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TRAIN TO POKIPSE ebook on Amazon * Hopes & Fears article

download0g0F4Jb0WdPtHmXUP4ZKWA-wide Celebrating the release of Rami Shamir's TRAIN TO POKIPSE on ebook, Hopes & Fears posted an excellent article on the history of this legendary book and the circumstances of it's initial publishing. Features some telling quotes from Adam Void.


Hopes & Fears article HERE !!!

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October 4 – November 7 * Brighton Photo Biennial & Joburg Photo Umbrella * Brighton, UK & Johannesburg ZA

photobookUntitled-29Joburg-Photo-Umbrella-Logo-460x325For this year's Brighton Photo Biennial, Adam Void will be showing works at numerous venues. October 4 - November 7

Photobookshow will be exhibiting Adam Void's Visions of Ghosts along with 59 other artist-made photography books from around the world. @ The Jubilee Library, Brighton UK

The Photocopy Club will be exhibiting work from the Vagrant Space collective, including: Adam Void, Chelsea Ragan, Craig Mammano, Dylan Thadani, and John Fleissner.

The exhibit will feature toner-based photocopy prints of works completed by collectives on the subject of collectives. The works will displayed in public squares at the Circus Street Market in Brighton UK, and at the Mary Fitzgerald Square in Newton, Johannesburg ZA.

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September 26 – 28 * New York Art Book Fair * MOMA PS1 * Queens, NY


If you are in the New York City area next weekend, please go check out the new Adam Void & Wolftits 907 minizine at the EKGLabs / CarnageNYC / SubCulture table during this year's New York Art Book Fair.

Big thanks to EKG for hooking up the table for the zine.

You can get a copy of the minizine free with any purchase from the table, including fine zines such as: Signal #1 by ekg, Sick of Society by Droid 907, or Banksy in New York by Ray Mock. See you at the fair.

Printed Matter, Inc. presents

September 26–28, 2014
Preview: Thursday, September 25, 6-9pm

Printed Matter presents the ninth annual NY Art Book Fair, from September 26 to 28, 2014, at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens. A preview will be held on the evening of Thursday, September 25.

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Second Collaborative Video from Ryan Seslow & Adam Void

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September 6 – November 9 * It Narratives: The Movement of Objects as Information * Franklin Street Works * Stamford, CT


If you are in the NYC area visit Stamford Connecticut's Franklin Street Works, and the new show, It Narratives.  The show focuses on Mail Artists and Viral Artists, and the importance of the relationship between physical and digital communication. 50 copies of the new Adam Void minizine, "Mail Art" will be available at the show.

Franklin Street Works presents It Narratives: The Movement of Objects as Information, an exhibition featuring artists’ projects that engage the postal system and its intersections with digital communications media. The artists in It Narratives find forms for everyday experiences of distance and time by reflecting on the way objects move through information networks. The exhibition is curated by New York-based guest curators Brian Droitcour and Zanna Gilbert and will be on view from September 6 – November 9, 2014..

With areas of expertise in mail art (Gilbert) and Internet art (Droitcour), the curators take into consideration how Internet technology and digital forms of commerce have changed the way artists use the postal system to make work. Mail art emerged in the late 1960s as a collective, networked medium. It allowed artists to circulate and exchange works and ideas in a sphere uncontrolled by curators, institutions, the art market, or state censorship. Today, mail is employed less frequently as an artistic medium, in keeping with an overall shift in how information is experienced and exchanged. News and greetings from friends and family have migrated from the postal system to the faster networks of email and social media, yet “snail mail” has not become obsolete. Sending objects over great distances is part of online commerce. Print-on-demand services that allow users to design their own T-shirts, books, or mugs with a few clicks of a mouse connect Internet browsing and data input to receiving objects by mail and handling them in everyday life.

It Narratives: The Movement of Objects as Information takes its title from a prose genre popular in the late 18th century, the “it-narrative.” These were accounts of objects circulating in the structures of emergent industrialized capitalist markets written in the first-person from the perspective of the objects. It Narratives the exhibition updates this concept for the 21st century by presenting artists’ projects that track the movement of objects online and by mail, taking measure of the physical and emotional experiences of time and distance inherent to these networks.

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Adam Void on the Activist New York blog * Activist New York * Museum of the City of New York

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The Museum of the City of New York is currently showing Activist New York, an exhibition exploring the history of social activism in NYC.

As part of the show, MCNY has posted a blog documenting the current state of citizen activism in New York City. Images from the blog are then projected on the gallery walls in the Puffin Foundation Gallery as a part of Activist New York.

Adam Void's "Mental Hygeine," a three-color screen print depicting the NYPD's decision to hunt down and detain mentally ill New Yorkers, was chosen as a part of their contemporary activist documentation.

Check it out on their blog, or in person at the gallery.

Museum of the City of New York

1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street

New York, NY 10029

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TRAIN TO POKIPSE now available online and at St. Mark’s Bookshop (NYC)


The long awaited project from Underground Editions, TRAIN TO POKIPSE, is officially here. Rami Shamir's generational coming-of-age story exists in beautifully saturated print on 100% recycled paper with a wraparound photo-collage cover from Adam Void. There is only a total of 911 copies produced, so if you want to secure yours, be sure to visit Underground Editions' webpage or go to St. Mark's Bookshop in Manhattan. Rest assured, POKIPSE will be available at more locations and through other distributers in a couple of months, but it may not be available for long.

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New work from Adam Void * Postcards From The Edge * January 6-8 * Cheim & Read * 547 W. 25th St. NYC

The 14th Annual Postcards from the Edge benefit for Visual AIDS is this WEEK!

Featuring artworks by Adam Void, Donald Baechler, Marilyn Minter, Ed Ruscha, Adam Fuss, Kiki Smith, Louise Fishman, Ross Bleckner, Barry McGee, Mary Heilmann, Louise Lawler and over 1450 others...!!!

All events hosted at Cheim & Read, 547 W 25th Street, NY, NY

Friday, January 6, 2012 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM
The only opportunity to see the entire exhibition. No sales.
$85 admission includes one raffle ticket.
Admission payable at the door. Participating artists attend free.
One raffle ticket with price of admission. Additional raffle tickets $10 each.
GRAND PRIZE - First pick of ANY POSTCARD that evening!
Additional Prizes includes - Pearl Paint Gift Card, Museum passes, NY Health & Racquet Club membership and more!
Artworks by Mark Beard, Barton Lidice Benes, Suzanne Caporael, Neil Farber, Joy Garnett, Barbara Hammer, David Humphrey, James Jaxxa, Larry Krone, Lucas Michael, Carrie Moyer, Dawit Petros, David Reed and Eric Rhein. Also auction of Secord Pick of any postcard that evening, and *VIP Access packages granting "the front of the line" access to Saturday's Postcards from the Edge Benefit Sale. View and bid on artworks here.

BENEFIT SALE - $85 each. (Cash, check, credit cards accepted)
Over 1450 anonymously displayed postcard size artworks

Saturday, January 7, 2012 from 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
$85 each - Buy four and get the fifth as our Thank You.
First-come, first-served. Lines begin early...

Sunday, January 8, 2012 from 12:00 - 4:00 PM
$85 each - Buy two and get the third as our Thank You.
• Don't like lines, join us on Sunday, hundreds of beautiful artworks and some hidden gems will still be available.

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Adam Void selected by The Andy Warhol Museum, The Fowler Arts Collective & The Bronx River Art Center for online exhibitions at

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Curate NYC
, A juried exhibition of NYC visual artists, along with The Andy Warhol Museum, The Fowler Arts Collective, and The Bronx River Art Center has chosen Adam Void for three online exhibitions.

Eric C. Shiner
The Andy Warhol Museum

Eric C. Shiner is director of The Andy Warhol Museum. He joined the museum in 2008 as the Milton Fine Curator of Art, and he has served as director since January 2011. A curator, professor, writer, and translator, Shiner was an adjunct professor at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and in 2007 he curated Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York at Japan Society in New York City. He also served as assistant curator of the Yokohama Triennale 2001.

After joining The Warhol, Shiner organized the large-scale exhibition, The End: Analyzing Art in Troubled Times. A proud native of New Castle, Pa., Shiner received his Bachelor of Philosophy in the History of Art & Architecture and Japanese Language & Literature at the University of Pittsburgh’s Honors College. He went on to receive the Japanese Government’s Ministry of Education Monbusho Prize and attended graduate school at Osaka University, where he earned an MA in the History of Art.

It was in his last semester at Osaka that Shiner interned in the curatorial department of The National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto, where he worked closely with Shinji Kohmoto, the museum’s chief curator, who would become his mentor. This led to Shiner becoming assistant curator of the Yokohama Triennale 2001. In addition to his museum work, Shiner is an active writer, lecturer, and translator; a contributing editor for Art AsiaPacific magazine; and an adjunct professor of art history at the University of Pittsburgh.


Fowler Arts Collective is a studio and gallery collective in the Greenpoint Terminal warehouse complex located on the East River waterfront in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Established by Lia Post in 2010, Fowler houses 24 talented artists working in 18 studios. Fowler has a 900 sq. ft. gallery and event space that is the site for original exhibitions, artist projects, readings, classes, and more. The gallery program at Fowler concentrates on exhibiting collaborative, self-directed shows between artists. In order to benefit as many artists as possible, our gallery program is focused primarily on exhibiting emerging artists who do not have studios in our space.

67 West Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11222



Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) is a culturally diverse, multi-arts, non-profit organization that provides a forum for community, artists, and youth to transform creativity into vision. Our Education, Exhibitions, Artist Studios, and Presenting Programs cultivate leadership in an urban environment and stewardship of our natural resource — the Bronx River.

2064 Boston Road
Bronx, NY 10460

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Adam Void and Mighty Tanaka * Art Basel Miami * Fountain Art Fair * Dec 1st-4th

Adam Void and Mighty Tanaka are going to Art Basel Miami.  Come and enjoy the fun and sun with Mighty Tanaka at the Fountain Art Fair December 1st – 4th!  This is our first year going and we couldn’t be more excited.

For this event, we will be exhibiting artwork in two (yes, two!) booths.  In one booth, we will be hosting a full scale installation of mind blowing art by Miguel Ovalle while in the adjoining booth we will be displaying a myriad of talented artists who truly represent the raw and the refined!  We hope to see you there!!

Participating artists include: Adam Void, Alexandra Pacula, Alice Mizrachi, ChrisRWK, Ellen Stagg, Gigi Chen, Hellbent, Hiroshi Kumagai, JMR, John Breiner, Max Greis, Mike Schreiber, Robbie Busch, Skewville, TooFly, URnewyork, VengRWK & Miguel Ovalle

Location: 2505 N. Miami Ave (corner of 25th St), Miami, Florida

Dates: December 1st – 4th (12pm – 7pm daily)

Tickets for Fountain: $10 daily/$15 weekend pass (Tickets sold at the door)

For more information, visist

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