This is a national, survey exhibition of 81 books representing 47 artists from 19
A four-color catalogue will be available.
Curators for Beyond the Fold are Judith Brodsky, Founder/Director of the
Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, and Edward Hutchins, master
book artist, Proprietor of Editions, a studio for producing artist book
Special events: all events listed below will be held at the Baird Center and
are free to the public, unless otherwise noted.
September 24 8-10 pm Opening Reception with Book Fair Preview
September 24, 7pm Performances Box for a Brighter Side and Carrots Anyone?
by Susan Share, internationally known book performance artist now living in
September 25th -26th, 1-4 pm Gallery Book/Supply Fair featuring limited
edition artist books priced under $50 and related instructional books and
September 12-October 16 Book Pages: the work of our distinguished Beyond the
Fold workshop instructors will be exhibited at the Printmaking Council of NJ,
440 River Road, Somerville, NJ (908 725-2110)
October 2, 1-3 pm Kids Book It! A workshop for children 7 & up.
October 28, 7:30 It's All About Paper, A lively discussion about
manuscripts, books, typography and design as it developed through the
centuries from the Renaissance to 1999 by Bill Dane, Curator and Supervising
Librarian for Special Collections and Keeper of Prints at The Newark Public
November 4, 10:30am-12:30 pm A Morning with Bill Dane at The Newark Public
Library. A rare opportunity to see and touch some of the treasures of the
Newark Public Library collection of prints. Advance registration required.
September 25-November 14 Through out the exhibition, various workshops
concerning all facets of book and related arts will be offered each weekend
by distinguished book artists. Locations for workshops will be The Gallery of
South Orange, the Newark Museum and the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print
Call GOSO, 973 378-7754, for a brochure.
Gallery visiting hours: Wednesday and Thursday 10-2, 4-6
Saturday and Sunday 1-4
Also by appointment
This exhibition has been made possible, in part, by a Geraldine R. Dodge
Foundation Grant and The New Jersey State Council on the Arts/ Department of
State and made possible in part by funds from the National Endowment for the