big in russia

UK–Russia

The Caseroom Press have been to Russia. Well, a couple of our books have.

We were included as part of the third project dedicated to Artists’ Books at the State Museum Reserve Tsaritsyno. An exhibition that ‘aims to demonstrate the unique and common features of the Artists’ Book, presenting work by artists from the UK and Russia, united by national artistic traditions.’

Mr. Cragg

As the catalogue says, the ‘British Artists’ Book is free of artificial gloss and full of restrained elegance.’

Mr Glass

Talking of international recognition, Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology has picked up some more reviews in Italy, France and Sweden – and as it says via Google Translate ‘It is aways a magic there, just at the moment when something crack.’

Can’t argue with that.

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