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Re: [BKARTS] New York City- Letterpress Book Show at NYPL



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on 1/22/04 11:11 AM, Anna Birch-Queen Oscar Designs at anna@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
wrote:

> Hi all, 
> I am travelling to New York City this weekend- and plan to see the 'ninety
> from the nineties" exhibit at the new york public library. (listed below).
> Are there any other book art happenings that anyone could suggest?
> and what¹s your favorite paper store in New York?
> thanks- Anna B
> 
> 
> library site:
> http://www.nypl.org/research/calendar/exhib/hssl/hsslexhibdesc.cfm?id=151
> 
> also article in NY times:
> http://www.nytimes.com/2004/01/02/arts/design/02NINE.htm?ex=1074920400&en=9
> 8516866434ff93a&ei=5070
> 
> Ninety from the Nineties: A Decade of Printing
> 
> Dates:  11/7/03 - 5/28/04
> 
> Location:  Edna Barnes Salomon Room (Third Floor), Humanities and Social
> Sciences Library, 5th Avenue and 42nd Street, New York, NY 10018-2788
> Hours:   Tues, Wed: 11 to 7:30; Thurs-Sat: 10 to 6
> Description:
> 
> Ninety from the Nineties is part of a tradition at The New York Public
> Library that began in 1968 with Sixty from the Sixties: An Exhibition of
> Distinctive Editions. Once every ten years since then the Library has
> mounted an exhibition of books acquired by the Rare Books Division during
> the preceding decade. These exhibitions featured books, pamphlets,
> broadsides, and printed ephemera from printers at work in the Americas,
> Great Britain, and Europe.
> As part of its mission, the Rare Books Division in the Humanities and Social
> Sciences Library collects representative works from printers engaged in the
> craft of letterpress printing. The purpose of Ninety from the Nineties: A
> Decade of Printing is twofold. It highlights selected works that were added
> to the collection over the past decade and attempts to illustrate current
> trends among the artists and craftsmen engaged in the book arts.
> 
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