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1st Artistbook International Paris 1995. Exh. cat. Paris: ABI, 1994.

2nd Artistbook International New York 1995. Exh. cat. Paris: ABI, 1995.

3rd Artistbook International Cologne 1996. Exh. cat. Paris: ABI, 1996.

4th Artistbook International New York 1997. Exh. cat. Paris: ABI, 1997.

Alberro, Alexander, and Patricia Norvell, eds. Recording Conceptual Art. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001.

Alexander, Charles, ed. Talking the Boundless Book: Art, Language and the Book Arts. Minnesota: Minnesota Center for Book Arts, 1995.

———. “Centering the Art (Arts?) of the Book.” M/e/a/n/i/n/g, no. 17 (May 1995): 21–26.

Alloway, Lawrence. “Artists as Writers, Part Two: The Realm of Language.” Artforum (April 1974): 30–35.

American Narrative/Story Art 1967–1978. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, 1978.

Antolini, Roberto, F. Azari, and Fortunato Depero. Libri taglienti, esplosivi e luminosi: Avanguardie artistiche e libro fra futurismo e libro d’artista. Rovereto, Italy: Nicolodi, 2005.

Antonetti, Martin. “The Grolier Club, New York.” Bookways (January 1992): 17–22.

Art Is Book. Exh. cat. Hasselt, Belgium: Provinciale Centrale Openbare Bibliotheek; and Wellen, Belgium: The Administration Centre, 1991.

Art Papers 6, no. 21 (1997). 


Art Papers 14, no. 3 (May–June 1990): 2–20.

Art-Rite, no. 14 (winter 1976–77). Special issue: Artists’ Books.

The Artist Turns to the Book. Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, 2005.

Artwords and Bookworks. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, 1978.

Artists’ Books. Exh. cat. Brisbane, Australia: Grahme Galleries and Editions, 1991.

Artists’ Books. Exh. cat. Manchester, England: Manchester Metropolitan University Library, 1993.

“Artists’ Books.” Artweek 26, no. 1 (January 1995): 16–26.

“Artists’ Books.” Art Review 47 (November 1995): 43.