The Nancy Book

The Nancy Book❮PDF / Epub❯ ✈ The Nancy Book ⚣ Author Joe Brainard – From to , Joe Brainard created more than artworks that appropriated the classic comic strip character Nancy and sent her into a variety of astonishing situations The Nancy Book is the first collecti Fromto , Joe Brainard created thanartworks that appropriated the classic comic strip character Nancy and sent her into a variety of astonishing situations The Nancy Book is the first collection of Brainard's Nancy texts, drawings, collages and paintings, with full page reproductions of thanworks, several of which have never been exhibited or published before.

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  • Hardcover
  • 144 pages
  • The Nancy Book
  • Joe Brainard
  • English
  • 10 April 2019
  • 9780979956201

10 thoughts on “The Nancy Book

  1. Laura says:

    If you’re not already madly in love with Nancy (and I think a ton of people are — I used to have a Nancy T-shirt and I couldn’t walk more than a couple blocks in NYC without someone stopping me to ask where I got it), you will be after looking at Joe Brainard’s The Nancy Book. I promise. I can’t remember the last time that a book cracked me up like this. (“If Nancy was a Ball” is perhaps the one that made me laugh most — it’s sort of inexplicably charming and weirdo-bizarro all at the same time.)

    One caveat: if you're upset at the thought of Nancy in engaging in, um, adult activities, you should probably give a miss to the middle section of the book.

  2. Tosh says:

    Joe Brainard is the wit of the wits in New York City mega-art/poetry culture circ. 1960's & 1970's. This late and great artist is a slice of joy in a world that is sometimes not enjoyable. Also Nancy was a comic strip from my era, so there is a pull there. Something I don't think about, but now revisiting via the eyes and art of Joe Brainard. Also a art history course of some imagination and again great wit.

  3. mwpm says:

    Read He Fancied Nancy to learn more about this remarkable (remarkably what?) text.


  4. Nancy says:

    A pretty book, and I heart Joe Brainard, enjoy his back-of-the-classroom art (somehow it comes off gentle and kind). But. (Butt) Nancy is so much more than Joe's fun with her -- this really needs to be called Joe's Nancy Book -- so there can be (is there already?) another that celebrates the whole of her weird fame. And includes Ernie in the fun. Can you believe that Mr. Bushmiller is hardly even mentioned here? Introduced as back story. Ouch.

  5. Christopher Bundy says:

    Rereading I REMEMBER led me to THE NANCY BOOK. I always thought Nancy was the weirdest comic strip character around. She even gave me the creeps when I was little (probably the hair). So, to see her here like this in so many subversive ways felt right.

  6. J. A. says:

    Nancy is charming. The art Brainard made with Nancy is charming. And the contributors' essays and bits of Brainard's own writing surrounding the images collected here are equally so. Glad I spent an afternoon reading / viewing it.

  7. Laura says:

    my favorite is kleenex nancy. it's so huh? also, the piece of brainard writing in the book is so droll, and sweet at the same time.

  8. Rupert says:

    Nancy, Sluggo and Joe. How could it possibly go wrong?

  9. Marcus says:

    so excited to read this . . . seen some of it . . . ahhh the Southbank Poetry library in London rocks!!!

  10. Kim says:

    Brainnard was more of a comics artist than fine artist, and so his works serve better when read as comics than fine art.

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