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One Every Day

EFA Project Space
323 West 39th Street, 2nd Floor, 212-563-5855
Hell's Kitchen
November 5 - December 19, 2009
Reception: Saturday, November 7, 6 - 9 PM
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Artists: Glen Baldridge, Kate Bingaman-Burt, Colby Bird, Lydia Diemer, Geoff Hargadon, M. Ho, Matthew Hopson-Walker, Packard Jennings, Gary Kachadourian, Chad Kouri, Michael Krueger, MegaWords Magazine, Julian Montague, Carlos Motta, Leslie Mutchler, Scott Nobles, Adam Pendleton, Post Typography, Evan Roth, Kim Rugg, Dexter Sinister, Stephanie Syjuco, Temporary Services, Rachel Perry Welty, Liz Zanis

EFA Project Space is pleased to present One Every Day, on view from November 5 through December 19, 2009. The exhibition foregrounds the relationship of printed ephemera to cultural and artistic production, and marks the curatorial debut for

Launched in 2008, the founders of aptly coined it “The Thinking Person’s Favorite Online Resource for Interesting Printmaking Miscellany.” Recognizing it as exactly that, EFA invited Printeresting to organize an exhibition that would open during New York City Print Week 2009, expanding the discourse about print beyond its fine art boundaries into the “every day”.

From the detritus under the windshield and the debris in our pockets to gig posters mounted on telephone poles, One Every Day attests that all varieties of print ephemera share the following three characteristics: fleeting function, low-cost means of production, and the fact that somebody out there loves them.

Presenting work by twenty-five artists and designers, the curators proclaim: “The universe of ephemera is expansive, and so is the work in One Every Day. The viewer will be treated to books, pamphlets, zines, stickers, merchandise, and other artifacts, but also subtle minimalist explorations, conceptual activism, and post-punk rock promotion. Similarly, the goals of our contributors are diverse: highly personal and comedic explorations of youth culture rest easily alongside overt critiques of consumer waste.”

Related programs:

Wednesday, November 18, 6:30 – 8:00 pm Join participating artists and guests to talk about the lure of printed matter and its powerful properties as a form of expression.

Friday, December 11, 6:00 – 9:30 pm DIY craft print and multiple swap: sign up to participate in an event that celebrates the gift economy and the art of exchange.
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