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DATE 10/21/2020

Artbook @ MoMA PS1 presents Amy Sillman and Lynne Tillman in conversation for the virtual launch of 'Amy Sillman: Faux Pas, Selected Writings and Drawings'

DATE 10/21/2020

In memory of Franck André Jamme

DATE 10/19/2020

See Gered Mankowitz's previously unpublished 1966 photos of the Rolling Stones at home!

DATE 10/17/2020

'Gordon Parks: The Atmosphere of Crime' is back in stock!

DATE 10/16/2020

Renate Miracco and Edmund White to launch 'Oscar Wilde's Italian Dream' virtually with 192 Books

DATE 10/16/2020

Happy birthday Oscar Wilde, born on this day, 1854

DATE 10/14/2020

'Female Photographers Org: The Body Issue' is new from Hatje Cantz!

DATE 10/13/2020

Artbook @ MoMA PS1 presents Antwaun Sargent and Jacolby Satterwhite in conversation for the east coast virtual launch of 'Young, Gifted and Black'

DATE 10/13/2020

'Moirémotion,' the newest in Takahiro Kurashima's beloved 'Poemotion' series, is here!

DATE 10/9/2020

Amy Sillman's 'Faux Pas: Selected Writings and Drawings' releases today from After 8 Books!

DATE 10/8/2020

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DATE 10/8/2020

Manetti Shrem Museum presents Bernard Lumpkin, Antwaun Sargent and Matt Wycoff in conversation for the west coast virtual launch of 'Young, Gifted and Black'

DATE 10/6/2020

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DATE 10/2/2020

Virtual Event: ICP and Damiani Books present Cynthia Young launching 'Robert Capa: Death in the Making'

DATE 10/1/2020

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DATE 10/1/2020

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DATE 10/1/2020

In support of 'Philip Guston Now'

DATE 9/29/2020

'In Search of African American Space' redresses racism in our built and social spaces

DATE 9/26/2020

'Colored People Time' is new from ICA Philadelphia

DATE 9/22/2020

'Peter Saul: Professional Artist Correspondence, 1945–1976' is NEW from Bad Dimensions Press!

DATE 9/22/2020

MoMA releases gorgeous new facsimile of 'Luigi Ghirri: Cardboard Landscapes (Paesaggi di cartone)'

DATE 9/22/2020

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month 2020!

DATE 9/19/2020

Savage nature and intimate domesticity in 'Michael Turek: Siberia'

DATE 9/17/2020

'Poor Richard by Philip Guston' is "freshly relevant" as we approach the 2020 elections

DATE 9/16/2020

Peter Saul, Dan Nadel and Aaron Curry to launch 'Peter Saul: Professional Artist Correspondence' with a virtual conversation and signing at Artbook @ MoMA PS1

DATE 9/15/2020

'KAWS: He Eats Alone' is a New Release this week!

DATE 9/14/2020

'Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People' is on view at Wrightwood 659 in Chicago

DATE 9/12/2020

'Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe' is a new release this week!

DATE 9/11/2020

Debi Cornwall's 'Necessary Fictions' examines the secret world of American military roleplay

DATE 9/11/2020

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DATE 9/10/2020

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DATE 9/9/2020

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DATE 9/8/2020

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DATE 9/8/2020

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DATE 9/7/2020

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DATE 9/4/2020

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DATE 9/2/2020

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DATE 8/26/2020

'Young, Gifted and Black: A New Generation of Artists' is a New Release this week!

DATE 8/24/2020

'Cy Twombly: Making Past Present' is NEW from MFA Boston

DATE 8/23/2020

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DATE 8/22/2020

Celebrate the 112th birthday of Henri Cartier-Bresson with 'Le Grand Jeu'!

DATE 8/21/2020

Scholarly 'The Irascibles' documents the Abstract Expressionists' epic 1950 protest of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

DATE 8/19/2020

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DATE 8/16/2020

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DATE 8/15/2020

'Mungo Thomson: Mail' is NEW from Inventory Press

DATE 8/11/2020

Francesca Woodman: On Being an Angel, color photograph with tripod

DATE 8/11/2020

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DATE 8/10/2020

Artbook @ Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles Bookstore presents a virtual launch event for 'Mungo Thomson: Mail'

DATE 8/10/2020

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DATE 8/9/2020

BACK IN STOCK! The landmark first major monograph on nonagenarian surrealist Luchita Hurtado

DATE 8/7/2020

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EVENTS

KRISTEN MUELLER | DATE 9/10/2019

Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!

Join the Artbook Bookstore Event Space at Printed Matter's NY Art Book Fair (opening Thursday, September 19 from 6–9 PM, and running through Sunday, September 22 at 7 PM) for signings and events with Micah Lexier, Cliff Baldwin, Ron Weis & Colin Robinson, Theo Deutinger, Paul Zelevansky, Nicholas Muellner & Jennifer Soong, Lakshmi Luthra, Noel W Anderson, Troy Michie, Mary Helena Clark & Abigail DeVille of Effects magazine. In addition to these events, Artbook has ordered thousands of new, rare and surprising art books and periodicals for the Magazine Store in the MoMA PS1 lobby and our permanent Bookstore and Book Space on the first floor of the museum. All events and signings will take place in Artbook Bookstore Event Space, First Floor of MoMA PS1.

EVENTS & BOOK SIGNINGS

Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
4–5 PM: Call Ampersand Response with Micah Lexier

Call Ampersand Response is 392-page collaborative image exchange bookwork by Michael Dumontier and Micah Lexier. Lexier will discuss the six-year-long, rule-driven project, augmenting his talk with source images, favorite passages and stories. A signing will follow the talk. Presented by Lars Müller Publishers.

Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!
5:30–6:30 PM: AQUI, Word and Image: NYC Streets as Gallery Space 1984-1986 with Cliff Baldwin
In the mid-80s, Davi Det Hompson, Julie Bradrick and Cliff Baldwin published 10 issues of AQUI, a folded silkscreen print (45”x 69”) as magazine featuring work by Barbara Kruger, Les Levine, Steve Gianakos, General Idea, Gilbert & George, Davi Det Hompson, Julie Bradrick and Cliff Baldwin. An exhibition of AQUI and talk by Cliff Baldwin. Presented by AQUI Editions. More info here.

Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
5:30–6:30 PM: Million Dots with Ron Weis and Colin Robinson

Artist Ron Weis discusses his extraordinary new book, Million Dots, with O/R Books co-founder Colin Robinson. How can we conceptualize the enormous numbers we are presented with each day? Million Dots is both a helpful tool and an intriguing work of art. Presented by Ron Weis.

Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
6:30–7:30 PM: Ultimate Atlas: Logbook of Spaceship Earth with Theo Deutinger

Ultimate Atlas: Logbook of Spaceship Earth by Theo Deutinger expands on the visions of Buckminster Fuller’s Spaceship Earth. Ultimate Atlas maps the planet with a clarity that is particular to the book form. Talk followed by signing. Presented by Lars Müller Publishers.

Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
2–3 PM: Whose Square Is This? Whose Sample Is This? with Paul Zelevansky

A mix-talk by Paul Zelevansky that combines text and image from his book, Whose Square Is This?, with sound fragments from J Dilla’s famed hip-hop CD, Donuts. The linking of past and present culture, quotation and imagination. The magnetic power and mutability of the graphic symbol and musical sample. Presented by Paul Zelevansky.

Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
3–4 PM: Lacuna Park: Essays and Other Adventures in Photography with Nicholas Muellner

Nicholas Muellner presents Making Doubles, a scripted slide reading based on the opening essay of Lacuna Park: Essays and Other Adventures in Photography. The essay traces links between our own appearances in images and our ongoing submission to the seductions of coercive ideology. Intertwining memoir, reportage, fiction and theory. Presented by SPBH Editions.

Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
4–5 PM: Effects Number 2 launch with Jennifer Soong, Lakshmi Luthra, Noel W Anderson, Troy Michie, Mary Helena Clark and Abigail DeVille

Readings, performances and screenings for Effects, an artist-run journal devoted to aesthetic effects and their social and political lives. The issue’s theme, “Opacity and Radiance,” was inspired by an Édouard Glissant essay. Inside the journal, explore invisible labor that allows contemporary art to shine, cultural representations of black radiance and more. Presented by Effects.
Join Artbook Bookstore Event Space for signings and launch events at the NYABF 2019!

FAIR HOURS
Opening:
Thursday, September 19, 6–9 PM (Ticketed)

Preview:
Friday, September 20, 11 AM–1 PM (For students, press and NYC cultural institution members. Register here.)

Public Hours:
Friday, September 20, 1–7 PM
Saturday, September 21, 11 AM–8 PM
Sunday, September 22, 11 AM–7 PM
(Free)

ADDRESS
First floor, MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Ave (at 46th Ave.)
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 433-1088
Email: booksmomaps1@artbook.com

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.

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