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- Weber, Marshall,
- 221 pages : illustrations (chiefly color); 23 cm
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- Artists' books in the 21st Century
- Artists' books in the twenty-first century
- "Writings and art by: Kurt Allerslev, Tia Blassingame, Stephen Dupont, Karen Eliot, Bridget Elmer, Ganzeer, Sarah Kirk Hanley, Fly-O, Richard J. Lee, Mobile Print Power, Janelle Rebel, Florencia San Martin, Aaron Sinift, Suzy Taraba, Deborah Ultan, Marshall Weber, Anton Wurth, and Xu Bing."--Cover.
- Bibliography (note)
- Includes bibliographical references.
- A closed book is a treasure trove of wild possibility / Kurt Allerslev -- Dear book arts: African American artists and the book form / Tia Blassingame -- A place for activist art: Brooklyn and twenty-first-century agitprop / Sarah Kirk Hanley -- Some people are maniacs (excerpt) / Fly-O -- The root of the matter: The artists' book in the twenty-first century / Karen Eliot -- The Queens memory project: The tradition of radical American storytelling / Richard J. Lee -- To not forget twice: Art and social change in artists' book from Latin America / Florencia San Martín -- An early lesson in touch and tact / Ganzeer -- A queer community of books / Suzy Taraba -- Lost dogs / Stephen Dupont -- Publishing works through public participation / Mobile Print Power -- Freedom of the presses: activating library resources through collaborative curating / Bridget Elmer, Janelle Rebel, Marshall Weber -- The use of type in artists' books / Anton Würth -- Square word calligraphy and book from the ground / Xu Bing -- Counterculture publications for engaged learning / Deborah Ultan -- Weaving stories: Artists in collaboration with Gandhi Ashrams / Aaron Sinift -- Biographies -- Sponsors -- Patrons.
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- MDTT 20-909
Freedom of the presses : artists' books in the twenty-first century / edited by Marshall Weber.
Brooklyn, NY : Booklyn, 
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Includes bibliographical references.
Freedom of the Presses is a textbook and a toolbox for using artists' books and creative publications to further community engagement and social justice projects. The book aims to expand and enhance scholarship about creative book-making relevant to the diverse global community of librarians, publishers and readers. Freedom of the Presses features commentary and images from contemporary artists and scholars.
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Weber, Marshall, editor.
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Artists' books in the twenty-first century
Artists' books in the 21st Century
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