Formats
Anthologies
125
Audio
297
Catalogues
332
Clothing
20
Editions
24
Ephemera
59
Literary
37
Monographs
123
Posters
239
Video
40
Zines
130

Shop > Artists' Books

#12527

Open by Chance & Appointment

Artist
Ben Kinmont
Price
$26.00
Date
2016
Publisher
Ben Kinmont
Format
Artists' Books
Size
12.5 × 18 cm
Length
32 pages
Genre
Books on Books
Description

An account of Ben Kinmont’s store in Sebastopol where he conducted business until the Spring of 2016. The title is from the sign on the door. Chances were that there was usually someone on the premises.

Staple-bound, color interior. Edition of 500.

  1. Open by Chance & Appointment
 

Related Items

  1. Ben Kinmont: Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family
  2. Ben Kinmont: Eat, Drink, & Be Merry! A holiday list of gastronomy
  3. Ben Kinmont and Ian Wilson: Project Series: Ian Wilson
  4. Ben Kinmont: On becoming something else, in public
  5. Ben Kinmont: On becoming something else, in private
  6. Ben Kinmont: Prospectus, first edition
  7. Ben Kinmont: An exhibition in your mouth
  8. Ben Kinmont: Speculum mensae
  9. Ben Kinmont: Gastronomie 2009
  10. Ben Kinmont: Trois cours de gastronomie
  11. Ben Kinmont: Towards a definition of project art… Ethical considerations in project art
  12. Ben Kinmont: Gastronomie 2010
  13. Ben Kinmont: Towards a definition of project art… Ethical considerations in project art
  14. Ben Kinmont: Prospectus: Artists´edition
  15. Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven
  16. Jiang Yue: Inessential
  17. Robert Kinmount: Robert Kinmont
  18. Bernhard Cella: Covers
  19. Myung Feyen, A Book About Some People And Time
  20. Time is the Assassin by Victor Boullet
  21. Ein Herz fur Menschen
  22. Wheels and Trophies
  23. Derek Sullivan: Surplus Portfolio
  24. Transporter
  25. Carl David Rutton: Gridlock
  26. Eitan Ben-Moshe: Jericho Moons
  27. Miles Collyer: Culture Out of Context
  28. Denise Schatz: Apartment
  29. Félicia Atkinson: A book stands un-open, like a silent and neat empty bed
  30. Fin Serck-Hanssen: Normalizing Judgement
  31. Rob Van Leijsen: Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods of Appropriation in Re-enacted Artists’ Books
  32. Uncovering Artists’ Books
  33. AA Bronson: Tick-Tock
  34. Consumption Junction
  35. Merce Cunningham: Changes
  36. Meredith Snider: One Butternut Squash, Chopped