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Zines Field Trip to the Brooklyn Museum

December 9 @ 12:00 pm

Free
Members of our Zine Project are invited to join their fellow makers for a trip to the Brooklyn Museum, where Copy Machines Manifesto: Artists Who Make Zines is on display. This is the first exhibition dedicated to the rich history of five decades of artists’ zines produced in North America. Our group will meet outside the Museum and enjoy the exhibition together, diving even deeper into the history of zines and exploring the contemporary artists who are creating them today.

Please use this form to RSVP for our field trip. No transportation or tickets are included, but please note that the Brooklyn Museum is “pay what you wish”. Questions? Drop Melissa a message.

Ramdasha Bikceem. Gunk, no. 4 (detail), 1993. Fales Library, New York University. © the artist; Daniel Guzmán, Gabriel Kuri, Damián Ortega, Luis Felipe Ortega. Casper: Revista de título mutable, no. 5 (detail), 1998. Collection Luis Felipe Ortega. © the artists; Robert Ford, with Trent Adkins and Lawrence Warren. Thing, no. 5 (detail), Fall 1991. Collection Steve Lafreniere. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, Evan McKnight); Ramdasha Bikceem. Paste-up for Gunk, no. 5, 1994. Fales Library, New York University. © the artist; Abraham Cruzvillegas. Casper: Revista de título mutable, no. 3, 1998. Collection Luis Felipe Ortega. © the artists; Robert Ford, with Trent Adkins and Lawrence Warren. Thing, no. 4, Spring 1991. Collection Steve Lafreniere. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, Evan McKnight); Linda Simpson. My Comrade, no. 1, 1987. Collection Steve Lafreniere. © the artist. (Photo: David Vu); Linda Simpson. My Comrade, no. 7 (detail), 1990. Collection Philip Aarons and Shelley Fox Aarons. © the artist (Photo: David Vu); Joey Terrill. Homeboy Beautiful, no. 2 (detail), 1979. Collection Philip Aarons and Shelley Fox Aarons. © the artist and Ortuzar Projects, New York. (Photo: David Vu); Joey Terrill. Homeboy Beautiful, no. 1, 1978. ONE Archives at the USC Libraries. © the artist and Ortuzar Projects, New York; Raymond Pettibon. Tripping Corpse Four, 1984. Collection Philip Aarons and Shelley Fox Aarons. © Raymond Pettibon, courtesy the artist and David Zwirner. (Photo: David Vu); G. B. Jones and Bruce LaBruce. J.D.s, no. 1, 1986. Collection Bruce LaBruce. © the artists. (Photo: David Vu); G. B. Jones and Bruce LaBruce. J.D.s, no. 2 (detail), 1986. Collection Bruce LaBruce. © the artists (Photo: David Vu); Tammy Rae Carland. I ♥ Amy Carter, no. 5 (detail), Summer 1994. Collection the artist. © and courtesy the artist and Jessica Silverman, San Francisco; Mark Morrisroe and Lynelle White. Dirt, no. 4, 1977. Collection Willie Alexander. © The Estate of Mark Morrisroe (EMM). (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, Evan McKnight); Tammy Rae Carland. I ♥ Amy Carter, no. 4, January 1994. Collection the artist. © and courtesy the artist and Jessica Silverman, San Francisco; Mark Gonzales. Broken Poems, n.d. Collection Philip Aarons and Shelley Fox Aarons. © Mark Gonzales. (Photo: David Vu); Lisa Baumgardner. Bikini Girl, vol. 1. no. 5, 1980. Collection Philip Aarons and Shelley Fox Aarons. (Photo: David Vu); Raymond Pettibon. The Charm of Vice (detail), 1988. Collection Philip Aarons and Shelley Fox Aarons. (Photo: David Vu); Tammy Rae Carland. I ♥ Amy Carter, no. 4 (detail), January 1994; Mark Morrisroe and Lynelle White. Dirt, no. 1 (detail), 1975. Collection Willie Alexander. © The Estate of Mark Morrisroe (EMM). (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, Evan McKnight); Mark Morrisroe and Lynelle White. Dirt, no. 1, 1975. Collection Willie Alexander. © The Estate of Mark Morrisroe (EMM). (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, Evan McKnight); Tammy Rae Carland. I ♥ Amy Carter, no. 5 (detail), Summer 1994; Raymond Pettibon. Misadventures [with Nelson Tarpenny] (detail), 1989. © Raymond Pettibon, courtesy the artist and David Zwirner. (Photo: David Vu); Lisa Baumgardner. Bikini Girl, vol. 1, no. 7 (detail), 1980. Collection Philip Aarons and Shelley Fox Aarons (Photo: David Vu); Raymond Pettibon. Misadventures [with Nelson Tarpenny] (detail), 1989.

Details

Date:
December 9
Time:
12:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/copy_machine_manifestos_artists_who_make_zines

Venue

Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238 United States
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