August 15, 2014
New Observations #130 At NY Art Book Fair MoMA PS1 Sept 25-28
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New Observations #130
Debuts At NY Art Book Fair
MoMA PS1, Sept 25-28
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.
Erika Knerr, Publisher — New York
We are excited to announce that New Observations magazine debuts its newest Issue #130, guest edited by Pedro A.H. Paixão, at the NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, September 26-28 2014. This is the 130th issue in a long line of cutting edge publications, each guest edited and dedicated to letting artists speak for themselves through the collaborative production and development of every issue since 1981. New Observations magazine has an illustrious roster of previous editors, writers and artists. The issues combine as an organic survey of contemporary artists, interests, approaches and sensibilities as they have emerged for over 30 years. The magazine’s impact on culture has foreshadowed today’s collaborative media.
Printed Matter, Inc. presents
The NY Art Book Fair
September 26–28, 2014
Preview: Thursday, September 25, 6-9pm
MoMA PS1 http://nyartbookfair.com
Help debut the artist-run periodical, New Observations
with its second issue since the relaunch by stopping by the table at MoMA PS1. You can support us by visiting the website and purchasing from a large selection of 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 also available.
“As a previous guest editor I know well the costs of publishing at this level. We can’t do this without your help. If you’re planning to have a copy of this issue, why not support it now. You’ll make a direct impact on the quality and integrity of the issue.” — Joshua Selman, Guest Editor, New Observations Magazine, Issue #129
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New 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 since 1981, its editorial pages have presented a wide range of viewpoints and ideas reflecting the diversity within the arts. Artists speak for themselves, on art from the inside out and on in-depth thematic topics, in each issue. New Observations magazine has featured a wide range of 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.
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