Accompanying the ‘Arcadia id est: artists’ books, nature and the landscape’ touring exhibition 2005-2007
Accompanying the two venue exhibition of artists’ books by 20 artists based in New York and Bristol in 2001
A survey exhibition catalogue of British artists’ books (111 artists) September 1999
ISBN 0 9543810 5 X
A small, 4-colour, folding publication to accompany the touring exhibition 2005-2007.
On site-specificity and storytelling by Patrick Eyres (editor of the New Arcadian Journal and Senior Lecturer in Theoretical Studies at the Bradford School of Art) and In Pursuit of the Arcadian Dream by Sarah Bodman.
24pp, we have limited copies left which we will send free (1 copy per person please) if you would like a copy, contact
(ISBN 10) 0-9536076-6-6
(ISBN 13) 978-0-9536076-6-2
‘A Tale of Two Cities’ free download
A two venue exhibition of artists’ books by 20 artists based in New York and Bristol in 2001. This exhibition is jointly curated by Sarah Bodman (Centre for Fine Print Research, UWE) in Bristol and Miriam Schaer/ Maddy Rosenberg (Center for Book Arts) in New York.
Andrew Atkinson, Carinna Parraman, Paul Laidler/Helen Smith, Andrew Eason Eilis Kirby, Stephen Hoskins, Guy Begbie, Sarah Bodman, Annabel Other /Bristol Art Library, Tim Staples
Lise Poirier, Susan Rostow, Mary Ting, Robbin Ami Silverberg, Doug Beube, Esther K. Smith & Dikko Faust (Purgatory Pie Press),Soraya Marcano, Stephanie Brody Lederman, Maddy Rosenberg, Miriam Schaer.
(ISBN 10) 0-9536076-0-7
(ISBN 13) 978-0-9536076-0-0
An AHRB supported survey exhibition of over 100 British artists’ books for Impact Conference 1999. The project examined the development of the artist’s book in Britain in relation to new print technologies from 1989-1999.
The above download contains the essays from the publication, on contemporary book arts by: Deirdre Kelly – Hardware Gallery, Chris Taylor – Leeds University, Dr Stephen Bury – British Library, Meg Duff – Tate Britain, Sarah Bodman, Dr Iain Biggs and Carinna Parraman of UWE, Bristol. Artists’ contributions also by Colin Sackett and Book Works, 19pp.