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The Center for Book Arts

Street of the Booksellers
Fragile by Dorothy Krausse, 2011, Edition of 3
On Saturday, I visited the Center for Book Arts
to see their latest exhibition: 
Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here


Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here
is a traveling exhibition featuring over 250 artists' books
and 50 broadsides by artists around the world.

Organized by Beau Beausoleil and Sarah Bodman, 
this exhibition is about the loss of the 
that occurred on March 5, 2007
by a bomb explosion.

Some of the Artists' Books on display at The Center for Book Arts
In New York City, 
Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here 
is a collaborative presentation from 
mid-June through September 2013
 at five cultural venues:
The Center for Book Arts

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