I am thinking of the idea that, as the writer Vince Passaro put it, "every truth must be able to accommodate its own contradiction."
Sheryl Oppenheim was born in 1983, raised in Orlando, Florida, and now lives in Brooklyn, NY. She is a painter and maker of illegible books, an idea she first became interested in after seeing the work of Bruno Munari, and through her proximity to books, bookbinders, and marbled paper at her first job in New York, at a bookbinding supply house. She began marbling paper in 2011. Her artist books are in numerous public collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Watson Library, the Walker Art Center, the New York Public Library, the Brooklyn Museum, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She received her BA from Brandeis University and her MFA from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art. Her artist books are available through Small Editions, her friends and frequent collaborators. Oppenheim also collaborates with the writer and poet Janelle Poe. You can purchase their zine to support Black Lives Matter here.
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New Books at the Editions Artist Book Fair
showing with Small Editions
Yes, I Can't!
June 24 - July 24
with Katelyn Farstad and Sophia Deutsch
Sadie Halie Projects
3653 25th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN
Third Thursdays Artist Talk at 92Y Art Center
July 20, 7-8pm
92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Avenue, NYC
Black and White Studies Reading/Launch at Printed Matter
Friday, February 3, 2017 6-8pm
The evening will consist of a reading from Black & White Studies by Janelle Poe, followed by a conversation with the writer and Sheryl Oppenheim about art, writing, and activism.
100% of the sales of the zine will be donated to Black Lives Matter