Book + Art: Artists' books from the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture

Featured Artists Books

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The Veil. Julie Chen. Flying Fish Press, 2001.<br /><br />
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This sculptural book conveys the artist&#039;s reflections on the politics of the Middle East.

The Veil

The Veil. Julie Chen. Flying Fish Press, 2001.

This sculptural book conveys the artist's reflections on the politics of the Middle East.

Papaya Lesson. C.J. Grossman. 1995.<br /><br />
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This scandalous interpretation of the book form made from a pair of satin underwear includes the many euphemisms available for describing male and female genitals as well as condoms.

Papaya Lesson

Papaya Lesson. C.J. Grossman. 1997.<br /><br />
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View 2. This scandalous interpretation of the book form includes the many euphemisms available for describing male and female genitals.

Papaya Lesson

Papaya Lesson. C.J. Grossman. 1995. <br /><br />
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View 3. This scandalous interpretation of the book form includes the many euphemisms available for describing male and female genitals.

Papaya Lesson

Papaya Lesson

C.J. Grossman. 1995.

This scandalous interpretation of the book form made from a pair of satin underwear includes the many euphemisms available for describing male and female genitals as well as condoms.

Marriage Matters. Cheri Gaulke and Sue Maberry. 2005.<br /><br />
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Sears family portraits of gay and lesbian families accompany their stories and contemplations on the meaning of marriage.

Marriage Matters

Marriage Matters. Cheri Gaulke and Sue Maberry. 2005.<br /><br />
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View 4. Sears family portraits of gay and lesbian families accompany their stories and contemplations on the meaning of marriage.

Marriage Matters

Marriage Matters. Cheri Gaulke and Sue Maberry. 2005.<br /><br />
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Sears family portraits of gay and lesbian families accompany their stories and contemplations on the meaning of marriage.

Marriage Matters

Marriage Matters

Cheri Gaulke and Sue Maberry. 2005.

Sears family portraits of gay and lesbian families accompany their stories and contemplations on the meaning of marriage.

How do you compare?: excerpts from selected sex surveys. Miriam Schaer. 1996.<br /><br />
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Ostentatiously bound into a bustier, the pages of this book are painted with illustrations and collaged with snippets from sex surveys.

How do you compare?: excerpts from selected sex surveys (Exterior)

How Do You Compare?: Excerpts from Selected Sex Surveys. Miriam Schaer. 1996.<br /><br />
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View 2. Ostentatiously bound into a bustier, the pages of this book are painted with illustrations and collaged with snippets from sex surveys.

How do you compare?: excerpts from selected sex surveys (Interior)

How do you compare?: excerpts from selected sex surveys

Miriam Schaer. 1996.

Ostentatiously bound into a bustier, the pages of this book are painted with illustrations and collaged with snippets from sex surveys.

Featured Artists Books

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