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SAVE the DATE!
Martin Parr & TOILETPAPER in conversation with Sam Stourdzé
Zoom event, Saturday, November 20 at 2.00 PM Eastern Time (USA and Canada)

Artbook at MoMA PS1 Bookstore and Damiani invite you to the online book discussion of Martin Parr, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s ToiletMartin PaperParr Book. In this online event, photographer Martin Parr, Toiletpaper’s Pierpaolo Ferrari and curator Sam Stourdzé will discuss the longtime collaboration between Parr and Toiletpaper and their current Villa Medici - Villa Médicis exhibition in Rome, art directed by Stourdzé and inspired by the ToiletMartin PaperParr Book.

To register please click here https://bit.ly/3wCnT5O

Artbook / D.A.P. Thames & Hudson Interart Sky Arte
This weekend / 20 NOV 7PM join #MartinParr for a talk live via Zoom 📡 with Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari - the artists behind TOILETPAPER Magazine 🚽✨

FREE EVENT hosted by Damiani and Artbook at MoMA PS1

They'll discuss the Martin Parr / TOILETPAPER Magazine collaboration 🙌

Full details and book your space 👉 bit.ly/3csq4iS

Here is a sample of the visual dialogue that lead to ToiletMartin PaperParr.
SAVE the DATE!
Martin Parr & TOILETPAPER in conversation with Sam Stourdzé
Saturday, November 20 at 2.00 PM Eastern Time (USA and Canada)
To register please click here https://bit.ly/3wCnT5O

Artbook at MoMA PS1 Artbook / D.A.P. Villa Medici - Villa Médicis Sky Arte
SAVE the DATE: Zoom event!
Martin Parr & TOILETPAPER in conversation with Sam Stourdzé
Saturday, November 20 at 2.00 PM Eastern Time (USA and Canada)
To register please click here https://bit.ly/3wCnT5O

Villa Medici - Villa Médicis Artbook / D.A.P. Artbook at MoMA PS1 Sky Arte
Online Event
Martin Parr & TOILETPAPER in conversation with Sam Stourdzé
Artbook at MoMA PS1 Bookstore
Saturday, November 20 at 2.00 PM Eastern Time (USA and Canada)

Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore and Damiani invite you to the online book discussion of Martin Parr, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s ToiletMartin PaperParr Book. In this online event, photographer Martin Parr, Toiletpaper’s Pierpaolo Ferrari and curator Sam Stourdzé will discuss the longtime collaboration between Parr and Toiletpaper and their current Villa Medici - Villa Médicis exhibition in Rome, art directed by Stourdzé and inspired by the ToiletMartin PaperParr Book.

To register please click here https://bit.ly/3wCnT5O

Artbook / D.A.P. Thames & Hudson Interart Snapper Von Schwaben Sky Arte #VTMMPP #toiletpapermagazine #martinparr #PierpaoloFerrari #mauriziocattelan #TMPP
'Wild Flowers' by Joel Meyerowitz at MoMA bookstore
The book is available here https://bit.ly/2XM0lyd

Artbook at MoMA PS1 Artbook / D.A.P. MoMA PS1
We are thrilled to share work from our Fortune artists compiled in this year's addition of #VoicesOfFortune. Swing by Artbook at MoMA PS1 during your visit of Fortune's activation of MoMA PS1 Homeroom to buy your own copy of #VoicesOfFortune to read and celebrate Ireal Jacobs and the other published artists.
Only 3 MORE DAYS to visit our activation of Homeroom at MoMA PS1. Be sure to swing by Artbook at MoMA PS1 to pick up your own copy of #VoicesOfFortune to continue your celebration and recognition of the Fortune Arts community.
Don't miss this special Live Zoom event with Michael Stipe in conversation with JR Artist!
Click here to register: https://bit.ly/3uHfGvU

Artbook at MoMA PS1 Artbook / D.A.P. Mónika Condrea GOODmood Editore R.E.M.
Make sure to save the date for Michael's upcoming conversation with JR about his latest photographic book (published by Damiani)--happening one week from today on Oct. 10 with Artbook at MoMA PS1

(Book cover image of Tilda Swinton)
Join Gregg Bordowitz and Fred Moten at Artbook at MoMA PS1 (and streaming) on October 2 at 6 p.m. to celebrate the launch of Bordowitz’s new book, Some Styles of Masculinity (Triple Canopy, 2021). Bordowitz and Moten, friends and frequent correspondents, will discuss the performance and consumption of ethnicity in music and comedy; the story of Exodus and the promise of diaspora; and the role of culture in combating bigotry and claiming rights, especially in times of upheaval and plague.

ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore From a few pushcarts in the lobby of P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in 2004, the Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore has grown to become the most vibrant source for cutting-edge contemporary art books on the East Coast, a treasure trove of books rarely found elsewhere and a destination for lovers of contemporary culture.

Operating as usual

Photos from Artbook at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles's post 04/27/2022

Pre-order signed copies of books by artist David Horvitz here!
https://artbookstores.com/DH-THUMBNAIL

03/27/2022

"Letters Home" by Jonas and Adolfas Mekas is a riveting new book from Lithuanian publisher Post Scriptum. Visit the Bookstore or link below to purchase this extraordinarily personal look into the life of Jonas Mekas, “the godfather of American avant-garde cinema,” and his family.
https://artbookstores.com/Jonas-Mekas-Letters-Home

After fleeing war-torn Europe in 1949, brothers Jonas and Adolfas settled in New York and for decades wrote home to their beloved mother in Lithuania. "Letters Home" presents a selection of this correspondence alongside a trove of family photographs. Each book contains a bookmark that doubles as a paper letter knife, needed to open its uncut pages and access facsimiles of the Mekas brothers’ handwritten letters. It is a touchingly intimate invitation, to break open each page and peer into the deeply self-reflective lives within.

Photos from Artbook at MoMA PS1's post 11/15/2021

Celebration of a merging of three minds—Martin Parr, Maurizio Cattelan, Pierpaolo Ferrari—in Book and Exhibition as ToiletMartin PaperParr.

On Saturday, November 20 at 2PM EST (7PM GMT / 8PM CET), Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore and Damiani will host a live Zoom discussion between Martin Parr, Pierpaolo Ferrari and Villa Medici director Sam Stourdzé, who art-directed their current Toiletpaper & Martin Parr exhibition in Rome. The trio will discuss Parr’s longtime collaboration with 'Toiletpaper,' including the ToiletMartin PaperParr Book' and exhibition. Register and order signed books here: artbookstores.com/ToiletMartin-PaperParr

Martin Parr is a British photographer whose unflinching, critical perspective and wry images of contemporary life have made him a notable figure in the world of photography for 40 years. Parr is best known for his use of gaudy colors paired with the themes of leisure, consumerism and wealth.

Parr did not start by photographing in color. After attending Manchester Polytechnic (1970-73), he photographed small town communities in northern England and Ireland in black and white. His debut photobook, 'Bad Weather' (1982), is solely monochrome. The book is imbued with Parr's British perspective and dry sense of humor: he utilized a flash bulb and an underwater camera to capture comically surreal photographs of Brits hurriedly seeking shelter from the endless variety of "bad weather" that regularly befall them.

Parr transitioned to color photography soon after, citing such American photographers as Joel Meyerowitz, William Eggleston and Stephen Shore as influences. In Parr’s book 'The Last Resort' (1986), photos taken between 1983 and 1985 in the beach vacation destination of New Brighton, beach-goers are seen tanning and eating ice cream at a seaside teeming with dirty cement, tossed litter and crying babies. The photographs, with their garish color and unflattering lighting, introduced many Parr’s photographic approach.

While Parr continued to pursue themes of leisure and class in England through photography with 'The Cost of Living' (1986-1988), he also set his sights on global and mass tourism in 'Life’s a Beach' (1986), a collection of photographs from far-flung shores, and 'Small World' (1990-2017), a series of images that aimed to demystify the mythology of tourist hotspots such as Stonehenge, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Eiffel Tower, by revealing their stark and unsavory reality.

Parr is an avid collector of photobooks and a longtime champion of young photographers. In 2014 he founded the Martin Parr Foundation to support emerging, established and overlooked photographers whose work focuses on Britain and Ireland. Parr has also published more than 120 books of his own photographs and edited 30 others.

Parr’s recent collaborations with 'Toiletpaper,' a photo-based magazine that features provocatively staged color photographs, and its founders, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, is a logical partnership that builds upon the special Martin Parr edition of 'Toiletpaper' published in 2018.

'ToiletMartin PaperParr Book' (2020) is a large format, hardcover photobook that recontextualizes Parr’s most iconic images by presenting them alongside photographs from 'Toiletpaper'’s archive. Bound by a brash style and a vibrant color palette, the photographs by Parr, Cattelan and Ferrari cohere to form a reimagined look into their respective oeuvres.

The book subsequently inspired the exhibition 'Toiletpaper & Martin Parr' (July 2, 2021-February 27, 2022) at the Villa Medici, which displays photographs from 'ToiletMartin PaperParr Book' in playful ways that befit the photographs’ content, as the juxtaposition between the intentionally caustic aesthetic of the monumental prints and the environment in which they are exhibited—the classical gardens of a Renaissance palace—highlight the surreal mirror reflection of us and our ways.

--Yeon Cho, Artbook @ MoMA PS Bookstore

[Pictured: 'ToiletMartin PaperParr Book' (2020) alone (1) and with the ToiletMartin PaperParr magazine (2018) (2&3) and Toiletpaper umbrella (4).]

11/14/2021

Pre-order SIGNED copies of 'ToiletMartin PaperParr Book' and register for the Sat, Nov 20 online event here! https://artbookstores.com/ToiletMartin-PaperParr

Online Event
Martin Parr & TOILETPAPER in conversation with Sam Stourdzé
Artbook at MoMA PS1 Bookstore
Saturday, November 20 at 2.00 PM Eastern Time (USA and Canada)

Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore and Damiani invite you to the online book discussion of Martin Parr, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s ToiletMartin PaperParr Book. In this online event, photographer Martin Parr, Toiletpaper’s Pierpaolo Ferrari and curator Sam Stourdzé will discuss the longtime collaboration between Parr and Toiletpaper and their current Villa Medici - Villa Médicis exhibition in Rome, art directed by Stourdzé and inspired by the ToiletMartin PaperParr Book.

To register please click here https://bit.ly/3wCnT5O

Artbook / D.A.P. Thames & Hudson Interart Snapper Von Schwaben Sky Arte

Artbook at MoMA PS1 updated their information in their About section. 11/04/2021

Artbook at MoMA PS1 updated their information in their About section.

Artbook at MoMA PS1 updated their information in their About section.

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Photos from Artbook at MoMA PS1's post 07/30/2021

Today, Friday, July 30, NY PopsUp is hosting a free reading of Brontez Purnell’s ‘100 Boyfriends’ on Rashid Johnson’s Stage in the Courtyard at MoMA PS1. Brontez Purnell is a writer, musician, dancer, filmmaker, and performance artist from Triana, Alabama based in Oakland, California.

Visit the Bookstore or link below to pick up a SIGNED copy of ‘100 Boyfriends’ and join us on July 30 at 5:30 PM to hear excerpts read by the author himself. Tickets to the event are included in Museum entry. Visit momaps1.org to reserve your spot!

https://artbookstores.com/Brontez-Purnell-Thumbnail

‘100 Boyfriends’ shares intimate and humorous recounts of fictional, though entrancing, gay relationships: childhood bullies/crushes, long-term partners, friends with benefits, co-worker’s husbands, Satanist hookups… These relationships– no matter the extent– are each told from the perspective of a new narrator, all Black, all queer, and all longing for a sense of belonging and care. As Purnell has been called “a living archive of the Bay’s queer and punk scenes,” the stories he creates are reflective of his own experiences and those of the queer communities in the American South and the San Francisco Bay Area. Through each voice, Purnell’s tone shifts between desire, tenderness, eroticism, curiosity, naiveté, pain, and countless more emotions all can identify with. His characters are heroes in their own ways, even as they “tiptoe through minefields of romantic, substance-fueled misadventure,” With each page revolving around the “boyfriend,” we can’t help but wonder: What classifies as a boyfriend?

“My mother had explained to me that buildings needed human breath in them to keep them moist and held together,” one character recalls. “Abandoned buildings are like abandoned people — they die sooner.” –Brontez Purnell, ‘100 Boyfriends’

Rashid Johnson’s Stage, the location of Friday’s reading, is a participatory installation that draws from the history of the microphone as a tool for protest as well as a lyrical reference in hip-hop since the 1980s. This yellow powder-coated stage is sprawling with Johnson’s signature markings and supports five SM58 microphones that echo throughout the exterior of the museum. Any and all guests are welcome to speak, sing, protest, or rejoice by means of the Stage and MoMA PS1 is ecstatic to welcome Brontez Purnell.

Photos from Artbook at MoMA PS1's post 03/25/2021

Surprising absolutely nobody, the National Book Critics Circle recently picked ‘Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration,’ by Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood, as one of the best books of criticism published in 2020, and on the shortlist for their Criticism prize, to be announced tonight, Thursday, March 25, at 7PM EST.

For the last six months we have been humbled and honored to be the home base bookstore for Dr. Fleetwood's visionary exhibition catalogue, which serves not only as a guide to her landmark show but also as a manifesto in imagining, practicing, and proliferating creativity and freedom despite and beyond duress. We’re with her every step of the way, all the way to abolition. Dr. Fleetwood comes into the Bookstore sometimes to sign books and check in and chat for a while. She signs every book “To art & freedom!”—the most important things in the world, which she knows and means.

Signed books are available, which you will want to have when 'Marking Time' wins the National Book Critics Circle award. Visit our Bookstore or click below to order signed copies online. With love and solidarity from Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore.

https://artbookstores.com/Marking-Time-Art-in-the-Age-of-Mass-Incarceration-SIGNED

Photos from MoMA PS1's post 03/10/2021

Order the exhibition catalog here!
https://artbookstores.com/Niki-de-Saint-Phalle-Structures-for-Life

03/10/2021

Order 🐍 here: https://artbookstores.com/Niki-de-Saint-Phalle-Structures-for-Life
Book launch details below!

🐍 Pre-order the exhibition catalogue "Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life" from Artbook at MoMA PS1 and support independent bookstores. A new exploration of Niki de Saint Phalle’s colorful and compelling public structures featuring archival materials and more, this volume brings newfound attention to Saint Phalle’s work in architecture and public sculpture, and the commercial products such as perfume and jewelry that she produced to fund these ambitious projects. Get yours at mo.ma/order and stream the book launch online Thursday at 1 p.m. EST at mo.ma/launch

With a wide selection of images of her architectural works and rarely seen archival materials, this book places these projects in the context of her larger boundary-defying practice, drawing connections with politically charged works such as the films and books she made in response to the AIDS crisis in the 1980s. Charting Saint Phalle's many efforts to radically open her practice beyond the confines of the art world, it serves as a survey of her practice from the 1960s until the early 2000s.

Photos from Artbook at MoMA PS1's post 03/07/2021

New release! 'Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life' is published on occasion of the eponymous MoMA PS1 exhibition, opening March 11, 2021. Edited and with an essay by exhibition curator Ruba Katrib, with new scholarship by Anne Dressen, Nick Mauss, Alex Kitnick and Lanka Tattersall.

Click link below to order with free media mail shipping or $3.50 priority mail shipping in the U.S.
https://mailchi.mp/artbook/new-release-niki-de-saint-phalle-structures-for-life

Photos from Artbook at MoMA PS1's post 02/26/2021

Artbook Stores @ Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair
HAPPENING NOW TILL FEB 28!
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Art Monographs | Cookbooks | Children's Books | Ecology Design | Theory | Occult | Literature | Music
Limited Editions | Signed/OP Books | & much more!

Artbook Stores' Booksellers will be on live chat every day
from fair opening, noon till 8PM.

Register for our PMVABF Event 'Fab Fem Collab: Three Artists' Books: Johanna Drucker & Susan Bee' and purchase signed artists' bookplate copies of their three collaborative artist' books here: https://artbookstores.pmvabf.org/EVENT-BOOKS-THUMBNAIL

Timeline photos 12/27/2020

Dear young artists, thinkers, book worms: Artbook stores @artbookhwla and @artbookps1 are seeking interns who are interested in how independent bookstores are coming to terms with the 21st century retail reality. The internship is remote with the possibility of in-store tasks if agreed upon and as circumstances allow. The stores follow the Covid-19 guidelines at all times at both locations. The virtual internship allows for a long-distance internship experience, an unusual situation given that independent bookstores are, by nature, rooted in a specific place and therefore engage with local residents and culture.

For more information about the internship and how to apply, visit our website: https://www.artbook.com/jobs-ny-artbook.html

12/23/2020

🗓 Holiday Hours: the Bookstore is OPEN Thursday, Dec 24, 12-4PM, and as always, entrance is FREE! Reserve a free timed entry ticket by choosing your date and time and “Pay what you wish”: https://www.moma.org/ps1?_ga=2.32773246.117768981.1608739121-1127907404.1608739121

📚 Come shop our newly-restocked children’s book wall, packed with beautiful and engaging new books for babies to tweens!

🎁 Take advantage of our free gift wrapping station and free shipping in the U.S. for purchases of $25 or more.

🗓 The Bookstore is closed, Friday, December 25. Our normal hours resume on Saturday, December 26.

12/20/2020

Signed copies of Hal Foster's latest title, "Brutal Aesthetics: Dubuffet, Bataille, Jorn, Paolozzi, Oldenburg," are available now!

Limited availability, order here: https://mailchi.mp/artbook/hal-foster-signed-book-brutal-aesthetics-dubuffet-bataille-jorn-paolozzi-oldenburg

12/18/2020

"This is for you." Send a personalized Artbook Gift Card from me @ you & you @ me.

You know that they like books, but it is hard to select which book to give when you cannot visit a bookstore and look at the books, to find the special book that speaks for you, says “this is for you.” Online ordering doesn’t give you the ability to discover titles like in store, where staff has selected titles to be discovered. Or you might want to give a book to someone who you know likes books, but what book? Then the me @ you & you @ me gift card is perfect to speak for you.

Buy online, for instant usage, or order a physical gift card, mailed to you or yours with free U.S. shipping. Both options can be used online at artbook.com and in our stores in NYC, LA, and pop-up and fair stores around the country. Order here: https://mailchi.mp/artbook/send-a-personalized-artbook-gift-card-custom-amount-custom-message-perfect-gift

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