This catalogue was written to accompany an exhibition that was first on display at the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts and later travelled to Towson University. It addresses the themes of the book as object, subject, and concept. Stretching the definition of book, the exhibition included artist-made books, deconstructed books, and book installations. In an age where the printed book may soon be an anachronism, artists remain fascinated by the subject and materials of the book. The catalogue presents, through the work of more than forty nationally-known artists, various conceptual and formal approaches related to the “book.” Essays by Christopher Bartlett, Maiza Hixson, and J. Susan Isaacs.
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