate the finale event for Tino Razo’s incredible book, Party in the Back. We’ll have books for sale, a signing with Tino, great jams, and drinks to toast the event. If you can’t make the opening, you can still check out the exhibition at Bookmarc all week long.