Blonde Art Books + Sternthal Books Pop Up Shop at The Brooklyn Flea

The Brooklyn Flea is located in Williamsburg on the East River Waterfront (btw. North 6 + 7 St.) Sunday July 15th from 10am-5pm, rain or shine. Listed below are a selection of the… Continue reading

Lynda Morris: “Dear Lynda…” and Book as Artwork 1960/1972 by Germano Celant

The exhibition Lynda Morris / “Dear Lynda…” (July 4th-August 4th) at CHELSEA space in London opens on July 3, 2012 from 6 – 8.30pm.  Lynda Morris / “Dear Lynda…” was first organized by… Continue reading

The Highlights: Issue 16 Launch featuring Julia Sherman

On the occasion of the launch of The Highlights Issue 16, Blonde Art Books is pleased to feature Julia Sherman’s essay ‘Re-Claiming Susan B. Anthony’. ———- Moving forward our issues are going to… Continue reading

Art Book Book Art: Open Calls for Artists and Writers

CALL FOR ARTISTS The Dance of Words Regis Center for Art, University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN) The Dance of Words is a group exhibition of contemporary art which references and/or incorporates the calligraphic… Continue reading

Desert Island Top Four Title Sequences (and assorted YouTube tangents) by Jibade-Khalil Huffman

Blonde Art Books is pleased to present a new interactive text piece by Jibade-Khalil Huffman.  ‘YouTube Tangents’ is about the activity of creating lists of embedded video followed by minimal text, a process that… Continue reading

Towards Independent Publishing: A Collaboration between Greg Reynolds and Riley Hooker

Artist Riley Hooker was recently approached to work on the upcoming publication  JESUS DAYS, 1978 – 1983, a photography project by Greg Reynolds. As part of the fundraising effort for the production of… Continue reading

Notes from Russia and Voina Wanted: Alexei Plutser-Sarno

Demonstrating acute impartiality Alexei Plutser-Sarno rigorously gathers torn and weathered street notices that are meant to engage the lowest social stratum in Russian society. He is a collector of the gestural data scrawl… Continue reading

A Continuous Red Glow

Alfredo Jaar, The Marx Lounge, (2010) “…Each one of these works contain a model of thinking about this world, each of these works explains the world, even suggest ways of making it a… Continue reading

On Tour – Grant Cogswell, Dream of the Cold War: Poems 1998-2008

Grant Cogswell’s poetic ode to progressive politics, The Dream of the Cold War: Poems 1998-2008, has its roots in the deep history of radical activism in Seattle and the NW. Pivoting around the tragic… Continue reading

Launch Party June 8th – Old Man and Sea: Joy Drury Cox

Joy Drury Cox created this gif especially for Blonde Art Books for the occasion of the release of her new publication, Old Man and Sea. The piece first existed as a set of… Continue reading

BABS/Sternthal Books at Bushwick Open Studios 2012

Photography credit: Salome Oggenfuss After Living Means Not Good Enough, by Rosemarie Trockel. Blonde Art Books and Sternthal Books are teaming up to show a variety of new publications and artist editions at Bushwick… Continue reading

Digital Guide to Photography: An Interview with John Houck

Blonde Art Books recently had the opportunity to speak with John Houck about his ongoing series of books titled Digital Guide to Photography. “Digital Guide(s) to Photography – An expanding series of books… Continue reading

Double the Arch, Double the Fun: Storefront for Art and Architecture

Archizines  + Arch-Art! Books A double exhibition with 80 magazines, 80 feet of books and other printed matters. Designed by \ / | < | \ |  (Giancarlo Valle, Isaiah King and Ryan Neiheiser) … Continue reading

Thinking of Difference Differently: Carlos Motta

A selection of texts and images from Carlos Motta’s ambitious project ‘We Who Feel Differently’ currently on view at Museum as Hub: New Museum, New York. The exhibition is a multi-part project that… Continue reading

Self Publish and Be Happy Photozine Competition: Deadline June 1

Self Publish, Be Happy is an organization founded by Bruno Ceschel in 2010 with the aim of celebrating, studying and promoting self-published photo books through events (such as exhibitions, displays and talks), publications… Continue reading

A Year In Pictures: Ari Marcopoulos

ANYWAY is the latest collaboration between photographer Ari Marcopoulos and Dashwood Books. The project involves the production of one zine each week over the period of a calendar year. Each zine is published… Continue reading

Realistic Sex and More: Erik Stinson

Erik Stinson (b. 1987 Seattle WA) is an artist, writer, filmmaker and commercial creative living in New York City. He has contributed poetry, articles and essays to DIS MAGAZINE, HTML GIANT, POOL JOURNAL,… Continue reading

Bidoun #26, Soft Power – Launch Event Friday, May 18, hosted by Triple Canopy

Friday, May 18 at 7pm 155 Freeman Street, Brooklyn, NY $5 suggested donation To purchase this issue visit Bidoun’s web shop here. Join the Facebook event! A celebration of the publication of Bidoun… Continue reading

Highlights from the Millennium Magazines Exhibition @ MoMA curated by Rachael Morrison and David Senior

For a complete list of participating publications please visit the Millennium Magazines exhibition site. The making of Millenium Magazines Rachel Morrison is a writer, artist, curator, editor of f.ART Magazine, and Senior Library… Continue reading

Two or Three Things He’s Dying to Tell Us: Upcoming Lectures, Jalal Toufic

Jalal Toufic is a thinker and a mortal to death. He is also a film-theorist, video artist, and writer. He is the author of Distracted (1991; 2nd ed., 2003), (Vampires): An Uneasy Essay… Continue reading

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