Come explore the vast medium of artist's books in our new exhibition Boundless, co-curated by Cynthia Sears and Catherine Alice Michaelis!

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Rachel Feferman & Sherry Grover Galleries at BIMA from March 4 to June 22
By challenging our preconceived notions of what defines a book, the artist's books in Boundless lead us through captivating, uncomfortable, surprising, and unexplored terrain. Whether painted, stitched, woven, collaged, carved, cut, dyed, or printed, each artist's book shares its story through this unique and experimental medium. Learn more

New Episode: Artist's Books Unshelved - Watch it
Featuring artist's books Gone Fishin by Asuka Ohsawa and Animals on Wheels by Stephanie Krause, this new episode of Artist's Books Unshelved takes a closer look at the luscious settings and sprinklings of humor within these artist's books. Want to see more videos like this? Subscribe to our Youtube Channel here.

Boundless Catalogue Now Available at the BIMA Store
Celebrate the opening of our Spring 2022 exhibition Boundless with us! The Boundless catalogue serves as a companion to the exhibition and its sweeping showcase of contemporary artist's books. With essays by co-curators Cynthia Sears and Catherine Alice Michaelis, artists Tia Blassingame and Ellen Sheffield, and Mark Dimunation of the Library of Congress, this book features high-quality, color photos of over 90 works from the exhibition. Purchase the catalog.

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Bainbridge Island Museum of Art inspires curiosity, wonder, and understanding by connecting people with the contemporary art and craft of the Puget Sound region. The art museum exhibits, interprets, preserves, collects, and promotes works of proven cultural value as well as new works by emerging artists and craftspeople. The art museum is open daily 10am-5pm. Free admission. All COVID-19 precautions can be found here.

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