September 19, 2002 - Charley - Here’s Charley…
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September 19, 2002

Here’s Charley…

Here's Charley...

Charley 01 is now available in specialty art and photography bookstores around the world.

For more information please contact:

charleymagazine@hotmail.com

Charley 01 is now available in specialty art and photography bookstores around the world. Due to high demand, the first print run of Charley 01 sold out in a few months. Here comes the re-print, as rough as ever.

Charley is a machine for redistribution, a mechanism for spreading and exploiting information, rumors, and communication. Like most information, it is partial, unstable, and untrustworthy. There are no hierarchies and no favorites in Charley. Charley is a pre-digested combine, with pages assembled from catalogues, brochures, press clips, postcards, and other visuals. Leading artists, curators, and critics from around the world suggested four hundred artists, and each is represented by one page in Charley.

Charley was published by Les presses du réel, in Dijon, France (les.presses.du.reel@wanadoo.fr) and is available in the U.S. through D.A.P. Distributed Art Publishers (T: 212 627-1999; F: 212 627 9484; www.artbook.com) and in Europe through Idea Books (T: +31 20 62 26 154; F: +33 20 6209299; idea@ideabooks.nl)

ISBN: 1-56466-092-3.

$15.00

Coming in late fall: Charley 02, a snapshot of the New York City art season from fall 2001 through summer 2002, featuring over 140 of the most important exhibitions and events of the seasonin postcard format.

Charley is powered by the Deste Foundation, Athens Greece.

For more information please contact charleymagazine@hotmail.com.

See the list below for selected bookstores in the US where you can find the first issue of Charley. For Europe and Asia please check your local art and photography book store or contact Idea Books.

New York City:

St. Marks Bookshop

New Museum of Contemporary Art Bookstore

Museum of Modern Art Bookstore

Spoonbill and Sugartown

Marian Goodman Gallery

Printed Matter

International Center of Photography

Los Angeles:

Hennessey and Ingalls

MoCA Bookstore

Midnight Special

Armand Hammer

San Francisco Bay Area:

Last Gasp

SF MOMA Bookstore

Codys

City Lights

Other U.S. cities:

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee

MFA, Boston

ICA Boston

Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh

Franz Bader, Washington, D.C.

Menil Collection, Houston

Bookbeat, Oak Park, MI

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