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  • Nepomuk        Peter Wezel        Books / Artists' Books        $24.00
  • The Dolls Weekly and the Crawlee Things        Rory Hayes        Books / Artists' Books        $30.00
  • WE        Peter Schumann        Books / Artists' Books        $15.00
  • FREE TIME        Pol Anglada        Books / Artists' Books        $40.00
  • Mechanical Orchid Parts Catalogue        Justin Amrhein        Books / Artists' Books        $30.00
  • Skulptur        Mamma Andersson        Books / Zines        $14.00
  • Anthony Cudahy : Drawings 2013-2014        Anthony Cudahy        Books / Artists' Books        $25.00
  • Draw This        Benjamin Grable        Books / Zines        $10.00
  • You've Got Beautiful Stairs, You Know        Ola Vasiljeva        Books / Artists' Books        $22.00
  • Dorothy Iannone : Censorship and the Irrepressible Drive toward Love and Divinity        Heike Munder, editor        Books / Artists' Books        $59.00
  • Dorothy Iannone : You Who Read Me with a Passion Now Must Forever Be My Friends        Lisa Pearson, editor        Books / Artists' Books        $45.00
  • 100 Drawings        Mitsu Okubo        Books        $20.00
  • 100 Drawings        Mitsu Okubo        Books        $20.00
  • 100 Drawings By Mitsu Okubo        Okubo and Mitsu        Books        $20.00
  • Brushes        Fred Escher        Books / Artists' Books        $15.00
  • Drifter        Anna Haifisch        Books / Artists' Books        $25.00

This table features artists’ publications focused on the act of drawing. The books cover a wide range of formats and mediums, from colored pencil comic books to the mechanical designs of a flower. “You’ve Got Beautiful Stairs, You Know” uses drawings to intertwine a variety of mixed media, creating a companion piece for the artist’s current exhibition, while “Draw This” applies a liberal understanding of drawing, or lack thereof, to create an open-ended experience for the reader. These works are currently on display in Printed Matter.

Last updated 5/31/2017
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