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Caren Heft

Caren  Heft'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.
The Blues and Juives of Dr. Hepcat
(1994) Letterpress on Root River Mill papers; sewn binding
Text by Alan Govenar
The CORE of James Farmer
(2003) Letterpress on Root River Mill iris and daphne papers; sewn binding
Text by Detine L. Bowers
The Life and Poems of Osceola Mays
(1989) Letterpress on Root River Mill abaca papers; bound on vellum tapes; contains a tape of Osceola Mays reciting her poems and singing spirituals
Text by Alan Govenar
Rare Books of the Future
 books by Booklyn Artists Alliance
My Father Was Always Sleeping
(1997) Arcadian Press; letterpress, handmade paper, photo,
Paper, Art & the Book
 an exhibition of the innovative ways artists utilize paper to express ideas conveyed in books and broadsides
Pagan Babies
(1995) With Roger David, Barbara Duffey Hardy, Pat Kardas and Susan Mann. Letterpress book on Root River Mill abaca paper with found pages of a letterpress printed Bible from the 1860s.

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