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  • Argentina

    • Secretaría de Cultura de la Nación Argentina
      The Secretaría de Cultura de la Nación Argentina is the office 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 Secretary will send original artist exemplars and limited books editions.
  • Australia

    • 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.
  • Austria

    • Camera Austria International
      The topics and artistic positions explored by Camera Austria, both in the artists' books and exhibition projects as well as in the quarterly magazine, address questions that are relevant to the current debate on the artistic, media-political, and societal implications of photography – issues that are time and again subjected to renegotiation in critical discourse on contemporary art.
    • Mark Pezinger Verlag
      Mark Pezinger Verlag is a collaboration of various artists. We are based in Vienna and Berlin and realize artists’ publications ranging from one-offs to higher editions and from actions and performances to sound works.
  • Belgium

    • Art Paper Editions
      APE (Art Paper Editions) is an independent publishing studio located in Ghent (Belgium). Founded in 2010 by Jurgen Maelfeyt and Caroline De Malsche. APE focuses on the book as an exhibition space.
  • Brazil

    • Feira Plana
      Feira Plana is an organization from Brazil, with an annual fair, a library and a online store. We work with self-publishers, zines, guerrilla artists, pretty weird photographers mental games and happy stuff.
  • Canada

    • Art Metropole
      Art Metropole is a not-for-profit organisation with a focus on the production, dissemination and contextualisation of artist-initiated publication in any media, especially those formats and practices predisposed to sharing and circulation.
    • 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
      B&D Press is a micro publisher based in Montreal, Canada. We publish zines and small art books. We are interested in gay stuff, odd stuff, and silkscreened covers.
    • 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.
    • C Magazine
      C Magazine is an international art periodical devoted to promoting debate and understanding of contemporary visual culture. Based in Toronto, with contributors around the world, C explores significant ideas and emerging perspectives through critical essays, compelling cultural analysis, interviews, artist projects, and reviews of exhibitions and books.
    • Colour Code
      Colour Code is an independant publisher and printing service based in Toronto, ON Canada. We specialize in the use of a Risograph Stencil Duplicator and Screenprinting to create artist books, comics, zines and other printed matter.
    • 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.
    • Fantasy Camp
      Fantasy Camp is a Canadian independent publisher of artist books, zines and limited edition prints. Committed to producing and distributing compelling printed matter that serves as both art objects and publications dedicated to contemporary illustration.
    • 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 Anna Leonowens Gallery at NSCAD University, Centre for Art Tapes, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Eyelevel Gallery, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery and Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery. Based in Nova Scotia, Halifax, INK publishes scholarly texts, exhibition catalogues and artists’ books.
    • Marc Bell / Amy Lockhart / Justin Gordon
      Marc Bell, Amy Lockhart and Justin Gordon present various booklets as well as animations and some original works and prints. Titles include: Dirty Dishes, Belly WotLeaflet, Trash Day, Cowabunga Schnauzer, Walk for Walk and much more. We will also feature the work of some surprise guests. Look for Rudy.
    • New Documents
      New Documents is a Vancouver and Los Angeles based art book publisher.
    • Paper Pusher
      Paper Pusher is the experimental Risograph print and design studio of Jp King. More than just a publishing house, it is a publication research lab, living classroom, and collaborative platform. Paper Pusher seeks to push the limits of format and our material relationships with paper-based objects.
    • Perish Publishing
      A new publishing venture based in Toronto, Canada with a focus on original works in book form and adventurous, quality printing. They are launching their first four titles at the fair, all of which were printed on risographs. Publish or perish. Make books or die.
    • PLATFORM Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts
      PLATFORM Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts is a not-for-profit gallery located in Winnipeg, supporting artists engaged in lens-based media.
    • Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art
      Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is located in Winnipeg, Canada and publishes through the imprint Plug In Editions. Plug In is a not-for-profit exhibition space and research centre.
    • 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 Vancouver
      Publication Studio Vancouver prints books on demand to produce experimental publications with artists and writers. PSV is part of a network of studios in other cities.
  • Denmark

    • 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.
    • TTC
      TTC Books is a Danish publishing house from Copenhagen, run by the artist group "Telefon Til Chefen" (TTC) Starting out making zines, TTC in 2006 established TTC Books and TTC Gallery as platforms to facilitate and exhibit artist and art projects related to their own fields of interest. TTC Books also publish TTC's own work in the form of artistbooks, handmade zines, catalogues, silkscreened posters ect.
  • Estonia

    • 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).
  • France

    • CNEAI=
      Created in 1997, and located near Paris, cneai= is the leading non-profit art space in France for artsist's publications and printed matter. It produces exhibitions and hosts residencies. It also publishes art books and multiples (more that 600 to date), curates a collection of about 11 000 books and ephemera, and curates a yearly publishers fair (Salon Light).
    • Éditions Lutanie
      Éditions Lutanie is an independent publishing house based in Paris. The house was founded by Boris and Manon Lutanie in tribute to their father, Jean-Claude Lutanie. The first book was published in March 2011. The books published by Éditions Lutanie focus on certain currents of contemporary art and photography.
    • 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.
    • Florence Loewy
      In business since February 1989 the bookstore is now located in the heart of the Marais near the Picasso Museum. Designed by the architects Dominique Jakob and Brendan McFarlane we offer a wide choice of artists'books, multiples and other editioned works ranging from the 60's until now. There is also a gallery space which hosts various projects by contemporary artists. open tuesday / Saturday 2 to 7 pm.
    • Le Gros Monsieur
      Le Gros Monsieur is an Art Collective that likes to give souvenirs.
    • LENDROIT Éditions
      LENDROIT Éditions is an independent publishing nonprofit organisation. Founded and based in Rennes since 2013, it's run by publisher and artist Mathieu Renard.

      Our publishing program focuses on contemporary art, drawings and experimental prints : posters, books, silkscreens, dvd's, stickers and so on.

      LENDROIT Éditions organizes each year various exhibitions and events in order to promote printmaking and artists's editions. LENDROIT is also a resource center (which offers advices about printmaking to professional artists) and a library dedicated to artists's editions.

    • onestar press / Three Star Books
      onestar press—strictly unedited by the publisher—is dedicated to the production of books, movies, and multiples by artists. Three Star Books are artworks, handmade, highly finished, and luxuriously produced with materials that are globally sourced.
    • Paraguay Press (castillo/corrales)
      Paraguay Press is a Paris based co-operatively run, independent art publishing company, managed by the group of artists, writers and curators behind castillo/corrales and Section 7 Books. Paraguay Press was conceived by this group in order to reclaim control of the means of creation, production and distribution of the books in which their work appear and to create a framework for producing publications with a growing number of artists, writers, and institutions.
    • 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
  • Germany

    • Edition Taube
      Edition Taube is an artist and publisher collective based in Stuttgart, Germany. Taube publishes artist books and editions in small print runs and researches on experimental forms of printed matter in the digital age.
    • 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.
    • Joachim Schmid
      Joachim Schmid is a Berlin based artist who has been working with found photographs since the early 1980s. He 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 bookJoachim 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.
    • Kominek Books
      To us, the photo book is a work of art. It is the final form of a photographic work and the actual artwork of a pho- tographer. Kominek Books has published books by photographers such as Alec Soth, Viviane Sassen, Enrique Metinides, Greg Girard, Zoé Beausire, Rinko Kawauchi and Birthe Piontek.
    • Motto
      Books, magazines, artists' publications and editions + Events and exhibitions
    • Only Photography
      Gallery and bookshop, specialty: japanese photo books and photographs. We publish 2 books per year, all are limited editions of 500, most of them signed. High quality binding and printing.
    • rhein-verlag
      rhein-verlag is a small publishing company from düsseldorf, germany, specializing in artist's books. we are a loose collective of artists, who share a common interest in the book as an artistic medium. each book is considered an independent and self-contained piece of art and is devised and produced as such.
    • Spector Books
      Spector Books is based in Leipzig, Germany. We began in 2001 as a magazine, “spector cut+paste”, and began publishing books in 2007. We believe our books should both be beautiful and relevant, and see potential in continuing to invest in the materiality, graphic design and format of books in the face of the Internet.
    • Sternberg
      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 shapes the debates 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 review are published in both German and English.
  • Greece

    • 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.
  • Ireland

    • Coracle
      Printer-publisher, editor of spaces, employing many of the devices of the small press and the formats of hypothetical publishing.
    • 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.
  • Israel

    • Public School Editions
      Public school is a non-profit publication founded in 2007, aiming to expose and preserve past and current cultural movements. Pax Israeliana is a Public School project aimed at cataloging forgotten minimalistic occurrences from the golden age of modern Israel. A time when modernist ideas were adopted by Israeli artists, architects, designers and musicians in an effort to be a branch of the global community in the middle east and portray Israel as a peace seeking country.
  • Italy

    • 0_100
      0_100 focuses on contemporary photography. We tell small stories without the help of any words.
    • cura.magazine and books
      cura. is a curatorial platform founded in 2009 in Rome 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.
    • 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.
    • Mousse Publishing
      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.
    • NERO
      NERO is a quarterly contemporary culture magazine – distributed in Europe and in the US – as well as a publishing house specialized in the production of artist’s books, editions, and catalogues commissioned by museums, foundations and private collections. NERO also works in curating, art direction and consulting for cultural projects and contemporary art.
  • Japan

    • AKAAKA
      AKAAKA is a publishing house founded in 2006 by Kimi Himeno, specializing in artbook and photobook, based in Tokyo, Japan. We always try to expand the possibilities of art and photographic expression through our books.
    • Pepper's Gallery
      Pepper's Gallery has an continuing YOUNG ARTISTS 'BOOKS PROJECT since 2006. This program began with the Reading exhibition, which was held annually at Pepper's Gallery in November. The exhibition then evolved into an internationally travelling project designed to introduce artists' books by Japanese artists to the world. We also produce the JAPANESE YOUNG ARTISTS' BOOKS FAIR every year since 2007, taking place at up to 5 bookstores, including Printed Matter. We were invited to an art book fair in Marseille, France 2011. Also we participated in NY ART BOOK FAIR last year.
    • Prelibri
      We publish books and products around printing independently, based in Tokyo.
    • Seigensha Publishing
      Seigensha is one of Japan's premier publishers of art-related books. Our mission: To reveal the sense of presence in the art of today. Specializing in art, design, photography and other visually oriented books, our publishing range extends to architecture, literature and criticism as well. We aim to illuminate human behavior from within
  • Korea, South

    • ANTIC-HAM
      Antic-Ham (Kim Hye Mee) was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1974, studied 'Play Writing and photography. Since 2004 she makes artist books with photographs, collage, drawings and writing. She lives in Seoul and in Achill Island, Ireland and makes book collaborations with Francis Van Maele.
  • Mexico

    • COMBO
      COMBO is a mexican fanzine which was born in 2011. It’s made with a strong emphasis on the serendipity of its creative process.
  • Netherlands

    • 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.
    • Boekie Woekie
      Boekie Woekie, books by artists, founded in 1986, is Europe’s oldest, entirely self-financing venue for artists’ books which carries books regardless to their author's fame.
    • CasCo - Office for Art, Design and Theory
      CasCo was founded in 1990 in Utrecht as a platform for experimental art. Since 1996, CasCo has developed a critical programme that explores art in its physical, social, and political environment. CasCo’s projects take the form of publications, discussions, workshops, or exhibitions. CasCo has also sporadically published its own magazine, CasCo Issues.
    • 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.
    • Fw: Books
      Fw: is an independent organisation that initiates projects, publications, exhibitions, lectures and gatherings between photographers, writers and curators. Fw: was founded in 2004, and is based in Amsterdam (the Netherlands).
    • Girls Like Us
      GIRLS LIKE US is an independent journal turning the spotlight on an international expanding community of women from all genders within arts, culture and activism. Through personal stories, essays and vanguard visuals GIRLS LIKE US unfolds feminist legacies in arts and writing. Mixing politics with pleasure, the magazine is mapping new routes towards a feminist, post-gender future.
    • 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 an institution for reflection and communication. The foundation aims to question the parameters of our (designed) culture through research and presentations.
    • Post Editions
      post editions is a small independent publisher focusing on books that stand out through a daring graphic design component or something unexpected. post editions works in collaboration with artists, photographers, museums, art institutes, editors and graphic designers. The catalogue includes autonomous publications, theory books, magazines, artist's books and special editions.
    • 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, architecture, design, typography, and fashion. Valiz develops and produces critical, reflective books that attempt to explore the subject in a way that is fully in tune with it and to provide possible links with other disciplines.reflective, attractive books that attempt to explore the subject in a way that is fully in tune with it and to provide any possible links with other disciplines. Roughly speaking, the programme consists of two components: Books that are conceived and elaborated in close collaboration with artists, architects, photographers, designers and art institutes. Theory and texts on visual culture (art theory, architecture theory, reflection on everyday images, artists’ texts.
    • 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
      Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art (Rotterdam, NL) explores developments in contemporary art worldwide and presents this through exhibitions, publications and educational programs. This year's feature is WdW Review (eds. Adam Kleinman, Defne Ayas, Virginie Bobin, Amira Gad), our new online platform (wdwreview.org) organized around several international Desks; a series of framed debates; critical essays, and speculative image readings.
  • New Zealand

    • DDMMYY
      DDMMYY is a design studio and publishing label based in Auckland, New Zealand. We create publications and prints in collaboration with like-minded artists, galleries and institution. We also edit, design and publish an arts and culture magazine called 'Le Roy,' launching at the NY Art Book Fair 2013.
  • Philippines

  • Poland

    • Bęc Zmiana Foundation
      The Bęc Zmiana Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that supports interdisciplinary events in the field of art, architecture, design, experimental music, and alternative economy. The Foundation also operates as a publisher boasting a high volume of releases, including magazines, books, guides and maps. Participation is made possible by the Polish Cultural Institute New York.
    • Worst Magazine Ever
      “The Worst Magazine Ever” is a self-published art periodical of absurd and grotesque character, founded and run by artist Maryna Tomaszewska. Each issue has a different theme and format. Contributors to the magazine are Polish and international artists, critics, journalists. The magazine has been shown at art book fairs in London, New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo.
  • Portugal

    • Cine Qua Non
      Cine Qua Non is an arts magazine of the University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies that focuses critical attention on the relationships among diverse forms of art practice and production. Our editorial approach gathers artists and researchers, perparing essaye, chronicles, biographical and autobiographical materials, art statements, or manifestos.
  • Slovenia

    • Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E.
      Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. is an independent cultural producer and publisher, operating for the past 16 years in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In 2004 we launched a new program focused on artist books and editions and recently collaborated with known local and international artist and artist group as: Sanja Ivekovic, Mladen Stilinovic, OHO, Temporary Services, Jasper Fabricious...Our artist book program is focused on education, presentation and new production of artist books and artist editions.
  • Spain

    • múltiplos
      múltiplos is a Barcelona based structure for the dissemination and distribution of artists’ publications. It works as an online bookshop stocking international publications, as a distributor –specializing in the ones from Spain, Portugal and South America- and as an office conceiving and producing projects and workshops related somehow to artists’ publications.
  • Sweden

    • Libraryman
      Libraryman is a Stockholm (SE) based photo book publisher, design studio and producer of short films. Founded in 2008 by Tony Cederteg with the principle of releasing limited edition photo books from the company's own initiative. Up to this point Libraryman has initiated and published books by artists such as Viviane Sassen, Hal Hartley, Ron Jude, Sayo Nagase, Gerry Johansson, Lee Ranaldo & Leah Singer, Torbjørn Rødland, Blommers/Schumm, Mikael Olsson, Ola Rindal among others - and screened/been in competition with their short films at prestigious film festivals around the world.
  • Switzerland

    • Boabooks
      Izet Sheshivari has been making books since 2003. Primarily working as an artist, he founded Boabooks in 2008 to develop a practice of critical engagement with bookworks for our digital age. 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. Once created, each book takes on its own identity, referring the reader to countless disciplines, experiences, subjects and themes. Going beyond such postmodernist conceptions of the book format however, Boabooks exists as a distinctive diving board for critical thinking.
    • Centre d'édition contemporaine (CEC)
      The Centre d’édition contemporaine is an institution dedicated to production and promotion of contemporary editions and exhibitions, bringing together the specific fields of edition and contemporary art. We've worked lately with Philippe Decrauzat, Trisha Donnelly, Sylvie Fleury, David Hominal, Aaron Flint Jamison, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Oscar Tuazon and Jeffrey Vallance.
    • ECAL (Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne)
      The Master in Art Direction (MAAD) is part of ECAL/Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne in Switzerland. The programme focuses on contemporary editorial practices, it encourages students to create, commission, select and arrange content.
    • 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
      Edition Patrick Frey works in close collaboration with authors, mainly Swiss but from other countries as well. Its mission is to provide young artists in particular with a platform for their début publications. At present, six to eight books are produced annually, with a focus on photography, art, and studies of everyday and popular culture.
    • Edizioni Periferia
      The books, editions, videos and DVDs represent an engaging palette of interests addressed by internationally renowned artists. Our publications are self-contained works, issued in small, usually limited and often numbered editions. Their subject matter may be a work of art, an installation, a performance or a theory, which the artists wish to preserve for posterity. Co-designed by the artists, they are works of art in themselves, which - in contrast to works for exhibitions - enjoy the privilege of being analyzed in accompanying theoretical and philosophical essays by renowned writers. It goes without saying that our publications and editions are produced with uncompromising care. In our program you will find- among other- books and editions by Dieter Roth, Erwin Wurm, Urs Lüthi, Markus Raetz, Balthasar Burkhard, Steiner&Lenzlinger, etc.
    • Geneva University of Art and Design [HEAD–Genève]
      Geneva University of Art and Design puts a strong emphasis on artist's books and different forms of individual and collective book production and publishing practices. A number of recent editions by HEAD–Genève will be shown.
    • Hakuin Verlag
      The Hakuin Publishing Company was founded in the year 2009. It's the result of the collaboration between artists from Hamburg (GER) and Zurich (SUI). The company was founded in order to publish independently the collective's and it's friends self-determined own ideas.
    • JRP|Ringier
      With more than 600 titles in active distribution and an exclusive selection of special and limited editions, JRP|Ringier (based in Zurich) is one of the leading contemporary art publishing companies in Europe and the USA, always pursuing ambition to weigh in on the current cultural debates by publishing, the artists, writers, and curators whose works, we believe, will leave their mark on our culture.
    • Kodoji Press
      Kodoji Press is an independent publishing project focused on young contemporary art and photography, based in Baden, Switzerland.
    • Nieves
      Nieves is an independent publishing house based in Zurich, Switzerland. Founded in 2001, Nieves' focus is on publishing Artist Books and Zines.
    • 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.
    • Swiss Federal Office of Culture
      The Swiss Federal Office of Culture organizes the competition ‘The Most Beautiful Swiss Books’ on an annual basis. It thereby recognizes excellence in the field of book design and production, as well drawing attention to remarkable and contemporary books by Swiss designers, printers and publishers.
  • Taiwan

    • Lovely Daze
      Lovely Daze is a contemporary art journal founded by Charwei Tsai in 2005 and is published twice a year in limited editions. Past contributors range from Yoko Ono, Vito Acconci, AA Bronson to artists who have never been published previously. In addition to the publication, Lovely Daze produces performances working with artists such as Hisham Bharoocha Japanther, Lizzi Bougatsos and New Humans.
  • United Kingdom

    • 20th Century Art Archives
      With over 25 years experience in the firld, 20th Century Art Archives (UK) are specialist dealers and consultants on Artist archives and rare and elusive artist books and ephemera. We will be showing classic out of print artist books, ephemera, periodicals and archival material. Please stop to view our stand.
    • Afterall
      Afterall focuses on contemporary art and its relation to a wider artistic, theoretical and social context. Afterall journal includes in-depth analysis of artists' work, along with essays on art history and critical theory, and is published alongside the Critical Readers, Exhibition Histories and One Work series.
    • 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 8th issue. Our books include Nein, Onkel, More Cooking with Cooners, LDN, Silvermine and The Holy Bible. We are currently working on projects with Cristina de Meddel and Bruce Gilder.
    • Bedford Press
      Bedford Press was initiated by the Architectural Association (AA), London in 2008 as a publishing imprint that seeks to develop contemporary models of publication practice. New titles launched this year will include 'Ahali', edited by Can Altay; 'Contestations: Learning From Experiments in Education', edited by Tim Ivison & Tom Vandeputte; and our first ebook releases, including the 'Civic City Cahier' series.
    • Book Works
      Established in 1984, with the mission to disseminate visual art practice to as wide and diverse an audience as possible, Book Works is a contemporary visual arts publisher, based in London. In addition to our main activity of book publishing, we also produce text-based works, installations, multiples, videos and new media projects.
    • 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.
    • BUTT Magazine
      Since 2001, BUTT Magazine has been profiling the most interesting homosexual artists, musicians, designers, garbage men, construction workers, filmmakers and dj's from all around the world.
    • Chopped Liver Press
      CHOPPED LIVER PRESS publishes limited edition books and posters by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin and other specially commissioned artists books.
    • Colophon
      Colophon is a London- and New York-based independent type foundry and publisher.
    • 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.
    • fourteen-nineteen
      fourteen-nineteen is a London based project focused on young photography, founded by Alex F. Webb and Lewis Chaplin. Through publications, events, an online gallery and other projects fourteen-nineteen aims to provide a sincere, engaging platform for interacting with the next generation of image-makers. Recent projects include London's Copeland Book Market.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • MACK
      Mack is a publisher of fine photography and art books.
    • Marcus Campbell Art Books
      We are a bookshop specialising in rare and second hand books on modern art, including artists books, illustrated books, periodicals and ephemera. We promote publishers in our shop with a variety of special events. Our shop is located next to Tate Modern and is open every day.
    • PICPUS
      PICPUS is a quarterly arts journal set up by Charles Asprey and Simon Grant in 2010. PICPUS is an eclectic celebration of art and artists, story-telling and pictures. We print on a sheet of A2, folded to A6. We choose to have no web presence.
    • Ridinghouse
      Ridinghouse is dedicated to publishing first monographs, artist projects, exhibition catalogues and anthologies of artist and critical writings. Established in 1995, the company currently publishes 14–16 books a year, which are distributed by Cornerhouse in the UK, Europe and Australasia and by RAM Publications + Distribution, Inc in the US.
    • Self Publish Be Happy
      The London-based organization Self Publish, Be Happy collects, studies and celebrates self-published photobooks through a programme of workshops, live events and on/offline projects. SPBH Editions has published books by artists Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Cristina De Middel, Brad Feuerhelm, Lorenzo Vitturi and Mariah Robertson.
    • Sims Reed
      Rare book dealer specializing in major illustrated books of the twentieth century, livres d’artistes, and contemporary books, editions and prints.
    • 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.
  • United States

      California

    • 2nd Cannons Publications
      2nd Cannons Publications is an artists' book publishing project by Los Angeles based artist Brian Kennon. We were recently referred to as an "old school" publisher which is weird. But maybe those new to being old always find it weird. Hardcore artists' books since 2005. Upcoming projects for Fall '13 include books by Carter Mull and Joel Kyack.
    • billy ocallaghan
      san francisco project-based artist self-publishing visual reports investigating some of the critical issues of our times (birds of america redacted, the gods sure are queer, owed to plants). & magical objects (rainbow accordions & introducing Hilary Pecis’ explosion(s)). & other zines (debut of hairlines/stupid hair). & notecards (with my mom).
    • CCOOLL
      CCOOLL is a California-based creative duo and part-time design studio focusing on collaborative projects and publications with a community of mysterious connections.
    • Christopher Kardambikis
      Christopher Kardambikis is exploring a science fiction mythology through drawings, prints and artist books. He has co-founded two artist book projects: Encyclopedia Destructica in Pittsburch and Gravity and Trajectory in Los Angeles. He lives in Los Angeles.
    • Dale Wittig
      Dale Wittig has been publishing Artist Books under his own and various fictitious names for the last quarter of a century. These works often deal with sex and politics and the politics of sex. He has worked with various artist groups, primarily with Cheap Art and the Small Free Inn.
    • Darin Klein & Friends
      Darin Klein & Friends present collaboratively produced, handmade, handsome book projects for your perusal and pleasure. 23 all-new artists' books are gathered in Box of Books, Vol. VI (edition of 150). KTCHN Cookbook is multi-format publication pack made in conjunction with Ryan Heffington's recent KTCHN performance in Los Angeles (edition of 200). Multiple issues of 21st Century Queer Artists Identify Themselves each include approximately 50 participants who sent in 100 copies of their own texts and images (editions of 100 ea.).
    • Deadbeat Club
      Deadbeat Club is an independent publishing group dedicated to the production of small run & limited edition publications rooted to 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.
    • 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.
    • FIST
      FIST is an advocate for positive social and cultural, individual and group empowerment. FIST works with book design, photography, dance—movement, sculpture and technology. FIST is 100% independently operated by founder, artist, graphic designer, photographer, dancer and publisher — Way Wza (b. 1986).
    • Golden Spike Press
      Golden Spike Press is a collaborative publishing project founded and operated in Los Angeles, California. We make small-run artists' books and multiples, largely produced with digital duplicators.
    • Goteblud
      Goteblud is a dealer of vintage fanzines and underground magazines, and publishers of Wuvable Oaf comic series.
    • Hamburger Eyes
      Hamburger Eyes started as a small zine in 2001 and has evolved into publishing zines, magazines, and books showcasing the work of photographers worldwide.
    • Hassan Rahim
      Hassan Rahim presents a showcase of recent publications by his artist book imprint Shabazz Projects and publications of various friends and collaborators
    • The Ice Plant
      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).
    • J&L Books
      J&L Books is a non-profit Atlanta/New York-based publisher of artists' books.
    • Leisure Labor
      Leisure Labor is an umbrella that hovers between the creation of form and distribution of information. We sit in the cross section of what are the acts of necessity and what are the frivolous acts of rebellion against routine. There is a passion for productivity, investigation, and an overarching theme of connectivity throughout work and life. At least, that is what we strive for. Est. 2012.
    • Louis M. Schmidt
      Louis M Schmidt > makes drawings > installations > artist books > photographs > and has an upcoming show at Park Life in San Francisco <> he also > curates exhibitions > writes > reads books > travels > rides skateboards > lives life > in Brooklyn, NY.
    • modlitbooks
      modlitbooks specializes in rare and out of print artists’ and photographers’ books, monographs and ephemera.
    • 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.
    • RAM Publications U.S.A.
      RAM Publications and Dist. is a publishing and distriution company specailizing in architecture, furniture, design, graphics, contemporary art and theory, popular culture, photography, poetry and literature, limited edition and CD-ROMS from Europe, U.S. and Japan.
    • siglio
      siglio is an independent press in Los Angeles 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.
    • TBW Books
      TBW Books is an independent photography book publishing company founded and run by Paul Schiek in Oakland, California. The company publishes book series featuring four artists as well as individual monographs. Artists published in the series include Jim Goldberg, Alec Soth, Marianne Mueller, Todd Hido, as well as others.
    • 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 to THE THING have included Miranda July, Allora & Calzadilla, Jonathan Lethem, Starlee Kine, Chris Johanson, James Franco, Dave Eggers, Mike Mills, and David Shrigley. Current and upcoming contributors include Tauba Auerbach, Ben Marcus, John Baldessari, and David Korty.

      Connecticut

    • Derringer Books
      Rare bookseller specializing in the visual arts, with emphasis on art, design, photography and artists’ publications. Member of the A.B.A.A.
    • Draw Down
      Draw Down Books is a small publishing house based in New England producing small and unique books with a focus on photography, graphic design, typography and architecture.
    • Yale School of Architecture
      Yale School of Architecture (New Haven) presents 16,392 Images That Matter to Architecture, a presentation of work from the 2008–12 seminar “Books and Architecture” organized by Luke Bulman.
    • 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 raisonnés, and much more.

      District of Columbia

    • Empty Stretch
      Empty Stretch is an independent publisher based out of Washington, DC. Founded in 2010, Aaron Canipe, Jordan Swartz, and Nathaniel Grann work to disperse and expose photography through online curation, gallery exhibitions, and book publications.
    • Martine Workman
      Martine Workman is a DC-based artist making books, drawings and animation. She has been participating in small press fairs across the country since 2004.

      Georgia

    • Burnaway
      BURNAWAY is an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing critical dialogue about the arts in Atlanta and the Southeast. BURNAWAY's mission is to champion these locations as vibrant creative communities through our online publication, annual print issue, critics residency program, and writing workshops. We're debuting our inaugural print issue, INTERIOR.

      Illinois

    • Clifton Meador
      Bookish books: experimental visual/verbal narrative forms.
    • Edie Fake
      Edie Fake is an artist and zine-maker living in Chicago.
    • Epicenter / JAB at Columbia College Chicago
      The Journal of Artists' Books (JAB) is the longest-standing journal devoted exclusively to artists’ books. Founded by Brad Freeman and Johanna Drucker in 1994, JAB has been published by the Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College Chicago since 2007. The Center's Epicenter imprint also publishes artists' books and exhibition catalogs.
    • Half Letter Press / Temporary Services
      Half Letter Press is a publishing imprint and an online store initiated by Temporary Services. Temporary Services is a group of three people (Brett Bloom, Salem Collo-Julin and Marc Fischer). We have published booklets and books as an element of our collaborative work since 1998.
    • Kendrick & Sarmiento
      Kendrick & Sarmiento seeks to facilitate the distribution and production of artist's books and other editions in the Chicago area.

      Kansas

    • 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.

      Maryland

    • brian cassidy, bookseller
      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.
    • Gary Kachadourian
      I make scale pencil drawings of objects that are then used for Xeroxed and laser printed books and posters. The posters are life-sized reproductions of the objects that are folded and sold at prices according to their size.
    • Rock & Rose
      Rock & Rose is a literary and style print magazine that aims to write the future based in Baltimore, MD.

      Massachusetts

    • The MIT Press
      The MIT Press publishes books in contemporary art, architecture, photography, new media and cultural studies.
    • Song Cave
      The Song Cave, a series of singular things, publishes poetry, essays, and prints.

      Michigan

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

      Minnesota

    • Little Brown Mushroom Books
      Established in 2008 by Alec Soth, Little Brown Mushroom (LBM) is a small publishing house located in St. Paul, Minnesota. Working closely with photographers, writers and designers, LBM is committed to experimenting with new ways of creating and distributing visual stories.

      New Jersey

    • Conveyor Arts
      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 reimagine the form and function of the contemporary photobook.
    • Heaven's Favorite Man + Wizard Skull
      We create zines and comics in many different styles that are all at once disgusting, sexy, heartbreaking, and enlightening. We believe that the accessibility and affordability of small press art books is essential in the de-alienation of the average person and their acceptance of art in general. We will have a wide selection of zines covering everything from beasts reflecting upon their existence in bathroom mirrors to sexualized fast food icons.

      New Mexico

    • photo-eye
      photo-eye, located in Santa Fe, NM, has been a leading source for art photography books since 1979. Specializing in signed, small press, limited editions, foreign titles and out-of-print books, photo-eye also features online auctions of rare and collectible photobooks from around the world. Explore our complete offerings at photoeye.com.

      New York

    • & amp ;
      The micro-press & amp ; archives and re-contextualizes fixed sets of cultural detritus—census data, abandoned paraphernalia, digital phlegm, etc.—into monthly pairings of print- and audio-zines.
    • 6 Decades Books
      6 Decades Books deals in rare artists' books and related material from 1960 to present.
    • 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 distribution network created by and for artists that make print-on-demand artists' books. Our aim is to help artists deliver their self-published books to the people interested in them.
    • Alden Projects
      Alden Projects presents a selection of rare Pop, Conceptual and other books, prints, multiples, and ephemera.
    • 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
      Andrew Roth in association with PPP Editions will present “Paperwork,” an exhibition of artists’ scrapbooks accompanied by the recent Paperwork: A Brief History of Artists’ Scrapbooks (2013). The exhibition will feature works by Brigid Berlin, Jimmy de Sana, John Evans, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Al Hansen, Richard Hawkins, Geoffrey Hendricks, Ray Johnson, Leigh Ledare, Gerhard Richter and Jean-Michel Wicker. As the title “Paperwork” suggests, this exhibition explores how contemporary artists have used the scrapbook to forge an intimate artistic identity, an informal view into the process of thinking that goes before making; the collecting that comes before facture. But the scrapbook can also be a finished work itself, in which the tightly conceived and carefully constructed sheets form a complete whole.
    • 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.
    • Art in America
      Current, provocative, comprehensive - art readers rely on Art in America's in-depth coverage every month. Our global editorial team explores the contemporary art world with expertise and passion, bringing our readers a 360° perspective on the art scene through engaging critical essays and profiles to thoroughly cover every angle of contemporary art today.
    • ARTBOOK | D.A.P.
      "In the Good Name of the Company: Artworks and ephemera produced by or in tandem with the Colby Printing Company" ARTBOOK | DAP, ForYourArt, and PictureBox will present a satellite exhibition, generously hosted by See.Me. This exhibition contains more than 200 posters spanning 40 years, including work by Ed Ruscha, Kathryn Andrews, Peter Coffin, Eve Fowler and Allen Ruppersberg. Organized by Jan Tumlir, Brian Roettinger and Christopher Michlig. See.Me is located at 26-19 Jackson Avenue, a five-minute walk from PS1.
    • Artforum / Bookforum
      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.
    • Arts and Sciences PROJECTS
      Arts & Sciences PROJECTS is a creative laboratory for emerging and established artists, curators, and other collaborators. We aim to provide a production and dissemination platform through independent publishing, an alternative project space, and temporary installations and performances.
    • 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 theInteractivist 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. At NYABF13, Badlands will premiere a small exhibition of drawings, diagrams and notes made by Hans Ulrich Obrist, accompanied by a limited edition zine which previews the works reproduced in his forthcoming book published by Badlands entitled Think Like Clouds (228 pages, softcover)
    • Benjamin Critton Art Dept.
      Benjamin Critton Art Dept. is an art and design practice/service.
    • Bidoun Magazine
      Bidoun is an international art and culture quarterly with a focus on the Middle East. Bidoun means “without” in Farsi and Arabic. It was created as a platform for ideas and an open forum for exchange, dialogue, and opinions through the art and culture of the Middle East and beyond.
    • Blind Spot
      Blind Spot is a non-profit publisher based in New York. Blind Spot magazine has been in publication since 1993 and is a semiannual image-only journal featuring new or unseen photo- based work by living artists. Issues of Blind Spot are often guest edited by contemporary artists. In 2011 we began the Blind Spot Series monographs which are small-run books of photographic suites presented in their entirety. In addition to our publishing programs we produce limited edition prints and organize live events.
    • 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.
    • bookdummypress
      bookdummypress is an online bookstore specialized in photobooks, artist publications, rare and out-of-print items and other in-print titles. Founded in 2011 by Victor Sira and Shiori Kawasaki.
    • Booklyn Artists Alliance
      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 Publishing
      Capricious handpicks new and unestablished photographic talents, introducing them to a dense and vast market. While doing so, it explores the trends of the current generation of photographers. Each issue is committed to connecting photography communities internationally, thus creating a global network and slowly dissolving borders through our common visual tool, photography.
    • Center for Book Arts
      The Center for Book Arts promotes active explorations of both contemporary and traditional artistic practices related to the book as an art object. The Center seeks to facilitate communication between the book arts community and the larger spheres of contemporary visual and literary arts, while being a model organization locally, nationally, and internationally within the field.
    • Center for Editions at Purchase College, SUNY / Warren Lehrer
      The Center for Editions at Purchase College, SUNY, enables the creation of new print works/books by artists-in–residence, faculty, and students. Warren Lehrer is a writer, book artist, and professor at the college. He will feature his new book, A Life In Books: the Rise and Fall of Bleu Mobley.
    • Cinders
      Cinders is a project-based, nomadic non-profit art gallery from Brooklyn, NY. Since its inception in 2004, Cinders has curated countless exhibitions and has carried a carefully selected group of handmade zines and artist books in addition to publishing books and prints under their own Cinders Press Imprint.
    • Dashwood Books
      Dashwood Books is New York City’s only independent bookstore devoted entirely to photography.
    • David Kennedy Cutler + Sara Greenberger Rafferty
      Paper Cuts: Artists David Kennedy Cutler and Sarah Greenberger Rafferty present a new project of art at the margins. Posters, multiples, accessories, books, tests, samples, cast-offs, and studio stuff. Curiosities made by a selected gang of fellow makers.
    • Desert Island
      Desert Island is a bookstore and publisher in Brooklyn focused on illustrated books. Through our imprint we have published books by Kate Beaton, Heather Benjamin, Tony Millionaire, and many others. We also produce a free quarterly newsprint comics anthology called Smoke Signal, which is widely available in the New York area (and through our website).
    • Dia Art Foundation
      A nonprofit institution founded in 1974, Dia Art Foundation is internationally renowned for initiating, supporting, presenting, and preserving art projects.
    • Dirty Looks NYC
      Dirty Looks NYC is a platform for queer experimental film and video based in New York City. In addition to staging regular screenings, Dirty Looks contributes to the publication and dissemination of scholarly work addressing issues of queer representation, historiography and moving image culture.
    • Dispatch
      Dispatch offers a model for curatorial production: an office for receiving and originating exhibitions, projects, and concepts. This year, in addition to Dispatch's limited edition artist Portfolio Projects, Dispatch will feature presentations by Halmos and Table of Contents.
    • e-flux
      Initiated in late 2008, e-flux journal is an online publication on art and theory, available in a self-published, print-on-demand format, and through a series of books co-published with Sternberg Press, Berlin. Recent titles in its reader series include Boris Groys, Going Public; What Is Contemporary Art?; and Are You Working Too Much? Post-Fordism, Precarity, and the Labor of Art.
    • Ed. Varie
      Once home to one of the first anarchist bookstores in Manhattan, then followed by nearly a decade acting as gallery and studio to East Village artists, the storefront that Ed. Varie occupies is a seasoned alternative art venue. Ed. Varie is an independently owned and operated non-profit artists' space that hosts a contemporary artists' book shop, gallery shows, creative offices, installations, and programming that includes publication launches, creative meetings, and community based events. Our book stock is focused on recent contemporary artists' publications from New York and around the world.
    • Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI)
      Founded in 1971, Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) is the leading nonprofit resource for video art. EAI’s core program is the international distribution of a major collection of over 3,500 new and historical media works by artists. EAI fosters the creation, exhibition, distribution and preservation of video art and digital art.
    • Family Friend
      A person whom your parents know, from that job they had back in the day, whom they've never been able to shake off. This person continually reappears at social gatherings involving other family friends, who all seem to just orbit the periphery of your parents' lives for years and years.
    • FAQNP
      FAQNP's A Queer Nerd Publication is a magazine about and for queer nerds, who feel outside the mainstreaming of queer culture.
    • Fascinations
      Fascinations represents urban, contemporary street photography in the United States. My photos depict intense, everyday life in LA, NY and the Bay. I focus on worlds rarely represented by mainstream media.
    • Filip Noterdaeme
      The Stein Shrine: A tribute in words and images to Gertrude Stein, America's "homme de lettres, homme not femme" (Virgil Thomson), in celebration of the 80th anniversary of her memoir, The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (Harcourt Brace, 1933). Filip Noterdaeme is the founder and director of the Homeless Museum of Art (HOMU), a pastiche of the contemporary art museum. He lives in New York City, where he teaches art history at the New School, New York University, and CUNY, lectures at the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum, and writes a blog about art for The Huffington Post. His conceptual memoir, The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart, written in the style of Gertrude Stein's The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, was published by OUTPOST19 in March 2013.
    • Fluens Forlag
      Fluens Forlag is a publisher of artist books and catalogues based in Brooklyn, New York. Founded in 1994 by artist Jasper Sebastian Stuerup, "the fly's publishing company" continues to publish the work of Stürup as well as occasional collaborations with other artists.
    • For the Common Good
      For The Common Good produces books, artist editions and multiples, with an interest in making available rare and recondite materials. The primary focuses are photography and fine art.
    • Fulton Ryder
      Inside, insight, inner experience, inspiration, inner trips, inner voices, invisibility, into it, in step, in crowd, Inside Daisy Clover, industrial revolution, see through.
    • 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.
    • Gigantic
      Founded in 2008, Gigantic is a Brooklyn-based magazine of short prose, art, and interviews. Featuring unique formats for every issue, Gigantic is an annual periodical that is also a coherent object: thematic, artful, surprising, as well as highly affordable, costing between three and eight dollars an issue.
    • 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.
    • Gypsé Eyes
      Gypsé Eyes is a publication that explores love and sex through art, design, photography and writing. Published in limited runs, with and an emphasis on theme, design and curation we strive to make each issue a unique printed object.
    • Hannah Mandel
      Hannah Mandel is an artist and writer, making publications in New york about the limitations and nuances of language, memorialization, and imagery.
    • 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 house with a focus on artists' books and catalogues.
    • Heather Benjamin
      Heather Benjamin is a Brooklyn-based artist. She has been self-publishing numerous zines and publications of her own work for years, and has had her first two paperback collections of work published by outside publishers in the past year, entitled "Sad Sex" and "Exorcise Book". She is currently working on producing a new body of work for a few upcoming exhibitions, including her solo debut in Brooklyn this Fall, as well as several new book projects for various publishers.
    • 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. Forthcoming titles include Forest Hills by Bill Sullivan and Justin James Reed's second HTP publication, Mystic Places.
    • ICP/Bard MFA Program
      Founded in 2003, the program trains photographers not only in the making of images but also how to support and foster the work of themselves and their peers through writing, curating, and publishing. It combines the best aspects of apprenticeship, fieldwork and classroom training into an MFA experience unlike any other.
    • IIIII Columns
      IIIII Columns is a framework to develop & proliferate expanded notions of architectural thought & practice. It is about going beyond contemporary venerations of novelty & power, examining architecture & architecture making as an element of our wider collective and political lives.
    • Independent Curators International (ICI)
      Since 2010, 20 ICI exhibitions have been presented by 147 venues in 29 countries profiling the work of over 615 artists worldwide; 187 curators and artists from the U.S. and abroad have contributed to ICI’s talks programs, online journal, and conferences; and 187 curators from 47 countries and 20 U.S. states have participated in the Curatorial Intensives.
    • Instigator
      Instigator produces zines, editions and objects. Influenced by Dada, Pop and the New York Post, Instigator wants to urge, start, ignite, advocate and goad the viewer to stop, drop and laugh. Operated by Paul Weston.
    • Interference Archive
      Exploring the relationship between cultural production and social movements. This work manifests in public exhibitions, a study center, talks, screenings, publications, workshops, and on-line presence.
    • j. morrison
      Brooklyn based artist's new screenprints, multiples and ephemera.
    • James Prez
      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 + Stefan Marx + Eric Elms
      Books, drawings, posters, prints, records, paintings, and other ephemera from Eric Elms, Stefan Marx, and Jason Polan.
    • Jean-Noël Herlin
      International 1945-present: artists' books and multiples, periodicals, posters, exhibition catalogues, F M R A (French for ephemera) and documents: painting, sculpture, architecture and design, photography, video, performance art, mail art, music, dance and soundworks.
    • Journal of Aesthetics and Protest / Sound & Language Distribution
      The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest was founded around 2000 in Los Angeles as a collaborative, interdisciplinary, activist art and media project. The Journal publishes the eponymous periodical as well as books, organizes exhibitions and events. Since moving to Germany in 2009, the Journal and JOAAP press have been distributed in North America by Sound and Language Distribution, an online bookstore and distribution for printed matter and recordings, owned and operated by Alexis Bhagat, and based in Richard Kostelanetz's Wordship II.
    • K48 / Scott Hug
      K48 (Scott Hug, editor/publisher) and other miscellaneous artist's books (by Scott Hug).
    • KARMA
      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
      Screen printing fine art editions, books and apparel in Brooklyn since 1998.
    • Kingsboro Press
      The Kingsboro Press runs out of New York and Los Angeles, and is helmed by Daniel Wagner and Megan Plunkett. It focuses on raw art, theory, and literature. It is non-thematic and publishes unique, self-produced records, books, tapes, and journals, and exhibits internationally.
    • Knowsgay
      Knowsgay is a free-form collaborative project created by Paul Moreno and Charlie Welch which debuted at the L.A. Art Book Fair in February, 2013. Knowsgay produces small limited edition artworks and publications with a dark, funny, hand-made queer sensibility.
    • Library of the Printed Web
      Library of the Printed Web is a collection of works by artists who use screen capture, image grab, site scrape and search query to create printed matter from content found on the web. LotPW includes self-published artists’ books, photo books, texts and other print works gathered around the casual concept of "search, compile and publish.
    • Limited Time Only
      LIMITED TIME ONLY invites you to join them for the next installment of the popular "choose-your-own-adventure" book arts event hosted as part of the MoMA PS1 Book Fair September 20-22, 2013 in Long Island City, New York. In the fourth edition of this continued series, LTO invites another fabulous roster of New York artists and writers to contribute very limited edition printed materials, and attendees then curate their own magazine or booklet content, and B-Y-O-creative-vision. Paying homage to the histories of literature, art, book-art, found art, flea markets, and book fairs, MAD-LIB[rary] provides an alternative from the glossy, pre-packaged culture of mass media. LTO partner Feminist Press will also have a selection of graphic and artist books available for purchase.
    • Little Big Man
      Little Big Man is a New York based publishing house specializing in the creation of unique and strictly controlled editions of artist books and projects. From shorter experimental editions to fully formed publications, Little Big Man is dedicated to exploring the intersection where photography adn contemporary art meet.
    • Luaka Bop
      Luaka Bop is a record label started by David Byrne. Our goal is plumb the line between what is obscure and what is accessible. We are about to release music from William Onyeabor, an African electronic musician who refuses to talk about himself or his work. Who he is is up to the listener.
    • Maia Ruth Lee + Peter Sutherland
      Peter Sutherland and Maia Ruth Lee are NYC based artists. They work mainly with photography, painting, and artist books. Please visit their booth. NAMASTE.
    • Marian Goodman
      Prior to the establishment of the gallery, Marian Goodman founded Multiples, Inc. in 1965, publishing editions by leading artists, such as Joseph Bueys, Marcel Broodthaers and Claes Oldenburg. The gallery will be showcasing a selection of multiples from this period as well as more recent publications by John Baldessari, Julie Mehretu, Gabriel Orozco, Gerhard Richter and Thomas Struth, among others.
    • 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.
    • 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 print publication founded in 2010 by Matthew Leifheit as a platform for new ideas, focusing on emerging photography. MATTE features one artist per issue, is printed in full color, and there are no ads.
    • Miniature Garden
      Miniature Garden is a publishing project that focuses on collaboration.
    • MoMA PS1
      MoMA PS1 is one of the oldest and largest non-profit contemporary art institutions in the United States. An exhibition space rather than a collecting institution, MoMA PS1 devotes its energy and resources to displaying the most experimental art in the world.
    • Mossless
      Mossless is a small-scale photography book publisher. The first issue of its magazine will be on sale, as well as three new handmade photography books, one of which is a collaboration with Laurie Kang, which will see its release at the fair.
    • New Observations
      The seminal periodical, started in the early 1980s art scene of downtown New York, is beginning its’ 3rd incarnation. New Observations has 128 back issues on the shelves at Printed Matter bookstore. Back in the hands of artists, the publication continues scouting guest editors and contributors covering today's viewpoints!
    • New York Year Zero
      New York Year Zero is a radical collective that, among other activities, makes zines: a cut-and-pasted history of police violence in East Harlem, a typewritten dispatch amidst the ruins of Sandy, a compendium of cats attacking cops. All draw heavily—sometimes completely—from primary source documents and other archival materials.
    • The Newsstand
      The Newsstand is a collaboration with Alldayeverday and the 8-Ball Zine Fair, taking over the magazine stand located in Brooklyn’s Lorimer Avenue subway station. Promoting independent media, it features a wide selection of small-press zines and magazines, along with artist multiples, exclusive commissions and limited-edition box sets. Our curation at the fair is bringing you a selection of our favorite offerings at the stand.
    • NOAH LYON / RETARD RIOT
      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.
    • NOWORK
      NOWORK make anonymous, collaborative publications relating to New York City. We focus on photographic material taken or found in public space.
    • Original Plumbing
      Original Plumbing is the premier magazine for FTM transsexuals. OP documents diversity within trans male culture and lifestyles through photographic portraits + essays, personal narratives + interviews.
    • OSMOS
      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 Güreş: Who is the Subject," "Glen Rubsamen: Rhynchophorus Ferrugineus," and "Marcelo Krasilcic: 1990s." OSMOS is directed by Cay Sophie Rabinowitz.
    • Packet Biweekly
      Packet is a biweekly publication printed in Brooklyn.
    • Paper Monument
      Paper Monument is a print journal of contemporary art published in association with n+1 and designed by Project Projects.
    • PAPER WORK NYC
      PAPER WORK NYC provides collectors of art with a legitimate voice. We offer inspiration in the world of rare zines and prints. We collaborate with independent artists to bring you the stuff that moves us. PAPER WORK NYC prides itself on openness and innovation from the Artist to the collector.
    • Parts & Labor Books
      Parts & Labor Books, established in 2012, is a small art book publisher based out of Minneapolis, MN and New York, NY. The Parts & Labor team is Jenny Tondera, Charlie B. Ward and Jason Polan.
    • Pau Wau Publications
      Pau Wau Publications is an independent publishing collective dedicated to the production of small run & limited edition publications of contemporary photography.
    • Paul Mpagi Sepuya
      Paul Mpagi Sepuya is a Brooklyn-based visual artist making portraiture and related works in photography, video and print (zines, books, and other collaborations).
    • Paula Cooper Gallery
      Paula Cooper Gallery opened in 1968 in Soho and now maintains two exhibition spaces in Chelsea. The gallery will be opening a third space (a pop-up) next to Printed Matter on 10th Avenue. The inaugural exhibition will be a one-person show by Alan Shields. Represented artists with recent publications include: Tauba Auerbach, Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, Sherrie Levine, Christian Marclay, Walid Raad, Rudolf Stingel, Kelley Walker and Dan Walsh. The gallery also established a CD label, Dog W/A Bone.
    • Peradam
      Peradam is a publishing group specializing in small-run artist books. Each book is designed and produced in collaboration with the artist.
    • Picture Magazine
      Picture Magazine's ambition is to freshly re-engage the notion of photography in print. Each issue features portfolios—by artists young and old, emerging and established—complemented by a series of written pieces dealing, in one way or another, with photography as tradition and object.
    • PictureBox
      PictureBox is a Grammy-award-winning publishing company based in Brooklyn. PictureBox has published books, zines, comic books and prints since 2002 with a focus on documenting contemporary visual culture. Recent books include "Drawings" by Chris Martin, "Nudity Today", and "Contact High". Debuting at NYABF this year is "Thought Process", a collection of images by Carroll Dunham.
    • PIN-UP
      Magazine for Architectural Entertainment.
    • PINUPS
      Pinups is a periodical transformable from book to poster. Each issue consists of images from a single male nude pictorial. A large halftone portrait is divided by page size and scattered among full-page images throughout the pagination. Large dot patterns appear abstract in book form but coalesce to reveal a giant portrait in poster form. Created by Christopher Schultz.
    • Point of Contact
      Point of Contact (PUNTO DE CONTACTO) was founded in 1975 to publish creative scholarship and original art, providing a cross-disciplinary space for new and world-renown writers, artists and scholars.
    • Primary Information
      Primary Information is a non-profit organization specializing in the publication of historical and contemporary artists' books and writings.
    • 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.
    • Project Projects
      Project Projects is an award-winning multidisciplinary design studio in New York. Combining writing, editing, publishing, curating, and design in a variety of experimental configurations, the studio’s output includes independent publications, artists’ editions and multiples, and large-scale monographs and catalogues, as well as the Inventory Books paperback imprint.
    • Purchase College, SUNY: Center for Editions
      The Center for Editions enables the creation of new print work by artists-in-residence, faculty, staff, and students. In addition to traditional printmaking and photographic processes, the Center supports offset and letterpress printing, houses the Pforzheimer collection of historic type, and provides a vast array of digital technology for large-format printing, digital publishing, and experimental work.
    • QUEEROCRACY
      QUEEROCRACY is an activist organization cultivating the leadership of queer folks and people living with HIV/AIDS in NYC. Through direct action organizing, membership led advocacy campaigns, educational trainings and political art and media we challenge and fight back against the existing structures that thrive on the punishment of positive and queer folks. QUEEROCRACY is dedicated to ending the AIDS crisis and the stigma, discrimination and criminalization that fuel its existence.
    • Richardson Magazine
      Since 1997, New York City-based Richardson Magazine has examined the intersection of art, sex and culture. Richardson will soon expand its scope to include monographs, special projects, and zines.
    • ScottatúkS
      ScottatúkS is a contraction of Scott [McCarney] and skúta [Helgason], two artists who have worked synchronously for over 30 years with photography, books, prints, correspondence and related media. Both artists utilize life's intervention and the frequently overlooked details of day-to-day living in their art making process. Time is refracted in their books as discreet moments unbound by daily existence.
    • Secret Behavior
      Secret Behavior is a new publication focused on contemporary art and the human condition. We showcase art in an intimate manner, review work that has personal relevance and pair new writers with emerging artists. The premier issue, focused on Anonymity, is 132 pages and beautifully printed on 8”x11” uncoated stock. Secret Behavior is the vision of NYC based artist and curator James Gallagher and was inspired by his blog Secret Behavior of Human Beings. The booth will also showcase limited art, handmade books and unique publications by many of the featured artists. Including a limited print by Jordan Sullivan made exclusively for Issue 1. Plus publications by Jesper Fabricius, Tom de Pékin, Julien Langendorff and Misha Hollenbach.
    • 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.
    • The Serving Library
      THE SERVING LIBRARY is a cooperatively-built archive that assembles itself by publishing. It consists of 1. an ambitious public website; 2. a small physical library space; 3. a publishing program which runs through #1 and #2.
    • Showpaper
      Showpaper is a nonprofit, volunteer-run newsprint publication that promotes upcoming all-ages music events in the Tri-State Area, encompassing the exploding underground and DIY show scene. In addition, each issue features full-color artwork, doubling as a fold-out poster, as well as an informational object. Showpaper will be roaming the fair putting on specials, so keep your eyes peeled!
    • Stephen McClintock
      Riding the train, a older couple sits across from me. The man peeks under a seat, notices a bag. Picks it up and unwraps it. It was a machete. Looks at me holding it and says "this was ment for someone". Shop lifters Unite and Senior Prom. Dont Get Caught and a voyeuristic approach to sexual encounters.
    • Swill Children
      Swill Children is an umbrella encompassing many projects. In addition to facilitating a small press and record label, projects include _ Quarterly, an obsolescence-themed publication, and Paperweight, a collective website dedicated to hosting a critical dialogue on, and providing resources for, independent publishing.
    • Tauba Auerbach + Dan Walsh
      As enthusiastic makers of books—frustrated by the difficultly of making them affordably—we had a conversation that ended in a challenge and a handshake: make four publications that cost under $400. The project also prompted Tauba to formalize her publishing habit into an imprint, Diagonal Press.
    • thingsthatfall
      thingsthatfall is an artists' collective dedicated to investigating the political economy of art, and celebrating the vital role that direct commerce plays in making contemporary art more pleasurable, more accessible, and more subversive.
    • Tomota Ikawa + Yunmi Nam
      Tomota Ikawa is a filmmaker and photographer, working in Tokyo and New York City, where he resides. Capturing candid moments of everyday daily life, his emphasis is focused on the youthful essence of today’s culture. His on the spot, instant approach of documenting life, portrays a subtle sense of humor. Yunmi Nam is a fashion designer and artisan, based in New York City. Inspired by indefinite natural images, her work captures spontaneous moments in life such as reflections of sunlight through water and casts of unshaped shadows. A collaboration of her photographs and mixtures of vintage materials are translated into her designs.
    • Triple Canopy
      Triple Canopy is a magazine based in New York. Since 2007, Triple Canopy has advanced a model for publication that encompasses digital works of art and literature, public conversations, and books. This model hinges on the development of publishing systems that incorporate networked forms of production and circulation. Working closely with artists, writers, technologists, and designers, Triple Canopy produces projects that demand considered reading and viewing. Triple Canopy resists the atomization of culture and, through sustained inquiry and creative research, strives to enrich the public sphere.
    • Ugly Duckling Presse
      Ugly Duckling Presse is a nonprofit art and publishing concern whose mission is to produce artisanal and trade editions of new poetry, translation, experimental prose, performance texts, and books by artists. UDP endeavors to create an experience of art free of expectation, coercion, and utility.
    • US Collective
      Us is a decentralized design collective currently based in Los Angeles / Austin / New York City/ Amsterdam / World Wide. Us is about investigating the meaning of collaboration; beyond traditional notions of face-to-face working models. Us is a space for experimentation + creating work that engages different levels, forms, and communities. Us is Tom Ahn + Nic Sanchez +Ramon Tejada.
    • 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 will be books, periodicals and ephemera, circa 1960s-2000s in our areas of specialty. Our presentation will include material from the collection of the late John McWhinnie by arrangement with his estate.
    • Visual Studies Workshop Press
      Visual Studies Workshop Press was founded by Joan Lyons in 1971. Since then, VSW has published around 500 artists' books and critical titles in photography, film and video, and artists' books. Each year VSW Press invites several artists to be residents and create a book for publication.
    • VUU
      VUU is an independent artist collective + publisher based in Brooklyn, New York, with an emphasis on photography.
    • White Columns
      Founded in 1970 as 112 Greene Street, White Columns remains New York's oldest alternative art space.
    • World War 3 Illustrated
      WW3 Illustrated: Founded in 1980 by Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper, World War 3 Illustrated is a labor of love, run by a collective of artists working with the unified goal of creating a home for political comics, graphics and stories.
    • Zucker Art Books
      Zucker Art Books specializes in rare visual delicacies such as modern illustrated books, comtemporary artist books and editions, photography books, art deco and art nouveau books, 20th century architecture, botanical specimen books, and two unique collections on the subjects of nature printing and sea weed/algae.

      Oregon

    • Ampersand
      Ampersand is a gallery, specialty bookstore & printed matter archive located in Portland, Oregon. We are collectors, readers & believers in the promotion & preservation of visual culture, both high & low, past & present.
    • Container Corps
      Container Corps is a design studio, offset printshop, and bindery in Portland, Oregon that serves as a platform for the creation, distribution, and discussion of new arts publications. The books we seek to publish are collaborations between artists and their ideas and our skills as editors, publication designers, and printmakers. They are works of art in multiple, rather than documentation of works in other media. Our vertically integrated design/build studio allows ideas, materials, and technique to coalesce into a fully realized type of publication that conceptually engages with the form of the book and the processes of book production.
    • Division Leap
      Division Leap is a gallery underneath the bridge in the St. Johns neighborhood of Portland, Oregon devoted to archives, zines, ephemera, poetry, and secret histories. We have readings and exhibitions and publish things, sometimes. There’s printing equipment as well. This is the best way to find us - When Baltimore Avenue ends, turn right onto the railroad tracks. [Don’t worry, the right hand tracks are dead]. Follow the tracks as they curve behind the warehouses and down the alley – these tracks will lead you to our loading dock.
    • Monograph Bookwerks
      Monograph Bookwerks is a fine art book and object store in Portland, Oregon, focusing on modern and contemporary art and artists. For the fair, we are presenting a selection of artists' ephemera from the New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver, BC, gallery and art scenes of the 1960s and '70s, primarily relating to the fields of pop, minimalist, conceptual and land art, and including exhibition documents, posters, mail art, flyers and announcements.
    • 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.
    • Social Malpractice Publishing
      Social Malpractice Publishing is an artist-run label founded in 2009 by Sean Joseph Patrick Carney in Portland, OR.

      Pennsylvania

    • Bodega
      Bodega is a curatorial and publishing group established in 2010 and based in Philadelphia and New York. From 2010 to July 2013, Bodega operated a gallery in Old City Philadelphia at 253 North 3rd St.
    • Chad Muthard
      Chad Muthard is an artist primarily working in the medium of Photography. He will be releasing his debut publication "Follow My Lead After You" in alliance with the fair this year.
    • Daily Life Storage
    • Gottlund
      The Gottlund book house is an independent publishing project based in Los Angeles, California. Dedicated to producing artist books and limited edition multiples, our books follow a lineage while being innovative and forward thinking. Producing editions in house and by hand, we strive to have books communicate with utmost clarity the vision of their source.
    • Justseeds Artists' Cooperative
      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.

      Rhode Island

    • Headmaster Magazine
      Headmaster is the biannual art magazine for man-lovers. It is printed twice annually in a full-color, perfect-bound edition of 1,000 in Providence, Rhode Island.

      Vermont

    • Bread and Puppet Press
      Bread & Puppet Press publishes the booklets, programs, manifestos, calendars, posters and postcards of Bread & Puppet Theater’s founder, director and artist Peter Schumann, and prints, by hand, graphics, banners and letterpress books. The income helps support the work of Bread & Puppet Theater.
    • Bureau for Open Culture
      Bureau for Open Culture is an itinerant, non-profit curatorial initiative that receives support from institutions and foundations to make projects in dialogue with artists and writers.