No Longer Innocent Book Art in America: 1960-1980

ISBN-10: 1887123717

ISBN-13: 9781887123716

Edition: 2005

Authors: Betty Bright

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Book details

List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Granary Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/15/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 350
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.562
Language: English

Betty Bright, Ph.D., is a curator and historian. She is the author of No Longer Innocent: Book Art in America, 1960-1980 (Granary Books, 2005), the definitive study of this seminal period. She contributes the foreword to The Book Art of Richard Minsky, looking at Minsky's work in the context of the field of book art.

List of Illustrations
List of Color Plates
Books for the New Century
Europe's Legacy
The Fine Press Book
The Deluxe Book
The Bookwork
Embodied Spaces
Book Dissemblings
The Readymade Book
The United States: Assimilation and Change
The Fine Press Book
The Roycroft Press: Art and Business
Between Britain and America
A New American Fine Printer: Harry Duncan
Fine Press Auguries: Leonard Baskin
California's "Small Renaissance"
Printing as Spiritual Devotion: William Everson (Brother Antoninus)
The Deluxe Book
Printmaking's Changing Profile
Modern Painters and Sculptors as Illustrators
An American Hybrid: The Allen Press
The Multiple Bookwork
Making Offset's Mark: Eugene Feldman
Books for Our Time
The Artist as Independent Publisher
Photobookwork Precursors
The Sculptural Bookwork
Cornell and Duchamp: Imagined Terrains
Book as Assemblage
The 1960s: Ferment
The Fine Press Book
The Janus Press: A New Demeanor for Fine Printing
Book Art as an Alternative Lifestyle
Fine Printing on Campus
California's Print Activists
The Deluxe Book
Stamped Indelibly: Independent Deluxe Books
Richard Tuttle's Books of "Obstinate Humility"
Europe in America
The Multiple Bookwork
Something Else in Independent Publishing
Media Versus Aura: McLuhan and Benjamin
Ed Ruscha's "Mimesis of Amateurism"
The Dematerialized Book
The Sculptural Bookwork
The Captive Book: The Book as Box
The Appropriated Book
Additions and Subtractions
Performance and Installation Bookworks
The 1970s: Explosion
The Fine Press Book
Out of the Cradle
Fine Press Gatherings: Exhibitions and Conferences
Women at the Press
Crossover: The Center for Book Arts
The Pluralistic Book
The Ups and Downs of the Ordinary Book
"Your Money or Your Life"
The Deluxe Book
The Deluxe Book
In and Outside of the Atelier
Collecting: The Book as Art
Criticism: The Book Stripped Bare
The Multiple Bookwork
The Multiple Bookwork
No Longer Innocent: International Influence
Collecting the Anti-Collectible Book
Private Collecting: Peter Frank and the Sackners
To Have and to Hold: Printed Matter and Franklin Furnace
Conversation as Content: Hompson and Applebroog
Photography's Face for the Multiple Bookwork
Picturing the Visual Studies Workshop Press
The Copier as Printmaker
Building Community, Building A Network
Building Community, Building a Network
Artists' Books Personalize the Political
Show and Tell: Exhibition and Reception
The Sculptural Bookwork
The Sculptural Bookwork
The Next Chapter
The Next Chapter
Resources on Book Art
Photographic Credits
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