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NY Art Book Fair and Warehouse Sale 2019





September 19 – 22

NY Art Book Fair and Warehouse Sale 2019

Matthew Marks Gallery is pleased to participate in the NY Art Book Fair. At stand G-04 the gallery will present a selection of recent titles, rare books, and posters. A warehouse sale featuring a wide selection of discounted books, posters, and ephemera will take place at 11-26 46th Road, just one block from the fair.

The fourteenth installment of the annual fair, organized by Printed Matter, will take place at MoMA PS1. Highlights at the gallery's stand include new books on Jasper Johns, Robert Gober, Ron Nagle, Ellsworth Kelly, and David Weiss. During the Thursday preview admission is $20; for all other days it is free.

NYABF AND WAREHOUSE SALE HOURS
Thursday, September 19, 6-9 PM (preview)
Friday, September 20, 1-7 PM
Saturday, September 21, 11-9 PM
Sunday, September 22, 11-7 PM

ADMISSION
Free and open to the public

LOCATION
22-25 Jackson Avenue (at 46th Avenue) in Long Island City, Queens, New York. The nearest subway stations are Court Square (E, M, 7) and 21st Street (G).

WAREHOUSE SALE
The warehouse sale at 11-26 46th Road will take place during the same hours as the fair and will feature hundreds of discounted and rare books on dozens of artists, including Robert Adams, Darren Almond, Nayland Blake, Peter Cain, Vija Celmins, Willem de Kooning, Paul Feeley, Peter Fischli David Weiss, Lucian Freud, Katharina Fritsch, Robert Gober, Nan Goldin, Andreas Gursky, The Hairy Who, Martin Honert, Roni Horn, Gary Hume, Jasper Johns, Ray Johnson, Ellsworth Kelly, Michel Majerus, Roy McMakin, Ron Nagle, Ken Price, Martin Puryear, Charles Ray, Ugo Rondinone, Suellen Rocca, Paul Sietsema, Anne Truitt, Inez van Lamsweerde, Rebecca Warren, Terry Winters, and many more.



Image: Ron Nagle: Getting to No (2019), David Weiss Drawings, (2019) Jasper Johns: Recent Paintings and Works on Paper (2019), Albert York (2014/19), Robert Gober: Tick Tock (2019), Ellsworth Kelly: Color Panels for a Large Wall (2019) published by Matthew Marks Gallery.