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Artists' Books and Supporting Resources: Find Reference Sources

Selected Online Resources

Artists' Books Online (publicly available)
"Artists' Books Online is designed to promote critical engagement with artists books and to provide access to a digital repository of metadata, scans, and commentary. The project serves several different communities: artists, scholars and critics, librarians and curators, and interested readers."
(From the web site)

Book Arts Web (publicly available)
The Book Arts Web site maintains an extensive network of links to book arts-related information. It also maintains a listserv for interested people and a searchable archive of the listserv's messages.

Selected Print Resources

History & Criticism

Catalogs 

Tap Tap, by Roxi

The artist's book Tap Tap, by Roxi.

For the Artist: Technical and How-to

Book Arts Listserv (through Book Arts Web)
This listserv is used for ongoing discussion of current works, methods, and events related to bookmaking and artists' books. The above link provides access to information about how to sign up and participate, as well as an archive of past posts.

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