Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Opening Day - Didn't You Get the Memo?

Masterminded by returning collaborators Luca Antonucci and Carissa Potter Carlson, Colpa Press guest curates this month with a group exhibition in the tradition of small print goods and the recent history of the office space.

About the show:

This exhibition will look at the influence of the office aesthetic in independent publishing. The works selected for this show are either made with office materials, or reference the work environment in a pertinent way. These artists have used materials developed for the workplace to craft deliberate hand made books. As the office space becomes increasingly efficient, these artists address the relics of office production: the fax machine, the dot matrix printer, even the file folder.
Featuring work from:  Eric William Carroll, Luke Fischbeck, Sternberg Press, The MIT Press, Daniel Glendening, Amy Harris, Vanessa Hope, Josh Keller, Maciej Makalowski, Marfa Book Co., Paper Monument, Nickolas Mohanna, Publication Studio, Dexter Sinister, Carmen Winant, Daniel Yovino, Melissa Gordon, Christian Marazzi, Andreas Koller, Luca Beeler, Nicholas Miller, Tim Belonax, Luke Stettner, Matthew Scott Gualco, Luca Nino Antonucci, Paul Branca, Barbara Ess, Fillip, Rob Giampietro, Marc Handelman, Zach Houston, Adam Katz, Julia Sherman, Brian Kennon/2nd Cannons Publications, Chosil Kil, Alex Klein, Marisa Olson, Paul Pieroni, Laurel Ptak, Eileen Quinlan, Mihcael Smoler, Jamie Stewart, Oraib Toukan, Lia Trinka-Browner, Jen Delos Reyes, Rafael Rozendaal, Ryan Waller, Amy Yao, Jordan Stein, Glass House, Tarak Shah and Maggie Lawson, Rachel Zoller

About the guest curators:

COLPA is an independent publisher and small press based in San Francisco, CA. Colpa also runs Edicola, a repurposed newsstand selling art books, magazines, records and limited edition prints on Market and 6th St in downtown San Francisco. For more info, visit:

Print is not dead!  We look forward to receiving you at the Mauve? Office:  Friday, September 14th at 7pm.

1 comment:

  1. After completed Office Memo Format need to review the letter to eliminate any unnecessary words.

    Office Memo Format