Bodman, S. L.
Artists' Books Creative Production and Marketing.
Impact press, UWE Bristol.
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Publisher's URL: http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/survres.htm
|Additional Information:||Published results of AHRC funded survey 2004-2005. Publication available on-line as free PDF download from Centre for Fine Print Research website. There is little information available concerning the relationship between artists' books and their potential marketing in the contemporary arena. Taking as its starting point the assumption that each Book Artist is the creative producer, publisher and distributor of their own artwork, Bodman's project funded by the AHRC (Award Number 17789, June 2004) took the form of a critical survey of creative production in relation to the market potential of artists' books. This publication is the result of the one-year research project. The book includes a series of case studies of 24 Book Artists (between 2 � 30+ years experience) who were interviewed in order to show their experiences in: the UK, Eire, France, Germany, Spain, Denmark and USA. Each case study investigates the artists' working practices, experiences of marketing, book fairs, interaction with collections and purchasers. Paper copies of the publication are held by the following institutions: The British Library, Tate Britain, The London Institute; Joan Flasch Artists Books Collection at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago; Leeds University; NCAD Eire; Brighton University Library; Royal College of Art; Scottish National Gallery; National Art Library; Amherst College Library, USA; King St Steven Museum, Hungary; Virginia Commonwealth University; Rhode Island School of Art and Design; Camberwell College of Arts; Oregon College of Art & Craft; Winchester School of Art; Edinburgh College of Art; Glasgow School of Art; Pyramid Atlantic; CBBAG Toronto; Minnesota Center for Book Arts; San Francisco Center for Book Arts. A second, updated and expanded edition (67 pp) was published August 2007 (www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/surv07.htm), with new interviews with librarians, dealers and artists specialising in artists' books, 28 updated and new artists' case studies (ISBN 13 978-0-9547025-7-1).|
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