Matthew J. Smith

Publications as Author:
Artist’s Books

 

Publishing as the Critical Practice of Graphic Design. Are Not Books & Publications, 2014 (click to read online).

 

The Sales Representative Will Be Right Back. Are Not Books & Publications, 2014 (click to read online).

 

A Useless Guide to Book Design. Are Not Books & Publications, 2013 (click to read online).

 

The Is Not Baseball Book. Are Not Books & Publications, 2013 (click to read online).

 

Rust City Renovation: Toledo, Ohio. Are Not Books & Publications, 2013 (click to read online).

 

 

Publications as Author:
Articles & Reviews

 

“A Memory of Perfection: 3 x Abstraction: New Methods of Drawing; Hilma af Klint, Emma Kunz, and Agnes Martin at the Drawing Center.” Parabola,vol. 30:4 (2005), pages 78– 80 (click to download a PDF).

 

“Laura Owens, Milwaukee Art Museum.” Shift Japan, December 2003.

 

“VAS: An Opera in Flatland, by Steve Tomasula and Stephen Farrell.” Shift Japan, November 2003 (click to download a PDF).

 

“Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Chicago Studies: Les Etants Donnes, The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago.” Shift Japan, June 2003 (click to download a PDF).

 

“Peter Doig, Arts Club of Chicago.” Shift Japan, April 2003.

 

“Archigram: Experimental Architecture 1961–1974, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.” Shift Japan, February 2002 (click to download a PDF).

 

Publications as Acquiring Editor,
Designer & Publisher

 

Doordan, Dennis. Twentieth- Century Architecture. Are Not Books & Publications (click to read online). Dennis Doordan is an architectural historian, critic, museum consultant and co- editor of the journal Design Issues (MIT Press).

 

Fine, Aaron. Dialogues on Color. Wheaton, IL and Temple, TX: Are Not Books & Publications, 2016 (click to read online). Aaron Fine is Professor of Art and Art Department Chair at Truman State University.

 

Cruz, Joseph G. The Death of God Left the Angels in a Strange Place. Are Not Books & Publications, 2015 (click for more information). Joseph G. Cruz is a Chicago- based artist.

 

Korte, Lucas. Der Trepanomikönen. Are Not Books & Publications, 2015 (click to read online). Lucas Korte is an artist and Visiting Assistant Professor at University of Notre Dame.

 

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