Artist Books and Cookies with Hans Ulrich Obrist

January 21, 2015

During the opening of ALAC 2015, Hans Ulrich Obrist will preview Conversations in Mexico (edited by Karen Marta and published by FundaciĆ³n Alumnos47, Fall 2015) with the launch of the Felipe Ehrenberg interview as a stand-alone zine. With a career spanning over 50 years, the seminal Mexican artist Felipe Ehrenberg is an established figure known for his drawing, painting, conceptual art performances, Mail art, and mimeograph, as well as the publisher of the avant garde artist book press, Beau Geste.

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