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Ellie Krakow as Guest Editor of Vector Artists Journal #8

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VECTOR ARTISTS JOURNAL #8, NEW YORK | JUNE 2018
Managing Editors Peter Gregorio, Javier Barrios
Guest Editor Ellie Krakow

LAUNCH: Friday June 22nd, 6:30pm
LOCATION: Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

Featuring artists:
David Altmejd, Miya Ando, Nobutaka Aozaki, Daniel Bejar, Caitlin Berrigan, Jesus Benavente, Melanie Crean, Esteban del Valle, Nicole Eisenman, Edwin Gonzalez-Ojeda, Cindy Ji Hye Kim, Yashua Klos, Amy Koshbin, Shaun Leonardo, Jen Liu, Esperanza Mayobre, Glendalys Medina, Marilyn Minter, Mores McWreath, Jenny Morgan, Julianne Swartz, Hayal Pozanti, Leslie Thornton, Jonathan VanDyke, Anthony Varalli

ABOUT VECTOR
An Art Exhibition In The Form Of A Literary Journal

VECTOR Artists Journal publishes a collection of essays by contemporary artists. Each issue focuses on a different city from around the world and compiles a collection of written works by 25 Artists who are based in the specific city. The form, length, and theme is up to each artist.

Essays range from 1-10 pages, are unedited, and arranged in alphabetical order.
Each edition averages 200 pages and is printed in black & white, 500 bound copies are made.
300 are handed out for free at the opening reception and each artist gets 4 copies.
It is simultaneously launched on the VECTOR website for viewing and download.

Each issue is available for free to download in the "Journal" section of this website. You can also view each essay on-line by clicking on an artists name in the "Artists" section

Whitney Museum
99 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY

Holiday Artist Book Show includes Andy Cross & Eric Hibit

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Andy Cross,  "A Washington Ritual", limited edition of 8 -artist book, printed by Studio Varroni / Eos Libri d’Artista

Andy Cross,  "A Washington Ritual", limited edition of 8 -artist book, printed by Studio Varroni / Eos Libri d’Artista

Eric Hibit, Paintings and Fables, 50-page, limited edition art book featuring images by Eric Hibit and writing by Wayne Koestenbaum, including hand-painted endpapers

Eric Hibit, Paintings and Fables, 50-page, limited edition art book featuring images by Eric Hibit and writing by Wayne Koestenbaum, including hand-painted endpapers

Deanna Evans Projects
Holiday Artist Book Show thru December 17, 2017

Andy Cross
Eric Hibit
Ginny Huo
Margaux Ogden
Rudy Shepherd
Kevin Umana

ON VIEW: November 30 - December 17, 2017
BY APPOINTMENT

To plan your visit: info@deannaevansprojects.com
 

Eric Hibit Book Release

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"Paintings and Fables" limited edition book

"Paintings and Fables" limited edition book

"Eric Hibit and Wayne Koestenbaum: Paintings and Fables Artist’s Book Signing, Reading and Pop-Up" on Friday, October 6th, 6-9pm. Books will be available for purchase and Wayne Koestenbaum will give a reading at 7:30pm.

"Paintings and Fables" is a 42-page, limited edition, 8½ x 10¼,” full-color, hardcover artist’s book by Ortega y Gasset Projects Co-Director Eric Hibit. The book includes 19 of Hibit’s meticulous acrylic paintings, with fables written by Wayne Koestenbaum in response to selected works. Paintings and Fables is printed in a limited edition of 110 with each book containing hand-painted front and back endpapers by Hibit. The book is designed by Evan Gaffney.

Inspired by a vintage book of Japanese paintings, children’s books, and fairy tales, Paintings and Fables presents the reader with a non-linear narrative of words and images. With the impossible precision of a dream, Koestenbaum’s fables meander through scenarios inspired by Hibit’s paintings:

Books are $60 (includes tax, add $15 for shipping in the US): www.paypal.me/EricHibit

The pop-up show of paintings by Eric Hibit will remain up throughout the weekend during special gallery hours of 3-6pm, Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8, 2017.

Art Book by Eric Hibit + Book Party

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Dear Hollywood Writers, a recent publication featuring images of paintings by Eric Hibit accompanied by Geoff Young's  poetry. Join the 18th NYC Independent Book Publishers Party this week in Chelsea.

Friday, April 28th, 6-8pm
Zieher Smith
516 W 20th Street
New York, NY 10001

Featuring:

Belladonna* Collaborative | EOAGH | The Figures | Futurepoem | Ink, Inc. | Litmus Press | Lunar Chandelier Press | Nightboat Books | The Operating System | Pressed Wafer | Purgatory Pie Press | Resolving Host | Roof Books | Tender Buttons | Ugly Duckling Presse | United Artists Books | Wonder | Zieher-Smith

Build Your Art Knowledge

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