Monday, November 29, 2010

Special Choice


Tri-Fold: New Perspectives on Book Arts at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center in Brooklyn just closed on Saturday. Three different curators had selected pieces related to book arts for that show, including my Handbook. The show was very well attended and I was happy to hear that Yuko Nii, the curator who had chosen my piece, had decided to extend her portion of the exhibition with new selections added as well.



Special Choice: Book Arts Part 1 & 2 will run at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center from December 4, 2010 to January 9, 2011. If you are in NYC during the run of the show I hope you will stop by and visit.





29 comments:

wanda miller said...

How very wonderful!!
These pieces are "EXTRAORDINARE" beyond words from me....!i only wish is could view them up close and personal.
Thank you for your gifts!!!

stregata said...

Wish I lived somewhere near - I would love to see this book up close. Congrats on being in the extended showing.

~*~Patty S said...

Just brilliant Seth and very exciting too

More Kudos to you!!!

Very lucky people that get to see your book in person!

Debrina said...

Well done Seth! Love this handbook. I think quite possibly one of my most favourite of things made by you :-)

Anonova said...

WOW! Congratulations on your Handbook being included! I bet that's a feeling that never gets old. It looks like an amazing show.

lyle baxter said...

just hand it over. your Handbook is the best! I am happy you were among those selected for further viewing! Its fun to know a celebrity!

Stephanie said...

Seth,
congratulations, this looks like a great show...wish I could see it.

Sharmon Davidson said...

Awesome! Congrats on being included in the show; it's so well deserved- I love the handbook! I wish i could see it in person- would be so cool to see the whole thing.

vivianbonder said...

fantastic seth! :) enjoy

rivergardenstudio said...

Congratulations Seth, this piece is extraordinary... roxanne

apaperbear said...

Oh what I would not give to make the trek to NYC to see that! Thick chunky wonderfulness...

Dave said...

Simply...congrats!!!!

oneartistjournal said...

How exciting Seth, love your work...A friend of mine is going to take me on what she calls a 'rust walk', her secret path near the LA airport overlooking the Pacific ocean, where there are tons of rusty 'things' to be found, I am so excited...perhaps that will compansate me for not being able to be in NYC to witness your work...
XOXOrly

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

These are simply priceless and oh so beautiful. Brilliant pieces and I wish I could hold your books. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Happy belated Thanksgiving!

Holly Dean said...

Way to go, Seth! And very much deserved :)

Jo Archer said...

Congratulations Seth. These are all fabulous. (Did you get my email with the Q&A stuff?)

Gillian McMurray said...

I love the piece second from bottom. It looks kind of spooky and reminds me of something creepy trying to get it or out.

La Dolce Vita said...

wish I could stop by and see it in person!! congrats!

darlene aKa HugGeR said...

What can I possibly say you are awesome and so is your art!!!!

Leslie said...

This is awesome Seth! I'm so glad to know that the show was extended. And especially glad to have seen this incredible book in person and to have been right across the table from you when it was born!

tricia said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the handbook! congratulations on the extended showing. i wish i could view all of your work in person.
blessings,

Nelda said...

Congratulations, Seth! This book is gorgeous.

Lisa said...

Congratulations Seth..sounds like a fabulous show! I never tire of viewing this wonderful work of art!

Coffee Messiah said...

Congratulations and what a great "handbook!"

Cheers!

Lynn said...

Congrats Seth, awesome piece of art!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Congratulations! How wonderful for you. You know how much I loved your hand book, and seeing it again is a true joy. I can see why it was chosen. I would have loved to see it in person, but I suppose this will be as close as I get to it. Again, job well done!

rscoach said...

Mazel Tov, Seth! Amazing artwork !!!! Reva

Judy said...

Excellent new Seth. xx

Kim Palmer said...

Oh, I loved this book when you put it up before and still do Seth. All those little hands! Congratulations on your inclusion in the exhibition. Well deserved!