Top Tags

Tag Gagarin

Event — How to Select? Part III

Prin­t­Room invites you to How to Select? Part III an even­ing with book present­a­tions, talks, screen­ings and drinks on March 16th 2012 in Rot­ter­dam…

Fair — PA/PER VIEW

PA/PER VIEW is an inde­pend­ent pub­lish­ing fair in Lon­don, organ­ised in asso­ci­ation with Mer.Paper Kun­sthalle. Now in its third year, this fair will present 27 inter­na­tion­al art book pub­lish­ers and is announced for Janu­ary 21st to 23rd, 2011 at the Zabludow­icz Col­lec­tion.

The Zabludow­icz Col­lec­tion has an act­ive pub­lish­ing arm and dynam­ic pro­gramme of free pub­lic events, ran­ging from talks and per­form­ances by artists and aca­dem­ics to com­munity-based fest­ivals and youth and adult edu­ca­tion.

PA/PER VIEW Lon­don will take place dur­ing the 3rd year of London’s pre-emin­ent annu­al exhib­i­tion of recent gradu­ates from Gold­smiths and Roy­al Col­lege of Art titled Test­ing Ground, in which there will also be per­form­ance events and talks sur­round­ing the exhib­i­tion space. Dur­ing the course of the fair we will be organ­ising a wel­come party (on Fri­day 6 to 9 pm), and a pan­el dis­cus­sion on the week­end with very esteemed speak­ers to be con­firmed.”
 — Mer.Paper

The par­ti­cipants are: 2nd Can­nons (US) · A Est­ante (PT) · A Pri­or Magazine (BE) · Archive Books (IT) · Bar­tleby & Co (BE) · Ditto Press (UK) · Gagar­in (BE) · Gottlund Ver­lag (US) · Hassla (US) · Je Suis Une Bande De Jeunes (FR/US) · Lub­ok Ver­lag (DE) · Mak­ing Do (UK) · Mark Pawson (UK) · MER.Paper Kun­sthalle (BE) · Morel Books (UK) · Nov­el (UK) · Occa­sion­al Papers (UK) · Ono­ma­topee (NL) · Post Edi­tions (NL) · Rid­ing­house (UK) · Spect­or Books (DE) · Super Labo (JP) · Water­fall Magazine (TW) · Zabludow­icz Col­lec­tion (UK) · Zavod P.a.r.a.s.i.t.e. (SI) · X Marks the Bök­ship (UK)

PA/PER VIEW LON­DON
Zabludow­icz Col­lec­tion Lon­don
176 Prince of Wales Road
Lon­don NW5 3PT

Janu­ary 22nd to 23rd 2011, from 12 to 6 pm
Wel­come party on Fri­day Janu­ary 21st at 6 pm

Interview — Salon Light #7

Yes­ter­day opened the Salon Light #7 at the Point Eph­émère in Par­is. In occa­sion of this event Char­lotte Cheetham ask some ques­tions to the pub­lish­ers and post these inter­views beside pic­tures of the event on her Manystuff blog.

At the moment you’ll find there the inter­views of West­phalie Ver­lag, Edi­tions B42, Kaugummi, GAGAR­IN, The Insti­tute of Social Hypo­crisy, Book Works, Dyn­asty Zine, Dent De Leone & Åbäke and the list will be updated dur­ing the week­end.

Event — From Art zines to Lifestyle Magazines

»Von der Künst­lerzeits­chrift bis zum Life­style-Magazin« (From Art zines to Life­style Magazines) is an exhib­i­tion of the »Archiv künst­lerische Büch­er« (Archive for artist books) in Munich.

There you’ll find over 165 issues of 50 zines from 2000 to 2010, for example by
032c · Himaa · after­art news · ander­grad jam · ART galer­ija nova · Box­horn · Char­ley · CUT — Leute machen Kleider · Der Kun­stab­wart · Die Luit­pold-Blät­ter · Dummy · Dyn­asty · Elk · Eso­pus · EXIT · Extra Mar­ket · Fab­rikzei­tung · foto.zine · Free world · GAGAR­IN · galer­ije nova news­pa­pers · Gaud­iblatt · Graph­ic · Hier & Jet­zt · Igitte · Kun­st­büro reill­plast · LTTR · McLoop Magazine · Nav­ig­at­or, ein feld­flug magazin · Pavil­lon 21 Mini Opera Space · Per­man­ent Food · Petunia · pointd­ironie · RAW Magazine · so viele · SPECT­OR cut+paste · spy · Süd­deutsche Zei­tung Magazin · super paper · Tem­por­ary Ser­vices · ter­rain vague · The Arturi · The Club Voice · Traffic News to go · Turbo Magazine · un sedices­imo · Vice · vie · View­ers Digest · zing­magazine and many more.

Archiv künst­lerische Büch­er
Türken­strasse 60
80799 Munich, Ger­many

Octo­ber 23th and Octo­ber 30th, 2010
11 am to 5 pm

Event — Salon Light #7

Salon Light #7 is an artists‹ pub­lic­a­tions fair cur­ated by Sylvie Boulanger (cneai =) and Alex­is Zavia­loff (Motto) this year. It is organ­ized by cneai = (Par­is-Chat­ou, France) since 2004 and a par­al­lel event of the FIAC Par­is (Foire Inter­na­tion­al d’Art Con­tem­po­rain).