Barbara Tetenbaum is a Professor and Head of the Book Arts Department at the Oregon College of Art and Design. Her primary artistic interest is the act of reading, and she uses the media of books, prints, installation, and animation to explore this subject matter. Barb’s honors include being Distinguished Chair at the Hartford Art School, a 2010 Sally Bishop Fellowship at the Center for the Book in New York, and a finalist for the 2013 Minnesota Center for the Book Arts Prize.  Barb holds a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin — Madison and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.


Books from Barbara Tetenbaum available from Boreas Fine Art:

Tetenbaum, Barbara.  Mining My Ántonia.  Portland and West Hartford:  Triangular Press and the Hartford Art School Print Workshop.  2012.

Tetenbaum, Barbara and Julie Chen.   Glimpse.  Portland and Berkeley:  Triangular Press and Flying Fish Press.  2011.

Tetenbaum, Barbara.  Emptiness is not Nothing. Die Leere ist Nicht Nichts.  Leipzig: Triangular Press.  2009.

Tetenbaum, Barbara.  A Powerfully Exciting Short Story.  Portland: Triangular Press.  2008.



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