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By: Common Room & Kim Förster
New York, NY: Common Books, 2012
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 8” x 8”
Cover: paperback
Binding: perfect bound
Process: offset-printed
Color: full color
Edition Size: unknown
ISBN 13: 9780988290600

We're always excited for new books by our friends at Common Room and this is a fascinating addition to their ongoing publishing practice. Learn more about their work at: common-room.net. From the publisher:

Arts For Living takes a close look at the Abrons Arts Center, a community art facility in the Lower East Side, as a case study for an architecture designed to address issues of public space and community life. the center was built during the 1970’s fiscal crisis and designed by Prentice and Chan, Ohlhausen as a cultural institution with new educational facilities intended to enable, foster and serve the everyday activities of the local low-income population.

With essays by Alan Moore and Kim Förster, an interview with Lo-Yi Chan and photographs by Jason Fulford. Designed by Geoff Han.

CONDITION NOTE: Our copies of this book arrived a little bumped to one corner. In light of this we have reduced the price. The books are still in very solid, readable condition!

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