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2016

158. THE ANTINOMIAN PRESS. Sebastopol: [Antinomian Press], 2016.

Book: 7½ x 5 inches. Numerous illustrations and ornaments in the text. x [including frontispiece], [2], 66, [2] pp. Perfect bound, printed wrappers, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 500 copies. 

FIRST EDITION. The bibliography of the first twenty years of Antinomian Press with 158 items described. Whether printed in strangers' homes, on the street, in museums, or during various collaborations with students, each item is listed in terms of its format, pagination, and edition size as well as a brief explanation of its content and point of distribution. On the preliminary pages Kinmont discusses 17th-century English antinomianism; the origin of the Press; and his selection of the engravings and ornaments that illustrate the bibliography, all of which come from his personal collection of 17th century English radical literature. At the end is appended a list of various multiples and special editions Kinmont has produced outside of the Antinomian Press.

157. OPEN by chance & appointment. Sebastopol: [Antinomian Press], 2015.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Black and white frontispiece, six full-page reproductions, one double-page color reproduction, and one black and white illustration in the text. 2 p.l., 23, [1] pp. Saddle stitched, printed green and blue wrappers, wrappers and text printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh, color reproductions printed digitally, printed in an edition of 500 copies. 

FIRST EDITION. A publication documenting Ben Kinmont, Bookseller both as a bookselling business and as an artwork. Includes bookshop locations; bibliographies of press about the bookshop; book fairs; library collections with bookshop publications; press about the bookshop as an art project; exhibitions where the bookshop was presented as an art project; museum collections with work from the bookshop; and bookshop publications. The color reproductions are of the bookshop at the Depot Street location.

                A portion of the production expenses were paid for by subscribers of the book, all of which are mentioned on p. 22. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.

 

                        

2015

156. AN EXHIBITION in your mouth. [Sebastopol]: Antinomian Press, 20 August 2015.

Broadside: 16 ¾ x 13 ¾ inches. Purple ink on rose colored Hahnemühle Bugra laid paper, printed letterpress (recto/verso) by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 100 copies. Pieces of velvet, silk, and sandpaper stapled to the top of the menu.

 

FIRST EDITION. Printed for the reactivation of An Exhibition in your mouth as part of the exhibition FOOD dal cucchiaio al mondo being held at the Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI secolo (MAXXI). Distributed at the dinner on 18 September 2015 at the participating restaurant Settembrini libri e cucina in Rome.

 

155. BEN KINMONT BOOKSELLER. Antiquarian gastronomy. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press], 28 March 2015.

Broadside: 20 ¾ x 16 ½ inches. Dark-blue ink on rose colored Hahnemühle Bugra laid paper, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 120 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books Kinmont offered for sale at the 2015 New York Antiquarian Book Fair at the Park Avenue Armory. Given away for free during the fair. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

2014

154. GASTRONOMY. A Catalogue of books & manuscripts on cookery…1530-2013….Catalogue fourteen. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press], 2014.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Numerous illustrations throughout, some full-page. 2 p.l., 126, [2] pp. Perfect bound, printed green and pink wrappers, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 600 copies. 

153. AN AIDE-MEMOIRE for a conversation once had. [New York City: Antinomian Press, 2014.]

Flyer: 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches. Black ink on white paper with a simple black border on verso, edition size unknown (but thousands). 

 

FIRST EDITION. Catalytic text inviting the public to participate in the reactivation of the Sshhh project during the 2014 Whitney Biennial. The first 100 people to respond were asked to have a private conversation with their family on whatever topic they chose. The conversation remained private and Kinmont created a print for each of the participants with their name and the date of their conversation. The prints were then distributed for free to the participants during the Biennial (in which the Sshhh project archive was also exhibited). 

152. [ETHICAL considerations in project art.] Bombay: Antinomian Press, 4 February 2014.

Broadside: 36 x 23 ¼ inches. Printed in black ink on pale-green paper in an edition of 1000 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Text in Hindi. Printed for the exhibition And I laid traps for troubadours who get killed before they reached Bombay by the Clark House Initiative in Bombay. Posted out on the street.

151. ETHICAL considerations in project art. Bombay: Antinomian Press, 4 February 2014.

Broadside: 36 x 23 ¼ inches. Printed in black ink on pale-green paper in an edition of 1000 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Printed for the exhibition And I laid traps for troubadours who get killed before they reached Bombay by the Clark House Initiative in Bombay. Posted out on the street. 

2013

150. UNTITLED. [“A discourse on…malt liquors.”] Seb. CA [Sebastopol]: A.P. [Antinomian Press], 2013.

Photograph: 16 ¾ x 11 inches. Printed in 25 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books Kinmont offered for sale at the 2013 New York Antiquarian Book Fair. Given away for free during the fair. The list was handwritten in pencil and then photographed (the list distributed was the photograph). Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family

149. GASTRONOMY books offered. Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 2013.

Broadside: 19 x 12 ½ inches. Purple ink on cream paper, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books Kinmont offered for sale at the San Francisco Antiquarian Book, Print, and Paper Fair, 2013. Given away for free during the fair. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family

148. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. Montréal: Antinomian Press, [18 September] 2013.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Numerous black and white illustrations in the text. 34 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, tenth issue. Printed at the Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal during the occasion of Anarchism Without Adjectives: On the Work of Christopher D’Arcangelo, 1975-1979, curated by Dean Inkster and Sébastien Pluot. In French and English. 

147. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. Montréal: Antinomian Press, [3 September] 2013.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Numerous black and white illustrations in the text. 34 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, ninth issue. Printed at the Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal during the occasion of Anarchism Without Adjectives: On the Work of Christopher D’Arcangelo, 1975-1979, curated by Dean Inkster and Sébastien Pluot. In French and English. 

146. PROJECT SERIES: Félix Fénéon. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, [18 June] 2013.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Envelope: 13 x 10 inches. 25 leaves, stapled in the upper left-hand corner and photocopied in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

Second Edition, second issue. Includes the first ever translation into English of Fénéon’s essay La Plastique Culinaire (translated by Rachel Stella). Printed for the San Francisco reactivation of On becoming something else and distributed at the final dinner at Bar Tartine on 18 June 2013. Enclosed (for the first time) in a large manila envelope with the Antinomian Press logo stamped in red ink and a frontispiece image of Grimod de la Reynière stamped in black ink. In French and English.

145. ON becoming something else. Berkeley: Antinomian Press, 10 May 2013.

Broadside: 21 x 15 inches. Printed letterpress in red and black ink on Nideggen paper by Richard Seibert in an edition of 500 copies, with minor corrections made by hand in black ink.

 

FIRST EDITION. For the On becoming something else reactivation in San Francisco in collaboration with SFMOMA (during the time of Prospectus) and the following seven restaurants: Rich Table, Outerlands, Dinner Discussion, Bar Jules, Bar Tartine, State Bird Provisions, and Camino. Distributed through the participating restaurants and at the final dinner at Bar Tartine on 18 June 2013.

 

144. PROJECT SERIES: Moveable type no Documenta. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, [9 May] 2013.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Black and white illustrations in the text. 30 leaves. Printed in black ink on yellow paper, stapled in the upper left corner, printed in an edition of 25 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, third issue. Distributed at SFMOMA during the Prospectus show. Issued as part of the project that bears the same name. Publication was actually written in 2005 but went unpublished until 2011 (first ed.: Fales Library, New York, see item 83 above). In the text, Kinmont reflects on his project at Documenta in 2002 and reprints the flyers distributed on the street.

143. INVENTORY LIST: Promised relations. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 9 May 2013.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 12 leaves. Stapled in the upper left corner, printed in black ink on blue paper in an edition of 15 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, third issue. Includes a project description and a numbered list of items in the project archive to date. Issued as part of the project that bears the same name. Distributed at SFMOMA during the exhibition of the project’s archive in the Prospectus show.

142. INVENTORY LIST: Moveable type no Documenta. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 9 May 2013.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 17 leaves. Stapled in the upper left corner, printed in black ink on blue paper in an edition of 30 copies. 

 

Expanded Second Edition. Issued as part of the project that bears the same name. Includes a project description and a numbered list of items in the project archive to date. Distributed at SFMOMA during the exhibition of the project’s archive in the Prospectus show.

141. INVENTORY LIST: On becoming something else. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 9 May 2013.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 18 leaves. Stapled in the upper left corner, printed in black ink on blue paper in an edition of 30 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project that bears the same name. Includes a project description and a numbered list of items in the project archive to date. Distributed at SFMOMA during the exhibition of the project’s archive in the Prospectus show.

140. A CONTRACT proposed. [Portland]: Antinomian Press, 8 May 2013.

Flyer: 11 x 8 ½ inches. Black text printed on yellow paper in an edition of 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A version of “Ethical considerations in project art” written by graduate students in the Art and Social Practice Program at Portland State University during a workshop with Kinmont. The flyer was first distributed among the students and then out on the street. 

139. INVENTORY LIST: Promised relations. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 9 March 2013.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 12 leaves. Stapled in the upper left corner, printed in black ink on blue paper in an edition of 15 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, second issue. Includes a project description and a numbered list of items in the project archive to date. Issued as part of the project that bears the same name. Distributed at SFMOMA during the exhibition of the project’s archive in the Prospectus show.

138. INVENTORY LIST: Promised relations. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 8 February 2013.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 12 leaves. Stapled in the upper left corner, printed in black ink on blue paper in an edition of 20 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, first issue. Includes a project description and a numbered list of items in the project archive to date. Issued as part of the project that bears the same name. Distributed at SFMOMA during the exhibition of the project’s archive in the Prospectus show.

137. [Drop title:] STUDENT SERIES: Galileo High School. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, February 2013.]

Book: 11 x 8 1/2 inches. [4] pp. Printed in black ink on blue paper, stapled in the upper left-hand corner, edition size unknown. 

 

FIRST EDITION. 12th grade AP English Literature students in a class Kinmont visited at Galileo High School in San Francisco were asked to create a box of multiples about the idea of becoming something else. The publication includes a collaborative writing piece by the students and an inventory list for the box of multiples (numbered in the style of Kinmont’s archives). The class workshop was in conjunction with Kinmont’s exhibition Prospectus at SFMOMA. 

2012

136. MOVEABLE type no Documenta. Set of ten flyers. New York: Antinomian Press, 2012.

Flyers: 11 x 8 ½ inches (each). Envelope: 12 x 9 inches. Flyers printed in black ink with black and white photographs on white paper, preserved in a large white mailing envelope with the title of the project stamped in red ink, edition size unknown.

 

First Collected Edition, sixth issue. A set of the ten Moveable type no Documenta project flyers (see 18-27 above) distributed by Rachel Peddersen in the Air de Paris booth at the Frieze Art Fair in New York. The flyers were printed using the same equipment that was used for the Fales Library issue. 

135. AN EXHIBITION in your mouth. [San Francisco]: Antinomian Press, 2012.

Broadside: 17 x 11 inches. Blue ink on pale-yellow laid paper, printed letterpress by Colpa Press in an edition of 150 copies. Pieces of velvet, silk, and sandpaper sewn-on. 

 

FIRST EDITION. This menu was distributed for free during a dinner sponsored by SFMOMA & the Kadist Art Foundation, San Francisco, during the occasion of Prospectus: San Francisco. The dinner itself was free and occurred on the sidewalks at 20th and Folsom. 

134. THE ART world is not invited. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2012.]

Broadside: 7 x 5 inches. Red ink on grey laid paper, printed letterpress by the Colpa Press in an edition of 50 copies, black ink rubber stamp of the Antinomian Press printer’s mark in the upper right-hand corner. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A small catalytic text about artists moving away from the art world and into spaces where “the art world is not invited” that was produced for free distribution during the exhibition Prospectus: San Francisco at the Kadist Art Foundation. Copies were posted around the neighborhood and handed out on the street. An earlier version of the text appeared in the Pompidou’s catalogue Voids, A Retrospective (2009).

133. A DECLARATION; or the future of art lies in that which is not art. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2012.]

Broadside: 7 x 5 inches. Black ink on green laid paper, printed letterpress by the Colpa Press in an edition of 50 copies, black ink rubber stamp of the Antinomian Press printer’s mark centered on the bottom. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A small catalytic text about the necessary abolition of art that was produced for free distribution during the exhibition Prospectus: San Francisco at the Kadist Art Foundation. Copies were posted around the neighborhood and handed out on the street. 

132. GONE. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2012.]

Broadside: 7 x 5 inches. Black ink on light-yellow laid paper, printed letterpress by Dependable Letterpress in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A small catalytic text about artists leaving institutions and entering public and domestic spaces that was produced for free distribution during the exhibition Prospectus: San Francisco at the Kadist Art Foundation. Copies were posted around the neighborhood and handed out on the street.   

131. AGAIN. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2012.]

Broadside: 7 x 5 inches. Black ink on ivory laid paper, printed letterpress by Dependable Letterpress in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A small catalytic text about ethics, and responsibilities of artists in relation to their participants that was produced for free distribution during the exhibition Prospectus: San Francisco at the Kadist Art Foundation. Copies were posted around the neighborhood and handed out on the street. The text is Kinmont’s own personal rewriting of the Ethical considerations text. 

130. GASTRONOMY. A Catalogue of books & manuscripts on cookery…1517-2006….Catalogue thirteen. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press], 2012.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Numerous illustrations throughout, some full-page, including many recipes. 3 p.l., 124, [2] pp. Perfect bound, printed wrappers, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 600 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

129. PARA uma definição de project art. [Guimaraes: Antinomian Press, 2012.]

Broadside: 17 ¾ x 12 ¾ inches. Printed in black ink on pale yellow paper, edition size unknown but small. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Broadside of Towards a definition of project art and Ethical considerations in project art in Portuguese. Distributed on the street.

128. FIFTY BOOKS offered by Ben Kinmont, Bookseller. [Sebastopol]: Antinomian Press, 2012.

Broadside: 11 x 8 ½ inches. Typewritten and photocopied, black ink on white paper, in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books available at the 2012 New York Antiquarian Book Fair at the Park Avenue Armory. Given away for free during the fair. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

127. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. Chicago: Antinomian Press, [11 December] 2012.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). One color reproduction and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [34] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, eighth issue. This issue was printed for MacLean 705 at the Chicago Art Institute in collaboration with Joseph Grigely. In French and English.

126. STUDENT SERIES: Agency. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, [2 October] 2012.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 32 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand-corner, photocopied in an edition of 60 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. An introduction of the topic of agency, which Kinmont presented to members of Parasite in 1997. Kinmont asked his students in a workshop for the CCA MFA Social Practice program to describe the ideal agency to support project work. 

125. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. Antwerpen: Antinomian Press, [12 September] 2012.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). One color reproduction and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. 34 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopy, edition size unknown. 

 

FIRST EDITION, seventh issue. This issue was printed at Extra City Kunsthal for the exhibition Anarchism Without Adjectives, On the Work of Christopher D’Arcangelo, 1975-1979, curated by Dean Inkster and Sébastien Pluot. In French and English. 

124. HELLO. People call me Joey. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 1 July 2012. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 1 September 2012.]

Flyer: 11 x 8 ½ inches. Printed in black ink on pale yellow paper in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, second issue. (See full description above.) This issue of the flyer was printed and distributed at SFMOMA during the exhibition Prospectus: San Francisco.

123. MY kids are the most meaningful things to me. Oakland: Antinomian Press, 22 June 2012. [San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 1 September 2012.]

Flyer: 11 x 8 ½ inches. Printed in black ink on pale-yellow paper in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, second issue. (See full description above.) This issue of the flyer was printed and distributed at SFMOMA during the exhibition Prospectus: San Francisco

122. HELLO. People call me Joey. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 1 July 2012.

Flyer: 11 x 8 ½ inches. Printed in black ink on white paper, edition size unknown.

 

FIRST EDITION, first issue. A conversation with Joey conducted by CCA graduate student Lauren Marie Taylor at 24th and Mission in San Francisco as part of the reactivation of Moveable type no Documenta. The flyer was distributed on the street in the neighborhood where the conversation occurred. The reactivation was part of the exhibition Prospectus: San Francisco at SFMOMA.

121. MY kids are the most meaningful things to me. Oakland: Antinomian Press, 22 June 2012.

Flyer: 11 x 8 ½ inches. Printed in black ink on white paper, edition size unknown.

 

FIRST EDITION, first issue. A flyer coming out of a conversation between Ilyse Magy and Ana Labastida (graduate students from CCA’s Social Practice program) and Wilbert in a coffee shop on Fruitvale Avenue in the Dimond District of Oakland as part of the reactivation of the project Moveable type no Documenta. The flyer was distributed on the street in the neighborhood where the conversation occurred. The reactivation was part of the exhibition Prospectus: San Francisco at SFMOMA. 

120. INVENTORY LIST: Moveable type no Documenta. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 29 April 2012.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 12 leaves. Stapled in the upper left corner, printed in an edition of 5 copies, in black ink on white paper.  

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project that bears the same name. Printed for a workshop Kinmont conducted with the CCA Social Practices Department. Includes a project description and a numbered list of items in the project archive to date. 

2011

119. MATERIALIZATION of life into alternative economies. Paris edition: towards project art and sustainability. [Antinomianpress.org, 2011.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 18 leaves. Web Edition. 

118. PROJECT SERIES: Moveable type no Documenta. [Antinomianpress.org, 2011.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Black and white illustrations in the text. 30 leaves. Web Edition. 

117. AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL consideration of ethics in project art practices. [Antinomianpress.org, 2011.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 13 leaves. Web Edition. Written with Laurel George, a cultural anthropologist. 

116. STUDENT SERIES: École Nationale Supérieur d’Art, Villa Arson. Towards a consideration of instrumentalization. [Antinomianpress.org, 2011.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Illustrations in the text. 17 leaves. Web Edition. In English.

115. SÈRIE DES ÈTUDIANTS: École Nationale Supérieur d’Art, Villa Arson. Vers un reflexion sur l’instrumentalisation. [Antinomianpress.org, 2011.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches, (oblong). Illustrations in the text. 18 leaves. Web Edition. In French. 

114. PROJECT SERIES: Félix Fénéon. [Antinomianpress.org, 2011.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 25 leaves. Web Edition. In French and English.

113. AN EXHIBITION in your mouth. [New York]: Antinomian Press, 2011.

Broadside: 20 7/8 x 10 inches. Dark-blue ink on off-white Niddigen laid paper, printed letterpress in an edition of 150 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. These menus were given to those who participated and volunteered at the dinner with a few of them retained for distribution afterwards. This edition of the menu is different from earlier iterations in that it also contains a text entitled “Passing on” by Kinmont, which is about recipes, musical scores, and authorship. The participating restaurant was Isa in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and the dinner was supported by Kunstverein NY and Performa 11. The chefs were Ignacio Mattos and David Tanis. 

112. CONSIDÉRATIONS éthiques sur le project art. Quercy: Mercuès, 2011.

Broadside: 39 ½ x 27 ½ inches. Red and black ink on white paper, printed offset in an edition of 1500 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION of this broadside, the largest Kinmont has ever produced. Printed on the occasion of Prospectus: Paris at the Kadist Art Foundation, 1000 copies were pasted around the streets of Paris and 500 were retained for distribution through the exhibition space. Translates Kinmont’s ethical considerations text and a portion of Laurel George’s text from An Anthropological consideration (2011). In French.

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111. TOWARDS a definition of project art….Ethical considerations in project art. [NYU workshop edition. New York: Antinomian Press, 2011.]

Broadside: 26 ¼ x 16 inches. Black and orange ink on white paper, printed offset with two white photocopies (oblong 8 ½ x 11 inches each) glued over the “Ethical considerations” portion of the original poster, in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

Expanded Second Edition. This new edition of the text arose out of an NYU workshop which had met to rewrite the ethics portion of the Fales poster. Distributed at the workshop’s presentation in Performa 11

110. ETHICAL considerations in project art. [2011.]

Appearing on p. 28 of Flash Art vol. XLIV, no. 281, November-December, 2011.

FIRST EDITION. Printed in an advertising space of Flash Art magazine as part of Kinmont’s projects with Kunstverein NY during the time of Prospectus: New York.

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109. TOWARDS a definition of project art….Ethical considerations in project art. [New York: Antinomian Press, 2011.]

Broadside: 26 ¼ x 16 inches. Black and orange ink on white paper, printed offset in an edition of 1500 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. For the show Prospectus: New York at the Fales Library, New York University. Copies were distributed on the street, through the exhibition space, at Performa 11, and at the art book fair at MOMA PS1.

108. STUDENT SERIES: L’École régionale de beaux arts de Valence or, considerations towards helping others in an art practice. Paris: Antinomian Press, [2 April] 2011.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 20 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 200 copies. 

 

First Separate Edition, first issue. Texts from a student workshop organized with third and fourth year students at L’École régionale de beaux arts de Valence. First published in 2006 bound dos à dos with another work. This edition printed at the Kadist Art Foundation in Paris for the show Prospectus: Paris. In French and English. 

107. MATERIALIZATION of life into alternative economies. Paris edition: towards project art and sustainability. Paris: Antinomian Press, [2 April] 2011.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 18 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Printed by the Kadist Art Foundation for the show Prospectus: Paris. This is the exhibition and catalogue for a new edition of the Materialization show with new artists.

106. OUR contract. [New York: Antinomian Press, 2011.]

Flyer: 11 x 8 ½ inches. Black photocopy on dark-blue paper, one leaf printed recto only, in an edition of 100 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. Distributed at Fales Library, New York University, during the show Prospectus: New York. The text describes how the archive functions as an object for exhibition and ownership. The text was also water-colored onto the wall during the exhibition. 

105. VERS une definition du project art & considérations éthiques sur le project art. [2011.]

Appearing on pages 126-127 of Mouvement, July-September 2011, Issue 60.

 

FIRST EDITION. The definition of project art and ethical considerations published as a carte blanche project for Mouvement, a French magazine about performance and art. In French.  

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104. AN EXHIBITION in your mouth. [Amsterdam]: Antinomian Press, 2011.

Broadside, issued in two different formats: 17 ½ x 10 ¼ inches and 19 x 12 ½ inches. Photocopied onto sage-green laid paper, blue ink stamp of project “mouth” logo, pieces of velvet, silk, and sandpaper stapled to the lower margin of the menu, together (both issues) 150 copies made. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A menu given to those who participated and volunteered at the dinner at Restaurant As. The event was sponsored by the Kunstverein Amsterdam and the Stedelijk Museum. 

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103. MOVEABLE type no Documenta. Set of ten flyers. New York: Antinomian Press, 2011.

Flyers: 11 x 8 ½ inches (each). Envelope: 13 x 10 inches. Flyers printed in black ink with black and white photographs on white paper, preserved in a large grey envelope with a New York University address label and the name of the project stamped in red ink on the front and a Fales Library disclaimer stamped in black ink on the back reading “Not to be reproduced without permission….” Edition size unknown. 

 

First Collected Edition, fifth issue. A set of the ten Moveable type no Documenta project flyers (see items 18-27 above), which were printed and distributed at the Fales Library during the show Prospectus: New York. Printed using a new portable printer. 

102. TROIS cours de gastronomie. [South Freeport]: Antinomian Press, 2011.

Broadside: 32 ¾ x 5 ½ inches. Blue ink on yellow Canson Ingres paper, printed letterpress with lead linotype by Ascensius Press in an edition of 170 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books offered for sale by Kinmont. Given away for free during the Paris 2011 International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Grand Palais and at the Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, for the show Prospectus: Paris.

101. BEN KINMONT Bookseller. Antiquarian Gastronomy Books. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press], 2011.

Broadside: 14 x 8 ½ inches. Typewritten and then photocopied in black and red ink on white paper, in an edition of 100 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books Kinmont offered for sale at the 2011 California Antiquarian Book Fair in San Francisco. Given away for free during the fair. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family

100. PROSPECTUS. 1988-2010. Forty-two works by Ben Kinmont. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 2011.]

Special artist edition.

 

A special artist edition of Prospectus, 1998-2010. Each copy includes one page of the lead type used to make the book, preserved in a cream-colored archival box (7 ½ x 5 ½ x 1 ½ inches); one blue-grey archival folder (9 7/8 x 6 7/8 x ¼ inches) containing a signed and numbered edition of the book Prospectus; all of which is then contained within a larger beige archive box (10 ½ x 8 ½ x 3 inches). Each copy of the special edition is unique since each form of lead type was used to print a different page. Produced in an edition of forty-two plus eleven artist proofs.

99. PROSPECTUS. 1988-2010. Forty-two works by Ben Kinmont. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 2011.]

Book: 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches. Sixteen plates printed in red ink. ix, [3], 93, [4] pp. Perfect bound, wrappers printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh with wood type and lead type, text pages printed with lead type only, printed in an edition of 1200 copies. 

 

The Expanded Second Edition of Kinmont’s Prospectus. This edition includes new projects since the release of the first edition in 2002, as well as several projects that were unintentionally omitted from the earlier edition. The book was published on the occasion of the traveling show Prospectus: a survey of the work of Ben Kinmont

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98. STUDENT SERIES: L’École régionale de beaux arts de Valence or, considerations towards helping others in an art practice. New York: Antinomian Press, [15 September] 2011.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 20 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 100 copies.  

 

First Separate Edition, second issue. Texts from a student workshop organized with third and fourth year students at L’École régionale de beaux arts de Valence. First published in 2006 dos à dos with another work. This issue printed at Fales Library in New York City. In French and English. 

97. AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL consideration of ethics in project art practices. New York: Antinomian Press, [15 September] 2011.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 13 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 100 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION, second issue. Printed and distributed at the Fales Library in New York City. Written with Laurel George, a cultural anthropologist.

96. PROJECT SERIES: Moveable type no Documenta. New York: Antinomian Press, [15 September] 2011.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Black and white illustrations in the text. 30 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, second issue. Distributed at the Fales Library, New York University, during the show Prospectus: New York. (See above.)

95. PROJECT SERIES: Moveable type no Documenta. New York: Antinomian Press, [31 July] 2011.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Black and white illustrations in the text. 30 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 50 copies

 

FIRST EDITION, first issue. Distributed at the Fales Library, New York University, during the show Prospectus: New York. Publication was actually written in 2005 but went unpublished until 2011. In the publication, Kinmont reflects on his project at Documenta in 2002 and reprints the flyers distributed on the street. 

94. AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL consideration of ethics in project art practices. Paris: Antinomian Press, [22 April] 2011.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 13 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 150 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION, first issue. Printed and distributed at the Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, for the show Prospectus: Paris. Written with Laurel George, a cultural anthropologist.

2010

93. GASTRONOMIE. Lausanne: Antinomian Press, 2010.

Broadside: 18 1/2 x 13 7/8 inches. Printed in green ink on dove grey laid paper, printed letterpress by Atelier Typo de la Cité in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books Kinmont offered for sale at the 2010 Paris International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Grand Palais. Given away for free during the fair. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

92. STUDENT SERIES: École Nationale Supérieur d’Art, Villa Arson. Towards a consideration of instrumentalization. Nice: Antinomian Press, 2010.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Illustrations in the text. 17 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner and photocopied in an edition of 20 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION in English.

91. SÈRIE DES ÈTUDIANTS: École Nationale Supérieur d’Art, Villa Arson. Vers un reflexion sur l’instrumentalisation. Nice: Antinomian Press, 2010.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Illustrations in the text. 18 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 20 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION in French. From a workshop Kinmont taught at the Villa Arson in Nice during the group exhibition Double Bind, arretez d’essayer de me comprendre! curated by Sébastien Pluot. The nine participating students were each asked to draw a diagram demonstrating the relationship between ten different types of people and spaces within the subject of instrumentalization (including the artist, home, participant, collector, and gallery).

2009

90. ON becoming something else. Paris: Antinomian Press, 2009.

Broadside: 27 1/4 x 13 1/2 inches. Printed in dark red ink on kraft paper, printed offset, recto in English, verso in French, in an edition of 5000 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A menu given away for free in the Centre Pompidou’s Galerie Sud. Chefs participating were: Robert Vifian, Yves Camdeborde, Olivier Camus, Raquel Caréna, Alain Passard, Jérémy Rosenbois, and Inaki Aizpitarte. Issued as part of the project On becoming something else, in public. In French and English. 

89. ON becoming something else. Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 2009.

Broadside: 25 x 12 3/4 inches. Printed in dark red ink on Niddigen laid paper, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh, recto only, in an edition of 200 copies (each signed by Kinmont). 

 

FIRST EDITION. A menu, approximately forty of which were given away during a private dinner at Chapeau Melon, Paris, with Fabian Vallos as the chef. Issued as part of the project On becoming something else, in private and organized with Air de Paris and Linda Grabe. 

88. GASTRONOMIE. Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 2009.

Broadside: 19 x 12 ¾ inches. Printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh with blue ink on red laid paper in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books Kinmont offered for sale at the 2009 Paris International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Grand Palais. Given away for free during the fair. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

87. GASTRONOMY. A Catalogue of books & manuscripts on cookery…c. 1515-1988….Catalogue twelve. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press], 2009.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Numerous illustrations throughout, some full-page, including many recipes. 3 p.l., 118, [4] pp. Perfect bound, printed wrappers, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 500 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture to be able to provide a living for your family.   

86. GASTRONOMY. Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 2009.

Broadside: 19 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh with burgundy ink on grey laid paper in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A list of books Kinmont offered for sale at the 2009 New York Antiquarian Book Fair at the Park Avenue Armory. Copies were given away for free during the book fair. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family 

85. PROJECT SERIES: Félix Fénéon. Paris: Antinomian Press, [19 October] 2009.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 25 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner and photocopied in an edition of 1000 copies. 

 

Second Edition, first issue. This publication was distributed for free in the Centre Pompidou’s Galerie Sud. Issued as part of the project On becoming something else, in public. It was exhibited alongside a vitrine containing all of the antiquarian cookbooks mentioned by Fénéon in his essay. Includes the first ever translation into English of Fénéon’s essay La Plastique culinaire (translated by Rachel Stella). In French and English. 

84. PROJECT SERIES: Félix Fénéon. Paris: Antinomian Press, [19 September] 2009.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 14 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner and photocopied in an edition of 60 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. This publication was printed and distributed by Air de Paris. Includes the first ever translation into English of Fénéon’s essay La Plastique culinaire (translated by Rachel Stella). In French and English.

83. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. [Airdeparis.com, colophon: “20 March 2005” but actually sometime in July 2009.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Two color reproductions and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [30] leaves. Third web edition (lacking the chronology section). Available for free download.

82. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. New York: Antinomian Press, [14 July] 2009.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [30] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, printed in an edition of 10 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, sixth issue. This edition was printed on the street in front of 38 Greene St. in New York City for the exhibition The Columns held us up at Artists Space. This issue is lacking the chronology section. In French and English.

81. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. New York: Antinomian Press, [14 July] 2009.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [30] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, printed in an edition of 25 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, fifth issue. This edition was printed on the street in front of 38 Greene St. in New York City for the exhibition The Columns held us up at Artists Space. This issue is lacking the chronology section. In French and English.

80. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. New York: Antinomian Press, [14 July] 2009.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [34] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, printed in an edition of 25 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, fourth issue. This edition was printed on the street in front of 38 Greene St. in New York City for the exhibition The Columns held us up at Artists Space. In French and English.

2008

79. STUDENT SERIES: École de Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux or, considerations towards a typology of disapearance [sic]. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 22 leaves. Web Edition. In French and English.

78. AND here also. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Black and white illustrations in the text. 13 leaves. Web Edition. 

77. STUDENT SERIES: California College of the Arts or, considerations towards helping others in an art practice. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 13 leaves. Web Edition. This was first printed dos à dos with the French work above.

 

Although this is the Web Edition it is also the First Separate Edition.

76. STUDENT SERIES: Le École [sic] Régionale de Beaux Arts de Valence or, considerations towards helping others in an art practice. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 20 leaves. Web Edition. In French and English.

75. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Fall 2006. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 12 leaves. Web Edition.   

74. TO something else. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). One color illustration in the text. 13 leaves. Web Edition. 

73. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Fall 2005. Street Projects. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Color photographs in the text. 16 leaves. Web Edition. 

72. EXHIBITIO chimerica: or, part one of a collection of project descriptions in the history of conceptual art. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 16 leaves. Web Edition. 

71. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Fall 2005. Project art, some definitions, ethical considerations, and descriptions. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Color and black and white illustrations in the text. 19 leaves. Web Edition. 

70. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Spring 2005. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Color and black and white illustrations in the text. 16 leaves. Web Edition. 

69. PROJECT SERIES: Archive contracts. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). One black and white illustration. [18] pp. Web Edition. In French and English. 

68. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Two color reproductions and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [34] leaves. Second web edition. Not available.

67. PROJECT SERIES: Lee Lozano. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 23 leaves. Web Edition. 

 

 

FIRST EDITION. The first ever transcription of Lozano’s notebooks, presented with the assistance of Jaap Van Liere and Lozano. 

66. PROJECT SERIES: Paula Hayes. [Antinomianpress.org, 2008.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). [12] leaves. Web Edition. 

 

 

FIRST EDITION. Written with the participation of Paula Hayes. Includes a timeline of the Ac Project Room garden as well as an interview between Kinmont and Hayes. 

65. STUDENT SERIES: École de Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux or, considerations towards a typology of disapearance [sic]. Bordeaux: Antinomian Press, 2008.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 22 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 25 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Written during a workshop Kinmont taught in Bordeaux at the invitation of philosophy professor Fabien Vallos. Includes a short essay by Vallos, a collective introduction by the students, and individual student project descriptions exploring the idea of becoming something else. In French and English.

64. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Fall 2005. Street Projects. Paris: Antinomian Press, [4 May] 2008.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 ¾ (oblong). Color photographs in the text. 16 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 200 copies. 

FIRST EDITION, third issue. A group show of historical works presented on the street by Kinmont’s students. In one day, the pieces were recreated (or re-performed), documented, and made into a publication, which was then printed on Market Street and given to passersby on the street. Written while teaching the seminar “A Project art practicum” for the newly formed MFA Social Practice program at CCA.

                This issue was reprinted for an exhibition entitled …Est en marche curated by Keren Detton and Géraldine Longueville for La Galerie Exterieure in Paris. The printing occurred at Long photo at 69, rue de Belleville. 

2007

63. SPECULUM mensae. Sebastopol: Bernard M. Rosenthal, Inc. & Ben Kinmont Bookseller [Antinomian Press, 2007].

Broadside: 24 x 9 1/4 inches. Light blue ink on sage green laid paper printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. This is a translation into English of a 15th-century Latin manuscript poem of table manners for children. 

62. GASTRONOMY, a catalogue of books & manuscripts on cookery….1537-c.1945….Catalogue eleven. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press,] 2007.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Numerous illustrations and recipes throughout, some full-page. 3 p.l., 139, [3] pp. Perfect bound, printed wrappers, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 500 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

61. VIETNAM WAR ads; or, your bibliography is our sculpture. [Austin: Antinomian Press, 2007.]

White T-shirt with text silkscreened in bright green, printed as a catalogue to be worn, 500 shirts made. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Originally distributed for free in the Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin, as part of Kinmont’s participation in the show curated by Kelly Baum entitled Transactions. This T-shirt reprints the bibliography from the original 1998 show and then adds onto it the new bibliographical citations for the reappearance of the advertisements in 2007.

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60. UNINVITED. Austin: Antinomian Press, [27 September] 2007.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 47 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 60 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. This publication was written by people who attended a talk given by Kinmont at the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas in Austin. Kinmont had each audience member fill out a card that asked “Please describe something that is meaningful to you but is not art.” The participants had less than thirty minutes to write their descriptions. Then, during the talk, in another room, their texts were transcribed into the current publication and printed. The total number of copies made was equal to those participating in the project and the publication was distributed at the close of the talk. 

59. STUDENT SERIES: Les Écoles de Beaux-Arts d’Angers, Bourges et Valence or, considerations towards an art practice concerned with hardship. Sainte-Croix: Antinomian Press, [25 May] 2007.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 21 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 200 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. Written by a group of fifteen students from art schools in Angers, Bourges, and Valence who participated in Kinmont’s workshop “Hardship and Representation” at the youth hostel in Sainte-Croix. Students were asked to write a private text about their greatest hardship and then to create a project proposal about the hardship of another person. In French and English. 

2006

58. LES CONTENANCES de la table. c.1503. Sebastopol: Ben Kinmont, Bookseller & Bernard Quaritch, Ltd. [Antinomian Press.] 2006.

8vo. Seven full-page facsimiles in the text. 1 p.l., 36, [1] pp. Bound in either red full-morocco or red quarter-morocco. 100 copies printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh.

 

FIRST EDITION. From the introduction: “Les Contenances de la table presents a rare glimpse into the everyday life of late medieval and early Renaissance households. Many of the behaviors proscribed in this text on table manners may tend to reinforce stereotypes of culinary savagery and barbaric eating practices in the Middle Ages. However, the detailed, poetically rendered advice on how to behave - or how not to behave - handily puts such stereotypes into question. Given the clear resonance between bits of advice uttered in verse over five centuries ago and common reprimands about behavior passed around the modern table, we can begin to see how little distance separates us from our medieval counterparts. A book both for children and for adults, Les Contenances de la table remains a precious testimony of the past of interest to literary critics, historians, sociologists, and rare book enthusiasts alike.”

          Reproduced from the original once in our inventory, this facsimile is accompanied by an introduction and translation by Timothy Tomasik, a specialist in French 16th-century culinary history. Patrick Reagh, formerly of the Plantin Press in Los Angeles, has designed and printed the book in letterpress in a limited edition of 100 copies (twenty in full-morocco and eighty in half-morocco). The bindings are by Laurenchet, Paris.

57. GASTRONOMY, a catalogue of books & manuscripts on cookery….1537- c. 1945….Catalogue ten. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press], 2006.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Numerous illustrations and recipes throughout, some full-page. 4 p.l., 122, [2] pp. Perfect bound, printed wrappers, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 500 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

56. STUDENT SERIES: San Francisco Art Institute or, a consideration of student debt. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2006.

FIRST EDITION. Written as the culmination of a class project entitled “The Third Sculpture” and taught in SFAI’s undergraduate sculpture program. The students were asked to choose, as a group, what issue mattered to them most. Their answer was student debt. They then spent the semester researching the average SFAI’s undergraduate student debt and its causes. The publication was the outcome of that research. 

55. CARTE gastronomique de la France. [Sebastopol: Antinomian Press,] 2006.

Broadside: 18 ¾ x 20 inches. Light and dark purple and black ink on ivory paper, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 200 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. This broadside reproduces the first gastronomic map of France (which appeared as a folding frontispiece in Cadet de Gassicourt’s Cours gastronomique, Paris, 1809). Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family

54. AND here also. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2006.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Black and white illustrations in the text. 13 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 250 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Printed and given to students and faculty at CCA. Kinmont’s students in the seminar “A Project art practicum” in the MFA Social Practice program were asked to describe a project which occurred outside of the art world and included interaction with others. These writings are brought together here as an exhibition.

53. STUDENT SERIES: Le École [sic] Régionale de Beaux Arts de Valence or, considerations towards helping others in an art practice. Sainte-Croix & Valence: Antinomian Press, 2006.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). 20 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Written by third and fourth year students from Le École Régionale de Beaux Arts de Valence for Kinmont’s workshop at a youth hostel in Sainte-Croix. Prior to the workshop, Kinmont asked the students to spend a minimum of ten hours helping others as a sculptural project. The publication describes their individual projects and reflects on their meaning. In French and English.

52. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Fall 2006. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2006.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 12 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopy, edition size unknown. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Project descriptions written by students in Kinmont’s seminar “A Project art practicum” at CCA. Most of the students were from the MFA Social Practice program but some were also from the Textile and Sculpture departments. 

51. TO something else. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2006.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). One color illustration in the text. 13 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 250 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. Printed and given to students and faculty at CCA. Kinmont’s students in the seminar “A Project art practicum” in the MFA Social Practice program were asked to write descriptions of something that they considered to not be art. The publication is the outcome.

2005

50. EXHIBITIO chimerica: or, part one of a collection of project descriptions in the history of conceptual art. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2005.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 16 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 50 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. Written while teaching the seminar “A Project art practicum” for the newly formed MFA Social Practice program at CCA. The text is presented as an exhibition of historical project art descriptions. Printed and distributed to students in Kinmont’s class.

49. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Fall 2005. Project art, some definitions, ethical considerations, and descriptions. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2005.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Color and black and white illustrations in the text. 19 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A class writing project by Kinmont’s students on ethics and project art. This was the first incarnation of these texts, which later appeared in numerous forms including being reprinted in the French magazine Trouble (2006). Printed and given to students and mailed to friends. Also included are descriptions of the students’ projects. Written while teaching the seminar “A Project art practicum” for the newly formed MFA Social Practice program at CCA.

48. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Spring 2005. Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 2005.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Color and black and white illustrations in the text. 16 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 100 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. Project descriptions written by 1st and 2nd year students from the newly formed California College of the Arts (CCA) MFA Social Practice program during Kinmont’s seminar “A Project art practicum.” Printed and given to students and mailed to friends. 

47. PROJECT SERIES: Archive Contracts. Paris: Antinomian Press, 2005.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). One black and white illustration. [18] pp. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 250 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. Printed and distributed at the gallery Air de Paris. The text describes the exhibition, ownership, and handling of Kinmont’s project archives. In French and English.

46. STUDENT SERIES…Considerations towards helping others in an art practice. [Bound dos à dos.] San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 14 December 2006.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 13 leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 250 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. Two separate works bound dos à dos. Helping projects were conducted by students from Le École Régionale de Beaux Arts de Valence and then five months later, students at CCA were given a near identical assignment. The only difference was that the French students were to help someone for a minimum of ten hours while the American students chose a brief and fleeting helping project. This publication is the outcome of these two workshops bound together. In French and English.  

45. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Fall 2005. Street Projects. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 14 December 2005.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Black and white photographs in the text. 16 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied in an edition of 200 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION, second issue. A group show of works conducted on the street by various participating artists. Printed on the CCA campus. (See item 45 above for full description.)

44. STUDENT SERIES: CCA Fall 2005. Street Projects. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 3 December 2005.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). Color photographs in the text. 16 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, printed in an edition of 50 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION, first issue. A group show of historical works presented on the street by Kinmont’s students. In one day, the pieces were recreated (or re-performed), documented, and made into a publication, which was then printed on Market Street and given to passersby on the street. Written while teaching the seminar “A Project art practicum” for the newly formed MFA Social Practice program at CCA.

43. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. [Airdeparis.com, 20 March 2005.]

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Two color reproductions and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [34] leaves. First Web Edition. Not available.

42. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. Paris: Antinomian Press, [16 March] 2005.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Two color reproductions tipped in and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [34] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, printed in an edition of 25 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, third issue. Printed and distributed at Air de Paris. In French and English. 

41. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. Paris: Antinomian Press, [5 March] 2005.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Two color reproductions tipped in and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [34] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, edition size unknown.  

 

FIRST EDITION, second issue. Assembly of these copies was completed in Air de Paris and the color image tipped in on the colophon page is of the photocopy machine set up inside Air de Paris. Everything with the exception of the tipped-in image on the colophon page was printed on the street in front of the Louvre. These copies were distributed at Air de Paris. In French and English. 

40. PROJECT SERIES: Christopher D’Arcangelo. Paris: Antinomian Press, [5 March] 2005.

Book: 8 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches (oblong). Two color reproductions tipped in and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. [34] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, printed in an edition of 250 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION, first issue. Printed on the street in front of the Louvre Museum with help from Air de Paris and Cneai. Copies were then given to visitors inside the Museum by Kinmont and art students from Bourges and Valence. This first issue has a color reproduction of the publication being printed on the street tipped in on the colophon page. Publication was originally written in 1997 but not printed until 2005. In French and English. 

2004

39. GASTRONOMY, a catalogue of books and manuscripts on cookery…1480-2002….Catalogue nine. [South Freeport: Antinomian Press], 2004.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. One color illustration and numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 206, [2] pp. Perfect bound in green Fabriano Ingres paper, stamped in white foil, printed offset by Ascensius Press in an edition of 1000 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

38. THIS isn’t it. Sebastopol: Antinomian Press, 2004.

Envelope: 6 x 9 inches. Light blue ink on white paper, printed letterpress by Patrick Reagh in an edition of 500 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. The intention was for people to subscribe to the project; when they subscribed, they would receive the envelope and then subsequent photographs of the This isn’t it project taken at each of its several museum venues. To Kinmont’s knowledge, only he and the curator have a complete set of the photographs. These are the envelopes which remain (i.e. without the photographs). The project could be reactivated, however, with new photographs made.

2003

37. LIFE at home & in nature, a new catalogue of books and manuscripts…c. 1503-2002….Catalogue eight. [South Freeport: Antinomian Press], 2003.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 126, [2] pp. Blue Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers, stamped in white foil, perfect bound, printed offset by Ascensius Press in an edition of 750 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

36. LIFE at home & in nature, a catalogue of books and manuscripts…1540-1911….Catalogue seven. [South Freeport: Antinomian Press], 2003.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Five color illustrations and numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 150, [2] pp. Light-brown Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers, stamped in white foil, perfect bound, printed offset by Ascensius Press in an edition of 750 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

2002

35. LIFE at home & in nature…1516-1900….Catalogue six. [South Freeport: Antinomian Press], 2002.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Seven color illustrations and numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 175, [1] pp. Yellow-orange Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers, stamped in white foil, perfect bound, printed offset by Ascensius Press in an edition of 750 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

34. BEN KINMONT, Bookseller. A list of fifty books. [South Freeport]: Antinomian Press, 2002.

Broadside: 20 ¾ x 15 ½ inches. Printed in black ink on light blue laid paper, printed letterpress by Ascensius Press in an edition of 500 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A broadside list of books Kinmont offered for sale at the 2002 Paris International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Maison de la Mutualité. The printing of the list was financed by the Frac museums in Montpellier and Albi as part of Ami Barak’s show La Vie devant soi (where the list was later shown as an artwork). Given away for free during the fair and issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family. This is the first book fair list created by Kinmont.   

33. PERFUME, a catalogue of books and manuscripts…1531-1985….Catalogue five. [South Freeport: Antinomian Press], 2002.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Eight color illustrations and numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 118, [1] pp. White Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers printed in purple and green ink, perfect bound, printed offset by the Ascensius Press in an edition of 1200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family. Considered to be the “ultimate bibliography on perfume books.” – Cothenet, “A New Bibliography of Perfume Books.” The Private Library, Winter 2002, 179-95.

 

32. MOVEABLE type no Documenta. Set of ten flyers. Ann Arbor: Antinomian Press, 2002.

Flyers: 11 x 8 ½ inches. Envelope: size unknown. Flyers printed in black ink with black and white photographs on white paper, edition size unknown.

 

First Collected Edition, third issue. A set of the ten Moveable type no Documenta flyers (see items 18-27 above) printed and distributed at the Jean Paul Slusser Gallery at the University of Michigan in the exhibition What’s the Use, curated by Heather Nicols. The flyers were printed using different equipment than the first two issues. 

31. MOVEABLE type no Documenta. Set of ten flyers. San Francisco: Antinomian Press, 2002.

Flyers: 11 x 8 ½ inches and printed in black ink with black and white photographs on white paper with the exception of the Universität Kassel flyer which is 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches and printed in black ink on blue paper (in some sets), all preserved in a 13 x 10 inch white San Francisco Art Institute mailing envelope printed in black ink with the title of the project stamped in red ink, edition size unknown. 

 

First Collected Edition, second issue. A set of the ten Moveable type no Documenta flyers (see items 18-27 above) distributed at the San Francisco Art Institute in the Walter and McBean Galleries during the show Touch: Relational Art from the 1990s to Now, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud. The flyers were printed using the same equipment that was used to print the original flyers on the street.

30. MOVEABLE type no Documenta. Set of ten flyers. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 2002.

Flyers: all 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches and printed in black ink with black and white photographs on white paper with the exception of the Universität Kassel flyer which is 8 3/8 x 5 7/8 inches and printed in black ink on blue paper, all preserved in a 12 x 8 inch Documenta 11 envelope, with the title of the project stamped on the front, printed in an edition of 15,000 sets.

 

First Collected Edition, first issue. Sets of the ten Moveable type no Documenta flyers (see items 18-27 above) were printed and distributed for free in the museum during the one hundred days of Documenta 11. The flyers were printed using the same equipment that was used to print the original flyers on the street.

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29. EAT, drink, & be merry! A holiday list of gastronomy. [New York: Antinomian Press, 21 November 2002.]

Compact Disk with file as a PDF. Numerous color and black and white illustrations. 133, [1] pp. 750 copies made. 

 

FIRST EDITION. According to historians of antiquarian bookselling, this is the first antiquarian bookseller catalogue to exist in CD form only. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

28. AN EXHIBITION in your mouth. [South Freeport]: Antinomian Press, 25 June 2002.

Broadside: 18 ½ x 9 ¼ inches. Printed in black ink on light blue laid paper, printed letterpress by Ascensius Press in an edition of 500 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. A menu printed for a dinner Kinmont prepared for about fifty people on the occasion of the opening of La Vie devant soi at the Frac in Montpellier. Distributed for free during the dinner. This is the first time the project was realized. Later activations occurred in Amsterdam, Brooklyn, San Francisco, and Rome (see items 80, 92, 124, and 147 below).

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27. THE MOST important thing to us is our family and friends; trust; being honest with yourself and others; and feeling safe. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 11 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. One reproduction of the students’ signatures in black ink. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation with students in Jutta Krug’s class IIIb (ages 12-14). Printed with a battery-operated printer in her classroom at the Reformschule in Kassel, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

26. MY work as an anesthesiologist is always meaningful to me. Hekershausen: Antinomian Press, 10 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. One photograph reproduced in color. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation with Dr. Jörg Schuck in his house. Printed with a battery-operated printer at Am Gewende, Heckershausen, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood that same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

25. I STOPPED working as a teacher years ago to stay home with my children. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 9 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. One photograph reproduced in color. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation with a participant in her home. Printed with a battery-operated printer on Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse in Kassel, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

24. THE MOST important thing for me in my life was that I had the possibility to go to university. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 9 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. One photograph reproduced in color. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation with a participant in her office. Printed with a battery-operated printer in the Kassel town hall, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

23. IT IS most important to me that there is something greater than myself, something which we know through trust. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 8 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. One hand-drawn diagram reproduced in black ink. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation with a participant in his church. Printed with a battery-operated printer at the Friedenskirche (also known as Church of Peace) in Kassel, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

22. I AM not an artist with my family but the process of coming together with my children is the most important thing to me, and this process between us could be understood as art. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 7 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. Participant’s signature reproduced in black ink. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. In conversation with a participant in his home. Printed with a battery-operated printer on Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse in Kassel, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

21. THE MOST important thing in my life is my children and, in so far as they are part of nature, they can be considered art. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 6 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. One photograph reproduced in color. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation with a participant in her home. Printed with a battery-operated printer on Langenbeckstrasse in Kassel, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

20. MY break-up with my partner is the most meaningful thing for me right now, it is my focus. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 5 April 2002.

Flyer: 8 3/8 x 5 7/8 inches. One hand-drawn diagram reproduced in black ink. Black text on blue paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation with a participant in a cafe. Printed with a battery-operated printer at the restaurant Pavillion at Universität Kassel, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

19. THE MOST meaningful thing to me is that there are some things which cannot be explained and you must open your mind to them. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 4 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. One photograph reproduced in color. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation with a participant in his shop. Printed with a battery-operated printer on Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse in Kassel, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

18. ART is communication with the other, but with understanding. Kassel: Antinomian Press, 3 April 2002.

Flyer: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches. Black text on white paper, printed in an edition of approximately 200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. From a conversation in a participant’s home. Printed with a battery-operated printer on Hunsrückstrasse in Kassel, Germany, and distributed in the surrounding neighborhood on the same day. Part of Kinmont’s project Moveable type no Documenta for Documenta 11. In English and German. 

17. SOMETIMES a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family. [South Freeport: Antinomian Press], 2001 [8 January 2002].

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. One black and white plate in the text. 7, [1] pp. Light-brown Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers, stamped in white foil, saddle-stitched, printed offset by the Ascensius Press in an edition of 500 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project with the same title and designed to match the bookseller catalogues. The text describes how the bookselling business was started as an art project in 1998.

2001

16. GASTRONOMY, a catalogue of books and manuscripts…1499-1999….Catalogue four. [South Freeport: Antinomian Press], 2001.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Five color plates and numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 173, [3] pp. Green Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers, stamped in white foil, perfect bound, printed offset by the Ascensius Press in an edition of 1200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

2000

15. GASTRONOMY, a catalogue of books and manuscripts...1580-1967….Catalogue three. [South Freeport: Antinomian Press], 2000.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Four color plates and numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 138, [2] pp. Brown-grey Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers, stamped in white foil, perfect bound, printed offset by the Ascensius Press in an edition of 1200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

14. EAT, drink, & be merry! A holiday list of gastronomy. [Philadelphia: Antinomian Press], 2000.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Printer’s device on colophon page, illustration on lower wrapper. 70, [2] pp. Perfect bound, printed offset by Mark One Printing in an edition of 1400 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

1999

13. GASTRONOMY, a catalogue of books and manuscripts…1463-1999. Including a section of bibliography. Catalogue two. [Philadelphia: Antinomian Press], 1999.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Five color plates (three of which are on one folding leaf) & numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 146, [2] pp. Grey Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers, stamped in white foil, printed on white and pink paper, perfect bound, printed offset by Mark One Printing in an edition of 1200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family.   

12. GASTRONOMY, a catalogue of books on cookery…1480-1999….Catalogue one. [Philadelphia: Antinomian Press], 1999.

Book: 7 ½ x 5 inches. Numerous black & white illustrations in the text. 127, [1] pp. Red Fabriano Ingres paper wrappers, stamped in white foil, perfect bound, printed offset by Mark One Printing in an edition of 1200 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Issued as part of the project Sometimes a nicer sculpture is to be able to provide a living for your family. This is Kinmont’s first bookseller catalogue.    

1998

11. STUDENT SERIES: bring with you. [Bloomfield Hills, MI, Cranbrook Academy of Art: Antinomian Press, 6 December 1998.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 11 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied on light yellow paper in an edition of 150 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. A publication coming out of a workshop with students at Cranbrook. The project investigates the possibilities of the publication as an exhibition and the reasonableness of its temporal and financial economy. 

10. VIETNAM WAR ads; or, your bibliography is our sculpture. [New York: Antinomian Press, March 1998.]

White T-shirt with text silkscreened in florescent “missile red,” printed as a catalogue to be worn, 500 shirts made. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Originally distributed for free in the Nordiska Museet, Stockholm, as part of Kinmont’s participation in Carlos Basualdo’s show entitled Insertions.  

9. PROJECT SERIES: Lee Lozano. New York: Antinomian Press, [14 February] 1998.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). 23 leaves. Stapled in upper left-hand corner, photocopied on light purple paper in an edition of 150 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. The first ever transcription of Lozano’s notebooks, presented with the assistance of Jaap Van Liere and Lozano. 

1997

8. AN EXHIBITION of four advertisements protesting the Vietnam War, 1966-1975. [1997.]

Appearing on pages [10 – 11] of Hirsch Farm Project World Tour. Northbrook: Hirsch Foundation, 1997.

 

The FIRST EDITION of Kinmont’s published presentation of a collage of his Vietnam War ads project and reproducing the Antinomian Press publisher’s mark. Interestingly, in the collage is printed “Published by the Antinomian Press, May 1997. Copies available for $1.00 by writing to the Press at 83 Murray Street, 4th floor, New York, N.Y. 10007.” No orders were ever received. 

7. PROJECT SERIES: Paula Hayes. New York: Antinomian Press, [19 November] 1997.

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). [12] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied on light green paper with a blue errata slip on p. 10, in an edition of 100 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION. Written with the participation of Paula Hayes. Includes a timeline of the Ac Project Room garden as well as an interview between Kinmont and Hayes. 

6. EXCHANGE. [New York: Antinomian Press, 30 October 1997.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). [6] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied on yellow paper in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION of the project description and inventory list of the archive (to date) for the project Exchange, in which people coming into agnes b. could trade the shirt off their back for any shirt in the store. 

5. SOMEBODY’S SoHo. [New York: Antinomian Press, 26 June 1997.]

Book: 8 ½ x 11 inches (oblong). [6] leaves. Stapled in the upper left-hand corner, photocopied on lavender paper in an edition of 50 copies. 

 

FIRST EDITION of the project description and inventory list of the archive (to date) for the project Somebody’s SoHo. The project began in 1995 as part of a group show and focused on the efforts of six community health organizations located in SoHo. 

1996

4. PROMISED relations: or, thoughts concerning a few artists’ contracts. [New York: Antinomian Press, December 1996.]

Book: 8 ½ x 5 3/8 inches. Illustrations in the text. 27, [1] pp. Offset printing on pale blue paper, paper label on upper wrapper, saddle-stitched in an edition of 500 copies. 

 

 

FIRST EDITION. This was the exhibition catalogue to the show that bears the same name. First exhibited at Ac Project Room (NYC) in 1997; then at Centre d’Art Contemporain (Fribourg, Switzerland) in 2000; les Abattoirs (Toulouse) in 2000; Fales Library (NYC) in 2011; SFMOMA (San Francisco) in 2012; and MACRO (Rome) in 2014. 

3. IF you smile at me. [New York: Antinomian Press, June 1996.]

White t-shirt, with black text printed onto a green rectangle, only five shirts made.

Special edition. 

2. IF you smile at me. [New York: Antinomian Press, June 1996.]

Flyer: 11 x 8 ½ inches. An exhibition in publication format, photocopied on cardstock in an edition of 100 copies.

 

FIRST EDITION. The exhibition’s content was from the history of conversation as sculpture (1913-1980) and its catalogue was a transcription of conversations Kinmont had with strangers on the street about the idea of conversation as sculpture.

 

1. MATERIALIZATION of life into alternative economies. [New York: Antinomian Press, April 1996.]

Book: 8 ½ x 5 3/8 inches. Illustrations in the text. 25, [2] pp. Letterpress dust-jacket (three different colored issues: off-white, beige, or green), book printed offset, saddle-stitched with dustjacket, 500 copies printed. 

 

FIRST EDITION. This was the exhibition catalogue to the show that bears the same name. First exhibited at Printed Matter (NYC) in 1996; then again at the Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana in 2000; and later recreated with new artists in Paris at the Kadist Art Foundation in 2011.

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