Tag bookstore

Open call — düo bookshop

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In Septem­ber, 2013 the düo book­shop, a book­store devoted entirely to con­tem­por­ary pho­to­graphy, opens in Par­is. There­fore they ask you for sub­mis­sions of your pub­lic­a­tions to carry in their space…

Store — Batteri

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Bat­teri is a space for exhib­i­tions, talks, book launches and work­shops. And it is a dis­tro for (art)zines and a lib­rary at the same time. Bat­teri is based in Aar­hus, Den­mark and was foun­ded by Side­pro­jects in May 2013

Store — Good Press in Malmö

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From August 2nd to 24th, 2013, Good Press will take up res­id­ence at KRETS in Malmö, Sweden…

Event — Booklyn pop-up bookshop

From Decem­ber 8th to 9th, 2012 Book­lyn Artists Alli­ance presents Book­lyn Book­shop a week­end long pop-up shop and exhib­i­tion in Brook­lyn, New York…

Event — Panorama #10

From May 18th to June 24th 2012 the Abi­lene gal­lery based in Brus­sels lends its ven­ue to Theophile’s Papers. For this big pan­or­ama, a series of talks, launches, and little gigs will take place…

Event — Panorama #8

Dur­ing Pop­pos­i­tions, a new off-fair tak­ing place dur­ing Art Brus­sels, Théophile’s Papers pop-ups Pan­or­ama #8, a tem­por­ary book­shop. From April 20th to 22nd, 2012 you’re invited to drop by at Bruxelles Con­grès in Brus­sels…

Store — Panorama No 7

Théo­phile Papers is going to open the sev­enth edi­tion of his tem­por­ary book­shop from March 14th to 16th 2012. This time at two loc­a­tions, at the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts (ESBA) and 200×75 in Angers, France and in col­ab­or­a­tion with Valeri­an Goa­lec

Store — Tennis Club Bookshop

The Ten­nis Club Book­shop in Ams­ter­dam reopens this after­noon…

Store — Edition Patrick Frey Temporary Bookshop

Edi­tion Patrick Frey invites you to their Tem­por­ary Book­shop from Janu­ary 28th to Feb­ru­ary 4th 2012 at Abbt Pro­jects in Zurich…

Store — Perimeter Books

Peri­met­er Books is a beau­ti­ful book­store and art space based in Mel­bourne, Aus­tralia. It is dir­ec­ted by Dan Rule and Justine Ellis with col­lab­or­at­ive sup­port by Nadiah Abdulrahim…