The Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection (JFABC) digital library is an online guide and finding aid for the rich collection of artists’ publications available in Flaxman Library Special Collections. The JFABC brings together close to ten thousand artists’ publications in all formats and media including: books, zines, multiples, video and audio recordings, digital works, periodicals, and other intimate works of art created by artists of local, national, and international significance. Focusing on materials published from the 1960s to the present, it is complemented by collections of reference works and exhibition catalogues to support in-depth research on artists’ publishing.
Articles and images repurposed from fakir Hussain Saga's archive.; This is the first publication in a series highlighting different artists throughout Pakistani culture that challenged and change... Read more
A brief definition of power as a concept and its function in relation to certain systems and political structures.; "The Lexicon Series aims to convert words into politically helpful tools -- for... Read more
A brief overview of the concept of race and the history of white supremacy, especially in the United States.; "The Lexicon series aims to convert words into politically helpful tools -- for those... Read more
Selfish is a biannual, mostly memoir magazine featuring the work of female-identified writers and artists the world over.; Library has issue no. 3 Good Girl, which "features the world of 32 contr... Read more
Library has volumes 4, 8, 9, 18, 20, 23, 28, 44, 41 in a series of 45 total. Each copy reprints black-and-white negatives from the Cold War era, which lasted approximately from 1946 to 1991. Volume 8... Read more
A series of zines “dedicated to occurrences of localized, unsanctioned public name writing.”--From the artist. Each issue focuses on names written in a specific location or medium.; Issues 1-3 feature... Read more
Reproductions of placards from a demonstration which led to the occupation of the Portuguese parliament’s staircase in Lisbon in October 2011, a local version of the global Occupy Wall Street unrests.... Read more