Hot off the Press! New Observations Issue #129. Come out to Printed Matter Bookstore. Friday, Feb 15th, 6-8 pm. 195 10th Ave New York, NY 10011
Issue 129 is at the printer. Checked proofs today and we are set to go on press, Tuesday 7:30 am. The big snow will, of course, not affect this .... Fingers crossed!
Thanks to everyone who has donated to the print edition of New Observations magazine. We are very close to our printing goal and excited about printing #129 in full color and a 64 page double issue. It will be great! An amazing list of contributors for the relaunch issue has been put together to celebrate our cultural community.
Erika Knerr, Publisher — NEW YORKNew Observations magazine
will present issue 130,
guest edited by Pedro A.H. Paixão
, at the NY Art Book Fair
at MoMA PS1, September 26-28 2014. The topic and contributors will be announced soon!
Printed Matter, Inc. presents
THE NY ART BOOK FAIR
September 26–28, 2014
Preview: Thursday, September 25, 6-9pm
MoMA PS1 http://nyartbookfair.com
You can help re-launch the artist-run periodical, New Observations
with it's second issue since the relaunch by stopping by the table at MoMA PS1. You can support us by visiting the website and purchasing back issues exclusively via Printed Matter. ( http://newobs.org/backissues
) Our current issue "Out of the Box: The Way of Art on the Loose" guest edited by Joshua Selman is available along with a large selection of back issues since 1981.
Your donation and support will help us publish an extraordinary new issue!
Our Target is $8,000.00. Your support will help cover Printing Costs, Distribution, Commission Costs and Fees, Honorariums and Equipment.
Publisher and DesignerNew Observations
is an independent arts magazine published by artists for artists and the greater community, as a work of collaborative art. Dedicated to bringing artists' voices to the public forum through an innovative guest edited journal published from 1981-2001, we resumed publication in 2013. Its editorial pages have presented an extraordinary range of viewpoints and ideas reflecting the diversity within the arts. Artists speak for themselves from the inside out on in-depth thematic topics in each issue. New Observations
magazine has featured a wide range of artists working inside and inbetween visual art, poetry, essays, fiction and project based works as a resource for and from the art community, including art historians, scholars, and the general public.New Observations
is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and is a registered trademark.
For more information: http://www.newobs.org