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    HUMOBOOKS is a Risograph print house based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Is a platform where contemporary Argentinian artists can connect with the publishing universe examining different formats, creating a new way to connect with the public.
  • Ministerio de Cultura de la República Argentina
    The Ministerio de Cultura de la República Argentina is in charge of cultural policies along the country, bringing access to culture for all society and reinforcing the work of Argentinean artists and cultural promoters. The Ministry will send original artist exemplars and limited books editions.


  • Bloom Publishing
    Bloom is an independent publishing house based in Melbourne, Australia.
  • Heavytime Books
    A publishing collaboration between Rob Cordiner, Ed Davis and Todd Jordan focusing on artist publications and exhibitions.
  • Perimeter Books
    Perimeter Books is a small bookstore, art space and platform for various art publishing endeavours in Melbourne, Australia. Perimeter stocks a curated selection of local and international small press, art, photography, architecture and design publications, and exhibits publishers and contemporary artists with an interest in the printed form. Perimeter launched its in-house publishing imprint Perimeter Editions in August 2012 and Perimeter Distribution in April 2013.


  • Art Paper Editions
    APE (Art Paper Editions) is an independent publishing platform. APE was founded in 2010 by Jurgen Maelfeyt and Caroline De Malsche and focusses on the book as an exhibition space. APE works with artists and institutions.
  • Frans Masereel Centre, Kasterlee
    Frans Masereel Centrum, established in 1972, is a place where artists, researchers and graphic designers reside, meet and experiment on print.
  • MER. Paper Kunsthalle
    MER. Paper Kunsthalle is an independent publishing house looking into the book medium as a place for exhibiting art. At the same time it functions as a platform with and for different initiatives that are concerned with publishing. MER. is an initiative of Studio Luc Derycke (www.studiolucderycke.be). MER. Paper Kunsthalle was established in 2006 in order to examine the possibilities and position of books as places to exhibit art. MER. Paper Kunsthalle’s main focus is to provide an alternative exhibiting space to artists by creating an institutional platform that publishes art books in a different fashion. MER. calls itself a Paper Kunsthalle, because it initiates, develops and supports art exhibiting within the medium book. MER. Paper Kunsthalle and Frans Masereel centrum will present an exhaustive overview of more than 300 publications and editions they produced. No object will be present.
  • Triangle Books
    Triangle Books is an independent publisher of artist books founded in 2013 and based in Brussels, Belgium. Our current books and limited editions include Harold Ancart, Aline Bouvy/John Gillis, Thomas Bayrle, David de Tscharner & Benoît Platéus, Jos De Gruyter & Harald Thys, Saâdane Afif, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet and Robert Heinecken.


    Feira Plana is an annual event that joins independent publishers from all parts of Brazil and Latin America every year in São Paulo. The curators and artists Bia and Carlos will show their own books and selected works.


  • 88Books / Ho Tam
    88Books is a Vancouver-based independent press specialized in artist’s publications. Established in 2012 by artist/publisher Ho Tam, we have so far produced close to fifty zines and books within our 4 lines of published work - 88Books, XXX, Poser and Hotam.
  • Alicia’s Klassic Kool Shoppe
    Alicia's Klassic Kool Shoppe is a Toronto based one woman operation consisting of collage, screenprinted wallpaper and installation, fine art prints, bookworks, posters and a growing collection of found oddities. She also works collaboratively with Eunice Luk, of Slow Editions.
  • Art Metropole
    Art Metropole is a not-for-profit organization based in Toronto, Canada, with a focus on the production, dissemination and contextualization of artist-initiated publication in any media, especially those formats and practices predisposed to sharing and circulation. Art Metropole was founded in 1974 by the artists' collective General Idea. It consists of a shop featuring the works of thousands of artists and hosting window exhibits and events, an archive, a collection housed by the National Gallery of Canada's Library and Archives, and a publishing house.
  • Artspeak
    Artspeak is a non-profit artist run centre established in 1986. Artspeak presents contemporary practices, innovative publications, bookworks, editions, talks and events that encourage a dialogue between visual art and writing.
  • B&D Press
    Award-winning B&D Press publishes art zines and literary zines on queer topics, such as the series The Life and Times of Butch Dykes.
  • Bad Day
    Bad Day is an arts and culture quarterly that focuses on direct dialogue with today's international artists. Disregarding boundaries between film, video, visual art, music, high & low, Bad Day showcases some of the commonalities we all share in our routines, perspectives and working practice.
  • Bywater Bros. Editions
    Bywater Bros. Editions has been publishing contemporary artworks in limited and unlimited editions since 2000. Based outside of Toronto, Bywater Bros. actively works in collaboration with established and emerging artists to create original artworks for all levels of the collecting community.
  • Colour Code
    Colour Code is an independent print studio and publishing platform based in Toronto, Canada. We specialize in high quality risograph printing, thermography and screenprinting to produce works on paper and fabric.
  • Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Established in 1971, the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver is a non-profit public art gallery dedicated to the exhibition, education and documentation of contemporary visual art. It aspires to generate significant audiences through the initiation and promotion of an innovative and diverse international program of exhibitions, publications, learning and outreach projects. We have a 30 year publishing history with renowned contemporary artists including: Christopher Williams, Steven Shearer, Geoffrey Farmer, Stan Douglas among others.
  • Crooked Fagazine
    Crooked Fagazine is an independent print magazine for shameless confessional storytelling, written by and for gaylords, bad lovers, floozies and tattle-talers.
  • Emily Carr University Press / Charles H. Scott Gallery
    The Charles H. Scott Gallery and Emily Carr University Press publishes artist's books, monographs, selected writing and music projects.
  • Fillip
    Fillip is a Vancouver-based publishing organization formed in 2004 to expand spaces for critical discussions on contemporary art. Through a magazine and publications programme, Fillip provides platforms for examining the relationship between art and society. Fillip will also be showcasing books by New Documents, a Vancouver and Los Angeles-based publishing organization.
  • Halifax INK
    Halifax INK is a consortium comprising the Anna Leonowens Gallery (NSCAD University), Centre for Art Tapes (CFAT), Dalhousie Art Gallery, Eyelevel Gallery, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Saint Mary's University Art Gallery. Based in Nova Scotia, Halifax INK publishes scholarly texts, exhibition catalogues and artists' books.
  • HEX Editions
    HEX Editions is an ongoing multiple book project by Toronto based artist Flavio Trevisan. There are currently 27 books, each with a distinct topic that contributes to the proposition of the entire set. The books contain drawings, found images and/or brief texts.
  • New Documents
    New Documents is a Vancouver and Los Angeles based art book publisher. New books include those by Jon Rafman, Seila Heti, Will Holder, and David Horvitz.
  • Perish Publishing
    A publishing venture based in Toronto, Canada with a focus on original works in book form and adventurous, quality printing. Publish or perish. Make books or die.
  • Phil Woollam
    Phil Woollam is an artist working out of Toronto. His work focuses on abstract drawing and small run publishing. Strange objects and whirling landscapes allow for extended viewing pleasure. Prints, books, and bags.
  • Presentation House Gallery
    Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver, is Canada's leading non-profit public gallery devoted to the exhibition of photography, film and video. Bywater Bros. Editions is an independent publisher producing artists books and editions. Together, they publish an ongoing series of artist-edited publications titled Lynn Valley. The series was launched in September 2006 with an inaugural issue designed by Richard Prince.
  • Publication Studio Hudson / Publication Studio Vancouver
    Publication Studio Hudson and Publication Studio Vancouver are part of an international network of Studios in cities around the world. We use a distinctive combination of on-demand and by-hand methods to create artists' books and editions; we also publish and print an impressive array of public-domain and ought-to-be-public-domain content.
  • Slow Editions
    Slow Editions is a Canadian independent publisher of artist books and multiples. Committed to producing and distributing compelling printed matter that serves as both art objects and publications by contemporary artists.
  • Sternthal Books
    Sternthal Books is an art group and book publishing company devoted to helping promote art through the exhibition and distribution of printed matter. We believe that spreading ideas through visual culture provides all people with the power to express ourselves, transform our surroundings, and make the world a better place. Through our books, journal, and online shop, our mission is both to help artists conceive, produce, and distribute publications to audiences around the world, as well as to initiate a series of our own politically oriented picture books where philosophical issues are broached with images.


  • Ediciones Daga
    Ediciones Daga is an independent publishing house based in Santiago de Chile since 2010.
    Popolet is an independent editorial based in Chile that seeks to promote books and objects that capture the new art scene of Santiago. This editorial project hopes to expand the traditional graphic language and thus set out to create new forms of diffusion that have an intimate relationship with the work of art itself.
  • Pupa Press
    Hola! Pupa Press is a small Spanish-Chilean publishing house based in Santiago de Chile. We edit, design and publish creativity-driven contents as well as distributing external independent publications. We have a firm commitment to quality content that can link different aspects of contemporary creators.


  • Jiazazhi Press
    Jiazazhi is an institute focused on photo art publishing, devoted to exploring the possibilities of photo presentation off the wall. Our practices include a blogzine, publishing projects, distributing projects, and a quarterly magazine.


  • Lodret Vandret
    Founded in Copenhagen 2010 by Johan Rosenmunthe and Flemming Ove Bech, Lodret Vandret is a bicephalous initiative showcasing new, lens based art. Vandret Publications is an independent imprint publishing editioned works, bestowing equal value to the exquisitely produced publications and things light and ephemeral.
  • Pork Salad Press
    Pork Salad Press feat. Scandinavian Institute - We bring you the books of tomorrow! New Releases by Basim Magdy, David Horvitz, David Shrigley, Dena Yago, Henriette Heise, Jakob S. Boeskov, Jakob Kolding, Tony Lewis, Trevor Shimizu, Keren Cytter … and much much more. Oink


  • Lugemik
    Lugemik is a small independent publishing initiative in Tallinn, Estonia, founded in 2010 by graphic designer Indrek Sirkel and artist Anu Vahtra. Lugemik publishes books and other printed matter, working closely together with artists, writers, designers, printers in every step of the publishing process. In 2013 Lugemik opened a bookshop on the premises on Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM).


  • CLASSIC Paris
    CLASSIC is a label covering book publishing, art curation and consulting. Since 2010, we have published art books and curated several exhibitions connecting the creative scene worldwide and bridging various environment such as art, design, music or fashion, one project after the other.
  • Études Books
    ÉTUDES books is an independent publisher focused on contemporary photography, based in Paris and New York City, founded in 2012. ÉTUDES books curates and publishes books, such as a photographer monograph collection entitled Blue books. ÉTUDES books evolved out of the publishing house JSBJ - Je Suis une Bande de Jeunes - created in 2007. ÉTUDES books is part of ÉTUDES studio which work as a collective in the fields of fashion, publishing and art.
    Lagon is a international comic anthology made in France. It is fully risoprinted and silkscreen printed, and fininshed hand made by Alexis Beauclair, Bettina Henni, Sammy Stein, and Séverine Bascouert. We will also show our personal works (mini-comics, drawings books, posters). Alexis Beauclair, Bettina Henni, Sammy Stein, Séverine Bascouert = LAGON
  • Le Gros Monsieur
    Le Gros Monsieur is an art collective that likes to give souvenirs. We are making zines and books with love, always.
  • onestar press
    onestar press—strictly unedited by the publisher—is dedicated to the production of books, movies, and multiples by artists.
  • Paraguay Press
    Paraguay Press is an independent publishing house, managed by the team behind castillo/corrales, a Paris-based, collectively-run art space. Each book developed by Paraguay Press deals carefully with the pragmatics of publishing, considering this process as the invention of a space, and an extension of artistic and critical thinking into an original, complex form.
  • RVB Books
    RVB BOOKS is both an independent publisher dedicated to designing unique fine arts books and a gallery featuring exhibitions on new editorial practices. Artists: Ruth Van Beek Vincent Bergerat Geoffroy de Boismenu Olivier Cablat Marina Gadonneix Erik Kessels Thomas Mailaender Òscar Monzòn Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine Stéphanie Solinas Jaap Scheeren & Harry Bloch
  • Three Star Books
    Three Star Books are artworks, handmade, highly finished, and luxuriously produced with materials that are globally sourced.


  • Broken Dimanche Press
    Broken Dimanche Press is a European press interested in all aspects of books within the wider discourses of contemporary art and literature. Founded in Berlin in 2009. We have a project space called Büro BDP where we put on exhibitions and a public program, including the Self-Publishing Archive.
  • Drittel Books
    Drittel Books is a Berlin-based, independent publisher of photography books. The name, German for 'one third', is inspired by our belief that no artwork can truly exist alone, and books need at least three elements: an artist, a publisher and a reader.
  • Gloria Glitzer
    OH NO — Artists who do books Gloria Glitzer develops, designs and prints artists’ books and understands independent publishing as an artistic practice. In her mind it’s about creating a piece of art – in a small edition – that expresses an idea, an attitude of the artist. Gloria Glitzer is operated by Franziska Brandt and Moritz Grünke and based at the Risograph printing studio we-make.it in Berlin.
  • Joachim Schmid
    Joachim Schmid is a Berlin based artist who has been working with found photographs since the early 1980s. He has published over one hundred artist's books. His work has been exhibited internationally and is included in numerous collections. In 2007 Photoworks and Steidl published a comprehensive monograph, Joachim Schmid Photoworks 1982–2007, on the occasion of his first retrospective exhibition. In 2012 Johan & Levi Editore published the book "Joachim Schmid e le fotografie degli altri (Joachim Schmid and Other People's Photographs)" on the occasion of an exhibition at Museo di fotografia contemporanea in Milan.
  • Michalis Pichler
    Conceptual bookworks located on both sides of the imaginary border between art and literature (with occasional political overtones). Published with Printed Matter, Inc (NY), Revolver (Frankfurt), cneai (Chatou), Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E (Ljubljana), Agra (Athens), Ed. Daviet-Thery (Paris), Lubok Verlag (Leipzig), “greatest hits” (Berlin) and others. Founder of www.missread.com, together with argobooks and KW Institute for Contemporary Art.
  • Motto Distribution
    Books, magazines, artists' publications and editions + Events and exhibitions
  • palefroi
    'Palfrey' referred to the most expensive types of riding horse during the Middle Ages, sometimes equalling the knight's destrier in price. It was popular with nobles for riding and ceremonial use. Its significant characteristic was a smooth, ambling gait. Silkscreened books and prints / Damien Tran & Marion Jdanoff / Berlin
  • PogoBooks
    PogoBooks is an independent publishing company focused on affordable limited edition art books, catalogues, editions and zines in small print runs. We believe in a future printed on paper, and conceive the printed artwork as a unique artform. PogoBooks is a platfom, an archive and collective for contemporary arts and photography. The Berlin-based publishing-house was founded by Claudio Pfeifer in 2010.
  • Sergej Vutuc
    Sergej Vutuc, black and white publications investigate the aesthetics and philosophies of everyday life within these DIY-cultures, often with photography altered through deliberate scratching and other interferences.
  • Spector Books
    Spector Books publishes books at the intersection of art, theory, and design. The Leipzig-based publishing house explores the possibilities offered by an active exchange between all parties involved in the book production process: artists, authors, book designers, and printers. The book as medium is turned into a stage, a site of encounter and productive exchange.
  • Stefan Marx
  • Sternberg Press
    Sternberg Press grew out of the small publishing house known as Lukas & Sternberg, founded in 1999 by Caroline Schneider. Dedicated to an expanded notion of writing on art, Sternberg Press has created a formidable platform in which practitioners from the fields of art and culture (architecture, design, film, politics, literature and philosophy) can engage in a critical discourse. Each book is a special object celebrating creative publishing at its best. Through both commissioned and translated works, Sternberg Press seeks out the blind spots within contemporary discourse and offers a timely response to the related debates.
  • Texte zur Kunst
    Since 1990 Texte zur Kunst has shaped the debate on modern and contemporary art. Alongside essays by internationally renowned writers, the quarterly magazine offers interviews, history, theory and politics. Since 2006 the comprehensive main section, each time devoted to a topic, as well as selected reviews are published in both German and English.
  • The Green Box
    The Green Box is an independent art book publisher based in Berlin and has published almost 100 titles in close collaboration with the artists: exceptional artists’ books as well as monographs on contemporary art. These books reflect the individual artwork, and explore the creative possibilities offered by the medium. We have recently expanded our programme by developing the first interactive artist E-books.
    UP! is a collaborating book-shop project, which is organized by students for students at the univ. of art and design Offenbach, Germany. We collect printed matter from everybody and we keep it in a small storage room at the university. If there is an occasion, we unpack the room and UP! comes to real life. It works as a non-profit market for printed matter, an action space or just a place to share ideas. Recently it has been a booth on different fairs, a temporary museum shop and – a road trip. With our mobile unit we have visited NYABF 2014 and had such nice experiences.


  • OMMU
    OMMU is a bookstore based in Athens, Greece. We stock a range of rare and historic publications, posters, and objects. OMMU Headquarters is located in a newly renovated space from the fifties in uptown Athens. A second bookshop is located at The Breeder gallery downtown.


  • REDFOXPRESS + Antic-Ham
    Francis Van Maele and Antic-Ham run Redfoxpress in Achill Island, Ireland since 2002. They make own artist’s books using all possible techniques: collage, photography, laserprinting, solvent transfer, monoprints, stencils, rubberstamping, drawing, frottages, found objects, ephemera.... They work intensively in collaboration : publishing artists' books and screen printed editions. In their silkscreen studio on the edge of the Atlantic he prints and publishes collaboration works with artists and authors in limited hand printed editions. Redfoxpress publish also a collection named "C'est mon dada" with works of visual poetry and Fluxus. Yearly they are attending art book fairs in Paris, London, Frankfurt, Seoul and New York and others in Germany and UK.


  • Artport Tel Aviv
    Artport is a non-profit art center and residency based in Tel Aviv, founded by the Ted Arison Family Foundation. Through a rich program including Artport's Art Book Fair, exhibitions, workshops and a visual arts residency for Israeli and international artists, Artport advances artists and the dialogue between art and society.


  • 0_100 Editions
    0_100 Editions is an independent publishing project dedicated to produce strictly limited edition photographic wordless stories. Working as a kind of platform, 0_100 Editions has developed from 2008, different kinds of projects for both established artists and simple amateurs in the field of the art book. The whole 0_100 Editions collection has been acquired by the MoMA Library.
  • BlisterZine
    blisterZine is an art project by NASTYNASTY©. It is a publishing project focused on art and photography, promoting artist's book in limited edition, hand numbered or totally handmade. It works also on commission for art galleries in Italy and abroad.
  • Bruno
    Bruno is a Venice-based publishing house and bookstore initiated in 2013 by Andrea Codolo and Giacomo Covacich. Concurrently with its activity as publisher, bruno works in editorial consulting, graphic design, art direction mostly for art and design projects. In addition, bruno functions as a space for book presentations and exhibitions.
  • Cesura Publish
    CESURA PUBLISH is a publishing house established in 2010 by Cesura, a group of independent photographers. Only limited edition books and fanzines of the work produced by internal group-members come out of here; by self producing its own projects, Cesura promotes itself through photography projects, clinging to key principles which it's based on: independence, autonomy and whole control of the productive process.
  • CURA.
    cura. is a curatorial platform that revolves around the production of a quarterly magazine (cura.magazine), a publishing house (cura.books) and a space (cura.basement), through which it investigates the contemporary artistic production and promotes the most up-to-date developments of the emerging practice, thanks to the collaboration with international artists and curators, the production of artists’ books, limited editions, in- and off-site exhibition projects and curatorial consulting.
  • Danilo Montanari Editore
    The publishing house Danilo Montanari of Ravenna has been involved in contemporary art, photography and architecture since 1980, bringing out more than 700 titles and collaborating with leading Italian and international artists from Mario Schifano to Sol Lewitt, from Jannis Kounellis to Joseph Kosuth and Giulio Paolini. It published Maurizio Cattelan’s first book in 1989, and the first significant monograph on Alighiero Boetti.
  • Edizioni Corraini
    Corraini Edizioni is a publishing workshop open to Italian and International artists, illustrators and designers: a sort of space where tailor-made books and projects see the light. Among them, Bruno Munari’s works stand out. The eclectic Italian artist and designer with whom Corraini set up a long lasting collaboration created a sort of workshop open to creativity and fantasy.
  • Kaleidoscope
    At the core of a platform that includes an exhibition space and an independent publishing house, KALEIDOSCOPE is an international quarterly of contemporary art and culture founded in 2009 in Milan. Distributed worldwide on a seasonal basis, it has gained widespread recognition as a trusted and timely guide to the present (but also to the past and possible futures) with an interdisciplinary and unconventional approach.
  • Mousse Publishing / MIDI
    Mousse is an independent publishing project. Established in 2006, Mousse magazine is a contemporary art journal. Mousse Publishing creates books, catalogues, zines, and digital projects in collaboration with artists, curators, writers, art institutions and initiatives.
  • RawRaw
    RAW RAW is a publishing house from Milan/Rome conceived by Massimiliano Bomba. RAW RAW is currently collaborating with The Art Markets, a unique space in Milan for exhibitions and book presentations, owned by Ingrid Melano. Their shared booth is a way to present the upcoming program of events scheduled at T.A.M. for the year 2015/2016.
  • Rorhof
    Rorhof is a studio producing books, exhibitions and workshops around photography. We are based in an old farm in the city of Bolzano Bozen in the north of Italy. Our books are produced and printed in collaboration with Longo AG.


  • Akio Nagasawa
    Akio Nagasawa is a Ginza Tokyo based gallery and publishing company. We have been introducing mainly photographers such as William Klein, Daido Moriyama, Eikoh Hosoe, Issei Suda, Toshio Shibata, and more. We have been receiving good feedback from various parts of the world about photobooks we have published.
  • Big Love
    BIG LOVE is a record shop in Tokyo, Japan.
  • Commune
    “commune” have since closed their gallery/shop in Tokyo in order to concentrate on publishing art zines from own label called “commune Press” and curating shows so as to stay true to their primary goal, introducing undiscovered and promising artists to as many people as possible all around the world.
  • edition.nord
    edition.nord is a publisher based in Niigata, Japan. At the fair, edition.nord will present a beautiful and massive special edition by Shinro Ohtake, “dOCUMENTA(13) Materials: 01-10.” The aluminum-box edition compiles the materials Ohtake collected or created for the Documenta 13. Some parts are handcrafted/dyed by the artist himself. Edition of 30.
  • Flying Books
    Used and rare bookstore having coffee bar & event space in Shibuya, Tokyo. Focus on Counter culture, photography, graphic design, art, fashion and magazines. Providing books (in Japan) to Bookmarc, Jack spade, Pilgrim Surf, Conran Shop, Freemans sporting club and more.
  • Gallery 360°
    Since it opened in 1982, then moving to the present location in 1993, Gallery 360 Degrees has been dealing with Contemporary Art. Gallery 360° has two functions, one is to introduce activities of gallery artists. The other is to produce editions such as multiples, books and posters of Contemporary Artists, Yoko Ono, Lawrence Weiner, Franz Fehard Walther, Suzy Amakane and Takashi Homma et al. A small space in the corner of the gallery is used as a shop for clients to purchase domestic and imported editions.
  • Komiyama Tokyo
    Since 1939, Komiyama Tokyo has succeeded to its tradition of selling varieties of vintage books and artworks in the town of Jimbocho, central Tokyo. Our store has focused particularly on vintage books of photography, Tokyo subculture, contemporary and urban art, as well as wide array of rare photo prints.
    PEPPER’S PROJECT has continued the YOUNG ARTISTS’ BOOKS PROJECT since 2006. One of the programs is the JAPANESE YOUNG ARTISTS’ BOOKS FAIR. The JAPANESE YOUNG ARTISTS' BOOKS FAIR is held every March and linked to 3 to 4 bookstores, including Printed Matter, since 2007 - nine times in NY. We have also participated in NY ART BOOK FAIR (2012 / 2013) as Pepper’s Gallery and in 2014 as PEPPER’S PROJECT. Most of our books are handmade works of Japanese young artists.
  • Prelibri
    We publish books and products around printing independently, based in Tokyo.
  • Romantic Press
    Romantic Press is an independent publishing project based between Japan and Australia focusing on artist books and other items. Its aim is to produce material of appropriate quality for its purpose; ranging from widely disrupted to unique objects. Founded in 2014 until the future.
    Based in Kamakura where the ancient capital of Japan,SUPER LABO is an Independent publishing house working closely with photographers and focused on making well designed and produced contemporary photography books.
  • T&M Projects
    Tokyo-based publishing house and distributor specializing in photography, established by Tomoki Matsumoto in 2014. We launched HK Photobook Fair, the first photobook fair in Hong Kong in March 2015, with ZenFotoGallery, and the next edition is coming in March 2016.
  • Tiny Person
    Tiny Person’s focus is on the genre of Japanese culture and women, and also art, food and life style from both inside and outside Japan. We publish SCHOOL, a magazine about Japanese women.
    X MAGAZINE is a charity magazine that is issued by NPO, ”MADE IN FUKUSHIMA,” in order to support the arts and culture in Fukushima, all profits will be donated. EINSTEIN STUDIO is an organization that has been discovering and training young japanese photographers.


  • Fundación Alumnos47
    Fundación Alumnos47 is a non-profit association, based in Mexico City that encourages dialogue through reflection and debate around contemporary art practices. Through educational and artistic programs and social projects, promotes equal access to knowledge as well as plural and inclusive approach to these practices. Fundación Alumnos47 seeks to link diverse people through three different programs: Library Collection, Curatorial Program and Liaisons Program. Library Collection. Through this program, Fundación Alumnos47 offers researchers, artists and interested public collections specialized in contemporary art. The collection focuses on contemporary art with an emphasis on artists' books, opening a space for the exhibition of Mexican and international contemporary art. Fundación Alumnos47 library is conceived as a dynamic and active entity. It presents a program that focuses on gatherings, courses and workshops related to contemporary art, as well as the services of consulting books and other materials. The library, as a space for research and community partnership, tries to meet theoretical, professional and educational needs.The library is also responsible for the publications that are based on the work of the foundation and their collaboration with other institutions that share Fundación Alumnos47's interests.The editorial plan includes research around mobile devices related to art and Conversaciones en México (Conversations in México) by Hans Ulrich Obrist.


  • 4478ZINE
    4478zine publishes and promotes all printed matter by Erik van der Weijde. Publications range from zines to books and also include collaborations with other artists and publishers.
  • Elisabeth Tonnard
    Elisabeth Tonnard publishes artist's books in which texts and images extracted from the cultural archive are processed and laid out to exhibit their latent messages. The works range in scale and method from a book that is completely invisible, to a book containing a short story that swallowed a novel, to a book that is a portable swimming pool.
  • Foam Magazine
    Foam Magazine is an international photography magazine published three times a year around a specific theme. Each 288-page issue contains multiple portfolios printed on carefully considered different kinds of paper, high-grade graphic design, interviews and opinions by experts in the field of photography and surprising, idiosyncratic editorial choices.
  • Fw: Books
    Fw:Books is an independent organization and fluid, growing network between photographers, writers and curators. Founded in 2008 by Hans Gremmen, Fw: has its focus on photography. Photography in itself has no fixed medium, we see the choice to make a books, as a choice to make a new work.
  • Girls Like Us
    GIRLS LIKE US is a bi-annual independent journal turning the spotlight on international expanding community of women from all breeds and gender within arts, culture and activism. Through personal stories, essays and vanguard visuals GIRLS LIKE US unfolds feminist legacies in a playful radical way. Mixing politics with pleasure, the magazine is mapping new routes towards a post-gender future.
  • Hundöra Press
    Hundöra Press is a small publisher based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. We make things with our friends (and our dear TR1510) and we send them around the world.
  • Idea Books
    Founded in 1976, Idea Books is a specialist wholesaler and distributor of books, exhibition catalogues, and DVDs on contemporary architecture, art, photography, design, fashion, and film. Our scope is international. We act as agents for publishers and institutions from many countries, and offer their books throughout the world.
  • Knust / Extrapool
    Established by artists for artists in the 1980s, Knust is Extrapool's famous, infamous graphic workshop specializing in stencil (“mimeograph”) print. Located in Nijmegen, Netherlands, Knust is an essential part of the multi-omniverse of the Extrapool art space, creating an accessible printing and bookmaking workshop where many niches meet, greet, clash & mix.
  • Onomatopee
    Onomatopee is a presentation-space based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Their projects, consisting of exhibitions and publications, infect the guts of intellect and the intellect of our guts; Onomatopee mediates between experts in work and devotes to expertise of life. In this, they bring together various backgrounds and disciplines.
  • Roma Publications
    Independent art publisher, founded in 1998 by artist Mark Manders and graphic designer Roger Willems used as a platform to produce publications in close collaboration with a growing number of artists, institutions, writers and designers.
  • Valiz
    Valiz is an independent international publisher on contemporary art, theory, critique, design, typography and urban affairs. Our books offer critical reflection, interdisciplinary inspiration, and establish a connection between cultural disciplines and socio-economic questions. We publish these books out of our commitment to their content, to social issues and to the artists, designers and authors. Our programme consists of two components: - Theory and texts on art and culture - Books that are conceived and elaborated in close collaboration with artists, designers and art institutes Apart from publishing Valiz organizes cultural projects in which certain topics in contemporary art are investigated.
  • Werkplaats Typografie
    ΄Format΄ denotes a whole range of decisions that affect the look, feel, experience, and workings of a medium. It also names a set of rules according to which a technology can operate. [...] Format Theory invites us to ask after the changing formations of media, the contexts of their reception, the conjunctures that shaped their sensual characteristics, and the institutional politics in which they are enmeshed. [...] Because these kinds of codes aren’t publicly discussed or even apparent to end-users, they often take on a sheen of ontology when they are more precisely the product of contingency. – Excerpts, Jonathan Sterne, MP3: The meaning of a format, Duke University Press, Durham, 2012, pp 1-31. This year the Werkplaats Typografie's contribution to the New York Art Book Fair begins with the display of an object that is an integral part of the offset printing process. This object is rarely seen by the public (and even the designer) because it doesn't need to be. It is an in-between object that hosts an uncompleted image – usually a recording from a digital file – towards its final destination as printed matter. This object is a Computer To Plate [CTP] printing plate. Each student of the Werkplaats Typografie will display a CTP plate produced by Drukkerij Raddraaier, a printing shop set up during the Amsterdam squatters movement in the late 70s. During the fair the students will explore and make use of the surroundings and resources of New York City to 'print' or 'realise' the content of their plate. The idea of working with the CTP plate and the formats that inform its production are inspired by Jonathan Sterne's idea of 'Format Theory'. Here, the printing plate becomes an object of many of these considerations. Considerations that, at one time or another, have had bearing on many other objects or publications in this book fair itself. Not to mention the designing process in general. The CTP plate being 'in-between' the start and the finish of a standardised production process might also be compared to being in-between study and practice; a situation that is intentionally conflated at the Werkplaats Typografie.
  • Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art
    As with our approach to exhibition making, Witte de With sustains a curatorial position devoted to the production of publications. These become archives of the activity of writers, artists, curators, and designers alike. Witte de With’s publications range from catalogues to artists’ books, editions, readers, and the online platform WdW Revie

    New Zealand

  • Le Roy
    Published bi-annually by DDMMYY, LE ROY is a magazine set up to explore the theme of ‘subjectivity and self design’ and returns to age old questions about selfhood, encouraged by the visible symptoms of a new kind of ontological anxiety triggered by our globalised and increasingly digitised lifestyles.


  • Fukt Magazine
    Fukt, founded in 1999, is dedicated to drawing, inviting the most interesting and adventurous international artists and writers to publish their images and views on contemporary drawing practice. Fukt is in constant transformation with issues in different sizes and layouts.
  • Torpedo Bookshop / Torpedo Press
    Torpedo is a non-profit (project-based) organization devoted to the promotion and production of artists' books, art theory and critical readers in contemporary art. Torpedo is both a publisher and a bookstore, and occasionally a venue for exhibitions and concerts related to book launches and the process of publishing, or discursive activities like panel discussions and debates. Torpedo has two venues in Oslo, one at Kunsthall Oslo and one at Kunstnernes Hus.
  • Trollkrem
    Trollkrem is an artist duo that was started by Tor Erik Bøe and Jennie Bringaker to create a platform for testing the limits of performance art. Working within a variety of artistic expressions such as theater, sculpture, photography and design, Trollkrem wants to emphasis on collaboration, process and network as important ingredients in their projects.


  • Office of Culture and Design (OCD), The
    Since 2010, The Office of Culture and Design (OCD) has functioned as a platform for artists, designers, writers and projects that investigate solutions for (primarily) developing world issues via The Philippines. In 2013, we opened Hardworking, Goodlooking, a publishing arm and design studio, to consolidate the results of our experiments—and the experiments of others—in print and other formats. The OCD wants to use contemporary art and design as tools for progress. To us, design and art are not luxuries. They are useful necessities, powerful tools for effecting the paradigm shifts that lead to real change.


  • Pierre von Kleist Editions
    Pierre von Kleist Editions is an artist run publisher specialzed in photo books. We are committed to the production of new, innovative photo books and we believe the photo book to be a medium capable of expressing complex, abstract, contemporary issues and to reach a wide audience.


  • Knuckles & Notch
    Knuckles & Notch is an independent publishing and Risograph print studio based in Singapore. As creatives, we hope to explore the possibilities of print and colour through publishing our own zines, working with artists who are attempting to achieve effects that lie beyond conventional printing processes, and collaborating with people who are willing to engage, explore and push the envelope when it comes to contemporary small scale publishing.


  • Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E.
    Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. is independant non-profit cultural producer and publisher, operating for the past 17 years in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In 2004 we launch a new program focused on artist books and editions and recently collaborate with known local and international artist and artist groups as: Sanja Iveković, OHO Group, Mladen Stilinović, Temporary Services, Jasper Fabricious, Dan Perjovschi, Jenny Perlin, Tadej Pogačar, Dejan Habicht, Rone84 and many more. Artist book program is focused on education, presentation and new production of artist books and artist editions.

    South Korea

  • Datz Press
    Datz Press is publisher of artist books specialized in photography. We run Datz Museum of Art and Magazine Gitz. Datz Press is based in Seoul, South Korea.


  • Libraryman
    Libraryman, established in 2008 by creative director Tony Cederteg, produces and publishes contemporary photo books and is based in Stockholm, Sweden. Working with a varied group of photographers and artists from around the world, Libraryman selects its collaborators with interest and sincerity and believes in establishing a relationship with everyone involved in a project’s process.


  • Boabooks
    Boabooks are high end, high quality, industrial and/or hand produced formats, which present a unique research process into the book form. They are created in collaboration with artists who are actively concerned with the renewal of contemporary bookworks, consistently taking a critical and experimental approach.
  • Edition Fink
    edition fink is an independent publishing house for contemporary art, founded in 1994 and based in Zürich, concentrating on producing artists’ books and art catalogues. What distinguishes edition fink is its close collaborations with the artists on the design and production of the publications.
  • Edition Patrick Frey
    Since 1986, Edition Patrick Frey has published more than 140 books. Collaborating closely with mainly Swiss but also international artists, the publishing house focuses on unique projects and produces books in small print runs.The purpose of Edition Patrick Frey is to provide particularly young artists an opportunity and a platform with a first publication, but the edition has also been engaged in long-term collaborations with various artists such as Walter Pfeiffer, Fischli & Weiss, Anne-Lise Coste and Karen Kilimnik. With an output of up to 15 books per year, Edition Patrick Frey focuses mainly on photography, art, and everyday and popular culture.
  • Edizioni Periferia
    Edizioni Periferia place this year a special emphasis on the musical work of Dieter Roth with seven publications unveiling an as yet undiscovered side of his work. This currently available scientific update on this topic represents a substantial step forward in the study of Dieter Roth’s total artwork.
  • Kodoji Press
    Kodoji Press is an independent art publishing project, founded in 2007 by designer Winfried Heininger. In close collaboration with a growing number of artists, writers, designers and institutions, Kodoji Press’ main objective is to offer non-commercial projects a communicative platform.
  • Nieves
    Nieves is an independent publishing house based in Zurich, Switzerland. Founded in 2001, Nieves’ focus is on publishing Artists’ Books and Zines.
  • Pro Helvetia
    The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia is a foundation under public law, entirely funded by the federal government. It fulfills a subsidiary role, complementing the cultural promotion activities of the cantons and municipalities. Pro Helvetia is responsible for projects of nationwide significance. Pro Helvetia is mandated by the Swiss Confederation to promote artistic creation in Switzerland, contribute to cultural exchange at home, promote the dissemination of Swiss culture abroad and foster cultural outreach.
  • Rollo Press
    Rollo Press is a Zurich-based publishing house that was established by Urs Lehni in early 2008 and has published roughly 40 artists' books, editions and childrens' book ever since.
  • Spheres Publication
    SPHERES is the creative documentation of a close collaboration between an artist and the editor, graphic designer Philippe Karrer. Each issue is dedicated to a young artist, exploring character, surroundings, everyday life, inspirations and ideas, using unconventional and innovative formats to create a visual approach and an understanding of the artist and his or her work. The focus lies on what is important to the artist at the time of the collaboration, hereby capturing a certain essence of the artist's work at that very moment. How the artist chooses to present things in the publication gives the reader an idea of his or her whole artistic sphere.
    In June 2014 we founded a new publishing company with the name THE NAME BOOKS. We invent, develop, create, produce and distribute radical art books & architecture books of highest quality in content and form – sophisticated art books in splendid beauty. Through a vibrant programme of books, collector’s editions, catalogues, book launches, exhibitions, events, talks and debates, THE NAME BOOKS challenges ­perceived notions and stimulates debate, experimentation, creativity and exchange with artists, contributors, collectors, readers and visitors.


  • nos:books
    nos:books is a small press publisher from Taipei. Since 2008, we publish limited editions of artists from Taiwan and overseas. Each book we discuss with the artist to find the best book form that can best represent their work.
  • Waterfall
    Waterfall, an independent publishing/design studio based in Taipei, Taiwan. We started up with the thematic journal "Waterfall" a few years ago, and we've dedicated to art and photography books since. In last November, we've launched a whole new qauterly magazine called NOT TODAY, a new art magazine in a very different point of view – it’s all about space perception. With a mixture of creative talents, lifestyle misc and contemporary arts, we make new things out of it globally and locally. We want to talk about all kinds of concepts about spaces that exist in our daily life and conceptual mind. By talking about it, we elaborate how art plays in-between.

    United Kingdom

  • 20th Century Art Archives
    20th Century Art Archives: Specialist dealers in archives, rare and elusive books, documents and reference works on 20th Century Art and Photography.
  • Afterall
    Afterall is a research and publishing organization based at Central Saint Martins, London. Afterall journal focuses on contemporary art and its relation to wider artistic, theoretical and social context, and is published alongside Afterall Books One Work and Exhibition Histories series. Afterall also regularly publish reviews, contextual essays and interviews on their website.
  • Antenne Books
    Antenne Books is a distributor of independent art publishers. Established in London in 2010, Antenne Books distributes publications on art, photography, design, illustration, theory and writing to selected book shops throughout Europe.
  • Archive of Modern Conflict
    Archive of Modern Conflict is an archive/publisher from London. We publish photography books and organise exhibitions from our own collection. Our journal Amc2 is in its 12th issue. Our books include Nein, Onkel, More Cooking with Cooners, LDN, Silvermine and The Holy Bible.
  • Bemojake
    Bemojake publishes limited edition photography books by young and emerging artists. Our books are the result of an close collaboration between artist, designer and editor.
  • Bronze Age Editions
    Bronze Age Editions began as an international publishing platform in 2011, with the aim of realising exciting new projects from a younger generation of artists through means of collaboration.
  • Browns Editions
    Founded in 2005 by the British artist Jonathan Ellery, Browns Editions is a London based independent publisher specialising in photography, art and conceptual art books. In today’s world, as the pleasures of print are becoming harder to come by, Browns Editions offers a precious enclave of resistance.
  • Catalogue Library
    Catalogue Library is an independent publishing platform created by graphic design studio Catalogue in 2011. The project embodies the idea that zines should be a quick representation of an idea or subject. This ethos is carried through to the production of our publications, using basic, good quality materials. Catalogue Library publishes bi-annual graphic design magazine Library Paper.
  • Ditto Press
    Ditto Press is an independent publishing house and printing company based in London, specialising in the arts and creative print.Our publishing schedule covers artists' books and literary work.
  • frieze
    frieze magazine was started in 1991 and is the leading magazine of contemporary art and culture. frieze is published eight times a year and includes essays, reviews and columns by today's most forward thinking writers, artists and curators.
  • Hato Press
    Hato Books is an independent publishing house formed from the wider Hato family: Hato Press, Studio Hato and Hato Labo. We work with illustrators and artists to create books that are visually captivating, creatively designed and imaginatively told. All Hato publications fall in line with the values that are at the heart of what we do; inspiring and educating through play. Whether it’s experimenting with illustrators to create a showcase of their work, creating cookbooks with a twist, or developing children’s stories that fuel creativity, Hato Books aims to challenge and inspire with every publication.
  • Jason Evans and
    The British photographer Jason Evans presents a selection of new zines and related cultural artefacts, most made especially for the fair by friends and collaborators from his time in the music, education and fashion worlds.
  • MACK
    Books with artists, writers and curators.
  • Maggs Bros Ltd.
    Maggs Bros Ltd. was established in 1853, it is one of the world's largest antiquarian booksellers. Maggs Counterculture is a section within the company that specialises in Sixties psychedelia, the twentieth century avant-gardes, Situationism, the occult, punk, erotica, Beat Literature, protest, agitprop, urban guerrilla movements, revolution, The Spanish Civil War, civil Rights, gay stuff et al.
  • Michael Wynne
    Michael Wynne is the author and maker of books and cards. His works include LOOK DICK LOOK and IT SEEMED WHEN WE MET THAT WE WERE LOOKING FOR THE SAME THING. He lives in London.
  • Mörel Books
    Mörel Books is a London-based independent publisher specializing in affordable limited edition art books and zines. Working with established artists alongside new and upcoming talents, our books are made in close collaboration with the artist, reducing the distance between the artist’s vision and that of the viewer. Many of our books can be purchased with limited edition prints.
  • ottoGraphic
    Otto is a Book artist working from his print workshop near Bath, UK. With his background as Illustrator, Otto creates visual narratives that are integrated into a matching book format. He often works with Poets to provide text. In order to maintain consistency throughout the process from art to finished product, all design, screen printing and binding is done at the workshop. The finished products are unusual but reasonably priced, quality book objects.
  • Ridinghouse
    Ridinghouse is dedicated to publishing the best of art writing and criticism, revisiting art history and exploring individual artists and specific projects. Founded in 1995, this London-based press focuses on producing high-quality, beautifully designed, engaging and informative art publications.
  • Sims Reed
    Rare book dealer specializing in major illustrated books of the twentieth century, livres d'artistes, and contemporary books, editions and prints.
  • SPBH Editions
    SPBH Editions is a photography publisher based in London that challenges the traditional boundaries of bookmaking to realize exceptional artist projects in the form of limited edition publications. SPBH Editions in an offspring of the curatorial project Self Publish, Be Happy, and from that community and experience comes its idea of the book as an artwork.
  • Trolley Books
    Trolley Books is an independent publishing house in the UK. We publish books of a diverse range of subjects, told through photography, photojournalism, contemporary art and fiction.
  • Wet Satin Press
    Wet Satin Press is a new publishing house created by Reba Maybury. Three new projects will be presented, including a set of interviews with surreal fetishists, an illustrated book created by a slave in dedication to his online Mistress and another of Facebook statues made by the C.E.O of a global chain of strip clubs.
  • Wild Life Press
    Wild Life Press is an independent publisher specializing in limited edition books, printed matter & audio releases made in close collaboration with the artist or subject.

United States


  • 6 Decades Books
    6 Decades Books deals in rare artists' books and related material from 1960 to present.
  • Applesauce Industries
    Applesauce Ind. Is a diverse group of artists hailing from southern California with an intense love for the arts. Pulling inspiration from Southern California’s diverse sub cultures, they aim to attract people from varied backgrounds and expose them to something new and interesting .The multidiscipline collective is constantly producing new and original work in photography, screen printing, watercolor, illustration, zines and are always on the hunt for new creative outlets, for there is no limit to what they can make.
  • Basement
    Basement is a collection of artists based in San Francisco that produce books, zines, t-shirts, prints, and paintings. We are also accidental amateur pornographers.
  • Bill Daniel
    Tramp filmmaker/photographer Bill Daniel (Bozo Texino, Mostly True) is launching a new photobook, TRI-X-NOISE, 35 years of punk and post-punk hijinks.
  • billy ocallaghan
    artist/publisher of cascading accordions (magical folded objects that users play/animate) and other zines investigating our present moment (birds of america redacted, the gods sure are queer, owed to plants). NYABF will see new cascading accordions (one collaborative work features an embossed lunar transit by nif hodgson) and new pocket editions.
  • Cherry and Martin
  • Colpa
    Colpa is a a publishing and design company based in San Francisco, California that specializes hand-made art books and limited edition prints.
  • Dale Wittig
    Dale Wittig has made countless artist books under his own and various fictitious names for more than twenty five years. His work concerns itself primarily with an investigation of the role of sexual and political identification in everyday life and within the illusory spectacular culture that one is subjected to.
  • Deadbeat Club
    Deadbeat Club is an independent publishing group dedicated to the production of small run & limited edition publications rooted in contemporary photography.
  • DoPe Press
    DoPe Press is an independent publishing house that was created with the magazine PARIS, LA in 2008, and that since has grown to include the publication of books and artist’s editions. With a background in fashion and a close connexion with artists, we support strong personalities which exert a subtle influence in today’s culture.
  • Drippy Bone Books
    Drippy Bone Books is a micro-publisher out of Los Angeles, CA with a focus on Underground Comix and art zines, publishing works by Mark Mulroney, Victor Cayro, Pat Aulisio, Josh Bayer, Austin English, Aleksandra Waliszeska, Timmy Lampinen, Derek M Ballard, Box Brown and many other freak artists over the years, including the comix of Director of DBB's Keenan Marshall Keller. DBB's will have several new titles available at NYABF including the long awaited FORCE MAJEURE #2!!! Plus, along with the entire DBB's catalog, the table with also feature Image Comics, THE HUMANS, which is written and co-created by KMK and drawn by Tom Neely of Henry & Glenn Forver fame!! So come by or table!! We OOZE for ART!
  • East of Borneo
    East of Borneo is an online magazine of contemporary art, and its history, as considered from Los Angeles. East of Borneo Books sees the extension of our mission into print.
  • Emma Kohlmann / COME TEES
    Emma Kohlmann and COME TEES strike again at the NYABF. Emma Kohlmann self-publisher of zines, water colors and illustrations. COME TEES (Sonya Sombreuil Cohen) maker of small-batch editions of conceptual and tributary jeans and t-shirts. These collaborators bring you new work, in addition to assembling their community at large paying homage and gratitude to their idols and friends.
  • FIST
    FIST is an advocate for positive social and cultural, individual and group empowerment. Way Wza’s work promotes the intersection of humanities, technology and culture into embodied art practices such as sculpture, dance, painting, photography, book design and publishing on all scales for conscious living.
  • Hamburger Eyes
    Hamburger Eyes began as a small xeroxed zine, turned into a magazine, and has now evolved into a publisher. With a headquarters fully equipped for producing zines, magazines, and books, they are able to produce seemingly hundreds of titles a year. Inspired by the traditions started by National Geographic and Life magazine, they hope to revitalize the sensation of photography as a craft as well as a tool to record and document.
  • Hesse Press
    A Los Angeles-based publishing house founded by artists Clare Kelly and John Wiese, Hesse Press focuses on making LA’s rich art scene accessible through a series of artist monographs published each fall and spring season. Hesse Press grew out of conversations between Kelly and Wiese about the need for tangible financial and logistical support for artists in Los Angeles. The Press achieves its goal by providing partners with front-end financial support through a micro-granting system, as well as strategic and creative support for the design and publication of art books. Hesse Press is proud to announce the next installment of its series of monographs featuring contemporary Los Angeles artists, with the fall 2015 release of Sarah Rara’s Earth Breakup and Kate Hall’s I Did But I Don’t Anymore.
  • Ice Plant, The
    The Ice Plant is a publisher of fine, illustrated books and other printed matter. We collaborate closely with artists on all aspects of the book-making process, from concept, to design, to tangible object. Specializing in small print run artists’ books, we also produce the popular 5 Year Diary (in conjunction with Shopsin’s General Store).
  • Johanna Drucker / Brad Freeman / Journal of Artists’ Books
    Johanna Drucker and Brad Freeman will be exhibiting materials related to their individual work as book artists as well as to the Journal of Artists' Books, a critical journal with 20+ years of contributions to the field.
  • Journal of Aesthetics and Protest
    Aesthetics & Protest is a common knowledge form of how we might work as if institutions did not bend intellectual and creative labor towards capital, but rather towards a livable life itself. We work collectively to think and act change.
    LAND AND SEA is a small press from Oakland, California which focuses on limited run artist monographs and experimental sounds releases on vinyl. We have two titles which will be debuted at the fair: Some Of Us Did Not Die by Tammy Rae Carland, and Sharon by Joseph Hart. As well, we will have editions by Alicia McCarthy, Paul Clipson, Zachary James Watkins and Chris Duncan.
  • Modern Women / Nicole Killian
    Modern Women is a design, art, and multiples project by Sarah Faith Gottesdiener, who currently lives LA. She creates books, zines, prints, paintings, wearables, and collaborations that are feminist and queer in nature. Visit modernwomenprojects.com, visualmagic.info, or sarahgottesdiener.com to see more.
  • NYAQ / SFAQ / SFAQ[Projects]
    SFAQ[Projects] is pleased to release a series of new limited edition artist projects at the Printed Matter NY Art Book Fair including: Sandy Kim (Zine and special edition print), Jocko Weyland (Zine), and Petra Collins and Adam Parker Smith both releasing apparel collaborations with SFAQ[Projects] + The Good Company. Also on view will be highlights of past SFAQ[Projects] in various forms including some surprises and signings. During fair we will also be celebrating the launch of NYAQ, our new free magazine focused on New York art and culture, past and present.
  • Ooga Booga
    Ooga Booga is a shop in Los Angeles specializing in independently-produced artist books, music, design, artwork, and clothing. Since 2004 we have hosted many events, launches, concerts, and projects in our space such as the Reading Room at the Swiss Institute NYC, Nieves library exhibition, and Secondary Market with Art Since the Summer of '69. In 2009 we also created an online database of art book printers as a free resource to independent publishers, which can be accessed at: print-resources.tumblr.com.
  • Rand Paul
    Rand Paul is Rand Renfrow and Paul Windle, two artists that make zines, art books and prints, among other things.
    ROCK BOTTOM is an endeavor to create thoughtful artist multiples. RB seeks to create unique publications revolving around altered perceptions of place&space. Our projects showcase the variety of ways a place can be interpreted, from the painter’s studio to the small Northern town. Printed primarily using the xerox machine, our publications acknowledge the medium, often employing found and new material together. Welcome to the malleable landscape!
  • Shabazz Projects
    Shabazz Projects is a progressive publishing platform focusing on books and objects with an emphasis on contemporary artists, photography, and design. We utilize the book as a medium to communicate the artist’s intent with each release. Through close artist collaboration and interpretation, we aim to create dialogues, recognize patterns, provoke and surprise. All releases are limited to an edition of 200 or less.
  • siglio
    Siglio is an independent press in Los Angeles dedicated to publishing uncommon books that live at the intersection of art and literature. We produce trade and limited editions, artist multiples and small collections of ephemera. Artists and writers we publish include Joe Brainard, Sophie Calle, Karen Green Dorothy Iannone, Jess, Ray Johnson, Richard Kraft and Robert Seydel.
  • Silent Sound
    Silent Sound was started in late 2014 by artist Coley Brown in Los Angeles. It’s aim is to release experimental books and projects from contemporary artists and photographers from around the world.
  • TBW Books / Twin Palms
    TBW Books is an independent photography book publishing company founded by Paul Schiek in 2005. Based in Oakland CA, the company is run on a direct to customer model and is known for its annual Subscription Series, as well as its elaborately crafted and designed limited editions. TBW Books offers its customers a range of titles from artists like Wolfgang Tillmans, Todd Hido, Alec Soth, Jim Goldberg, Mike Brodie and many others. ///// Twin Palms Publishers and Twelvetrees Press produce some of the finest art and photography books available. Beautifully designed and printed, the books have never ceased impressing viewers, either for challenging and provocative content, or for their sheer beauty as objects. We hope to present an artist’s finest work in books whose beauty will be evident to those who appreciate the art of fine book making. We feel the books have a look and feel that makes them unique. High quality papers and printing, small print runs, and award-winning design assure the long-lasting value and collectibility of each volume.
  • The Posters
    The Posters produces the highest quality offset lithographs of top artists, making them available for collectors at an incredibly affordable price. Moreover, 10% of the proceeds go directly to funding arts education for kids in need.
  • The THING Quarterly
    THE THING Quarterly is a periodical in the form of an object. It's like a magazine except that each issue is conceived of by a different contributor and then published on a useful object. Past contributors include Miranda July, Allora & Calzadilla, Jonathan Lethem, Starlee Kine, Dave Eggers, Mike Mills, David Shrigley, Tauba Auerbach and John Baldessari. Current and upcoming contributors include Rodarte, Brian Roettinger, Gabriel Orozco and Michelle Grabner.
  • Tiny Splendor
    Tiny Splendor is a collective publishing press running out of Berkeley and Los Angeles, California. It was founded on the idea of finding a way to share our friends' artwork, while satisfying our obsession with and love of ink on paper. As of today we pride ourselves on continuing this perfect marriage as we work with artists and friends to create editioned prints, books, apparel, and zines.
  • Vacancy Projects
    Started by LA artist & designer duo Kristofferson San Pablo & Mary Vu, Vacancy serves as a space for artists to create specialty items (zines, prints, apparel, etc.) while building our artistic community through collaboration. Always open, except when we're closed.
  • WSSF
    WSSF is an NSFW group based in Los Angeles.
  • X-TRA and Project X Foundation
    X-TRA is a contemporary art journal published quarterly in Los Angeles since 1997. Edited by a collective of artists and writers, X-TRA presents expansive features, historical essays, commissioned artist's projects, interviews, columns, and substantive reviews—both in print and online at x-traonline.org. In tandem with X-TRA, Project X Projects produces artist's editions, books, and a wide range of public events.


  • Draw Down Books
    Draw Down Books is a publishing house based in New England, producing small and unique books with a focus on graphic design, photography, typography, architecture and film.
  • Yale University Press
    As one of the world’s leading publishers of art and architecture books, Yale University Press has much to offer the general reader, scholar, collector, and student. Our publishing program includes beautiful exhibition catalogues issuing from the world’s finest museums, important and diverse monographs, critical anthologies, catalogues raisonnes, and much more.


  • Totally Stoked on You
    Miami based artist Marilyn Rondon and friends, Totally Stoked on You, is all of the projects Marilyn has previously worked on including Dat Ass Zine, and her most controversial work "You're not Drake zine" is making a comeback for the occasion of NYABF as well as some new projects, screen prints, t-shirts and some limited edition artist goodies.


    ART PAPERS is an independent platform for dialogue, document, and experiment in contemporary visual art and culture. An Atlanta-based nonprofit organization founded in 1976, ART PAPERS provides an accessible forum for critical, curatorial, and discursive exchange - in print, online, and through public programming.


  • Corpus Corpus
    Hand made art & comix anthology and unique editions, sporadically published plus prints.
  • Half Letter Press / Temporary Services
    Half Letter Press is a publishing imprint and online store initiated by Temporary Services (Brett Bloom & Marc Fischer, founded 1998). We started Half Letter Press in 2008 to publish and distribute works by ourselves and others. We support people that have had difficulty finding assistance through mainstream commercial channels.
  • Lainey Waugh
    Lainey Waugh is an artist who manipulates found, made, and conjured images into prints and zines. She is currently based in the Midwest.
  • Nonporous
    Nonporous is a publishing studio based in Chicago, IL. We are interested in visual research and the production of printed matter motivated by discourse and collaboration. We address contemporary topics through a synthesis of graphic design, photography, literature, music and art.
  • Soberscove Press
    Soberscove Press seeks to make available art-related material that fills a gap in the literature, are difficult to access, or are created in collaboration with artists. Our publications are intended for a general readership that thrives on intellectual curiosity and visual pleasure.


  • Prairie Fortress
    Prairie Fortress is a publishing house based in the heart of America dedicated to the creation and distribution of works by artists including books, performances, 3D prints and multiples.


  • Brian Cassidy
    Rare books and ephemera in the Washington D.C. area. Focusing broadly on the 20th century avant-garde, specialties include: modern and contemporary art and artists' books; the mimeo revolution; little magazines and small press; the Beats; poetry; music; archives and manuscripts; as well as folk, vernacular, and outsider books.
  • Frenemies III: Paul Shortt and Matt Gualco
    In Frenemies III: With A Vengeance, artists Paul Shortt and Matt Gualco will compete again to see who can sell more products during the fair. Gualco’s works include James Franco in the Middle, No Regerts and more. Shortt will be launching a new series of works under the moniker Shortt Editions.
  • Gary Kachadourian
    Gary Kachadourian makes scale pencil and pen drawings of everyday objects and scenarios that are then used for Xeroxed and laser printed books and posters. The posters are life-sized reproductions of the objects. The books contain buildable paper scale objects and places.
  • Open Space Baltimore
    Open Space is an artist-run gallery located in Baltimore, MD and is responsible for a range of curatorial projects around Baltimore's contemporary arts community, including the Publication & Multiples Fair, the Artist-Run Art Fair, and a consistent exhibition program.


  • Emma Kohlmann / COME TEES
    Emma Kohlmann and COME TEES strike again at the NYABF. Emma Kohlmann self-publisher of zines, water colors and illustrations. COME TEES (Sonya Sombreuil Cohen) maker of small-batch editions of conceptual and tributary jeans and t-shirts. These collaborators bring you new work, in addition to assembling their community at large paying homage and gratitude to their idols and friends.
  • MIT Press, The
    The MIT Press publishes books in contemporary art, architecture, photography, new media and cultural studies.
  • Song Cave, The
    The Song Cave is dedicated to recovering a lost sensibility and creating a new one by publishing books of poetry, translations, art criticism, and making art prints and other related materials.


  • Issue Press
    Issue Press is an independent publisher of artist publications, multiples, and other printed matter based in Grand Rapids, MI.


  • Third Rail, The
    The Third Rail is a free periodical devoted to a discussion of modern and contemporary art, politics, philosophy, and culture, featuring critical essays and reviews, interviews, literary arts, and artist center spread projects.

    New Jersey

  • bookdummypress
    Bookdummypress consists of two parts: the studio and bookstore. The studio is a place for the research, creation, documentation and distribution of artistically and educational-minded projects. The bookstore specializes in photo books, artist publications, periodicals, rare and out-of-print items and other in-print titles by noted publishers.
  • Conveyor Editions
    Conveyor Arts is a production house and publishing imprint that specializes in small run editions of artists’ books, zines, and other printed matter related to photography. Under the imprint Conveyor Editions, we commission and publish several new projects annually that re-imagine the form and function of the contemporary photo book.
  • IIIII Columns
    IIIII Columns is framework to develop & distribute expanded notions of architectural thought & practice beyond venerations of novelty, order & power. It is about discourse, current course & collaboration, so say hello.
    Matt Crabe illustrates books of sex crazed Goddesses destroying many lives, and creating a few too.

    New York

  • For over 50 years, Artforum has remained the world's most influential art magazine, exploring contemporary visual culture by the best contributors of our times. Bookforum offers incisive reviews of the latest current affairs, fiction and art titles.
  • 8 Ball Zines
    8 Ball Zines began as an independent art book fair in June 2012 at the Grand Billiard (R.I.P.) in Brooklyn. The fair, curated by Lele Saveri, now takes place twice a year (June and December) in New York City, relocating to a different billiard hall for every edition. Celebrating independent book publishers as well as self-publshed books on pool tables for one day, during which the fair is open and free to the public. The main table at the fair is the "drop-off" table, where anyone can bring their own self-made zines, posters, t-shirts, and patches to sell (and we sell them free of charge). For every edition of the fair, 8-Ball curates a set of zines together with a new publisher each time. Since April 2013, 8-Ball Crew started producing more books, zines, mix tapes, events, shops, zine libraries and the Newsstand, the first ever art-bookstore and project space existed in the underground system of NYC.
  • A-Jump Books
    A-Jump Books is a small publishing house dedicated to producing photo-based books that challenge convention through understatement and artistic rigor. Using the artists’ book concept as a model, we publish projects that are conceived of and designed as self-contained works.
  • A.R.T. Press (Art Resources Transfer)
    Art Resources Transfer is a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a more egalitarian access to the arts through publishing (A.R.T. Press) and the free distribution of books to underserved rural and inner-city public libraries and schools nationwide (D.U.C. Library Program)
  • Aaron Krach
    For 41 years Aaron Krach has been living, breathing, thinking, eating, and sleeping. Krach takes photographs, checks books out from the library, vacuum packs, uses grommets, and believes the world can be a much better place. Toward that goal he makes art, writes books, and he makes art books, multiples, and ephemera.
  • ABC [Artists’ Books Cooperative]
    ABC [Artists’ Books Cooperative] is an international group of artists seeking to create, engage, and communicate on issues concerning self-publishing. Group interactions are centered on book fairs, exhibitions, and our online forum, where we discuss all aspects of making and proliferating work.
  • Aidan Koch
    Aidan Koch is a multimedia artist working out of New York. Her work includes several graphic novels including the Xeric award winning ‘The Blonde Woman’ and her story, Heavenly Seas which was most recently included in the Summer issue of the Paris Review. Her sculptural and installation work has been exhibited in Paris, Antwerp, New York, San Francisco, and Austin.
  • Anartist
    Anartist specializes in books on 20th century art, photography, architecture and design with an emphasis on the post 1945 avant-garde including: Artist Books, Conceptual Art, Pop, Minimalism, Fluxus, Performance, Video, Exhibition Catalogs, Journals and Ephemera. Collections wanted. Open by appointment only.
  • Andrew Roth / PPP Editions
    Andrew Roth will present an exhibition of rare, limited edition artist’s books by the Belgian poet/conceptual artist Marcel Broodthaers (1924-1976). Beginning with Pense-Bête (1963) and ending with his posthumously published La Conquête de l’Espace. Atlas à l’usage des artistes et des militaires (1976), Broodthaers treats the book as art, manifesting some of his most radical work within its covers. Referencing Magritte and the poets Baudelaire and Mallarmé, these book-objects effortlessly connect the past with the contemporary. In addition PPP Editions will launch untitled anonymous, a limited edition of 125 signed, numbered and slipcased books, reproducing two sequences of images and an essay by Vince Aletti. The first sequence consists of photographs culled from Aletti’s vast collection of found snapshots of men, dating from the 1950s to the 70s. The second suite of images is selected from the archive of an unidentified photographer who shot over 300 street-photographs in the vicinity of Times Square in the mid-to-late ‘60s, focusing primarily on male street hustlers. Aletti has written a personal text reflecting on his memories of that time and location, and conjecturing on the photographer’s identity and motivations.
  • Aperture Foundation
    Aperture, a not-for-profit foundation, connects the photo community and its audiences with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas, and with each other—in print, in person, and online.
  • Arcangel Surfware
    Arcangel Surfware is an (in)activewear, merch, and publishing imprint founded and designed by fine artist and entrepreneur Cory Arcangel. For the NYABF15, Arcangel Surfware presents eight issues of The Source, an ongoing zine series that contains the computer source code for Arcangel’s software works, alongside a small tabletop exhibition of works referenced in the zines. ​
  • Art in America
    Current, provocative and comprehensive, over 200,000 readers rely on Art in America's in-depth coverage every month. The magazine’s editorial team explores the contemporary art world with expertise and passion, engaging readers through critical essays, reviews and profiles. Follow AiA on Twitter and Instagram @aianews.
  • ARTBOOK | D.A.P.
    ARTBOOK operates two permanent stores at MoMA PS1. The ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 bookstore features the city's deepest selection of art and theory titles; our international magazine store, located just inside the museum entrance, offers a wealth of hard-to-find periodicals. For the NYABF, ARTBOOK presents numerous book signings within the magazine store, including a dual signing with Mike Mandel and Christian Patterson from 6-7pm on Friday, September 18th.
  • Artforum / Bookforum
    Artforum: For over 50 years, Artforum has remained the leading contemporary art magazine. In addition to exploring contemporary art, Artforum covers fashion, film, photography, architecture and music, lending a unique perspective to the broad range of today’s popular culture. Bookforum: A sister publication of Artforum, Bookforum reviews the best titles in fiction, current affairs, and the arts, covering the breadth of the publishing industry. Recent contributors include award-winning authors William T Vollman, Vivian Gornick, Luc Sante, Mary Gaitskill, and other icons of contemporary literary culture.
  • Arthur Fournier Fine & Rare
    Arthur Fournier Fine & Rare, LLC is an independent dealer of books, manuscripts, archives and collections in all fields and genres, with particular emphasis on music and the visual arts, cultural movements, disruptive technologies and societies in conflict. Based in Brooklyn since September 2014, we welcome visitors by appointment.
  • Audio Visual Arts (AVA)
    Audio Visual Arts (AVA) is a gallery based in New York City. AVA exhibits emerging and established artists and musicians. While AVA presents a range of work, the core interest is in a more adventurous and conceptual approach to sound. AVA also produces artists editions, participates in international exhibitions and art fairs, and hosts the monthly audio series Exterior Sounds.
  • Autonomedia
    Autonomedia is an autonomous zone for arts radicals in both old and new media. We publish books on radical media, politics and the arts that seek to transcend party lines, bottom lines and straight lines. We also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books we publish.
  • Badlands Unlimited
    Founded in 2010 by Paul Chan, Badlands Unlimited publishes e-books, limited edition paper books, and artist works in digital and print forms. Historical distinctions between books, files, and artworks are dissolving rapidly. We publish and produce new works by artists and writers that embody the spirit of this emerging dissolution. We make books in an expanded field.
  • Benjamin Critton Art Dept.
    Benjamin Critton Art Dept. is an art and design practice/service.
    BHQFU is New York's freest art school, a learning experiment where artists work together to manifest creative, productive, useless, and demanding interactions between art and the world. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, BHQFU offers tuition-free classes, artist residencies, and public programs year round.
  • Blonde Art Books
    Blonde Art Books is a Brooklyn based organization dedicated to promoting self-published and small press art books through exhibitions, art fairs, talks, and online exposure.
  • Bodega
    Lower East Side gallery and publisher.
  • BOMB Magazine
    BOMB is a quarterly print magazine, a daily online publication, and a digital archive of previously published content from 1981 onward. BOMB delivers the artist’s voice through in-depth interviews between artists working in all disciplines, which reveal their ideas, concerns, and creative processes, through carefully developed dialogue – now and for posterity.
  • Boo-Hooray
    Boo-Hooray is an exhibit space and publishing company dedicated to 20th/21st century counter-culture ephemera, photography, and book arts. We publish catalogues, books, artists' books, and LPs regularly, as well as arrange readings and performances. Our exhibits and publications stem from culturally significant archives that we excavate, organize, stabilize, and ultimately place with institutions. Boo-Hooray has placed collections with institutions such as Cornell University, Yale University, Columbia University, and Oxford University.
  • Booklyn
    Founded in 1999, Booklyn is an artist-run, non-profit 501 (c) (3), consensus-governed, artist and bookmakers organization headquartered in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Booklyn’s mission is to promote artists’ books as art and research material and to assist artists and organizations in documenting, exhibiting, and distributing their artworks and archives Wall Street and the Zapatistas (EZLN).
  • Cabinet
    Cabinet is a non-profit arts and culture organization based in Brooklyn, NY. In addition to its quarterly magazine, Cabinet publishes books, produces limited and unlimited editions, and organizes exhibitions, symposia, and other events.
  • Capricious
    Capricious is a magazine, publishing house and gallery in New York. Since our inception, we have developed an international platform for celebrating and supporting emerging and underrepresented artists. Initiated by Sophie Mörner in 2004 as a photography magazine, Capricious has since emerged as a premier publisher and gallery known for presenting work that is intelligent, diverse, and consistently strong.
  • CarnageNYC / SubCulture / EkgLabs
    Local graffiti zine publishers CarnageNYC, SubCulture, and EKG Labs have banded together, creating a community table, displaying a wide range of graffiti related publications, posters, prints, t-shirts, buttons, and other items from our stock and our friends. The graffiti revolution broadcasts signals on our streets, infiltrates minds and mutates culture!
  • Celeste Fichter
    Celeste Fichter is a Brooklyn-based artist who makes books that incorporate found imagery with word play.
  • Center for Book Arts, The
    The Center for Book Arts promotes active explorations of both contemporary and traditional artistic practices related to the book as an art object through exhibitions, classes, public programming, literary presentations, opportunities for artists and writers, publications, and collecting. Founded in 1974, the Center was the first organization of its kind in the nation.
  • Center for Editions at Purchase College, SUNY
    The Center for Editions enables creation of work by artists-in-residence, faculty and students. Projects include Nous avons Bon Goût by Christian Gfeller and Anna Hellsgård; Gary Kachadourian’s 70 Square Foot Living; Let America be America Again, a tribute to Antonio Frasconi and work by Warren Lehrer, Cassandra Hooper, among others.
  • Cheim & Read
    Cheim & Read was founded in 1997 by John Cheim and Howard Read. The gallery is known for critical monographic exhibitions by artists such as Lynda Benglis, Louise Bourgeois, William Eggleston and Joan Mitchell. Cheim & Read’s publications complement our exhibition program and are designed by John Cheim.
  • Christopher Kardambikis
    Christopher Kardambikis seeks an absurd mythology for the future through drawings, paintings, and books. Currently, he is continuing his ongoing Book-a-Month project playing with the book form while experimenting with materials, process, and space. He has co-founded three artist book and zine projects: Encyclopedia Destructica in Pittsburgh, Gravity and Trajectory in San Diego, and 90 Proof Press in Los Angeles. Christopher has been an artist-in-residence at The Art Students League, Vermont Studio Center, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Millay Colony, Pioneer Works, and the Pittsburgh Center of the Arts. He received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and MFA from the University of California, San Diego. Christopher is the host of Paper Cuts, a program on Clocktower Radio that explores the contemporary world of zines and DIY publishing. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
  • Cinders Gallery
    Cinders is a project oriented non profit art organization based in Brooklyn, NY. Cinders has been curating exhibitions for the past 10 years. Cinders programming has always included an emphasis on artists' books, particularly handmade and limited editions. Cinders currently works with artists to publish prints.
  • Common Satisfactory Standard
    Common Satisfactory Standard is a Risograph print and design studio in Brooklyn, New York. The aim of the studio is to facilitate those who are interested in printing and self publishing with a superb yet low-cost printing alternative. The studio additionally publishes books and occasionally hosts workshops.
  • Cooperative Editions
    Cooperative Editions is a moniker under which Nicholas Weltyk offers friends and authors assistance in the conceptual development, graphic design, production, and publication of books and printed matter.
  • Dashwood Books
    Dashwood Books is New York City’s only independent bookstore devoted entirely to photography.
  • David Zwirner Books
    David Zwirner Books is the stand-alone publishing house of David Zwirner, a contemporary art gallery active in both the primary and secondary markets. Since opening its doors in 1993, the gallery has been home to innovative, singular, and pioneering exhibitions across a variety of media and genres. In the past ten years, David Zwirner Books has published over 100 titles, including exhibition catalogues that provide a lasting record of the gallery’s diverse exhibition program, artist monographs, and artists’ books. The gallery will be showcasing recent publications by Stan Douglas, Marlene Dumas, Marcel Dzama, Jeff Koons, Yayoi Kusama, John McCracken, Raymond Pettibon, Richard Serra, Michael Riedel and Bridget Riley, among others.
    Delema was born out of the necessity to publish one singular book: Paper Rad's "PPP - The Zines of Paper Rad." If the books are sold and our losses are minimal we shall continue to publish in the near future.
  • Desert Island
    Desert Island publishes and distributes comics and art books form our store in Brooklyn.
  • Dia Art Foundation
    Founded in 1974, Dia Art Foundation is dedicated to commissioning, supporting, presenting, and preserving contemporary works of art, and to fostering critical discourse and performance.
  • EAI (Electronic Arts Intermix)
    Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) was founded in 1971 as one of the first nonprofit organizations in the United States dedicated to the support of video as an art form. EAI has played a pioneering role in the history of media art. As one of the earliest organizations in the emergent video art movement, EAI was created to provide an alternative system of support for this nascent art form and the artists engaged with it.
  • Endless Editions
    Endless Editions is a printing and publishing project devoted to producing material by & for artists.
  • Eric Elms / AndPress
  • Études Books
    ÉTUDES books is an independent publisher focused on contemporary photography, based in Paris and New York City, founded in 2012. ÉTUDES books curates and publishes books, such as a photographer monograph collection entitled Blue books. ÉTUDES books evolved out of the publishing house JSBJ - Je Suis une Bande de Jeunes - created in 2007. ÉTUDES books is part of ÉTUDES studio which work as a collective in the fields of fashion, publishing and art.
  • F Magazine
    F is a periodic sculpture in magazine form published by Adam Marnie out of New York and Los Angeles.
  • Franklin Furnace
    Franklin Furnace was founded in 1976 by artist Martha Wilson to champion ephemeral forms neglected by mainstream arts institutions. Franklin Furnace’s mission is to present, preserve, interpret, proselytize and advocate on behalf of avant-garde art, especially forms that may be vulnerable due to institutional neglect, their ephemeral nature, or politically unpopular content.
  • FUSE Works
    Fuse Works exhibits, publishes and promotes books, multiples and editions. Our emphasis is on works that demonstrate a critical approach to the multiple as a distinct conceptual medium.
  • Gagosian
    Gagosian is an international modern and contemporary art gallery with exhibition spaces in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Rome, Geneva, and Hong Kong. In addition to its publishing imprint, Gagosian features specialty books, prints and limited editions by gallery artists.
  • Gratuitous Type
    Gratuitous Type is an occasional pamphlet of typographic smut. Celebrating the letter in all its forms, the magazine highlights exceptional contemporary design and art from around the world, offering a voyeuristic look into the practices of our favorite makers through interviews, studio visits, and exclusive artist projects.
  • Gregory R. Miller & Co.
    Gregory R. Miller & Co. publishes high quality books about contemporary art, architecture, and design. Our catalogue is focused primarily on definitive artist monographs. We regularly work with museums. Our books aim to enhance our understanding of art and to contribute to the broader cultural dialogue of which art is an essential part.
  • Guerrilla Girls
    We're a bunch of anonymous females who take the names of dead women artists as pseudonyms and appear in public wearing gorilla masks. We have produced posters, stickers, books, printed projects, and actions that expose sexism and racism in politics, the art world, film and the culture at large. We use humor to convey information, provoke discussion, and show that feminists can be funny. We wear gorilla masks to focus on the issues rather than our personalities. Dubbing ourselves the conscience of culture, we declare ourselves feminist counterparts to the mostly male tradition of anonymous do-gooders like Robin Hood, Batman, and the Lone Ranger.
  • Half Gallery
    Half Gallery is a project space and book publisher located on the Upper East Side.
  • Halmos
    Halmos is a collaborative distribution platform and diachronic publisher. It has facilitated new writing and works by numerous artists.
  • Harper’s Books
    Harper's Books specializes in rare photo and art books, with an emphasis on association copies, landmark works in exceptional condition, and unique books reinterpreted by artists. We are members of the ABAA, and the only rare book dealer selected to exhibit at both AIPAD and Paris Photo.
  • Hassla
    Hassla is a New York-based publishing project by artist David Schoerner; founded in 2007 with a focus on artists' books and catalogues.
    Poetry, Prose and editions by artists. Most of the work is debuting at the NYABF. Gestures made in the shadow of the Goddess.
  • Horses Think Press
    Horses Think Press is a Brooklyn based publisher founded by Ofer Wolberger in 2010. The press works directly with artists to create high quality books, multiples and editions that expand the field of image and object making.
  • ICP / Bard MFA Program
    The ICP/Bard MPA is a two year graduate program that helps artists transform their lives and the art world and institutions around them. The diverse international student body creates challenging studio work, organizes conferences, curates shows, writes and creates publications, and works from archives.
  • Image Text Ithaca
    Image Text Ithaca brings together an independent press, a summer symposium and an MFA program, all focused at the intersection of writing and photography. Through individual artists’ projects and collaborative publications, ITI Press seeks to articulate traditions and chart new territories in original image-text work. ITI is an initiative of Ithaca College.
  • Instigator
    INSTIGATOR urges the viewer to stop, drop, roll and laugh. The studio produces zines, prints, stickers and small objects. Paul Weston is the man driving the bus.
  • Inventory Press
    Inventory Press publishes books on topics in art, architecture, design, and music, with an emphasis on subcultures, minor histories, and the sociopolitical aspects of material culture.
  • ISSUE Project Room
    Launched in 2015 by Brooklyn experimental performance nonprofit ISSUE Project Room, Distributed Objects is a new publishing imprint focused on emerging artistic practices. Two new LP releases coincide with the fair, by Pete Swanson & Yarn/Wire, as well as Susan Howe & David Grubbs. The latter includes a special edition letterpress print.
  • j. morrison
    Brooklyn based artist's new screenprints, multiples and ephemera.
  • James Cummins Bookseller
    James Cummins Bookseller presents The Archive of Paul Williams. Paul Williams (1948-2013), founded Crawdaddy! in 1966 and launched rock ‘n’ roll journalism. He wrote extensively on Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Lou Reed, and many other musicians. In 1975, his Rolling Stone profile of Philip K. Dick propelled PKD into the national consciousness, and as Dick’s literary executor Williams he launched the writer’s astounding posthumous career. Williams’ books included Hippie memoirs Time Between and Apple Bay, and the best-selling book of practical philosophy, Das Energi. A KEY ARCHIVE IN THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN COUNTER CULTURE
  • James Prez / Back East Press
    Back East Press / James Prez making books, one page at a time since 1987 (in Brooklyn) (since 1988 200 book works completed). LOW BUDGET / HIGH END (sort of) books.
  • Jason Polan
  • Jean-Noël Herlin
    Artist's books, periodicals and multiples, posters, exhibition catalogues, FMRA (French for ephemera): architecture, design, painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, dance, performance, poetry.
  • Jennifer Calandra
    Gender Queer erotic art with a focus on illustration, zine making, mask masking and sculpture.
  • Justseeds
    Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative is a collective of artists with members working from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico creating print and design work that reflects a radical social, environmental, and political stance. We believe in the transformative power of individual expression in concert with collective action.
    KARMA is a bookstore, gallery and publisher specializing in artists’ publications, located in the West Village of New York City. In addition to its own titles, KARMA stocks periodicals, artworks, artists’ editions, rare and out-of-print items and other in-print titles by noted publishers.
  • Kayrock Screenprinting
    We specialize in hand printed fine art editions, posters, cards, books, shirts, tote bags, graphic design, custom projects, micro registration and the metric system.
    Killer Acid is a maker of fine psychedelic ephemera and printed books. At the 2015 NYABF we will have a new Screen Printed book collaboration with Kayrock, and lots of other new items for sale!
  • KNOW-WAVE Radio
  • Kris Graves Projects
    Kris Graves Projects produces thoughtfully designed and beautifully executed monographs. We will be displaying three projects by Luke Abiol, Jason Hanasik, and MaryLynne Wrye.
  • La Chamba Press
    La Chamba Press is an independent publishing collective based in Brooklyn, NY and Los Angeles, CA. We are a creative family of different diasporas from Latin America to the Caribbean working in a variety of mediums, bringing forth our unique voices and cultural perspectives through original work. Together we share our illustrations, designs, poetry, photography, music and more.
    Delicious zines fresh from the oven of LAZY MOM.
  • Library of the Printed Web
    Library of the Printed Web is a physical collection of artists' books, zines, photo books and texts gathered around the casual concept of "search, compile and publish." Twice a year, a new collection of works is presented in "Printed Web," an exhibition-in-print devoted to web-to-print art and discourse, published by Library of the Printed Web.
  • Light Work
    Light Work was founded as an artist-run, non-profit organization in 1973. Its mission is to provide direct support through residencies, publications, exhibitions, a community-access digital lab facility, and other related projects to emerging and under-represented artists working in the media of photography and digital imaging.
  • Maia Ruth Lee / Peter Sutherland
    Sculptural texts and textual sculptures.
  • Marian Goodman Gallery
    Marian Goodman Gallery was founded in 1977 in New York and has since expanded to include exhibition space in both Paris (1995) and London (2014). Goodman began publishing in 1965 as a founder of Multiples, Inc. and has since continued to produce important catalogues with international artists who are leaders of their generation.
  • Marlborough Chelsea
    Since 1997, Marlborough Chelsea has presented major exhibitions of international contemporary artists working across a wide spectrum of media. In 2011, the gallery refocused its program around a core group of innovative and dynamic young artists and continues to build its roster, creating a new generation of Marlborough, and expanding upon its long history.
    MASSIVE is a gay and queer manga inspired apparel and publishing house, specializing in fits for all body types, featuring artwork by gay Japanese comics artists.
  • Mast Books
    Mast Books is a bookstore specializing in used and rare 20th/21st century art, photography and design publications, alongside quality editions of post-WWII poetry and literature; with an emphasis on artists' books and ephemera relating to art, counterculture and the avant-garde.
  • MATTE Magazine
    MATTE magazine is a journal founded by Matthew Leifheit in 2010 as a way to shed light on good new photography. Each issue is dedicated to the work of one artist, and the magazine is printed in full color with no ads and sold for the cost of production. MATTE is collected by the libraries of MoMA, ICP, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
  • Matthew Marks Gallery
    Since 1991 Matthew Marks Gallery has been publishing exhibition catalogues, monographs, artist's books, and posters, all with the highest standard of scholarship and visual excellence. Authors have included Yve-Alain Bois, Dave Hickey, and John Ashbery.
  • Mega Press / Panayiotis Terzis
    Mega Press seeks to publish and promote the works of artists who directly engage with the spirit of the 21st century while keeping one foot in the landfill of the recent and ancient past.
  • Miniature Garden
    Miniature Garden is an independent publishing project that focuses on limited edition artist books.
  • minutiae
    A collaboration between an artist, photographer and programmer who met through the New Museum's NEW INC program, "minutiae" is an anonymous anti-social media art project that uses a custom app to force users to capture the normally undocumented moments of their lives.
  • Mossless
    ​Mossless is an independent photography magazine run by its founder Romke Hoogwaerts and partner Grace Leigh. Their most recent issue is a composition of over 500 contemporary photographs of The United States. Mossless also makes books in small handmade editions.​
  • Nathaniel Matthews
    NATHANIEL MATTHEWS is a NY based artist.
  • Nick Kline
    Kline’s installation of photographs, artist’ publications and a neon text piece in the Printed Matter window, was on view September 2014. This presentation emerged out of book projects that engage themes around boyhood and loss. Several new publications with this theme, and other collaborative projects will debut at the NYABF-15.
    NOAH LYON is a multi media artist who lives & works in NYC. Artist books have been part of his repertoire for over 20 years. RETARD RIOT is a punk-rock/hip-hop anarcho artist collective that has been using & abusing copy machines since the early 1990’s to make zines, music, buttons, and other slow moving objects.
  • nothingtoodoo press
    from an old wood boat on the top of a mountain we make tings for yoo
    NOWORK is a platform for collaboratively produced, anonymous projects relating to New York City, with a focus on photographic material in public spaces. Not citing individual authorship for our work has allowed us to treat our source material, taken or found, as part of an act of re-circulation.
  • Original Plumbing
    Original Plumbing is the quarterly, theme-based magazine dedicated to the culture and lifestyle of trans guys. Founded in September of 2009 by Amos Mac and Rocco Kayiatos, Original Plumbing continues to be independently published and distributed out of Brooklyn and Los Angeles. The magazine is dedicated to documenting diversity within the trans male community through photographic portraits and essays, personal narratives, and interviews. OP gives the trans male community the opportunity to speak for and about themselves, taking the focus away from bodies and medical transition, and transferring it to a greater experience of their lives.
    OSMOS Books, OSMOS Magazine, and OSMOS Address function as an integrated concept for curatorial and editorial activities, featuring emerging, established and overlooked artists. Recent titles include "Nilbar Güre?: Who is the Subject," "Glen Rubsamen: Rhynchophorus Ferrugineus," and "Marcelo Krasilcic: 1990s." OSMOS is directed by Cay Sophie Rabinowitz.
  • Other Criteria
    Other Criteria is an arts-based publishing company co-founded by Damien Hirst. With spaces in London, Ilfracombe and New York, Other Criteria has established itself by producing an array of unique artworks, art publications and limited editions in a variety of media.
  • Other Forms
    Other Forms works in multiple intersections of architecture, graphic design, and publishing and in ways that seek critical engagement with the material and social conditions of practice, discourse and production.
  • Packet Biweekly
    Packet is a biweekly art publication printed in Brooklyn. Content is a collective and contribution-based publication with focus on process and experimentation in work, openly embracing stupidity and irreverence. Packet is a holding shape for immediacy and the 'par-baked.
  • Paper Monument
    Paper Monument is an artist-run print journal of contemporary art intent on presenting smart, serious writing that is accessible to a wide audience and exploring topics often overlooked by mainstream journalism. Based in Brooklyn, NY, Paper Monument is published by n+1 and designed by Project Projects.
    PAPER WORK NYC provides inspiration through rare zines, limited edition prints, photographs, original art works, and collaborative experimentation.
  • Pau Wau Publications
    Pau Wau Publications is an independent publishing house dedicated to the production of limited edition publications of contemporary photography & art.
  • Pegacorn Press
    Pegacorn Press is a Brooklyn based feminist, queer, "total-art-freaker" publishing adventure run solely by Caroline Paquita. Formally started in 2011 after fifteen years of self publishing, Paquita uses Risograph stencil duplicators and silkscreening to create unique and affordable editions, most of which are collaborations with fellow artists.
  • Peradam
    PERADAM is a publishing group specializing in small-run artist books. Each title is designed and produced in collaboration with the artist.
  • Petzel
    Since 1993, Petzel Gallery has been committed to developing its program upon the scope, diversity, and ambitions of the internationally renowned artists that it represents. We are delighted to support these efforts through independent publishing and our partnerships with world-class bookmakers such as Walther König, Mousse, Ridinghouse, and JRP|Ringier.
  • Phaidon
    Phaidon is the world’s premier publisher of books on the visual arts.
  • PIN-UP
    Magazine for Architectural Entertainment.
  • Pinups
    Pinups is a queer zine—each issue a pictorial of a nude male subject. The zine can be dismembered, and the loose pages tiled to reveal a single, monumental image of the subject. The zine's two states conflict, resulting in visual and narrative abstraction: a dialogue between its physical structure and its printed content.
  • Pioneer Works
    Publishing has always been a central part of Pioneer Works vision as a place for the creation, synthesis and discussion of art, science and education. As a press, Pioneer Books provides a creative platform for thinkers and artists, and functions as a tool for collecting, archiving and disseminating these discussions.
  • Point of Contact
    Point of Contact is a New York-based arts organization in residence at Syracuse University in which Central New York communities, state-wide and international institutions collaborate in a cross-disciplinary forum where artists, writers, scholars and students actively engage in the production of publications, art exhibitions and events to enrich our culture.
  • Primary Information
    Primary Information is a non-profit organization specializing in the publication of historical and contemporary artists' books and writings.
  • Princeton Architectural Press
    Princeton Architectural Press is a world leader in architecture and design publishing, both in market share and in editorial and design excellence. With over 1000 titles published, we have consistently sought the best in our field, and are privileged to be able to attract and publish it. We've made our reputation in part by identifying new trends and publishing first books on emerging talents, as well as definitive works on established names, and by creating books of unsurpassed design quality and production values. Both the Press and our books have won numerous awards, for editorial excellence and for book design.
  • Printed Matter, Inc.
    Printed Matter, Inc is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1976 by artists and art workers with the mission to foster the appreciation, dissemination, and understanding of artists' books and related publications. In addition to maintaining an inventory of 15,000 books which are sold on behalf of book artists and independent publishers, Printed Matter is a dynamic hub of services and activities offered in support of artists including: regular exhibitions, lectures and talks, book launches, publishing projects, as well as hosting the NY Art Book Fair and LA Art Book Fair.
  • Publication Studio Hudson / Publication Studio Vancouver
    Publication Studio Hudson and Publication Studio Vancouver are part of an international network of Studios in cities around the world. We use a distinctive combination of on-demand and by-hand methods to create artists' books and editions; we also publish and print an impressive array of public-domain and ought-to-be-public-domain content.
  • Ratstar
    RATSTAR is a press based in Brooklyn NY. Founded in 2012 by Ryan Foerster.
  • Red76
    Red76, a collaborative grouping with its origins in Portland, Oregon, creates activities which often investigate the intersection between education, social and political histories, and the use of media to manifest new affinities and transparent, accessible, political nodes. The group in one form or another has been active since 2000.
  • Richardson Publications
    Richardson Magazine founded in 1998 by Andrew Richardson and Fumihiro Hayashi is an Art and Culture publication focused on Sex and Sexuality. Appearing intermittently since its inception, the new edition of Richardson, issue A8, is the America issue. Blac Chyna is the cover star shot by Steven Klein and featuring art works from William Pope L, Mark Flood, Kara Walker, Nick Waplington, Gaetano Liberatore, Gene Bilbrew, Will Boone, William Crawford, Jeanette Hayes, Glenn Ligon and Julianna Huxtable.
  • School of Visual Arts
    School of Visual Arts, New York, has been a leader in the education of artists, designers and creative professionals for more than six decades. With a faculty of distinguished working professionals, dynamic curriculum and an emphasis on critical thinking, the College is a catalyst for innovation and social responsibility.
  • Scott Hug
    SCOTT HUG received his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Masters in communication design from Pratt Institute. In New York, Hug’s work has been featured at John Connelly Presents, Deitch Projects, White Box, D’Amelio Terras, Feature Inc., and Greene Naftali; gallerie du jour agnes b. in Paris; and Hiromi Yoshii Gallery in Tokyo. His work has been reviewed in the New York Times and has appeared in the New Art Examiner and Zingmagazine. In 2004, he was awarded a Rema Hort Mann grant. Scott Hug’s work deals with current social and political events, investigating politics, pop culture and media obsession. He is the founder of K48—an artist's fanzine. K48 is the quintessence of publication-as-synthesis, embracing music, fashion, art, and design as it disregards genre in the pursuit of an aesthetic of sensory overload. Its name evokes the inscrutable codes at the loose in the culture (on pharmaceuticals, automobiles, electronics, and weapons). Each Issue is a CD-size block, containing contributions from dozens of artists, friends and heros, often with a CD of music and videos. Youth Culture permeates the magazine, from the implicit demographic of its advertisements to the explicit youth of issue 3’s “Teenage Rebel.” Anarchy lies in the magazine’s tonal diversity, in its appropriation of styles and icons from the broader culture. The result is an idiosyncratic, collaborative parallel culture that blends naïve celebration with curious skepticism, a self-described “personal expressive Pop.” K48 exists, according to Hug, as an “act of generosity on everybody’s parts,” a hybrid even in its perpetuation. —Victor Brand, In Numbers: Serial Publications by Artists Since 1955, Andrew Roth and Phil Aarons, PPP Editions, 2010.
  • Sean Maung
    Photography based on realism and photojournalism. Photozines that depict urban culture and subcultures such as Barbershops, Peep Shows, Youth and much more. The photos are predominately centered in NY and LA.
  • Secretary Press
    Secretary Press was founded in 2012 as the publishing arm of New Draft Collective. Since then SP has evolved to publish materials that serve as an extension of an event or platform of dialogue within contemporary art and culture. Whether it is a symposium, a roundtable, an exhibition or a posed question, our published materials serve as a place for conversation to live on. Through linguistic and visual inventions we create books, newspapers and zines.
  • Sequence Press
    Sequence Press was established in 2010 to nurture potent, yet under-recognized voices in contemporary philosophy and the arts. Through collaborations with other publishers, and our unique partnership with UK-based Urbanomic, we strive to activate the conceptual and aesthetic sensibility of our books through lectures and other encounters. Our catalogue includes artist books by Sam Lewitt, R. H. Quaytman, and Jimmy Raskin and editions by Lewitt, Raskin and Robert Ashley. Our paperback series includes philosophical journal Collapse, and titles by François Laruelle, Quentin Meillassoux, Fernando Zalamea and Nick Land.
  • Shana Sadeghi-Ray
    Walk! Don’t Run! But rush on down! Sizzling pics! Sassy secrets! Get a peak of celebrities’ private hell and public heaven. Got a hot tip? Come share rumors about your favorite stars! We’ve got the juiciest juice! Your trusted source for the latest celebrity gossip.
  • Social Malpractice Publishing
    Social Malpractice Publishing is an independent, artist-run label founded in 2009 by Sean J Patrick Carney. SMP is based in Brooklyn, NY.
  • STH Editions
    artist originals, publications & editions by STH contributors & comrades
  • S_U_N_
    S_U_N_ is a New York City based publisher featuring a range of books, prints and multiples with a focus on photography based works. S_U_N_ works directly with artists to create works that expand the field of images as printed objects in editions large and small.
  • Tamara Santibañez
    Tamara Santibañez is an artist living and working in New York. Her self-published work focuses on subculture, its depiction in popular media, and the proliferation of its objects as symbols.
    TOTEM is an independent art-book press founded by Frances Perkins in New York in 2013. TOTEM is an exhibition space in print, a forum that allows artists to engage in a format that endures longer than a traditional time-based exhibition, and whose spatial relations to proportion and to scale are purely symbolic.
    TUNICA, is a receptacle of international culture based in New York, which acts as a membrane to capture and showcase various talents; combining disciplines, and haring through ideas and styles. Inspired by desire to assemble a publication that curates talent across a variety of medium and practices. Even issue of TUNICA is masterminded by different art directors, guest editors, and an influential team of creative minds who advocate a different approach to publishing constantly renewing TUNICA's form and content.
  • TXTbooks
    TXTbooks is a Brooklyn-based publisher and collective consisting of Robert Blair, Thomas Colligan, Nichole Shinn and Kurt Woerpel. The publications use the format of the small-run art book as a way in which to express errant thoughts, one-off jokes and artistic experiments in physical forms. The results often have an emphasis on typography, illustration and photography.
  • Ugly Duckling Presse
    Ugly Duckling Presse is a nonprofit publisher for poetry, translation, experimental nonfiction, performance texts, and books by artists.
  • Unseen Worlds
    Unseen Worlds is a record label releasing quality editions of unheralded and revolutionary, yet accessible, avant garde music. We are interested in media that capture a timeless ecstasy of creativity. They contain multitudes, engaging the listener through their historical context and sheer musicality. Our releases are surprisingly disparate and reliable.
  • Vasta Images / Books
    Vasta Images/Books is an international seller, based in New York City specializing in the body, the nude and the erotic arts. Focus for the fair is books, periodicals and ephemera, 1960s to the present. Centerpiece exhibition: SEX PAPERS Newsstand Smut 1970s ~ 1980s a presentation of erotic publications featuring provocatively illustrated covers, exceptional typography and graphic design.
  • Visual AIDS
    Visual AIDS is the only contemporary arts organization fully committed to HIV prevention and AIDS awareness through producing visual art projects and publications, while assisting artists living with HIV/AIDS. We are committed to preserving and honoring the work of artists with HIV/AIDS and the artistic contributions of the AIDS movement.
  • VUU
    VUU is a Brooklyn-based studio that focuses on publishing new photography.
  • White Columns
    Founded in 1970 as 112 Greene Street, White Columns remains New York's oldest alternative art space.
  • World War 3 Illustrated
    Founded in 1979 by Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper, World War 3 Illustrated is a labor of love run by a collective of artists (both first-timers and established professionals) and political activists working with the unified goal of creating a home for political comics, graphics, and stirring personal stories. Their confrontational comics shine a little reality on the fantasy world of the American kleptocracy, and have inspired the developing popularity and recognition of comics as a respected art form.
  • Zucker Art Books
    Irving Zucker Art Books, established in 1939 by Irving Zucker in New York, is a specialist in rare books selling to collectors, museums, and libraries. Joined by his grandson Matthew in 2002 the business expanded to include published projects with contemporary artists (Louise Bourgeois, Doug and Mike Starn, Jenny Holzer, and more in progress), Fine Art, and Editions. Furthermore, Matthew is a well respected expert in the work of Dieter Roth. We maintain a revolving inventory of Contemporary Artist Books, Modern Livre d'Artiste, Design, Architecture, Natural History, Photography, and Prints and Editions.


  • Center for Ongoing Research & Projects, The
    The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects is a non-profit organization dedicated to the systematic investigation and study of how research, broadly defined, informs art practices. We seek to make visible the artifacts of this research using an evolving curatorial platform that includes exhibitions, publications, and events.


  • Vice Versa Press
    Vice Versa Press is an independently run printing and publishing entity specializing in zines, show flyers, fine art prints and paper goods. 4ever on the road.


  • Ampersand Gallery & Fine Books
    Ampersand presents monthly exhibitions of contemporary artworks alongside a curated selection of books, found photography, printed ephemera and works on paper by unknown or outsider artists. Our publishing imprint serves as a corollary to exhibitions, providing a printed medium for artists to expand upon ideas and to extend their artistic vision beyond gallery walls.
  • Division Leap
    A gallery and rare bookstore devoted to the preservation, exhibition and placement of archives and libraries related to art and social conflict. Through our exhibitions and publications we seek to involve other artists and the public in bringing attention to overlooked narratives to inform the future. We welcome visitors.
  • Portland Museum of Modern Art
    The Portland Museum of Modern Art is an experimental exhibition space founded in 2012 in the basement of Mississippi Records. PMOMA collaborates with artists and institutions to bring a variety of contemporary & intuitive work to the Northwest, creating possibilities for artists outside established channels. It is our goal to foster a community around creativity and support artists to make work that is practice-based rather than market-based. We are interested in testing boundaries around institutional standards and representation. We produce books, editions, art objects, and records in conjunction with our exhibition practices.


  • Andrew Jeffery Wright
    Andrew Jeffrey Wright is a founding and current member of Philadelphia's art collective Space 1026. He has been creating zines, art books and comics for decades. Many of his zines combine photocopying and screen printing with an emphasis on absurd humor and geometric abstraction.
  • Daily Life Storage
    Daily Life Storage is a series of limited edition portfolios and other projects generating an ongoing and admittedly peculiar archive centered around queer creativity. As the collection expands it rests somewhere between art, scrotums, piss and kinkos.
  • Eric Kenney
  • Gottlund
    The Gottlund book house is an independent publishing project started in 2007 by artist Nicholas Gottlund based in Kurtztown, Pennsylvania as well as Los Angeles, California. We maintain a program of publishing books and limited edition multiples collaboratively with artists. Our books follow in a lineage while being innovative and forward thinking. We strive to have our books to have our books communicate with utmost clarity the vision of their source.
  • J&L Books
    J&L Books is a non-profit Atlanta/New York-based publisher of artists' books.
  • Rodger Binyone
    NO-Man is Rodger Binyone drawing, inking, and screenprinting books, comics, zines, and prints of various sizes.
  • Spaces Corners
    Founded in 2011, Spaces Corners is an artist-run publisher, bookshop, and project space based in Pittsburgh PA specializing in contemporary photobooks. At New York Art Book Fair, Spaces Corners will feature their growing catalog of offset printed and unique handmade books.

    Rhode Island

  • Heather Benjamin
    Heather Benjamin has been self-publishing zines of her drawings since 2008. Her drawings and prints have been exhibited internationally. She is currently based in Providence, Rhode Island.
  • Kyle Quinn
    The publications presented reflect layers of frustration towards the way sexual bodies and the figure are viewed in our most secreted and trusted moments. The images of HANK are placed in a strict and confined form that pulls from true sexual settings. It is a reflection of a generation of Queer that grew up closeted, afraid and isolated in a society without acceptance.
  • Nina Hartmann
    New releases from multidisciplinary artist Nina Hartmann and friends.

    South Carolina

  • Melinda Melmoth
    Oregonian Photographer/ Illustrator/ Textile Artist. Photographs optimistically and idealistically. Draws and sews crudely, with humor, and an appreciation for mistakes. Now lives & works in Charleston, SC.


  • Clear as Day
    Clear As Day is an artist collective which publishes and distributes both print and web based work. Located somewhere between Minnesota and Tennessee, Clear As Day works with artists, writers and designers to invent, recycle and resurrect perceptions of the natural landscape.


  • Bread & Puppet Press
    Active for over 50 years, the Bread and Puppet Press indulges in unorthodox printing methods and inexpensive materials. Their emphasis is on the utilitarian uses of art for such vital activities as protest, celebration, decoration, argumentation, rumination, and puppetry. Bread and Puppet will also disburse roaming Jinglebook sellers from their booth.