Monthly Archives: November 2012

Small Presses Take Brooklyn | Independent Book Publishers in Brooklyn

From the New York Times September 25, 2012 Small Presses Take Brooklyn | Independent Book Publishers in Brooklyn The Brooklyn Book Festival, held last September, was a showcase for the many small presses that have sprouted in Brooklyn.

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A Hand-Crafted Holiday at the San Francisco Center for the Book

Announcing the annual SFCB Holiday Fair! Saturday/ December 8/ 12-5pm/ FREE The San Francisco Center for the Book is proud to announce the arrival of our annual Holiday Fair! Join us at SFCB on Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 12-5pm and support the work of local Bay Area artisans. Enjoy a hearty holiday selection of […]

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From “One for Each”: Touch and the Visceral Silhouette

Paolo Salvagione is the 2012 Artist-in-Residence at the San Francisco Center for the Book. He is in the process of creating a sensory Wunderkammer. An elegant cabinet of curiosities containing five drawers, one for each of the human senses. Each drawer holds a distinct, self-contained object. Salvagione is striving, as always, for a playful approach […]

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One for Each: Sight and the Media of Immersion

Sight and the Media of Impression: one of five essays by Marc Weidenbaum for a new artists’ book by Paolo Salvagione. Marc Weidenbaum can be found at disquiet.com As the future slides into focus, as we come to nearly inhabit it and to think of it as something increasingly proximate to the present, it retains […]

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