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Hajdu Zsolt: We Are Waiting Here

Posted in bookwork, Budapest, comics, drawing, fanzine, urban art, wildlife by plagium2000 on 24/09/2014

Hajdu Zsolt: Mi itt várunk / We Are Waiting Here

Hajdu Zsolt had been shooting a large collection of dogs waiting at the shop entrance for their human masters. His photos are available at one of his blogs: http://csicskakep.tumblr.com/. This booklet was made to publish a drawing selection of the artist.

Silvio De Gracia (ed.): Poesía Visual Latinoamericana

Posted in bookwork, comics, dada, fanzine, mail art, visual poetry by plagium2000 on 24/09/2014

HOTEL DaDA 8 POESÍA VISUAL LATINOAMERICANA

Selección, presentación y notas de Silvio De Gracia

Participantes:

Juan Carlos Romero / Augusto de Campos / Clemente Padín / Jorge Caraballo / Moacy Cirne / Hilda Paz / Araceli Zúniga / Elías Adasme / Jesús Romeo Galdámez / Sergio Monteiro de Almeida / José Roberto Sechi / Silvio De Gracia / Philadelpho Menezes / Tulio Restrepo / Avelino de Araújo / Antonio Cares / Paulo Bruscky / Hugo Pontes / Nei Leandro de Castro / César Espinosa / Álvaro de Sá / Haroldo de Campos / Dámaso Ogaz / Edgardo Antonio Vigo / Décio Pignatari / Wlademir Dias-Pino / León Ferrari / Grupo Escombros / Guillermo Deisler /

HOTEL DaDA 8 POESÍA VISUAL LATINOAMERICANA fue presentada en el marco de la VI Feria del Libro de la Ciudad de Junín, el miércoles 8 de setiembre, en el Auditorio del MUMA, el Museo Municipal de Arte. Además, la publicación integró la muestra “Libros de Artista” Argentinos Colección Juan Carlos Romero, del 1 al 30 de octubre, en la Biblioteca Pública de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata, como parte de la 1° Bienal Universitaria de Arte y Cultura

Papercut Zine Library

Posted in fanzine, show by plagium2000 on 19/09/2014

a fully-functioning lending library, with a focus on hand-made and independently produced materials. Our collection includes everything from the all-familiar photocopied punk rock zines from the 80’s to hand-crafted personal zines bound together with yarn. Papercut is run by a collective of volunteer librarians. In addition to archiving and maintaining this collection, librarians also host a number of events including zine making workshops and zine release parties. Become a member today to join this growing community of zine enthusiasts!

http://www.papercutzinelibrary.org/wordpress/