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Codex VII 2019 in Richmond, CA.
Spent about 5 hours here on Monday awestruck and spellbound. Tomorrow, Weds. Feb 6, 2019, from 10 - 3 pm is the last day to take in the feast for the eyes and mind. These artist's books and prints are incredible: from the most delicate to the sexiest silkscreened and shiny images. There are the more traditional rectangular bound books with sumptuous letterpress, rich blacks and exquisite prints, to ones that make you squeal with delight or giggle or be dazzled with their inventive structures and play with text. Does this review sound over the top? Believe me, I can critique when it's warranted, but mostly this exhibit is unmatched.
And not only are there Bay Area and California artists, private presses, limited and fine art editions, but creators from all over the US, Canada, Mexico, Scandinavia, Europe, South America, the far East, everywhere.
Get over and see it if you enjoy fine art work, talking with the creators and publishers on site, collecting books and broadsides. And for those of you with no more room on your walls, that's the beauty of artist books: they contain a whole world of art within their binding which you can keep in a drawer.
Students of artist books, typography and fine art printmaking would also do well to spend Wednesday there. It's only $10 admission (maybe less for students?) And then take in the shows around the SF Bay. I saw a super one at the lovely Environmental Design Library in Wurster Hall, UC's architecture building, curated by Julie Chen of Flying Fish Press.
Some other notables not pictured (I haven't seen all of the exhibitors yet): Asuka Ohsawa, silkscreens; Buzz Spector, Pyracantha Press; Dan Mayer; British artist and designer Leslie Gerry Editions (the sexyliscoius digital editioned prints); Luciano Passerini, il buon tempo; servane briand; Kalamazoo Book Arts Center, Jeff Abshear; David Esslemont, Solmentes Press; Mission Gallery, Mikio Watanabe, incredible mezzotints.
Conference informationHere's the website for CODEX
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Dr. Shirley Ann Whitakerand Michael Kuch; Ashes to Ashes published by Saw Press. Codex VII, Richmond, CA
Artist Book on exhibit at the Environmental Design Library, UC Berkeley, part of show curated by Julie Chen in conjunction with Codex VII
Nanette Wylde, Preneo Press, Codex VII
Kent Manshe, Preneo Press, Codex VII
David Esslemont, Solmentes Press, CODEX VII
CODEX VII. Book by Macy Chadwick.
CODEX VII, long view from back in cafe. It's huge!
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