The Christine Burgin Gallery publishes and produces work with artists and writers. The gallery's most recent projects include the books Robert Walser: Thirty Poems, selected and translated by Christopher Middleton (Christine Burgin/New Directions) and Baby Ikki at the Museum by Michael Smith (Christine Burgin/Whitney Museum of American Art); the production of the installation work Big Trouble by Allen Ruppersberg and print editions with Zoe Beloff, Rodney Graham, Paul Lincoln and Matt Mullican.
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Allen Ruppersberg: Collector's Paradise
A found history of rock and roll in America from the collection of the artist: a list of 1,500 key recordings illustrated with over 300 related images
Robert Walser: Microscripts (paperback edition)
with new translations by Susan Bernofsky
and some thoughts on Robert Walser by Maira Kalman
(Christine Burgin/New Directions)
A Little Ramble: In the Spirit of Robert Walser
A project initiated by the Donald Young Gallery including the work of
Fischl/Weiss, Moyra Davey, Thomas Schütte, Rosemarie Trockel, Mark Walllinger, Tacita Dean, Rodney Graham and Josiah McElheny and a selection of poems and stories by Robert Walser chosen by the artists.
Afterword by Lynne Cooke
(Christine Burgin/Donald Young Gallery/New Directions)
Glass! Love! Perpetual Motion!: A Paul Scheerbart Compendium
Including Scheerbart's classic text Glass Architecture and a new translation by Susan Bernofsky of The Perpetual Motion Machine
Edited and with illustrations by Josiah McElheny
The first english translation of Altenberg's writings to be accompanied by
Altenberg's own altered photographs and postcard albums
Edited and with an introduction by Leo Lensing
The gallery is open by appointment only.