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December 09, 2014 -
February 14, 2015
Learn to Read Art: A Surviving History of Printed Matter
Printed Matter, a pioneer in the field of artists’ books and a nerve center for New York’s alternative arts world for four decades, is the subject of the newest exhibition and publishing project at NYU’s 80WSE gallery, launching December 2. A public opening will take place on Friday, December 12th, 6- 8pm.

A carefully selected amalgamation of books, records, exhibition documentation and flyers, Learn to Read Art: A Surviving History of Printed Matter charts the organizational history of the New York non-profit in relation to the history of artists’ books and important movements in contemporary art from the 70’s to the present, encompassing the alternative space movement, downtown NYC counter-cultural scenes, and artist activism.

Tue – Sat, 10:30am – 6:00pm.
Please note the Gallery will be closed for winter break December 20th – January 5th.

Free and open to the public

80WSE Gallery
80 Washington Square East
New York, NY
Other Events Mid-Atlantic
January 03 -
04, 2015
Book & Paper Row
(AT THE BOSTON ANTIQUES SHOW & DESIGN SALE)

Sat, 10am - 5pm
Sun, 11am - 4pm

Shriner's Auditorium
399 Fordham Road
Wilmington, MA
Book Fairs New England
January 09 -
10, 2015
2015 CBAA MEETING
Points of View: Histories of the Present

Scripps College in Claremont, California will host the next CBAA Annual Meeting on January 9-10, 2015. Scripps College is one of seven members of The Claremont Colleges Consortium located 35 miles east of Los Angeles. The theme Points of View: Histories of the Present focuses on approaches to teaching the recent history of artist books and how to locate resources to support that teaching. This meeting will capitalize on the diverse interests of CBAA members and look at topics in the history of our field from three points of view: from that of a scholar, a practitioner, and a librarian/collector/historian.

PROGRAM: Over two days, we will have sessions dividing artist book history into three parts with discussion surrounding representative examples: proto-artist books (Blaise Cendrars and Sonia Delaunay’s 1913 Transsibérien), the 1960s break from livres d’artistes (the work of Ed Ruscha), and contemporary book art using digital technologies (Sam Winston’s A Dictionary Story). Each panel presentation by CBAA members, Scripps faculty and invited speakers will be followed by small-group discussions of the ideas presented.

The second day will end with a Closing Conversation by Ed Ruscha, moderated by Marcia Reed. For more details about the program, click here.

COMMITTEE MEETINGS: The CBAA Annual Meeting encourages interactions between members as well as practical discussions of the goals of the organization. Committee meetings will occur in two time slots, in which all members are encouraged to participate.

EXHIBITS: There will be an exhibit in the Clark Humanities Museum of books made by CBAA members, selected by Scripps students from Special Collections at Denison Library. Copies of the three books discussed in the presentations will also be on exhibit at the Museum along with ancillary materials. Other related exhibits will be presented at Denison and Honnold Libraries.

TOURS: Tours of a number of collections, libraries, and presses at The Claremont Colleges Consortium have been arranged, as well as off-campus tours to the Getty Museum and Huntington Library before the start of the Annual Meeting.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Doubletree by Hilton Claremont, at 555 West Foothill Boulevard, Claremont, CA 91711. Phone (909) 626-2411, FAX (909) 445-1829, Reservations (800) 222-TREE (or see direct link below). A block of rooms has been reserved; each room is $119 for a single or a double, from 1/8/15 through 1/11/15. Please use the Group Name, College Book Art Association, with the Group Code: CBA when making reservations for the hotel.

AIRPORT: The closest airport to Claremont is Ontario Airport, 10 miles away. If you cannot get a reasonable rate to that airport, LAX is 55 miles away. You can schedule a SuperShuttle from each of several nearby airports for a fee.

The SuperShuttle Online Discount Code is Z87GL to get 10% off the normal fee for the shuttle from all nearby airports, which include Ontario (ONT), Los Angeles International (LAX), John Wayne Orange County (SNA), Long Beach (LGB) and Burbank (BUR).

Scripps College
Claremont Colleges
Claremont, CA
Educational Programs West
January 14 -
18, 2015
LA Art Show
The 20th Annual Los Angeles Art Show Presented by The Palm Beach Show Group in Tandem with The 30th Annual IFPDA Los Angeles Fine Print Fair.

OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE PARTY
Wed, 14th Patron Reception 7pm - 11pm
Opening Night Premiere Party
8pm - 11pm

SHOW DATES
Thu, 15th 11am - 7pm
Fri, 16th 11am - 7pm
Sat, 17th 11am - 7pm
Sun, 18th 11am - 5pm

LA Convention Center / SOUTH HALL J AND K
Los Angeles, CA
Book Fairs West
January 15, 2015
Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
The Bibliophile Sale

11:00am

Viewing
13th January 2015
9.00am-5.00pm
14th January 2015
9.00am-5.00pm
Day of Sale from 9.00am

Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
Bloomsbury Godalming
Baverstock House
93 High Street
Godalming
Surrey
Godalming, Surrey, UNITED KINGDOM
Auctions International
January 15, 2015
PBA Galleries
Fine Literature - Miniature Books - Books in All Fields
Sale #551


More than 500 lots of fine books, manuscripts, ephemera, etc. Fine literature with collections of works by Charles Bukowski, Tony Hillerman, Ray Bradbury, Hermann Hesse, Jack Kerouac, William Butler Yeats, and many others. A large number of Science Fiction titles are included along with a selection of more than 30 lots of original typescripts, publisher's proof copies, etc. Nearly forty lots of Miniature Books from the 19th and 20th centuries comprise the second section of the sale, many offering small groupings. The Books in All Fields section includes more than 130 lots of rare and curious volumes including early printed books, art, philosophy, science, illustrated books, finely bound books and sets, fine press books, books about books and much more.

11:00am

PBA Galleries
133 Kearny Street, 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA
Auctions West
January 16 -
17, 2015
Austin Book, Paper, & Photo Show
Used,Rare and Collectible Books, Ephemera, Autographs, Photographs, Maps, Prints, Postcards, First Editions, Fine Bindings, Childrens, Illustrated, Cookery, History, Texana, Miltary, Misc. Nonfiction and Reference

Fri 6pm - 9pm
Sat 10am - 5pm

Adults $5
Under 12 Free

Norris Conference Center
(South Side of Northcross Mall Next to Ice Skating Rink)
2525 Anderson Lane
Rear of Complex
Austin, TX
Book Fairs Southwest
January 20, 2015
Rethinking the Book Arts: New Perspectives on Building the National Collection"

to be given by:
Mark Dimunation
Chief, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, the Library of Congress

6:00pm

Reception to follow in the RBML on the 6th floor

On view will be the exhibition: Diverse Characters: An Exhibition of Letterforms and Books by Russell Maret, as well as Comics at Columbia: Past, Present, Future. Both exhibitions are running through January 23rd.

203 Butler Library
Columbia University
535 West 114th Street
New York, NY
Lecture Mid-Atlantic
January 21, 2015
Balclis
Art on Paper - Online Auction

Auction feature two late Renaissance manuscripts (lots 163 and 164) and Art Nouveau posters and bound newspapers.

The most successful auction house in Barcelona, Balclis, will host an online auction titled "Art on Paper". It will be a unique occasion to buy Renaissance manuscripts, Art Nouveau posters, watercolors and artists' books. Prices range from $60 up to $12,000 and it will feature works by Jules Chéret, Georges Dola, Charles Lucien Léandre, Leonetto Cappiello and Joan Miró, amongst others. Their catalogue is available on Balclis' website.

16:30h
SPAIN
Auctions International
January 22, 2015
Swann Auction Galleries
Illustration Art
Sale 2372

Features a large and varied offering of advertising art, original children's book illustrations, cartoons and works by a-list artists, including Howard Chandler Christy, Rockwell Kent and Arthur Rackham.

1:30pm

Preview Dates
Sat, Jan 17 12pm - 5pm
Tue, Jan 20 10am - 6pm
Wed, Jan 21 10am - 6pm
Thu, Jan 22 10am - 12pm

Swann Auction Galleries
104 East 25th Street
New York, NY
Auctions Mid-Atlantic
January 22, 2015
Christie's - London
20/21 POSTERS THE SKI SALE
SALE 10070

1:00pm

Christie's Saleroom
85 Old Brompton Road
London, South Kensington
London, South Kensington, UNITED KINGDOM
Auctions International
January 23 -
25, 2015
54th Stuttgart Antiquarian Book Fair
The Stuttgart Antiquarian Book Fair, organized by the Association German booksellers, is the first exhibition of the bibliophile year, at the same time Europe's second oldest fair and the oldest - and largest - fair for booksellers, autographs and graphics dealers in Germany. From 24 to January 26, 2014 showed 82 colleagues from Germany, France, UK, USA, Italy, Austria, Hungary, the Netherlands and Switzerland, the most beautiful of five centuries letterpress and book arts. All around the fair and after the fair made ​​exhibitions, lectures, tours and publications are keen on collecting books, manuscripts and prints.

Fri, 11 - 19.30 clock
Sat & Sun, 11-18 clock

Württembergischer Kunstverein
Schlossplatz 2
Stuttgart, GERMANY
Book Fairs International
January 23 -
February 01, 2015
2015 Winter Antiques Show
The 61st annual Winter Antiques Show will feature exceptional objects exhibited by 73 specialists in American, English, European, and Asian fine and decorative arts from antiquity through the 1960s. This year's loan exhibition, Ahead of the Curve: The Newark Museum 1909-2015, includes highlights from the Newark Museum’s impressive collection of Ancient, as well as American, Asian, African and Native American objects.

The show is a benefit for East Side House Settlement, which provides access to education and technology training to the South Bronx, one of the nation's poorest congressional districts.

Mon - Wed, & Fri & Sat 12pm - 8pm
Sun & Thu 12pm - 6pm

Daily admission $25 (which includes the Show's awarding-winning Catalogue)

Opening Night Party on Thursday, January 22.

Park Avenue Armory
67th Street & Park Avenue
New York, NY
Art/Antiques Fairs Mid-Atlantic
January 24, 2015
Boxborough Paper Town
The Original Vintage Paper, Book & Advertising Collectibles Show

The Only Show of it's kind in New England, featuring everything and anything On or Of Paper! It provides all levels of Vintage Book , Paper, Ephemera, and Postcard Collectors with a premier buying opportunity! Exhibitors from up and down the East Coast will offer the finest in Photographs, Autographs, Advertising, Prints, Posters, Postcards, Political Memorabilia, Books, Magazines, World's Fair, and much, much more.

9am - 3pm

Appraisals by John Bruno, star of Market Warriors
12 - 2pm

Admission
General admission $6
Youth 12 - 21 $3
Under 12, Free with Paid Adult

Plenty of free parking and a full service Restaurant for refreshments

Holiday Inn/Grand Ballroom
242 Adams Place (I-495, exit 28)
Boxborough, MA
Book Fairs New England
January 24, 2015
The Bibliography Week Lecture: Nick Wilding: The History of Material Forgery
Recent forgeries of early modern books using photopolymer plates have attained a high level of sophistication. This talk will examine the technological, intellectual, and material aspects of book forgery, looking especially at efforts to create convincing artifacts, rather than merely forge texts.

Nick Wilding is Associate Professor of History at Georgia State University. He received his BA in English from Oxford University, his MA in Renaissance Studies at Warwick, and his PhD from the European University Institute, Florence, Italy. He has held postdoctoral positions at Stanford University, Cambridge University, Columbia University, and the American Academy in Rome. Specializing in early modern history of science and communication, he has worked on two projects bringing archival resources to the internet: the Athanasius Kircher Correspondence Project and the Medici Archive Project. His first book, Galileo's Idol: Gianfrancesco Sagredo and the Politics of Knowledge, was published in September 2014 by the University of Chicago Press. Wilding has also been commissioned by Penguin Classics to produce a new translation of Galileo’s Dialogue on the Two Chief World Systems. He has written book reviews for, among others, Isis, Annals of Science, The Journal of Modern History, and the London Review of Books.

11:00am - 12:30pm

Free and open to the public; advance registration is requested

The New York Academy of Medicine
1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street
New York, NY
Lecture Mid-Atlantic
January 24, 2015
Flannery’s Auction & Estate Services
Estate Civil and Americana Book Auction

An fantastic collection of very rare and fine books on the Civil War, Southern Confederate history, Stories, American Western frontier, photographs, American Indians and more! Over 500+ lots

Live On-Site Auction
Begins: Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 10:00 AM EST

Preview Friday January 23rd. 4pm-7pm

Flannery’s Auction & Estate Services
26 Recreation Park Road
Pinebush, NY
Auctions Mid-Atlantic
January 27 -
28, 2015
Bonhams
GENTLEMAN'S LIBRARY SALE

Bonhams
Montpelier Street
London, Knightsbridge
London, Knightsbridge, UNITED KINGDOM
Auctions International
January 27 -
28, 2015
Bonhams
GENTLEMAN'S LIBRARY SALE

VIEWING:
26 Jan 2015 09:00 - 17:00 GMT

Bonhams
LONDON, KNIGHTSBRIDGE
Montpelier Street
Knightsbridge
London, UNITED KINGDOM
Auctions International
January 28, 2015
Lyon & Turnbull
Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs, including books from the library of the late Lady Mary Stewart
Sale #428

11:00am

Viewing in Edinburgh:
Sunday, 25 January 12 noon - 4pm
Monday, 26 January 10am - 5pm
Tuesday, 27 January 10am - 5pm
Morning of Sale from 9am

Lyon & Turnbull
33 Broughton Place
Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM
Auctions International
January 28, 2015
Dominic Winter Auctioneers
Printed Books, Maps & Documents
Polar Exploration & Travel

Dominic Winter Auctioneers
Mallard House
Broadway Lane
South Cerney
Cirencester, UNITED KINGDOM
Auctions International
January 29, 2015
PBA Galleries
Americana - African American History - Travel & Exploration - Cartography
Sale #552

Over 400 lots of rare, unusual, interesting and valuable material, ranging from important printed books to an amazing whaling journal with some 100 watercolor illustrations. There are pamphlets, booklets, maps, ephemera, letters, manuscripts, photographs, rare clipper ship sailing cards, and much more. The 75 lots of African American historical material extend from the dark days of slavery to the end of segregation in the U.S. Army and beyond, with much manuscript and ephemeral material. Works on travel and exploration bring together the four corners of the world, with a section of scarce items relating to China, publications from the Hakluyt Society, natural history by Alfred Russel Wallace, and others. Finally, there are maps of the world and the Americas, city views by Braun & Hogenberg, scarce local maps of California towns and counties, and more.

11:00am

PBA Galleries
133 Kearny Street, 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA
Auctions West
January 29, 2015
Dominic Winter Auctioneers
The Anthony Gasson Opera & Music, Part II
Henry Irving & Ellen Terry: Letters, Photographs & Memorabilia

Dominic Winter Auctioneers
Mallard House
Broadway Lane
South Cerney
Cirencester, UNITED KINGDOM
Auctions International
January 31 -
February 01, 2015
The Pasadena Antiquarian Book, Print, Photo and Paper Fair
Many quality exhibitors will participate in The 17th annual Pasadena Antiquarian Book, Print, Photo and Paper Fair, for two days only.

Exhibitors will display and offer for sale a wide variety of Antiquarian rare and modern first edition books, prints, posters, vintage photographs, autographs, fine graphics, maps, manuscripts and many unique pieces of ephemera. The seasoned enthusiast, beginning collector or someone just browsing should not miss this extraordinary opportunity to experience so many fine collections all in one location.

Sat 10am - 6pm
Sun 11am - 4pm

General Admission $8
Senior Citizens (62+ years) $5.00
Children under 12 free
Free Return Privileges

Ample parking is available

Exhibit Hall B
The Pasadena Convention Center
300 East Green Street
Pasadena, CA
Book Fairs West
January 31, 2015
Keno Auctions
Winter Sale
12 Noon, Session I: Important Americana, Lots 1-9
2:00 PM, Session II: Modern and Contemporary Art, Lots 10-13

Preview: January 17 – 31, 10 AM to 5 PM daily

Keno Auctions
127 East 69th Street
New NY, NY
Auctions Mid-Atlantic