The Newsstand : independently published zines, magazines, & artist books / [interviews & text, Ken Miller].

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Skira, a division of Rizzoli International Inc., 2016.
Description
349 pages : illustrations (black & white, some color) ; 25 cm

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The most comprehensive anthology of contemporary zine culture of New York and beyond, including more than a thousand contemporary artist publications and independently produced zines, books, and artworks. The Newsstand was a pop-up conceptual retail store that transformed an ordinary subway hub into a mecca for independently published magazines, books, comics, and zines. Located within Brooklyn s Metropolitan Avenue L/G stop in 2013, the temporary space hosted events and art exhibitions in which the artists, acting as guest clerks, were given carte blanche to transform the space. In November 2015, The Newsstand will be re-created and built to scale at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, including the zines and books sold in its original location. The Newsstand catalogue features images of the zines, books, and ephemera sold; documentation of the events and exhibitions; images of the guest clerks and artists; essays by leading cultural figures; and interviews with the publishers, artists, commuters, MTA workers, and police officers influenced by The Newsstand. Designed in the style of a zine, this book not only documents a prolific time within independent publishing but also the thriving community that supports it."
Notes
  • Subtitle from book jacket.
  • Includes index.
  • "The Newstand will be re-created and re-imagined as part of the exhibition Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015 at The Museum of Modern Art, New York" --Book jacket.
ISBN
  • 9780847847556 ((paperback))
  • 0847847551 ((paperback))
LCCN
2015950630
OCLC
934617111
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