Boo-Hooray is proud to present our seventeenth catalog, dedicated to Yoko Ono and Fluxus. Yoko Ono’s contributions to post-war avant-garde art movements such as Fluxus are invaluable, prescient, and often overlooked due to her later celebrity garnered from her marriage with John Lennon.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present a catalog dedicated to what makes an artists’ book, and what is not an artists’ book, or more simply, a catalog exploring the lives of rare books.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present our fifteenth catalog, comprising photography documenting filmmaking and partying at the first iteration of Andy Warhol’s Factory, along with posters and fliers from his films.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present our latest shortlist, gathering flyers and ephemera from Danceteria, the 1980s New York mega- club that strove to unite art and nightlife in the early years of the AIDS crisis and Reaganite mismanagement.
Check out the exhibition list for UNOBTAINIUM at the Turnbull Gallery! All of these mega-goodies are now on our website.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present Unobtainium, Vol. 2. This catalog gathers the more extraordinary items we’ve come across in the recent past. The catalog includes the first use of the Crass logo (item no. 7), the working archive for Madonna’s Sex book (item no. 1), the rare premier issue of the underground newspaper the East Village Other (item no. 21), the codpiece pants designed by former Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver (item no. 12), the banner Keith Haring made for his favorite sushi restaurant (item no. 67), and many more rare and unique ephemera.