I will be exhibiting my video 'you can't plan a perfect day sometimes it just happens' at the SF Art Book Fair this year.
The SF Art Book Fair is an annual multi-day festival celebrating artists’ books, art catalogs, monographs, periodicals, zines, printed ephemera and artists’ multiples. Presented this year at San Francisco’s Minnesota Street Project July 20–22, the 2018 iteration features an astonishing curated cast of over 100 independent publishers, antiquarian dealers, artists, collectors, and enthusiasts as well as a diverse range of talks, discussions, book launches, on and off-site special projects, exhibitions and signings.
For 2018, San Francisco Cinematheque joins forces with Canyon Cinema at SFABF to present an array of collectible publications (for perusal and purchase) and screenings of 16mm film and media works all weekend-long. Click on links for full details.
Friday, July 22 (details on full Friday line-up here)
6:30pm: Ephraim Asili: Fluid Frontiers
7pm: Out of Print (guest curated by Linda Scobie): works by Lewis Klahr, John Smith, Barbara Hammer, Greta Snider, Jay Rosenblatt, James Broughton, James Sansing
8pm: I Am Not Here (CROSSROADS capsule 1): works by sair goetz (in person), Youngzoo Im, Rosa John, Nico LaShea
9pm: Visions of the Void (CROSSROADS capsule 2): works by Peggy Ahwesh, Jodie Mack, Lydia Moyer, Alison Nguyen, Seth Pimlott,
Sunday, July 24 (details on full Sunday line-up here)
11am: Michael Snow: So Is This
12pm: Visions of the Void (CROSSROADS capsule 2). Works by Peggy Ahwesh, Jodie Mack, Lydia Moyer, Alison Nguyen, Seth Pimlott, Alexander Stewart
1pm: Anne McGuire’s Oh Hi Anne + Curt McDowell’s Weiners and Buns Musical (Anne McGuire in person)
2pm: Canyon Cinemazine Digest. A selection of 16mm films featured in the first 5 issues of the Cinemazine including works by Jodie Mack, Paul Glabicki, Anna Geyer and more.
3pm: James Benning: Casting a Glance
4:30pm: Colectivo Los ingrávidos: The Sun Quartet, part 4: November 2/Far from Ayotzinapa