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John L. Risseeuw
Cabbagehead Press, The
Tempe, AZ




John L. Risseeuw's work appeared in the following exhibition(s) organized by The Center for Book Arts
Threads: Interweaving Textu[r]al Meaning
 Organized by: Lois Morrison, Artist and Independent Curator; and Alexander Campos, Executive Director of The Center for Book Arts.
Whose Flag?
(2005) Letterpress and plymer relief on handmade paper. Clothing, export fibers, and paper
Book Arts in the USA
 an exhibition of work by 51 artists; a cultural presentation of the United States of America
Politics of Underwear, The
(1973) Letterpress from handset Optima type, offset lithography and embossment on handmade paper.
Celebrating 15 Years
 new works by Artist Members
Bill deKooning's Bicycle Seat Meets Post-Modern Politics
(1989) Letterpress and screenprint on the artist's own handmade paper with screenprinted plastic attachments.
Posada Theatre
(1987) Linoleum cut and letterpress on handmade paper.
Small Deaths at Dawn
(1987) Relief line engraving and letterpress on handmade paper
1998 Member Exhibition
Even Transcendentalists Get the Blues
letterpress on artist's handmade paper
Fun & Games
 the 1988 annual Artist Members Exhibition
But No Pleasure Is Perfect
letterpress and silkscreen on Japanese paper
Even Transcendentalists Get the Blues
letterpress on artist's handmade paper
Literate Letterpress
 an exhibition of finely printed editions of works by contemporary authors
Some Inhuman Familiars by Katherine Heinemann
(1983) Printed and published by the Cabbagehead Press. Printed in Centaur and Arrighi on Arches Text laid paper. Casebound in cloth over boards. Signed by the author and the printer.
Center for Book Arts: The First Decade
 an exhibition at The New York Public Library
Politics of Underwear, The
(1973) Letterpress from handset Optima type, offset lithography and embossment on handmade paper.
Book Makers
 Center for Book Arts first five years
Across the Universe
(1978) Lithography and letterpress, words by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
I nearly died laughing
(1974) Printed on handmade papers with Bembo and Palatino types.
Ozzie's Box
(1978) Lithography and letterpress

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