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EVENTS

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 9/17/2015

Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!

Join ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 during the New York Art Book Fair, September 17-20! Our Magazine Store (permanently located in the museum's Entrance Kiosk) will host signings with Mike Mandel, Christian Patterson, Jesper Haynes and Erik van der Weijde. Magazine launches include Conveyor, Foundations and Capricious.

Our Bookstore (permanently located beside M. Wells Dinette on the first floor of the museum) will feature a custom window installation by Erik van der Weijde. Special displays in the bookstore include advance copies of Good 70s, the new boxed facsimile set of early MIke Mandel publications, and the remarkable limited edition Asger Jorn & Jacqueline de Jong: The Case of the Ascetic Satyr. The bookstore will feature a special section of signed photobooks by Ken Schles, Dennis Feldman, Taryn Simon and Ari Marcopolous, among others; signed artist monographs are by Alex Katz, Douglas Gordon, Tomi Ungerer and others. We will also have advance copies of Hal Fischer's Gay Semiotics, Paul Graham's Whiteness of the Whale and a selection of rare and out-of-print titles from our vault. Staff favorites include books by Yoko Ono, Bruno Munari, David Shrigley, Tomi Ungerer, Hervé Tullet and Erik van der Weijde.

To pre-order any of the books, email booksmomaps1@artbook.com.

Scroll down for more information on Erik van der Weijde's installation and our signing schedule.

Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!



ABOUT ERIK VAN DER WEIJDE'S WINDOW INSTALLATION
Since 2003, photographer and book artist Erik van der Weijde has published more than 50 books and zines under his own 4478ZINE imprint or in collaboration with small presses including ROMA, Rollo and Camera Austria. For his NYABF installation in the window between the ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore and M. Wells Dinette (on the ground floor of the museum), he has selected four books on seemingly disparate themes and hung them in an abstract, grid-like pattern so that only their monochromatic, linen-bound covers register visual connections. Relationships between the books' photographic subjects—Third Reich architecture in southern Germany, vernacular table design from around the world, German architecture in Brazil and a boy sleeping in his bed at night—are for the viewer to make intuitively. Van der Weijde will customize copies of one of the featured titles, Pomerode in the ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Magazine Store Saturday, September 19 from 4-5PM. (See below.)



EVENTS & BOOK SIGNINGS

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 6-9 PM

Opening Reception

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
4-5:30 PM: Conveyor will launch issue 7, Time Travel in the Magazine Store. Exploring time travel by employing the camera as a time machine, Conveyor 7 features Matthew C. Lange, Jeremy Haik, Rachel Sussman, Susannah Saylor & Ed Morris of The Canary Project, Felicia Hokansalo, Jonathon Keats, Katie Paterson, Burkhard von Harder, Susan Dobson (of Pictured Past Preset Future), and more!

6-7PM: Mike Mandel and Christian Patterson will sign Good 70s and Bottom of the Lake in the Magazine Store, following their consecutive 4-5PM and 5-6PM talks in David Senior's Classroom series. Good 70s is a boxed collection of new facsimile editions of Mandel's classic self-publications of the 1970s.
Bottom of the Lake is a facsimile of artist Christian Patterson's family telephone book with inserts by the artist.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
3-4 PM: Jesper Haynes will sign copies of his books, St. Marks 1986-2006, New York Darkroom, Shibuya Scramble and GIG, plus his zine, Haynesville, in the Magazine Store.
Haynes began documenting his life 41 years ago, at the age of 12. Since arriving in New York City in the early 1980s, he has photographed his life in the East Village, Bangkok, Stockholm and Tokyo and collected the images in these self-published books and zines.

4-5 PM: Erik van der Weijde will sign a range of titles in the Magazine Store while transforming copies of his newest book, Pomerode, into a unique new object with the help of scissors, colored paper and glue—materials that are not usually part Van der Weijde’s practice. This translation of a figurative series into an abstract work will mirror Van der Weijde's installation in the ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore window.

8-9 PM: Foundations Magazine will launch issue 3, Genre, guest edited by Carly Mark and featuring Florine Mark on the cover, in the Magazine Store. Focused on removing genres like “Postinternet” and “New Media,” as well as larger-scale categories of classification relating to gender and social constructs, Foundations 3 features work by Bridget Donahue, Carly Mark, Guan Xiao, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Trudy Benson, Dwyer Kilcollin, Aria McManus and Maggie Lee.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
2-3:30PM: Capricious Magazine will launch issue 16, Ex, covering ex-lovers, ex-personas, ex-places, ex-lives and more. This issue features work by 40 photographers including Hervé Guibert, Linnéa Sjöberg, Rose Hartman, Sunil Gupta, David Goldblatt and Lee Friedlander. Essays are by essays by Sophie Morner, Anika Sabin and others.



Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!

VISIT OUR TWO STORE LOCATIONS

The ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Magazine Store (above) is located just inside the new entrance to the museum at Jackson and 46th Avenues.

The ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore (below) is located on the first floor of the museum, beside M. Wells' Dinette.

Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!

HOURS & DIRECTIONS:
22-25 Jackson Ave (at 46th Ave.)
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 433-1088
Email: booksmomaps1@artbook.com

FAIR HOURS
Thursday, September 17: Preview, 6-9 PM
Friday, September 18: 1-7 PM
Saturday, September 19: 11 AM - 9 PM
Sunday, September 20: 11 AM - 7 PM

DIRECTIONS
From the E/V/M train:
Get off at the 23rd St/Ely Ave stop. While still in the station, follow signs to the 7 train to exit onto Jackson Avenue. Walk right one block to 46th Avenue.

From the 7 train:
Get off at 45th Rd/Courthouse Square. Exit onto Jackson Avenue and walk right one block to 46th Avenue.

From the G train:
Get off at the 21st St/Van Alst stop. MoMA PS1 is the large brick building across the street.

Join the ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 mailing list to receive invitations to signings and events, plus special offers! Email booksmomaps1@artbook.com with subject line: "Add to Mailing List."
Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!
Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!
Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!
Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!
Join ARTBOOK for Signings, Launch Events and More at the NYABF 2015!


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