Libraries' Collections

  • Artists' Books (1)
    Digital samples of art works that explore the form or function of the book.
  • Art Collection (98)
    CCA's permanent art collection, including items from the Pinkerton Estate, the Wheelock Furniture Collection, and items on extended loan from the Tecoah Bruce Collection.
  • Capp Street Project Archive (128)
    The archive documents installations and temporary projects sponsored by the Capp Street Project since 1983.
  • CCA/C Archives (506)
    Photographs, texts and other materials from the CCA/C Archives that have been selected for digitization.
  • Faculty Research (21)
    Academic publications by CCA faculty and staff.
  • Hamaguchi Study Print Collection (795)
    Nearly 800 prints selected for their pedagogical value in the study of printmaking, design, and history.
  • Robert Sommer Mudflats Collection (37)
    Environmental Psychologist Robert Sommer's historic photographs of large-scale driftwood sculptures created in the Emeryville mudflats.

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El Molino Album

Creator(s): Streich, Arlene Risi
CCA/C subject: College activities
Person(s) depicted: Streich, Arlene, Streich, Martin H., 192...
Status: Live|Last updated:March 19, 2019 4:30 PM
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You've Got to Turn it Around exhibition documentation

You've Got to Turn it Around' is a two part installation featuring work by Danielle Genzel and Beryl Bevilacque. Both artists use glitch and error in their practice to explore personal or familial archive. In 'You've Got to Turn it Around' Bevilacque appropriates unintentional recordings which her mother captured while attempting to photograph a subject at the other end of her device. The artists writes "We cannot see what she attempted to record in the moving image, but we can see her emotional reactions to those events." Bevilacque continues, "This angle looks like a video chat, but in those cases, the cell phone user engages with another person. Our engagement here is single channel." Similarly in work titled 'Reduction' Genzel deconstructs her family archive through analogue and digital agents,'searching for action around the edges'. Genzel writes "Through the use of these digital tools I aim to both clarify and distort the read of a single image." Genzel continues," I see this as a moment of comparison…

Creator(s): Genzel, Danielle ; Bevilacque, Beryl ; Brod, Amelia
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:March 8, 2019 2:01 PM
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Time Covers All exhibition documentation

Time Covers All is a display of work by artist and photographer Georgina Reskala's. Reskala's practice deals with phantom limbs, memories that didnt occur and what it means to capture a fleeting moment through the lens of a camera.The artist writes "I recreate moments which I didn't experience. I am interested in the vague intensity of memories in relation to the elusive passage of time." This display includes artist books from California College of the Art's Arts Book Collection which speak to the Reskala's body of work. This selection includes Palimpsest by Ann Lovett and Riceboy Sleeps by Jon Thor Birgisson and Alex Somers. The display was curated in a collaboration between Georgina Reskala and Amelia Brod. It is on view at the Meyer and Simpson Library until February 17th

Creator(s): Reskala, Georgina ; Brod, Amelia
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:March 8, 2019 1:51 PM
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Land and Sea exhibition documentation

Our newest artists book acquisitions are from Land and Sae, a small press based in Oakland, CA, run by Maria Otero Aand Chris Duncan (CCA Alumnas). From the publisher: Land and Sea began during the final days of 2009 and have consistently been punlishing small editions of books and records by artists from the bay area and beyond. Under the same moniker, Chris and Maria organize gatherings that celebrate the artists the artists they work with as well as the communities they are apart of. Land and Sea are proud to have their editions in the collections of the SFMOMA, The Berkeley Art Museum, Standford Liubrary, and the NYMOMA.

Creator(s): Land and Sea ; Novillo, Hannah; Otero, Marie; Duncan, Chris
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:February 15, 2019 3:07 PM
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Olivia Poppy Coles exhibition documentation

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Creator(s): Coles, Poppy Olivia; Broad, Amelia
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:February 15, 2019 2:59 PM
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Kara Walker Artist Book exhibition documentation

Freedom, a Fable is an illustrated artist's book with text and pop-up silhouettes. At first glance it appears to be a nineteenth-century children's book, but it is decidedly not. It tells the story of a female slave whose life after emancipation veers far from her dreams of meritocracy, revealing that Freedom, a Fable is not just the title of the work but is also the lesson to be learned.

Creator(s): Walker, Kara; Berry, Angela
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:February 15, 2019 2:38 PM
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Maria Capron exhibition documentation

Creator(s): Capron, Guzman, A. Maria; Dowling, Teri
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:February 15, 2019 2:22 PM
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Everything Emoji exhibition documentation

The Simpson Library presents Moby Dick, or, The White Whale, a display in conjunction with EMOJICON, a conference put on by Emoji Learn to make connections with the global emoji community and discuss the contemporary usages and implications of this popular form of visual communication. Fred Benenson’s Emoji Dick was created in collaboration with over eight hundred Amazon Mechanical Turk workers. Benenson worked with one Amazon Mechanical Turk to translate an estimated 10,000 sentences from Herman Melville’s iconic American novel. Another set of workers voted to decide on the most popular versions of every sentence in Emoji Dick. In total this book took 3,795,980 seconds to complete. Each worker was paid per translation (five cents) and for their vote (two cents). This project was crowd- sourced by Benenson using Kickstarter in 2009. In conjunction with Emoji Dick, the library presents alternative versions of Moby Dick.

Creator(s): Conrad, Lisa; Berry, Angela
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:February 15, 2019 2:06 PM
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Little Red Riding Hood exhibition documentation

Little Red Riding Hood is a European fairy tale about an innocent little girl and the Big Bad Wolf. Among many versions of the story, which can be traced back to the 10th century, the Brother Grimm’s has been reproduced in many different forms. The brothers spent most of their lives in Kassel, Germany, the city which is recognized to be the capital city for the Brothers Grimm as well as the home of the art exhibition Documenta. For years, the brothers’ fairy tales have been a repeating theme in Documenta. Clémentine Soudais is a writer and illustrator for youth. Her works often involve illustrating fairy tales for children. And she is also an author of children’s books.

Creator(s): Sourdais, Clémentine; Novillo, Hannah
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:February 15, 2019 1:48 PM
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MARTINEZ HALL MURAL EXHIBITION exhibition documentation

From idea to process to completion: the latest exhibition in the storefront window of the Meyer Library, curated by Hannah Novillo Erickson, a graduate student in the Curatorial Practice program and the library’s new Assistant Curator for 2015/2016, follows the work of a team of six students at California College of the Arts as they created a new mural on the Martinez Hall mural wall this summer, which addresses the arts and cultural diversity at CCA. A section of the pounce pattern and other materials and inspirations used in the creation of the 2015 mural are on view. - - - Inside the library various pieces from CCA/C's archive encourage viewers to explore the rich history of the Martinez Mural Wall in an exhibit curated by Jennine Scarboro. CCAC’s first mural was created in 1971 and for the past 44 years a changing array of visions have graced the Martinez Hall mural wall. This exhibit tell the story of the history of the mural at CCA/C highlighting both the murals created and also how these works ref…

Creator(s): Erickson, Hannah Novillo; Scarboro, Jennine; Pineda, Eduardo; Espinoza, Laila; Krase, Jacqueline ; Mayorga, Steven James; Maguens, Martina; Perez, Angel; Realiza, Michaela
Status: Live|Last updated:February 6, 2019 9:54 AM
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