For two weeks only, on Monday there will be special offers on a selection of rare and out-of-print books, signed artist catalogues and monographs, DVDs, posters, collectible show cards, and more. Highlights from this year's pop-up include ceramic plates by Marcel Dzama, artist's book by Michael Riedel, films by Raymond Pettibon, and documentary films about Alice Neel and Robert Crumb.
David Zwirner is pleased to announce the gallery’s second annual
summer pop-up bookstore.
For two weeks only—Monday, July 25 through Friday, August 5— there will be special offers on a selection of rare and out-of-print books, signed artist catalogues and monographs, DVDs, posters, collectible show cards, and more. Highlights from this year’s pop-up include ceramic plates by Marcel Dzama, signed copies of the newly-released artist’s book Perlstein by Michael Riedel (limited edition), films by Raymond Pettibon, posters by Christopher Williams, and documentary films about Alice Neel and Robert Crumb.
The pop-up bookstore coincides with the gallery’s summer exhibition, The House Without the Door, on view until August 5.
The House Without the Door
Finding inspiration in Emily Dickinson's poem Doom is the the Door, this exhibition considers the idea of the home as a charged psychological space. The works on wiev are characterized by their ability to explore myriad issues related to interiority and domesticity -such as agoraphobia, self-imprisonment, domestic abuse, and memory - through understated yet compelling gestures. Artists: Adel Abdessemed, David Altmejd, Francis Alÿs, Mamma Andersson, Louise Bourgeois, Michael Brown, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Maureen Gallace, Isa Genzken, Robert Gober, Mona Hatoum, Toba Khedoori, Charles LeDray, Thomas Ruff, Gregor Schneider, Luc Tuymans, Jeff Wall, and Rachel Whiteread.
Pop-Up Bookstore contact:
Jessica Manchester 212-727-2070 or email@example.com
Ben Thornborough, Press Officer 212-727-2070 x 141 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Open late on Thursday, July 28 until 8pm for the second annual Chelsea Art Walk, an evening of extended hours and special events taking place at over 125 galleries and art institutions around Chelsea. Visit artwalkchelsea.com for details.
525 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011
Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm
In July and August, David Zwirner is closed on Saturdays.