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Slide Shows

Price
$1.00
Date
2014
Publisher
Fillip
Format
Artists' Books
Size
14 × 21 × 0.2 cm
Length
40 
Description

As part of the Print Centre, during IbA in Vancouver, Fillip Editions presented Slide Shows, a specially commissioned project by French curator Charlotte Cheetham. This is a pocket guide to Slide Shows.

Taking the form of an ongoing series of video presentations by publishers, artists, designers, booksellers, and others working in the contemporary field of independent publishing, and, particularly, in what is called today the artist’s book, Slide Shows offers one possible cross section of a newly emergent landscape of contemporary art publishing.

With the sequential rhythm of the pages of a book, this set gives form to one possible look at this field, staging the printed work and research of some of its leading figures.

  1. Slide Shows
 

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