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The Book Undone: Thirty Years of Granary Books

September 8, 2015 through January 29, 2016

Columbia University • Rare Book & Manuscript Library


You are cordially invited to these related events at Columbia:

"Who's on First?"
Francie Shaw and Bob Perelman on Collaboration
6:00 pm Thursday, November 5, 2015
Butler Library, Room 523
535 W. 114th St. NYC

"The Book as Performance"
Jen Bervin and Cecilia Vicuña
A performance and discussion
6:30 pm Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Butler Library, Kempner Gallery, 6th floor
535 W. 114th St., NYC

Both events are free and open to the public

Columbia University
Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Butler Library 6th floor
535 West 114th St., NYC

It’s difficult to fully describe the range and impact of Steve Clay’s Granary Books. Beginning in 1985 he has concocted a mix of poets, artists, printers, and craftspeople whose work defines an era and fundamentally shapes our understanding of the artists’ book.
      — Mark Dimunation, Chief of Rare Book and
           Special Collections Division, Library of Congress


A checklist and compendium of commentaries have been prepared for the exhibition.
Checklist: view (web page) or download (pdf)
Commentary: view (webpage) or download (pdf)

Opening event audio file with Charles Bernstein, Johanna Drucker, Vincent Katz, Daniel Kelm, Emily McVarish, Jerome Rothenberg, and Buzz Spector
Click here

Brakhage’s Childhood

by Jane (Brakhage) Wodening

Brakhage’s Childhood
6.5 x 9 inches, 356 pp., illustrated paperback
Introduction by P. Adams Sitney, afterword by Tony Pipolo
ISBN 9781887123839

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