1. Title: Mi destino está en tus manosAuthors: María Isabel Rueda - Marcos CastroDonated by: Marcos Castro

My destiny is in your hands is a publication created by artists Maria Isabel Rueda (Colombia) and Marcos Castro (Mexico), by which Rueda’s drawings are in the destiny of Castro, who gives them a second reading while creating new ones in response to her drawings.
Just like a Relay race, passing the baton from one artist to the other.
____Esp.Mi destino está en tus manos es una publicación de Los artistas María Isabel Rueda (colombia) y Marcos Castro (méxico) en donde María Isabel entrega el destino de sus dibujos a Marcos Castro quien los “completa” desde México con otra serie de imágenes. Como una carrera de relevos simultánea.
Texto: Gabriel Mejía Diseño caja: Sandra Méndez
10 cuerpos 15 x 13 cm / 130 cm desplegado 400 ejemplares primera edición 2012
ISBN 978-958-46-1406-3

    Title: Mi destino está en tus manos
    Authors: María Isabel Rueda - Marcos Castro
    Donated by: Marcos Castro

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    My destiny is in your hands is a publication created by artists Maria Isabel Rueda (Colombia) and Marcos Castro (Mexico), by which Rueda’s drawings are in the destiny of Castro, who gives them a second reading while creating new ones in response to her drawings.

    Just like a Relay race, passing the baton from one artist to the other.

    ____

    Esp.

    Mi destino está en tus manos es una publicación de Los artistas María Isabel Rueda (colombia) y Marcos Castro (méxico) en donde María Isabel entrega el destino de sus dibujos a Marcos Castro quien los “completa” desde México con otra serie de imágenes. Como una carrera de relevos simultánea.

    Texto: Gabriel Mejía
    Diseño caja: Sandra Méndez

    10 cuerpos
    15 x 13 cm / 130 cm desplegado
    400 ejemplares
    primera edición 2012

    ISBN 978-958-46-1406-3

  2. Title: The new art of making booksAuthor: Ulises CarriónDonated by: Colour me In & Ediciones Hungría. 
In this text, Ulises Carrión, claims the death of the book as we know it. It easy to find through a web search, but this edition is the original manuscript as printed in “Plural:crítica y literatura” (1975) a literary supplement in mexican newspaper Excelsior. This unique publication comes as a book wrapper, taking over the cover of old books with reactionary words inviting us to think of new ways of making books.
Concept and design: Santiago da Silva

    Title: The new art of making books
    Author: Ulises Carrión
    Donated by: Colour me In & Ediciones Hungría.


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    In this text, Ulises Carrión, claims the death of the book as we know it. It easy to find through a web search, but this edition is the original manuscript as printed in “Plural:crítica y literatura” (1975) a literary supplement in mexican newspaper Excelsior. This unique publication comes as a book wrapper, taking over the cover of old books with reactionary words inviting us to think of new ways of making books.

    Concept and design: Santiago da Silva

  3. Title: …Is This Free?
Published by NURTUREart + Marco Antonini
Curated by Marco Antonini, this project consisted of three exhibitions, featuring artworks, ephemera and publications that have been mostly conceived and produced to be freely distributed. Historically relevant artworks, ephemera and publications loaned from private collections were presented side by side with contemporary work by emerging artists, including a series of project-specific artworks commissioned to emerging artists. Community high-school students and members of our audience were involved in the production of open-source artworks and instructional pieces, producing work that will ultimately become part of the three exhibitions.
The program spanned the whole summer, running from July 6 to September 22, 2012.
This is a book of interviews, email exchanges and contributions with/by Carrie Dashow, Pablo Helguera, Steve Lambert, Cesare Pietroiusti, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Elaine Tin Nyo, Brad Troemel, Amy Whitaker and Caroline Woolard, edited by Marco Antonini, published in conjunction with the exhibition

    Title: …Is This Free?

    Published by NURTUREart + Marco Antonini

    Curated by Marco Antonini, this project consisted of three exhibitions, featuring artworks, ephemera and publications that have been mostly conceived and produced to be freely distributed. Historically relevant artworks, ephemera and publications loaned from private collections were presented side by side with contemporary work by emerging artists, including a series of project-specific artworks commissioned to emerging artists. Community high-school students and members of our audience were involved in the production of open-source artworks and instructional pieces, producing work that will ultimately become part of the three exhibitions.

    The program spanned the whole summer, running from July 6 to September 22, 2012.

    This is a book of interviews, email exchanges and contributions with/by Carrie Dashow, Pablo Helguera, Steve Lambert, Cesare Pietroiusti, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Elaine Tin Nyo, Brad Troemel, Amy Whitaker and Caroline Woolard, edited by Marco Antonini, published in conjunction with the exhibition

  4. 
Title: Libreta AzulAuthor: Manuel BuenoDonated by: Colour me in & Ediciones Hungría
"Libreta Azul" is a compilation of phrases heard here and there. Phrases that Manuel found worthy of being illustrated with clever puns and tricks of the tongue. It is also a compilation of short stories with anonymous players, having dialogues or monologues that might sound oddly familiar  because it is very likely that we ourselves have articulated those words.edicioneshungria (dot) com 

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    Title: Libreta Azul
    Author: Manuel Bueno
    Donated by: Colour me in & Ediciones Hungría

    "Libreta Azul" is a compilation of phrases heard here and there. Phrases that Manuel found worthy of being illustrated with clever puns and tricks of the tongue. It is also a compilation of short stories with anonymous players, having dialogues or monologues that might sound oddly familiar  because it is very likely that we ourselves have articulated those words.

    edicioneshungria (dot) com 

  5. 
Title: Dia de AsuetoAuthor: Santiago da Silva Donated by: Colour me In & Ediciones Hungría.
Santiago da Silva lives and works in Berlin. Half Portuguese and definitively Mexican: Santiago is a genius.
Día de asueto is a small book that belongs to Ediciones Hungría. Gold foiled and hand stitched, this book is half drawings and half literature where the main character describes the discrete sensations that one could be filled with when freed from school or our daily jobs.
In it we can find some nudity, some of it also includes a series of strange stretch exercises impregnating it with a ” je ne sais quoi” that makes it both marvelous and delightful.
edicioneshungria (dot) com

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    Title: Dia de Asueto
    Author: 
    Santiago da Silva 
    Donated by: Colour me In & Ediciones Hungría.


    Santiago da Silva
     lives and works in Berlin. Half Portuguese and definitively Mexican: Santiago is a genius.

    Día de asueto is a small book that belongs to Ediciones Hungría. Gold foiled and hand stitched, this book is half drawings and half literature where the main character describes the discrete sensations that one could be filled with when freed from school or our daily jobs.

    In it we can find some nudity, some of it also includes a series of strange stretch exercises impregnating it with a ” je ne sais quoi” that makes it both marvelous and delightful.

    edicioneshungria (dot) com

  6. 
Title: Antes de DormirAuthor: Maria Eugenia CalvaDonated by: Colour me In & Ediciones Hungría. 
A golden elephant adorns the cover of a notebook with a big number of pages in blank, stains and scratches, which warrant a closer inspection.
Antes de Dormir, which could be translated as “Before bedtime,” is a the Author’s very complex and personal exercise of  recording the images and thoughts part of her daily experiences. This is a 150 copies/ limited edition by Ediciones Hungria 
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Nacida en México D.F. en 1986, María Eugenia Calva es la autora de Antes de dormir.
Un elefante dorado adorna la portada de un cuaderno en donde abundan las hojas en blanco, manchas y rayones de pluma; en una inspección más detallada se logran distinguir algunas palabras sin que las ideas que expresan sean claras ni coherentes.
Antes de dormir es un ejercicio complejo y muy personal. Para su realización, Maru Calva se entrenó para tomar nota de las imágenes y pensamientos con los que terminaba su día y los cuales la acompañaban al sueño profundo. Este íntimo fragmento de la vida de su autora está disponible en una edición limitada a 150 ejemplares.
edicioneshungria (dot) com

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    Title: Antes de Dormir
    Author: Maria Eugenia Calva
    Donated by: Colour me In & Ediciones Hungría. 

    A golden elephant adorns the cover of a notebook with a big number of pages in blank, stains and scratches, which warrant a closer inspection.

    Antes de Dormir, which could be translated as “Before bedtime,” is a the Author’s very complex and personal exercise of  recording the images and thoughts part of her daily experiences. This is a 150 copies/ limited edition by Ediciones Hungria
     

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    Nacida en México D.F. en 1986, María Eugenia Calva es la autora de Antes de dormir.

    Un elefante dorado adorna la portada de un cuaderno en donde abundan las hojas en blanco, manchas y rayones de pluma; en una inspección más detallada se logran distinguir algunas palabras sin que las ideas que expresan sean claras ni coherentes.

    Antes de dormir es un ejercicio complejo y muy personal. Para su realización, Maru Calva se entrenó para tomar nota de las imágenes y pensamientos con los que terminaba su día y los cuales la acompañaban al sueño profundo. Este íntimo fragmento de la vida de su autora está disponible en una edición limitada a 150 ejemplares.

    edicioneshungria (dot) com

  7. Title: "Tango"Donated by: Point of Contact
Tango is a grand format folio published by Iris Editions in New York (1991), with eight intaglio prints by Nancy Graves and thirteen pages of text by Pedro Cuperman, which gaze at the aesthetics of this Latin American dance
puntopoint (dot) org

    Title: "Tango"
    Donated by: Point of Contact

    Tango is a grand format folio published by Iris Editions in New York (1991), with eight intaglio prints by Nancy Graves and thirteen pages of text by Pedro Cuperman, which gaze at the aesthetics of this Latin American dance

    puntopoint (dot) org

  8. Title: "Alejandra"Vol. 10, No. 1-2 EDITED BY IVONNE BORDELOIS & PEDRO CUPERMAN  230 PAGES / ENGLISH-SPANISHDonated by: Point of Contact
THE LITERARY WORLD OF THE GREAT CITY OF BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA WELCOMES WITH OPEN ARMS THE 2010 POINT OF CONTACT EDITION INSPIRED BY THE LIFE AND POETRY OF ALEJANDRA PIZARNIK.The new bilingual issue of the Point of Contact book series focuses on the life and verse of the Argentine poet, Alejandra Pizarnik (1936-1972), a leading feminine voice in contemporary Latin American letters. Based on a collection of letters from young Alejandra, all unpublished until now, this significant compendium approaches Pizarnik’s work through an intimate dialogue, and a series of critical texts, including essays by Olga Orozco, Fiona Mackintosh, Susana Cháves Silverman, Madeleine Stratford, Tamara Kamenszain, Silvia Baron Supervielle, and María Negroni. Visual texts by Graciela Sacco, Nayda Collazo-Llorens, and Patricia Bentancur.

    Title: "Alejandra"
    Vol. 10, No. 1-2
    EDITED BY IVONNE BORDELOIS & PEDRO CUPERMAN
    230 PAGES / ENGLISH-SPANISH
    Donated by: Point of Contact

    THE LITERARY WORLD OF THE GREAT CITY OF
    BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA WELCOMES WITH OPEN ARMS THE 2010 POINT OF CONTACT EDITION INSPIRED BY THE LIFE AND POETRY OF ALEJANDRA PIZARNIK.

    The new bilingual issue of the Point of Contact book series focuses on the life and verse of the Argentine poet, Alejandra Pizarnik (1936-1972), a leading feminine voice in contemporary Latin American letters. Based on a collection of letters from young Alejandra, all unpublished until now, this significant compendium approaches Pizarnik’s work through an intimate dialogue, and a series of critical texts, including essays by Olga Orozco, Fiona Mackintosh, Susana Cháves Silverman, Madeleine Stratford, Tamara Kamenszain, Silvia Baron Supervielle, and María Negroni. Visual texts by Graciela Sacco, Nayda Collazo-Llorens, and Patricia Bentancur.


  9. Title: Abe’s Peanut (Vol.17)Author: Anna Knoebel 


Abe’s Penny: serialized art and literature printed and mailed on postcards. Narratives unfold in sequence, one part per week. Also see Abe’s Peanut, our art and literature publication for kids.  

    Title: Abe’s Peanut (Vol.17)
    Author: Anna Knoebel 

    Abe’s Penny: serialized art and literature printed and mailed on postcards. Narratives unfold in sequence, one part per week. Also see Abe’s Peanut, our art and literature publication for kids.  

  10.  
“Abe’s Penny” volume 3,6© The Leonard & Whithers Corner Library 

     

    “Abe’s Penny” volume 3,6
    © The Leonard & Whithers Corner Library 

  11. Title: Building Birdhouses & Feeders
Author: Ortho Books

    Title: Building Birdhouses & Feeders

    Author: Ortho Books

  12. Title: Emergency Index
Edited by: Yelena Gluzman & Matvei Yankelevich

    Title: Emergency Index

    Edited by: Yelena Gluzman & Matvei Yankelevich

  13. Title: Six by Six by Six
Author: Richard Tipping

    Title: Six by Six by Six

    Author: Richard Tipping

  14. Title: Four Great Plays
Author: Checkov

    Title: Four Great Plays

    Author: Checkov

  15. Title: The Romantics: An Anthology of English Prose and Poetry  Chosen by: Geoffrey Grigson

    Title: The Romantics: An Anthology of English Prose and Poetry
    Chosen by: Geoffrey Grigson