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Maureen Cummins
Inanna Press
Brooklyn, NY

MAUREEN CUMMINS is a graduate of Cooper Union who has been making limited edition books for over a dozen years. Her work is in public collections in the US, Canada, England, New Zealand and South Africa. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

Maureen  Cummins's work was exhibited in
Racism: An American Family Value
 Organized by: Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr., Artist, Teacher, and Independent Curator; and Alexander Campos, Executive Director of The Center for Book Arts.
Anatomy of Insanity
(2003) Letterpress printed book
The Business is Suffering
(2003) Letterpress and silksceen
30 Years of Innovation: A Survey of Exhibition History at The Center for Book Arts, 1974-2004
 Organized by Jae Jennifer Rossman, Special Collections Librarian, Arts Library, Yale University.
Stocks and Bonds
(2001) letterpress and collage
Washi in American Artist's Books
Phantasies of a love thief: an eleventh century Sanskrit lyric poem
(1994) Translated & with an introduction by Barbara Stoler Miller; illustrated by Maureen Cummins. Printed letterpress on snow-white Sekishu and bound in black Japanese silk; text is Zapf Civilité, with titling calligraphy by Jerry Kelly. Blockprint illustrations by artist; hand-binding by Kathy Hyde, Signed by the artist. In box.
Rare Books of the Future
 books by Booklyn Artists Alliance
Stocks and Bonds
(2001) letterpress and collage
Inky Fingers
 works by small & fine presses
Song of Songs
(1991) Unknown author, illustrated by Maureen Cummins. Letterpress with hand-colored woodblock prints. Accordion bound into purple covers of Japanese silk.

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