by B. Freeman
JAB was founded in 1994 in order to encourage lively and serious debate about artists' books. Our mission is to develop the field of artists' books by means of critical discourse and creative exploration of the intersections of book arts, artists' books, poetry, photography, experimental literature, and other book related creative endeavors. As a forum for the study of artists' books, JAB publishes articles, reviews of artists' books and exhibitions, and commentary on conferences as well as other book arts-related activities. JAB also documents current activity through interviews with artists, showcases creative work in the form of artists' statements and artist-designed pages, inserts, and covers.
Journal of Artists' Books JAB 2
title note: On the masthead it says, “Volume One, Number Two, Fall 1994, $5.00" [B. Freeman]
born: United States of America
publisher: Interplanetary Productions
artists' books (LCSH)
artists' books (LCSH) Article by Johanna Drucker, "The Public Life of Artists' Books: Questions of Identity"
ethnic Art (AAT) Article by M. Kasper, "Calendar-Art: Scenes from the Life of Raja Ravi Varma"
small press (local)
inspiration: [B. Freeman]
related works: Ravi Varma’s “Kaliya-Mardanam”; Print works by M.A. Joshi and B.G. Sharma;Scott McCarney’s Encyclopedia McCarney: the Portland Project; Keith Smith’s A Hundred Bindings. [B. Freeman]
manuscript type: other
location: call number: AOB 40, Yale University Library holds the Journal of Artists' Books (JAB) archive, 1995-2003.