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CODEX - Second Biennial International Book Fair


My gallery, Warnock Fine Arts, will have a table there and rumor has it that one or more of my 'book sculptures' will be displayed. The place to be for contemporary artist's books, fine press & fine art editions from around the world.

Barbara's Latest Blogs

Oct.29.2010 - 5:09 pm
The Awards Dinner for the Lothian Prize -- given for a first biography-in-progress -- took place in London's Langham Hotel on 21st October. It was "an incredibly close call,...
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Mar.02.2010 - 6:17 pm
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Nov.21.2009 - 2:44 pm
J & Y
     Recently, I watched tapes of John Lennon & Yoko Ono's appearances on the Dick Cavett Show.The first one, on September 11, 1971, was notable for being the first television...
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Aug.22.2009 - 7:13 pm
Nobel Prize for Literature
    In The Writing of One Novel, Irving Wallace talks about a series of conversations he had with a Nobel Prize Committee judge in the 1940s, part of his research for his novel,...
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Comments from Barbara

Mar.21.2009 - 7:03 pm
In response to: back from l.a.
Barbara Alexandra Szerlip Gary, VERY sorry to hear about your accident. Was the driver on her cellphone? I've been "...
Feb.21.2009 - 10:15 pm
In response to: Terence Clarke On Tango 1: "See what happens"
Barbara Alexandra Szerlip Terry, I think I saw you, of an evening, dancing at the Ferry Building's Farmer's Market...
Feb.17.2009 - 4:36 pm
In response to: A Timid Entry into the Red Room
Barbara Alexandra Szerlip Dear Peter C., Risk-taking and the arts will always be bedfellows. The only alternative...
Feb.22.2008 - 1:19 pm
In response to: Steinbeck _ armed (a Colt revolver) with the truth
Steven, Knowing how much I love literary history (especially all the fascinating, obscure bits), Kim Frohsin...

Published Reviews

Published by The Huffington Post's "First Person Artist" column
We've come a long way since books were hand copied treasures mostly locked behind the libraries of the monasteries by the clergy before Gutenberg set them free with his...