Booklyn’s mission is to promote artists’ books as art and research material and to assist artists and organizations in documenting, exhibiting, and distributing their artwork and archives. We specifically assist artists and organizations who are committed to environmental and social justice.
Jun. 17, 2022
Artist, archivist, and educator, Sauda Mitchell joins us to look at the intersections of marginalized students, archives, space engagement, and critical analysis of primary sources, and how she’s merging art, education, and archival practice into one profession.
Jun. 07, 2022
Remember SASS + ZINES? Now there’s AFTER SASS: Reimaging Identity & Representation Within Zine Culture 🌈
First up: Neta Bomani facilitates a conversation with Joan Dark, Raquel Espasande, and Emily Warfield of the Bluestockings Collective.
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Booklyn ArtistsRyoko Adachi Shana Agid Kurt Allerslev Zoe Beloff Leopoldo Bloom Kelie Bowman Ken Campbell CUBA Raoul Deal Jan Descartes Stephen Dupont James Enos FLY Ganzeer Kyle Goen David Hammons Candace Hicks Aaron Hughes Monica McKelvey Johnson Mariame Kaba Halah Khan Evgenia Kim Nicolas Lampert Sto Len Ruth Lingen Josh MacPhee Sauda Mitchell Eliana Perez Fred Rinne Erik Ruin María Verónica San Martín David Sandlin Veronika Schäpers Beldan Sezen Dana F. Smith Meredith Stern Sofia Szamosi Mike Taylor Brian D. Tripp Marshall Weber C. K. Wilde Scott Williams Xu Bing See All
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