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Artists' Books in the Modern Era 1870-2000, The Reva and David Logan Collection of Illustrated Books, Thames & Hudson, London, 2001. | The Chicago collectors Reva and David Logan have in twenty years assembled one of the most important American collections of artists’ books created during the past century. Artists’ books (also called livres d’artiste or illustrated books) combine text with art, usually original prints created especially for that volume, to form a unified whole.

Riva Castleman, A Century of Artists' Books, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1994.

Yves Peyré, Peinture et poésie, Le dialogue par le livre, Gallimard, Parijs, 2001.

Papiergesänge, Buchkunst im, zwanzigsten Jahrhundert,
Prestel - Verlag, München, 1992.Artist / Author Contemporary Artists' Books, Cornelia Lauf And Clive Phillpot, Art Publishers Inc, 1998.
Catalogue for an extensive and somewhat controversial exhibition of Artists' Books organized by Cornelia Lauf, an independent curator, historian and editor and Clive Phillpot, formerly the director of the Museum of Modern Art Library in New York.

Bury, Stephen. Artists-books: the book as a work of art, 1963 - 1995. London: Scolar Press, 1995.

printed matter, Künstlerbücher aus der Sammlung Missmahl,
(Museum Burg Wissem, Troisdorf), Salon Verlag, Köln, 2000.



























  Aencrages & Co (France)
    est une association loi 1901 créée pour 'promouvoir la poésie et les arts contemporains'.
Adamson Editions (USA)
  Adamson Gallery was founded in 1982 and is one of Washington DC's leading contemporary galleries. Adamson Editions, a fine art digital atelier, has collaborated with some of the most interesting and influential artists working today, including Adam Fuss, Jim Dine, William Eggleston, Lee Friedlander, Lye Ashton Harris, Jim Hodges, Roni Horn, Kiki Smith, Jenny Holzer, Annie Leibovitz, Robert Frank, William Christenberry and Donald Sultan. Adamson Editions has a publishing arm that produces limited editions by Chuck Close, Robert Longo, Victor Schrager, Donald Sultan, Jim Hodges, Kim Keever and William Christenberry.


A la courière:
  Editions et livres d'artistes (Paris). Imprimerie artisanale, poésie et art contemporain.
Galerie A
  Galerie A (founded by Harry Ruhé in 1976) is specialized in multiples and artists' books in every possible form. From Fluxus, Wiener Aktionism, Conceptual Art and Arte Povera to recent movements in art.
Editions were produced with (among others) Willem de Ridder, Peter Hutchinson, Rob Scholte, Peter Downsbrough and Andrej Roiter. Books by Harry Ruhé: FLUXUS, the most radical & experimental art movement of the Sixties; MULTIPLES, et cetera; The Best of Wim T. Schippers, and 25 Fluxus Stories.
  Anartist carries art books from cave paintings to computers including photography, architecture and design, and specializes in the post-45 avant-garde emphasizing: artist books, multiples, ephemera, conceptual art, pop, minimalism, performance, mail art, fluxus, post-studio art, social sculpture, and artist recordings.
Arion Press (San Francisco, USA): limited edition books with original art
  Since 1982 the Press has issued books and portfolios. Arion Press aims to match the finest contemporary art with literature.
Its authors extend from Ovid to Shakespeare, Laurence Sterne, Herman Melville, Gertrude Stein, Sigmund Freud, Italo Calvino, Allen Ginsberg, Seamus Heaney and David Mamet. Original prints by major artists, including Bruce Conner, William T. Wiley, Martin Puryear, Jim Dine, Jasper Johns, Richard Bosman, John Baldessari, Robert Motherwell, Richard Diebenkorn, R. B. Kitaj, Ida Applebroog, Wayne Thiebaud and Sol LeWitt.
The Arthur & Mata Jaffe Center for Book Arts
  The Jaffe Center for Book Arts revolves around the Arthur and Mata Jaffe Collection: Books as Aesthetic Objects. This collection consists primarily of visual books gathered more for their artistic expression than for their informational content. Words and text were not the primary consideration in building this collection, which has been assembled within a wide parameter of aesthetics and book structures (including books that defy traditional structure completely).

The essential focus of the collection is on artists' books and the broader topics of the Book Arts: letterpress printing, fine binding, handpapermaking and paper decoration.


Aspen | The multimedia magazine in a box
  U B U web version of Aspen, a multimedia magazine of the arts published by Phyllis Johnson from 1965 to 1971.
Atelier Adélie | Jean-Michel Ponty
  Édition et impression de lithographies et de livres d'artistes
François Bouillon, Tacita Dean, Peter Downsbrough a.o.
Avery Classics
  The Avery Classics Collection is the rare book collection of Avery Library and one of the largest architectural rare book collections in the world.
It contains approximately 35,000 printed volumes published over seven centuries, from Leon Battista Alberti’s De re aedificatoria (1485) to the recent limited edition Glenn Murcutt: Architect (2006). The Classics collection also has important holdings of graphic suites,
Brooke Alexander
  Since 1968, Brooke Alexander has been one of the country's foremost publishers of prints and multiples. He has continued to work with many of today's leading contemporary artists, including Richard Artschwager, John Baldessari, Jasper Johns, Bruce Nauman, Raymond Pettibon, Richard Tuttle and Luc Tuymans among many others.
Brooke Alexander, publicer since 1968 of editions and muktiples by Alex Katz, Allan Mccollum, Allen Ruppersberg, Andy Warhol, AR Penck, Barnett Newman, Bruce Nauman, Carroll Dunham, Claes Oldenburg, David Hockney, David Salle, Donald Judd, Elizabeth Peyton, Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella, Franz West, Fred Sandback, Georg Baselitz, Gerhard Richter, Günther Förg, Helen Frankenthaler, Imi Knoebel, Jan Vercruysse, Jasper Johns, John Baldessari, Jonathan Borofsky, Joseph Cornell, Luc Tuymans, Lucian Freud, Markus Raetz, Matt Mullican, Philip Guston, Raymond Pettibon, Remy Zaugg, Richard Artschwager, Richard Long, Richard Serra, Richard Tuttle, Robert Longo, Robert Mangold, Robert Moskowitz, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Ryman, Roy Lichtenstein, Sam Francis, Sean Scully, Sol Lewitt.
Broward County - Library | Bienes Museum of the Modern Book: The Dianne and Michael Bienes Special Collections and Rare Book Library
  Since 1988, Broward County Library has worked toward creating a state-of-the-art literary center where rare books and special collections would be housed, preserved and shared in conjunction with a place for related lectures, programs and exhibits.
Through the personal involvement and generosity of Fort Lauderdale philanthropists Dianne and Michael Bienes, this celebration of the printed book as an art form and purveyor of culture has been realized. The Dianne and Michael Bienes Special Collections and Rare Book Library offers a collection of more than 15,000 items, including special collections, rare books and reference material.
Buchhandlung Walther König
  The Cleveland Institute of Art Library

The Jessica R. Gund Memorial Library has collections specifically developed for the visual artist, designer, and craftsperson. The library contains 45,000 books, exhibition catalogs, and CD-ROMs; 145 current periodical subscriptions; over 125,000 art and architecture slides as well as access to a broad range of digital images; 1,600 sound recordings; 600 videotapes, DVDs, and films; a picture file for visual reference; access to online databases and full text resources; and an extensive collection of "artists' books” (books made by artists as art).
Browse the Gund Library's artists' books collection here.
The Institute's collection of artists' books, begun in 1982, is a teaching collection of about 1,300 books representing the range of books made by artists from North America and western Europe.
hese books date from the 1960s to the present, including some "classics" such as Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler... [known as the "Xerox Book"] (1968), Edward Ruscha's Twenty Six Gasoline Stations, Various Small Fires and Milk and Royal Road Test , Daniel Spoerri's Anecdoted Topography of Chance , Ray Johnson's Paper Snake , Vostell and Higgins' Fantastic Architecture , Claes Oldenburg's Store Days , Agnes Denes' Map Projections , Martha Rosler's Service, and Dieter Roth's 246 Little Clouds .

The collection has some unique books and some books made by Institute students. However, most of the books are multiples by well-known artists (including Sol Lewitt, John Baldessari, Kiki Smith, Christian Boltanski, Hanne Darboven, Francesco Clemente, Hamish Fulton, Ida Applebroog, Marcel Broodthaers, and Hans Haacke) as well as less-familiar professional artists who have turned to the book form, or concept, for artistic expression and experimentation.

The Cleveland Institute of Art
11141 East Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio
  The Codex Foundation | The Codex Bookfair
    The Codex Foundation exists to preserve and promote the art and craft of the book. Our mission is educational and, in the broadest possible context, to bring to public recognition the artisanship and the rich history of the civilizations of the book.
In keeping with the mission of the Codex Foundation, to preserve and promote the art and craft of the book, every two years, the foundation hosts an International Book Fair on the campus of the University of California Berkeley.
The inaugural fair, in 2007, gathered together a congress of the world's finest private presses, book artists, artisans, curators, collectors, and scholars in the spirit of an Old West rendezvous. The depth and breadth of the work represented at the fair is archived in the Codex Publication BOOK ART OBJECT.

  Editions F. Despalles
    F. Despalles, éditions (Paris & Mainz) starts in 1982 in Paris (France) and Mainz (Germany) as a printing, publishing and distribution house for graphics, paperworks and artist’s books, especially with bilingual typography (in french and german). Books are mainly printed on letter-presses (proof-presses) and increasingly with sophisticated inkjet-printers.
  Edition Balance, (Duitsland)
    Artist contemporary artist books in literary first editions with original graphics.
    Books and editions byen en edities van o.a. François Bouillon, Sophie Calle, Dennis Oppenheim, José-Maria Sicilia, Richard Serra...
Editions Heros-Limite,
  Visuele en concrete poëzie, kunstenaarsboeken
Edition Jacob Samuel | Lapis Press
  Artists' books | Editions by a. o. Marina Abramovic',Miroslaw Balka, John Baldessari, Greg Colson, Sam Francis, Dan Graham, Joe Goode, Marvin Harden, Mona Hatoum, Jene Highstein, Rebecca Horn, Anish Kapoor, Jannis Kounellis, Guillermo Kuitca, Richard Long, Meredith Monk, Ed Moses, Gabriel Orozco, Giuseppe Penone, Ed Ruscha, Peter Shelton, Nahum Tevet, Robert Therrien, Juan Usle', Christopher Wool.
Editions Jannink (Paris)
  'les artistes écrivent
les artistes créent
nous les éditons'
  German artists'books at the TAKEO Gallery
Eye on Europe
  MOMA, Prints, books & multiples / 1960 to now
  Books by artists, artists' books and books on artists' books. Multiples. Excellent library in Paris
Francois Righi
  Artists' books
G. Fritze Margull
  | Druck & Edition
Tiefdruck Heliogravure Hochdruck Carbonrundumdruck Photogravure Monotypie
Jörg Immendorff, Günther Grass, Hanns Schimansky, Max Neumann, Peter Doig...
Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.
  Franklin Furnace is Located near downtown Brooklyn (New York), not far from the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Franklin Furnace's mission is to present, preserve, interpret, proselytize and advocate on behalf of avant-garde art, especially forms that may be vulnerable due to institutional neglect, their ephemeral nature, or politically unpopular content. Franklin Furnace is dedicated to serving artists by providing both physical and virtual venues for the presentation of time-based visual art, including but not limited to artists' books and periodicals, installation art, performance art, "variable media art"; and to undertake other activities related to these purposes. Franklin Furnace is committed to serving emerging artists; to assuming an aggressive pedagogical stance with regard to the value of avant-garde art to life; and to fostering artists' zeal to broadcast ideas.
Grolier Club (U.S.A.)
  Founded in 1884, the Grolier Club of New York is America's oldest and largest society for bibliophiles and enthusiasts in the graphic arts.
Jürgen Partenheimer | Complete artists' books
  Jürgen Partenheimer has produced more than 70 artists’ books since 1970. These books are the quintessence of an encounter between visual arts and literature.
  Josef Kleinheinrich, bookmaker in Münster, publishes artists' books, 'livres de peintre' and literature.
Per Kirkeby, Markus Lüpertz, Gerrit Kouwenaar, Leonard Nolens, Hugo Claus, Cees Nooteboom, Max Neumann, Georg Baselitz among others.
  Internationaler Salon für Künstlerbücher
Tobias Lange
La lettre volée (Brussel)
La Maison de la Bibliophilie
Lapis Press | Jacob Samuel Edition
  Artists' books and editions
Marina Abramovic',Miroslaw Balka,John Baldessari, Greg Colson, Sam Francis, Dan Graham, Joe Goode, Marvin Harden, Mona Hatoum, Jene Highstein, Rebecca Horn, Anish Kapoor, Jannis Kounellis, Guillermo Kuitca, Richard Long, Meredith Monk, Ed Moses, Gabriel Orozco, Giuseppe Penone, Ed Ruscha, Peter Shelton, Nahum Tevet, Robert Therrien, Juan Usle', Christopher Wool.
Livres d’artistes (Une définition en recherche)
Meritage Press
  Meritage Press seeks to expand fresh ways of featuring literary and other art forms. Meritage expects to publish a wide range of artists – poets, writers, visual artists, dancers, and performance artists.
M O M A   Prints and Illustrated Books
  Uitgeverij van kunstenaarsboeken (Gent) | Luc Derijcke
P A G E S   D' A R T
  60 livres d’artistes [1970-2000]

[DEPUIS 1990]
Paper Works and Works on Paper
  Exhibition by Raul Marroquin
Parkett Editions
  Magazine | editions with Doug Aitken, Laurie Anderson, Richard Artschwager, Matthew Barney, Louise Bourgeois, Maurizio Cattelan, Francesco Clemente, Peter Fischli/David Weiss, Tom Friedman, Gilbert & George, Rodney Graham, William Kentridge, Jeff Koons, Brice Marden, Bruce Nauman, Meret Oppenheim, Raymond Pettibon, Sigmar Polke, Charles Ray, Jason Rhoades, Gerhard Richter, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol among others.
printed matter ( New York)
  The world's greatest source for artists' publications.
The Reva and David Logan Collection of Illustrated Books |
  The majority of the books in this exhibition have been generously donated by the Logans since 1998 to form the Reva and David Logan Collection of Illustrated Books at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. They represent virtually every important art movement of the 20th century.
After extensive study and research, the Logans began in the 1970’s to seek out the finest available copies of major artists’ books. Patience and perseverance were needed, as many books had become great rarities that appeared infrequently on the art market. The resulting collection is broadly historical yet also reflects the personal taste and preferences of the Logans. It is largely a 20th-century collection, although there are a number of books illustrated by mid 19th-century artists, such as Edourd Manet, Odilon Redon, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Auguste Rodin, that set the stage for the modern artists’ book.
  ROMA Publications (Arnhem)

  Salon Verlag und Editionen
    Artists' books | Editions Christian Boltanski, Walter Dahn, Felix Droese, Günther Förg, Thomas Huber, Martin Noël en Thomas Ruff

San Francisco Public Library | Book Arts and Special Collections

    The Marjorie G. and Carl W. Stern Book Arts and Special Collections Center houses major collections on printing, calligraphy and wit and humor. Other collections include early illustrated children's books, little magazines and 'zines, Robert Frost, and Sherlock Holmes. The Center sponsors a variety of exhibitions, public programs and lectures.
    Robert Grabhorn Collection | During the 1930s, the San Francisco printer Robert Grabhorn started his collection on printing in order to study the solutions of the masters to various problems in design, typography and bookmaking. By the time this printer's library was transferred to the San Francisco Public Library in 1965, it had grown to include almost every typeface, printer and publisher of note from the past five hundred years.
The collection is particularly strong in early type specimens and the work of sixteenth century French and Italian masters. Also of note are fine press editions of twentieth century letterpress printers,
  Editions Schellmann
    Editions by Gilbert en George, Donald Judd, Broodthaers, Chuck Close, Gerhard Merz, Bruce Naumann, Lichtenstein, Kabakov a.o.
  Sherman Art Library
    The Art Special Collection includes artists' books, facsimiles, catalogue raisonnes, brittle books, and other rare items.
  Simsreed Livres d'Artistes
    Illustrated Books
  Edition Staeck
    1965 - 2005 Neben Arbeiten von Klaus Staeck finden Sie bei uns u.a. Arbeiten folgender Künstler: Alfano, Carlo + Bayrle, Thomas + Becher, Bernd u. Hilla + Beuys, Joseph + Bill, Max + Böhmler, Claus + Broodthaers, Marcel + Christo + Claus, Carlfriedrich + Darboven, Hanne + Droese, Felix + Eggenschwiller, Franz + Esser, Uwe + Filliou, Robert + Geiger, Ruprecht + Gerz, Jochen + Götze, Moritz + Grass, Günter + Haacke, Hans + Heerich, Erwin + Kaden, Siegfried + Klein, Astrid + Kloeckner, Kirsten + Kounellis, Jannis + Metzel, Olaf + Mields, Rune + Minnich, Bernd + Morgner, Michael + Naegeli, Harald + Neumann, Max + Nicolai, Carsten + Nicolai, Olaf + Oehlen, Markus + Osten, Osmar + Paik, Nam June + Palermo, Blinky + Panamarenko + Penck, A.R + Petrovsky, Wolfgang + Polke, Sigmar + Rainer, Arnulf + Rauch. Neo + Richter, Gerhard + Roth, Diter + Schneider, Rolf + Schumacher, Emil + Sieverding, Katharina + Simon, Klaus + Spoerri, Daniel + Staeck, Klaus + Trockel, Rosemarie + Uecker, Günther + Vautier, Ben + Vedova, Emilio + Vostell, Wolf + Wegewitz, Olaf
Stuart Mugridge
The Italian Futurist Book
The Russian Avant-Garde Book 1910 - 1934
  Illustrated books from The Judith Rothschild Foundation.
Russian avant-garde books interactive exhibition presented in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in 2002.
Victoria and Albert Museum | PRINTS & BOOKS FEATURES Artists' Books
  These pages provide information on the collection of artists' books held in the National Art Library and access to a Visual Database of a selection of artists' books in the collection.
They also provide information on the origins and development of artists' books, interviews with contemporary book artists, a bibliography for further reading, and weblinks to other sources of information.
The database of artists' books provides images of a selection of works from the collection in the National Art Library.

Artists' Books: Strategies for Collecting - Johanna Drucker

Johanna Drucker 'The Artist's Book as Idea and Form'

Johanna Drucker Artists' Books: Strategies for Collecting

Richard Minsky The Illustrated Book, A Survey of Genres

Peter D. Verheyen Development of the Artist's Book





Alembic press (Oxford)


Editions Al Dante (Paris, France)

poésie contemporaine, livres réflexifs


Alligator (Gent)

Alligator is an alternative press. Non-profit and definitely not mainstream. Alligatorzine is what it is. A mix of text, image and multimedia. Small and ugly. Take it or leave it. Irregular, unpredictable , variable. No issues. Things will be added & things will be removed.


American Presses

A complete list of American Small Presses

The Amsterdam Review: European literary magazine

Apogee Press (Berkeley, UK)

AndS/Books: on architecture and Arts (Gent)

Arc Publications (Todmorden, UK): contemporary poetry

Arc has been publishing contemporary poetry from new and established writers from the UK and abroad, specialising in the work of world poets writing in English and the work of overseas poets in translation.

Arion Press (San Francisco, USA): limited edition books with original art

Since 1982 the Press has also issued books and portfolios. Arion Press aims to match the finest contemporary art with literature.
Its authors extend from Ovid to Shakespeare, Laurence Sterne, Herman Melville, Gertrude Stein, Sigmund Freud, Italo Calvino, Allen Ginsberg, Seamus Heaney and David Mamet. Original prints by major artists, including Bruce Conner, William T. Wiley, Martin Puryear, Jim Dine, Jasper Johns, Richard Bosman, John Baldessari, Robert Motherwell, Richard Diebenkorn, R. B. Kitaj, Ida Applebroog, Wayne Thiebaud and Sol LeWitt.


Black Square Editions


Uitgeverij van John Yau

  Digital Dada Library Collection
    Founded in 1979 as part of the Dada Archive and Research Center, the International Dada Archive is a scholarly resource for the study of the historic Dada movement. The Archive has compiled a comprehensive collection of documentation and scholarship relating to Dada.

centre international de poésie Marseille.


The Drawing Papers


The Drawing Papers follows a uniform design (11 x 8 ½ inches format, generally unbound, although occasionally bound for special larger editions), and depending on the exhibition, vary in length, illustrations and texts. The designer is Luc Derycke (Gent, Belgium).



Duration Press (links)



Double Change


was founded in 2000 in order to juxtapose, unite and reunite the poetries of France and the United States in a new bi-national, multi-faceted forum (links).


| een beurs van boekenmakers, bibliofiele drukkers en kleine uitgevers / a fair for private presses and small publishers / le salon de bibliophilie contemporaine
|| een uitgeverij van o.a. Philippe Beck, Paul Bogaert, Albert Bontridder, Anneke Brassinga, Miguel Declercq, Saskia de Jong, Hugo Claus, Paul Demets, Peter Holvoet-Hanssen, Lucas Hüsgen, Marc Kregting, Jan Lauwereyns, Martin Reints, Alfred Schaffer, K. Schippers, Dirk Van Bastelaere, Peter Verhelst. Vormgegeven door Alligator/Truks, Danny Dobbelaere en Rein Ergo.



Granary Books


Granary Books is a publisher of artists' books, poetry and the documentation thereof. Granary Books also deals in literary and art libraries and archives of the sixties and seventies.





Engelstalig internettijdschrift met poëzie, nieuw proza, interviews... is the brainchild of the literaturWERKstatt berlin.

Meritage Press


Meritage Press seeks to expand fresh ways of featuring literary and other art forms. Meritage expects to publish a wide range of artists – poets, writers, visual artists, dancers, and performance artists.





Serendipiteit, de kunst van het onverwachte, heeft te maken met nieuwsgierigheid, openheid en kritisch inzicht. Op deze webstek komen zo goed als alle gepubliceerde boeken, artikels en besprekingen van ethicus en historicus Gie van den Berghe. Ontwerp door Zeuxis.

      Shearsman is a publisher of contemporary poetry in mostly late-modernist styles, now based in Exeter, England, and active since 1981.
Shearsman publishes a magazine, a large number of books (all poetry, or poetry-related), e-books, as well as the online Gallery series.
Anne-Marie Albiach: Two Poems: Flammigère & The line the loss (e-book)

Small Press Distribution (links)



U B U W E B - Visual and concrete poetry

Aspen | The multimedia magazine in a box
Anthology of Conceptual Writing
Ethnopoetics, curated by Jerome Rothenberg
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| Historical and contemporary Artsounds. Categories include Dadaism, Futurism, early 20th century literary experiments, musique concrete, electronic music, Fluxus, Beat sound works, minimalist and process works, performance art, plunderphonics and sampling, and digital glitch works.
| | Artist Index




      Azito is an on-line gallery specializing in Japanese contemporary art
      The main purposes of this virtual library are to list art institutions and organizations, locate archival and library collections, and provide links to internet resources on contemporary art.


Jan Van Eyck Academie


Baron/Boisanté Editions

      Baron/Boisanté Editions is a publisher of prints and mutliples based in New York.
Baron/Boisanté Editions has published prints and multiples since 1985, working with Donald Baechler, Brian Belott, Jennifer Bolande, Dan McCarthy, Peter Nagy, Salvatore Scarpitta, Not Vital, and others. Their editions are represented in numerous public collections including the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Kuntsmuseum, Bern, and Museum zu Allerheiligen Kunstverein Schaffhausen. Under the name Om from India, Mark Baron and Elise Boisanté are also dealers in late 19th and early 20th century Indian mythological prints.
    CIRCA Art Magazine

Ireland's leading magazine for contemporary visual arts and culture

    Cirrus Editions
      Print visionary Jean Milant founded Cirrus Editions and Cirrus Gallery, originally located in Hollywood, in January 1970. From that time, Cirrus stamped itself as a unique American art institution, functioning as a combination print workshop, publisher and art gallery.. Over the past twenty-five years such notables as John Baldessari, Vija Celmins, Bruce Nauman, Ed Moses, Lari Pittman, Ken Price, Edward Ruscha and Terry Allen have all brought their ideas to Cirrus founder, Jean Milant. With hard work and printmaking genius, Milant has enabled artists of widely divergent styles to realize their visions, whether as rich lithographs or stark woodblock prints.
    D.A.P. Distributed Art Publishers
      Since 1990, D.A.P. has represented the world's top museums and international publishers in the fields of art, design, architecture, photography, and culture.

The Daviet-Thery bookshop is a concept gallery based on artist’projects including contemporary artists’exclusive books, contemporary prints and DVD by artists.

    Druckkunst Leipzig
      Stiftung Werkstattmuseum für Druckkunst Leipzig Workshops and Museum of the Printing Arts Leipzig.
    Editions/Artists’ Book ’05
      Editions/Artists’ Book ’05 This unique Fair celebrated its eighth year as the premier showcase for contemporary publishers and book dealers exhibiting the latest in the medium of prints, multiples and artists’ books.
Organized by Barbara Baruch of Brooke Alexander Editions and Susan Inglett of I.C. Editions, Editions/Artists’ Book ‘05 took place again at the Starrett Lehigh Building in Chelsea located 601 West 26 Street on the 14th Floor.

Participants include Brooke Alexander Editions, NYC; Alexander and Bonin, NYC; Art of This Century, Paris/NYC; Baron/Boisante Editions, NYC; Peter Blum, NYC; Blumenfeld Fine Art, Brooklyn; Marianne Boesky Gallery, NYC; Brand X Editions, NYC; Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles;.Distributed Art Publishers (D.A.P.), NYC; Christophe Daviet-Thery, Paris; Johan Deumens Editions & Artists’ Books, Amsterdam; Michele Didier, Brussels; Dieu Donne Papermill, NYC; Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh; Editions Fawbush, NYC; Flatbed Press, Austin; Jorg Grimm Editions, Amsterdam; Harlan & Weaver, NYC; Highpoint Editions, Minneapolis; I.C. Editions, NYC; Item Editions, Paris; JRP Editions, Geneve; David Krut Fine Art, Johannesburg/NYC; Yvon Lambert, Paris/NYC; Florence Loewy, Paris; Lower East Side Printshop, NYC; Carolina Nitsch, NYC; Denis Ozanne, Paris; Parkett Editions, Zurich/NYC; Print Research Institute of North Texas, Denton; Printed Matter, Inc., NYC; Solo Impressions, NYC; Specific Object, NYC; Galerie 213, Paris; Two Palms Press, NYC; and U.L.A.E., Bay Shore.
    Jorg Grimm Editions

Grimm Fine Art specializes in modern and contemporary art by both leading and emerging artists. The public space shows international emerging and established artists in the fields of painting, drawing, prints and multiples.

    Harlan & Weaver

Harlan & Weaver, Inc. is a print publisher and collaborative workshop that specializes in etching and other forms of intaglio printmaking.
Harlan & Weaver's standards of excellence have attracted such eminent publishers as Baron/Boisante Editions, Peter Blum Edition, the Cleveland Museum Print Club, Edition Schellmann and Kluser, Feldman Fine Art, Marlborough Graphics, Multiples, Parasol Press, James Cohan Gallery and the Whitney Museum of American Art. These publishers have commissioned works at Harlan & Weaver by such artists as Ida Applebroog, Richard Artschwager, Donald Baechler, William Bailey, Louise Bourgeois, Francesco Clemente, Robert Cottingham, Red Grooms, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Yun Fei Ji, Brice Marden, Tom Otterness, Roxy Paine, Mimmo Paladino, Kiki Smith, Fred Tomaselli, Not Vital.
In addition to printing works commissioned by others, Harlan & Weaver has accelerated its own publishing enterprise in the past few years, issuing works by Richard Artschwager, William Bailey, Louise Bourgeois, Robert Cottingham, Steve DiBenedetto Thomas Nozkowski, Michelle Segre, James Siena, Kiki Smith, and Mark Strand.

    Item Editions, Paris
    JRP Editions, Geneve
      JRP Editions: Artist's books, critical anthologies, artist's writings, catalogues, monographies, multiples, production agency for artists. Lionel Bovier (Switzerland), is an independent critic and curator. He founded JRP Editions, an independent publishing structure specialising in artists' books and multiples and now directs JRP / Ringier Kunstverlag.

Jan Dheedene


Dia Art Foundation

| was founded in 1974. A nonprofit institution, Dia plays a vital role among visual-arts organizations nationally and internationally by initiating, supporting, presenting, and preserving art projects, and by serving as a locus for interdisciplinary art and criticism.

| permanent collection at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries, in Beacon, New York (Bernd and Hilla Becher, Joseph Beuys, Louise Bourgeois, John Chamberlain, Hanne Darboven, Walter De Maria, Dan Flavin, Michael Heizer, Robert Irwin, Donald Judd, On Kawara, Imi Knoebel, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Bruce Nauman, Blinky Palermo, Gerhard Richter, Robert Ryman,
Fred Sandback, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Andy Warhol, Lawrence Weiner.

| artists' web projects Allen Ruppersberg, Ana Torfs, Marijke van Warmerdam, David Claerbout a.o.

| DIA Books

Note that Dia:Chelsea is currently closed for renovations, to reopen in 2006.

  A quarterly magazine on art and culture, fouded bu the Belgian artist Jan Fabre.

The Drawing Centre

The Drawing Center is the only not-for-profit institution in the country to focus on the exhibition of drawings, both historical and contemporary.

W139 is a combined work/exhibition space for contemporary art in the centre of Amsterdam.

Editions Fawbush




  Editions Fawbush was established in 1997 by Thomas Jones and Russell Calabrese. Editions by a.o Ricci Albenda, Robert Beck, Sol LeWitt, Matthew McCaslin, Andres Serrano, Kiki Smith, , Nancy Spero, Richard Tuttle.
Harlan and Weaver
  New York publisher/printer of limited edition etching intaglio prints. Artists : Louise Bourgeois, James Siena, Felix Harlan, Carol Weaver, Richard Artschwager, Kiki Smith, Mark Strand.

Luc Hoekx

  At the forefront of contemporary arts criticism and theory, October focuses critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, and literature.

Examining relationships between the arts and their critical and social contexts, October addresses a broad range of readers. Original, innovative, provocative, each issue presents the best, most current texts by and about today's artistic, intellectual and critical vanguard.

Pace Prints

Editions by a.o Josef Albers , James Brown , Richmond Burton , John Chamberlain , Francesco Clemente , Chuck Close , Tony Cragg , Richard Diebenkorn , Jim Dine , Tara Donovan , Jean Dubuffet , Barry Flanagan , Gunther Forg , Sam Francis , Helen Frankenthaler , Peter Halley , Mary Heilmann , Howard Hodgkin , Robert Indiana , Alfred Jensen , Alex Katz , Sol LeWitt , Robert Mangold , Tom Marioni , Louise Nevelson , George Noel , Kenneth Noland , Claes Oldenburg , Robert Rauschenberg , Ed Ruscha , Robert Ryman , Julian Schnabel , Richard Serra , Joel Shapiro , James Siena, Kiki Smith , Saul Steinberg , Pat Steir , Frank Stella , Richard Tuttle , Terry Winters .
The Pace Prints Galleries are located at 32 East 57th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10022.

Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (RBPMW)
  The Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (RBPMW), a program of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, is a professional and co-operative printmaking workspace. Artist/Master Printer, Robert Blackburn founded the Printmaking Workshop in 1948 for the purpose of providing professional fine art printmaking facilities to any artist. Blackburn’s vision of inspiring and fostering a racially and culturally diverse artistic community that embraces technical and aesthetic collaboration is the foundation of RBPMW’s projects. RBPMW publishes the work of talented and underrepresented artists alongside established artists for the purpose of expanding the creation, understanding and collection of fine art prints.
Two Palms Press, NYC
  Two Palms was founded in 1994 by David Lasry and publishes and produces prints and other works in collaboration with artists. Two Palms Press is located in New York City, and has collaborated with a fairly limited number of artists but in a highly intensive fashion. That alone would make for a situation in which artist and printer influence each other deeply. But perhaps more important is the fact that Lasry himself is an artist. His choice of collaborators reflect his artistic interest, not only his technical ones. Whether an artist is well established or up and coming, the printer's role is to get inside the artist's skin and to elicit potentialities the artist may not have realized were there. Included here are works by Pedro Barbeito, Mel Bochner, Chuck Close, Tara Donovan, Caroll Dunham, Sol LeWitt, David Row, Jessica Stockholder, and Terry Winters.
Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE)
  Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE), a fine art print publisher, was established in 1957 by Tatyana Grosman in a small cottage on Long Island. Initially making lithographs with artists such as Larry Rivers, Sam Francis, Jasper Johns, and Robert Rauschenberg, ULAE sparked a revival of printmaking in America. Today, ULAE continues to collaborate with artists to publish small edition prints and artists' books.

  zingmagazine came out of the idea that within certain disciplines, artistic and otherwise, various cross-references occur, both with individuals and the material of their particular interest. Rather than remaining isolated and apart, either through an unaware and uninformed (or aware and informed) malaise, there is a need to commingle arenas. By establishing a forum of collaborative exchange, zingmagazine examines points of both similar and dissimilar articulations. Like sets and subsets in a mathematical diagram, having similar and opposite properties, parts of the exchange will share epiphanies while others will securely diverge. But in the examination of these current issues, born out of the curatorial collaborative spirit, zingmagazine reaches for the crossing point, and it is from this “crossing”—where fiction meets poetry for lunch, theorists mingle with artists over which they are, and while we all assume new boundaries with an excess of technology in the modern world—that we find our inspiration. Likewise, it is from this crossing that the title is honed.



























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