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[BKARTS] Last Days: Editions + Artists Books Exhibition at SLV

'How I entered there I cannot truly say'
Collaborative works from the ANU Edition + Artist Book Studio
now showing at the State Library of Victoria 
Closing Sunday 17 June 2007

This free exhibition celebrates the arts of printmaking and the book with 
a stunning display of limited-edition prints and artist books. From folios 
of etchings and woodcuts to innovative books - folded and stitched, boxed 
and bound - these are amongst the finest examples of printmaking and the 
book arts in Australia. The works have resulted from creative 
collaborations between leading Australian artists, writers and printmakers 
at the groundbreaking Edition + Artist Book Studio (EABS) at the 
Australian National University in Canberra , where they experimented with 
materials and techniques and explored teh relationship between work and 
image. This sumptuos display is bound to delight lovers of art, books and 

For those of you who can't make it to see the exhibition in Melbourne it 
will be travelling on to Horsham Regional Gallery or you can look up teh 
following online resources. 

The Book Studio website

EABS archive is available at 

Sasha Grishin's keynote address at SLV Artists Books Day 

SLV Exhibition audio tour 

Beyond the Page - SLV ZIne Forum podcast 

Wealth of Inspiration - SLV artists forum

Dissecting the Book - SLV altered books forum

Robert Heather
Manager, Events and Exhibitions
State Library of Victoria
328 Swanston Street
Melbourne Victoria 3000

Mirror of the World: Books and Ideas on-line exhibition 

               The Bonefolder, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 2007
          Now Online @ <http://www.philobiblon.com/bonefolder>
     Visit "The Book of Origins: A survey of American Fine Binding"
                Online exhibit and catalog order form at
             For all your subscription questions, go to the
                      Book_Arts-L FAQ and Archive.
          See <http://www.philobiblon.com> for full information

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