DATE 3/30/2018

Inscrutable and disorienting: Rineke Dijkstra

DATE 3/29/2018

'Ice Cream Headaches' launch event at Pilgrim Surf

DATE 3/25/2018

Modern Women, Greta von Nessen

DATE 3/24/2018

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DATE 3/22/2018

Celebrate Women's History Month with 'Women in Trees'

DATE 3/21/2018

Delight, desire, surprise and trust: Design Is Storytelling

DATE 3/21/2018

Artbook @ MoMA PS1 and Mississippi Records launch 'Dead Moon: The Book' in the MoMA PS1 Book Space

DATE 3/21/2018

Mitch Epstein signing 'Rocks and Clouds' at Dashwood

DATE 3/20/2018

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DATE 3/19/2018

A visual language meant to express beauty in 'Alphonse Mucha'

DATE 3/18/2018

BACK IN STOCK! Mina Stone: Cooking for Artists

DATE 3/17/2018

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a little Belfast Punk

DATE 3/16/2018

What is 'The Sausage of the Future'?

DATE 3/15/2018

The enigmatic, unreadable writings of Mirtha Dermisache

DATE 3/14/2018

Joyce J. Scott: "I skirt the borders between comedy, pathos, delight, and horror"

DATE 3/13/2018

Bringing boundless joy: Anna Zemánková

DATE 3/12/2018

Weird and beautiful: Anna Zemánková

DATE 3/11/2018

Singular, odd and inspiring: Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away

DATE 3/10/2018

Subversive, even scandalous: Francis Picabia: Littérature

DATE 3/10/2018

Mojos, mandalas and divining tools: Chris Martin

DATE 3/9/2018

Provocateurs of the human body in 'Klimt and Schiele: Drawings'

DATE 3/8/2018

Celebrate International Women's Day… 1975 to now!

DATE 3/7/2018

Celebrate Women's History Month with Marina Abramovic's rendition of 'The Ugly Duckling'

DATE 3/6/2018

Watch the Video Trailer for "Johnny Cash at Folsom and San Quentin: Photographs by Jim Marshall"

DATE 3/6/2018

René Magritte: The Revealing Image

DATE 3/5/2018

Chris Martin book launch at Spoonbill Studio

DATE 3/5/2018

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DATE 3/5/2018

SOM to launch 'The Future of Public Space' at the Strand

DATE 3/4/2018

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DATE 3/2/2018

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DATE 3/2/2018

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DATE 3/1/2018

Celebrate Women's History with brand new release, 'Sheila Hicks: Lifelines'

DATE 3/1/2018

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DATE 2/28/2018

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DATE 2/28/2018

Robert Storr and Francesca Pietropaolo in conversation about 'Interviews on Art' at 192 Books

DATE 2/28/2018

Amy Sillman book event and 'Scarlet Street' screening at Metrograph

DATE 2/28/2018

'Entanglements: Plans and Accidents' at the Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Book Space

DATE 2/27/2018

Jack Whitten and the rock-bottom meaning of universality

DATE 2/27/2018

Brian Blomerth's 'XAK'S WAX' zine launch at MoMA PS1 Book Space

DATE 2/26/2018

Black History as told through 'Black Dolls'

DATE 2/25/2018

Unsentimental Wonder: Hilton Als on Alice Neel

DATE 2/24/2018

Boom boxes, break dancing and the Salsa King: Black History from Jamel Shabazz

DATE 2/23/2018

Readings in Criticism with 'unbag' at the MoMA PS1 Book Space

DATE 2/23/2018

The meaning of color, both racial and painterly

DATE 2/22/2018

Swept up by a feeling of awe: Shinique Smith in 'Four Generations'

DATE 2/20/2018

Four Generations of 'Solidary & Solitary' work by artists of African descent

DATE 2/20/2018

Celebrate 60 years of Gerald Holtom's Peace Symbol with 'Jim Marshall: Peace'

DATE 2/19/2018

Reclaiming Images of Black Women in 'Beyond Mammy, Jezebel & Sapphire'

DATE 2/19/2018

Symbols that call us into being: 'Beyond Mammy, Jezebel & Sapphire'

DATE 2/17/2018

Celebrate Black History with Mark Bradford

DATE 2/16/2018

Christian Wassmann book launch at Spoonbill Studio



Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada

Friday, January 12, from 6-8 PM, Printed Matter hosts the launch event for UDP’s facsimile edition of The Blind Man, edited by Marcel Duchamp, Henri-Pierre Roche, and Beatrice Wood in 1917. Scholar and poet Sophie Seita, editor of the facsimile, will be joined by Kim Rosenfeld and Marjorie Welish for a night of performances and readings from and inspired by New York Dada, followed by a conversation moderated by co-editor Harris Bauer. Copies of The Blind Man facsimile edition, named one of the Best Art Books of 2017 by the New York Times, will be available for purchase at the event.

Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada

KIM ROSENFELD is a poet and psychotherapist. She is the author of several books of poetry, including "USO: I’ll Be Seeing You" from Ugly Duckling Presse. Rosenfield is a founding member of the international artist/writers collective, Collective Task. Her clinical writing can be found in "Psychoanalytic Dialogues" and "Studies in Gender and Sexuality." Rosenfield lives and practices in NYC.

SOPHIE SEITA is a Postdoctoral Junior Research Fellow at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, finishing her first monograph on avant-garde magazine communities from proto-Dada to digital publishing networks. Recent scholarly publications include an article on the editing work of Tom Raworth (in "Critical Quarterly"), an essay on the politics of the forum in feminist avant-garde magazines after 1980 (forthcoming in "JML"), and “Thinking the Unprintable in Contemporary Post-Digital Publishing” (in "Chicago Review"). She is also an artist who works with language on the page, in performance, and in translation. Her performance pieces have recently been presented at Company Gallery (NYC), La MaMa Galleria (NYC), Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris), Parasol Unit (London), Bold Tendencies (London), Arnolfini (Bristol), and Royal Academy of Arts (London).

MARJORIE WELISH is the author of several books of poetry, limited-edition constructed artists’ books, and a book of art criticism. Recent books include "The Annotated “Here” and Selected Poems," "Word Group," "Isle of the Signatories," "In the Futurity Lounge /Asylum for Indeterminacy," and "So What So That" (all from Coffee House Press), "The Napkin and Its Double" (with Buzz Spector) and "Oaths? Questions?" (with James Siena), published by Granary Books. She is the recipient of several fellowships and awards including the Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship; St. Edmonds’ College, Cambridge University, Visiting Fellow; Fulbright Senior Fellow at University of Frankfurt, St. Johns College; Judith E. Wilson Fellow in Poetry at Cambridge University, New York Foundation for the Arts. She has taught at Brooklyn College, Brown University, Columbia University, and Pratt Institute.
Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada
Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada
Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada
Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada
Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada
Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada
Printed Matter presents The Blind Man Sees the Fountain: Readings from New York Dada

The Blind Man

The Blind Man

Boxed, special edition, 8.5 x 11.5 in. / 60 pgs / 2 color / 40 b&w / 2 posters.

$70.00  free shipping

DATE 11/19/2017




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