BBB's Bookshelf Pop-Up Sale!

March 10th, 3-7:30 @ Dairy Arts Center


............. SHOP LOCAL ~ SHOP SMALL ~ SUPPORT ARTISTS .............

Where: Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO

Month of Photography Denver is a biennial celebration of fine art photography with hundreds of collaborative public events throughout the region.  We're celebrating Big Bad Bettie style with photo books and prints!

On the bookshelf will be a great variety of photo books and limited edition prints from local artists, along with Rabbit Rabbit, the exciting first journal from Big Bad Bettie Press.  Plus, cards from BBBP and photography inspired letterpress goods from Black Dog Press.  With a price range of $2.50 - $150, there is something for everyone!  

Come see what's on Big Bad Bettie's Bookshelf and help us celebrate Month of Photography!


Notes for Friends, Robert Adams

Along Buddha's River, Chuck Forsman

Walking Magpie, Chuck Forsman with introduction by Eric Paddock

Western Rider, Views from a Car Window, Chuck Forsman 

Collecting Words, Brian Fouhy

Head Trip: The 80's, Paula Gillen

Psychometry, Carol Golemboski

In Passing: A Book About Death, edited by Todd Herman

Kathmandu: Impressions of the City at Its Margins, Todd Herman

Studio 2013 & Studio 2014, Zine's by Conor King

Rabbit Rabbit 01: Transition, edited by Big Bad Bettie Press



Bad Girls, Archival Pigment Print, Paula Gillen (Signed)

Yellow Chair, Archival Pigment Print, Katie Harwood (Signed)

The Path, 2016, Digital Photograph, Edition 1 of 5, Kevin Hoth

The Great Curve, 2011, Digital Photograph, Edition 1 of 5, Kevin Hoth

No Quarter, 2012, Digital Photograph, Edition 1 of 5, Kevin Hoth

Black Bird, Archival Pigment Print, Edition 1 of 10, Emma Powell (Signed)

Untitled 1, Untitled 2, Untitled 3, Untitled 4, Collage with Encaustic, Leah Swenson (Framed)


Read reviews and learn more about each title or artist by clicking the links.




Our 2016 Winter Reading List!

Big Bad Bettie's Virtual Book Shelf

Recommendations from our artists & innovators!

Books help shape our world view.  For artists & innovators, books often help inspire new projects.  We asked the contributors of our first portable exhibition Rabbit Rabbit to share some of their favorite book discoveries (or re-discoveries) of 2016.  What they present is inspiring and speaks not only to 2016 as a year but also to a collective experience of being a recent graduate.   

We hope you'll curl up this winter with some good book recommendations from the next generation of great artists & innovators!  And if you want to have their work on your bookshelf, Rabbit Rabbit is available now at a special price!