Caroline Picard

Metropolis and the Girl in the Bathroom

Location

2337 N MILWAUKEE AVE.
60647 CHICAGO, IL
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Metropolis and the Girl in the Bathroom
Date: 
2006
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Metropolis and the Girl in the Bathroom is a collection of two short stories in a zine.
Language: 
English
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The Artists Run Chicago Digest

Location

1511 N Milwaukee Ave Second Floor
60622 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, The Artists Run Chicago Digest
Date: 
2009
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Abstract: 
The ARC Digest is meant to archive in print the activities of Chicago’s artist-run spaces between 1999-2009. It acts both as a companion to the exhibition and an extension of that project with interviews by Dan Gunn, essays by Abigail Satinsky, The Pond, Scott Speh and John Neff, Mary Jane Jacob and Lori Waxman, and an accompanying audio program by Bad At Sports featuring an interview with Temporary Services and a panel of Chicago artist-run media organizers.
Language: 
English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
00982029233
Item Donor: 
Dann Gunn

Wherecoyote: An Alternate Account of What Took Place Between Joseph Beuys & The Coyote

Catalog Number: 
Zine, Wherecoyote: An Alternate Account of What Took Place Between Joseph Beuys & The Coyote
Date: 
December 21, 2012
Edition: 
numbered edition
Volume: 
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Abstract: 
This comic takes the real life story of Joseph Beuys' performance art piece "I Like America and American Likes Me" and creates an alternate account of what really happened during his time with the coyote.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
noted as 23/75
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Extinct Entities

Catalog Number: 
Book, Nixon, Erin
Date: 
March 2014
Edition: 
52/100
Abstract: 
Catalogue for Extinct Entities - a project that explores various histories of Chicago based art-spaces and collectives that no longer exist through dialogue with artists and scholars as a public forum for research.* *taken from introduction
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Item Donor: 
Erin Nixon

AREA Chicago #5: How We Learn

Location

PO BOX 476971
60647 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Newspaper, AREA Chicago #5: How We Learn
Date: 
2007
Issue: 
5
Abstract: 
Founded in 2005, AREA Chicago supports the work of people and organizations building a socially just city. AREA actively gathers, produces, and shares knowledge about local culture and politics. Its newspaper, website, and events create relationships and sustain community through art, research, education, and activism. *
Language: 
English
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* Abstract taken from AREA Chicago website: http://areachicago.org/about/
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http://areachicago.org/about/
*Website not functional as of March 4, 2014.

Phonebook 2007/2008: An Annual Directory for Alternative Artspace

Location

United States
41° 54' 31.8456" N, 87° 40' 31.0188" W
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, Picard, Caroline, Phonebook 2007/2008 An Annual Directory for Alternative Artspace
Date: 
2007
Edition: 
First edition
Abstract: 
The Green Lantern Press and ThreeWalls are proud to announce the printing of an alternative artspace/non-profit gallery book. This book will include listings, locations, contact information and annual programming for national artspaces. By printing PHONEBOOK we hope to create a single resource, useful to arts administrators, artists, and tourists alike, that outlines a network. Hopefully through a heightened awareness of one another we can support and enhance our own various practices.
Language: 
English
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Proximity Issue 2

Proximity

Bailiwik Issue 05

Catalog Number: 
Journal, Bailliwik Issue 05
Date: 
Autumn 07
Issue: 
05
Abstract: 
"bailliwik n. an area of activity in which somebody has particular responsibility, or in which he/she has specialized knowledge or ability. Bailliwik is an artists' cooperative and a self-published periodical of our work. Our members live throughout the world. Some of us grew up together and some of us have never met. We are artists, designers, musicians, writers, students, volunteers, teachers, and many other things too." *
Language: 
English.
Notes: 
* taken from www.bailliwick.org
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Item Donor: 
Chicago Publisher's Gallery

Paper and Carriage

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