Tag Archives: Rachael Morrison

Drinkollage Zine Vol.1 Launch Party Tonight

tumblr_mpzl3wcW091sxgj1oo1_1280Drinkollage Zine Launch Party !

Tuesday July 23

7-10pm

Heathers Bar

506 E 13th St, NYC

(between Ave A and B)

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Museum of Modern Art Library Wants to Know What You Are Reading

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From MoMA Library Tumblr:

From September 25, 2013–January 6, 2014, the Museum of Modern Art Library will be hosting an exhibition titled Reading List: Artists’ Selections from the MoMA Library Collection, in the mezzanine of The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building and we would like to hear from you. If you would like to make a contribution please fill out the form below. Thanks!

Please see the posting and questionnaire here.

 

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Better: Culture & Lit

Citrus, by Grant Willing

Another new online magazine just launched this past week, Better: Culture & Lit. I am honored to be included as Arts Editor. The magazine features poetry, fiction, essays, and art. Bookmark it!

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Millennium Magazines at MoMA

Veneer, No. 05. (Portland, OR: MPH, 2008). Photograph by Flint Jamison

Museum of Modern Art Bibliographer David Senior and myself are curating an exhibition of artists’ magazines published since 2000. The exhibition, Millennium Magazines, includes over 100 publications, and will be on view from February 21-May 14 in the mezzanine of the Cullman Education & Research building at MoMA.

As we gear up for the exhibition I will be posting information about some of the magazines included in the exhibition. Stay tuned for more information posted to this blog and on the MoMA website.

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f.ART Magazine Launch!

The magazine I am making with Ivaylo Gueorgiev – f.ART – is being launched with a grand celebration next Wednesday September 29th at Heathers (506 E. 13th St. NYC) from 8-late. Issue 1 of the magazine will be available for $15 and includes a button (collect all 4!). In addition, I am really excited to announce our two DJs – Dave Tompkins* and Raspberry Jones**! If you can’t make the party you can still buy a copy of the magazine on our website or coming soon to an independent bookshop near you.

*Dave Tompkins’ first book How To Wreck A Nice Beach: The Vocoder From World War II To Hip-Hop was published by Stop Smiling/ Melville House in April of 2010.  Mix and more crosstalk can be found at howtowreckanicebeach.com. He lives in Brooklyn.

**Piotr Orlov (a.k.a. Raspberry Jones) is a Brooklyn-based critic, curator, and events producer. He helped put together the music program for the museum show, Black President: The Art and Legacy of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti; has written about house music and African techno for the New York Times; and throws a monthly dance-party called Treehouse. By day, Piotr is a strategic creative for Mother Industries.

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Tooting My Own Horn!

The artist Ivaylo Gueorgiev and I are currently working on the first issue of f.ART magazine. f.ART is a new collage based art magazine and we’ll be launching the first issue this fall. Until then we’re trying to raise money to cover the cost of printing and other expenses like photo shoots and a launch party. Please check out our Kickstarter page for more information on how you can donate and become a part of this fantastic magazine. We’re offering all sorts of rewards like m&m candies, issues of f.ART, and inclusion in our fan club! Support creativity, independent publishing, and art magazines by donating today! Even $5 gets you a prize!

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