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  • 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.
  • Arthur Fournier Fine & Rare
    Arthur Fournier Fine & Rare, LLC is an independent dealer of books, manuscripts, archives and collections in all fields and genres, with particular emphasis on music and the visual arts, cultural movements, disruptive technologies and societies in conflict. Based in Brooklyn since September 2014, we welcome visitors by appointment.
  • Division Leap
    A gallery and rare bookstore devoted to the preservation, exhibition and placement of archives and libraries related to art and social conflict. Through our exhibitions and publications we seek to involve other artists and the public in bringing attention to overlooked narratives to inform the future. We welcome visitors.
  • Harper’s Books
    Harper’s Books is a rare book store and art gallery, with locations in East Hampton and Manhattan. We specialize in rare photography, art, and literary books, with particular emphasis on association copies, landmark items in exceptional condition, and unique examples of work personalized by artists and writers. In addition, we handle artist archives and other ephemeral material.
  • steven harvey fine art projects
    Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects is a gallery on the Lower East Side.
  • VASTA
    VASTA is an international seller specializing in the body, the nude and the erotic arts. Focus for the fair will be artist’s books, periodicals, ephemera, sexpapers and vintage books, circa 1960s~2000s, all in our areas of specialty. The latest publication from Vasta Editions will be launched at NYABF18.

    Artist

  • Aaron Krach
    Aaron Krach saves rocks from oblivion, bottles vodka, paints with frogs, and puts wheels on books. He worries about history, time, and dying before things get better.
  • Andrew Jeffrey Wright
    Andrew Jeffrey Wright is a zine maker and printmaker, among other things, from Philadelphia’s Space 1026. Wright concentrates on ridiculous comics and wavey abstraction.
  • ARSSTAR2
    RATRASTSASRSS241, was founded in 2013 Brooklyn NY. ENJOY YOUR DAY!
  • Art Baby Girl
    Grace Miceli is an illustrator and curator. She runs the online exhibition space Art Baby Gallery and the clothing line Art Baby Girl.
  • BASEMENT
    Basement is a San Francisco based art collective whose practice span drawing, painting, printmaking, bootlegging, drawing, and collage.
  • BBruno
    AMBruno is a coalition of artists making books to a theme. On this occasion we will show selected works rather than one project and call ourselves BBruno (as in AMBruno's Brother).
  • Bill Burke
    Bill Burke is known for his artist's books, I Want To Take Picture, and Mine Fields, and many others.
  • Casey Deming
    Interdisciplinary artist whose work explores printmaking, publications, curation, sound art, and packaging design. For NYABF, Casey will debut new screen printed books with support from the McKnight Foundation, as well as risograph printed zines, small art prints, and textile-based work.
  • Celeste Fichter
    Celeste Fichter is a Brooklyn-based artist who makes books that incorporate found imagery with word play.
  • Christopher Clary
    Christopher Clary does art, sex, language, and media poorly. New for NYABF are two zines and a print of Kevin, a “dead” porn star.
  • Cody DeFranco / UDLI Editions
    Artist Living and Working in New York.
  • Emma Kohlmann
    Emma Kohlmann, b. New York City, 1989, currently lives and works in Western Massachusetts. Kohlmann has been publishing her own zines since 2011. Primarily works in watercolor and illustration.
  • Eric Timothy Carlson / Aaron Anderson
    Artist’s books, zines, and objects by Eric Timothy Carlson and Aaron Anderson.
  • Gravel Projects
    GRAVEL PROJECTS is an artist-run system featuring editions and publications. It was created to activate the aggregates and deposits that are produced during the formation of larger bodies of work and as a platform to invite collaborations. GRAVEL PROJECTS was founded by Audra Wolowiec.
  • HOMOCATS
    Created by Brooklyn artist J. Morrison in 2010, HOMOCATS is a visual art project appropriating the modern popularity of the feline. We aim to fight phobias, propose equal rights, combat cultural stereotypes, challenge social norms, and resist Trump.
  • Ian Giles
    NYABF presents the US premiere of ‘After BUTT’ by artist Ian Giles and launches the film’s accompanying print publication. The film and book feature interviews with the makers of ‘BUTT’ magazine, the iconic publication made by and for gay men in the early 2000s. Through first hand research and collaboration Giles explores the politics and practicalities of magazine making whilst questioning its presentations of race and gender. Ian is an inaugural recipient of the Shannon Michael Cane Award.
  • Jennifer Shear
    Jennifer Shear (b. 1987, Taipei) is an inter-disciplinary artist based in Los Angeles. Her work is an ongoing study of visual culture.
  • Mike Mandel and Chantal Zakari
    We are artists who are married and collaborate on making artist's books, oftentimes photo books. Mike Mandel is a conceptual photographer known for Evidence, The Baseball Photographer Trading Cards, and many others. Chantal Zakari is a socially engaged designer. Her artist's books include webAffairs, Lockdown Archive and Campaign.
  • Misaki Kawai
    New York-based Japanese artist Misaki Kawai creates playful books featuring drawings collected from her travels. Printed on colorful stock, the works incorporate 3D elements and decorative bindings including the liberal use of tassels and pom-poms. Childlike imagery and found objects are combined in whimsical collages that tell absurdist and endearing stories in a way all her own.
  • NOAH LYON
    NOAH LYON is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He has been making zines and artist books for over two decades and has been a fixture at the NY Art Book Fair since its inception in 2006.
  • Rand Paul
    Rand Paul is Rand Renfrow and Paul Windle, two artists that make zines, books and prints, among other things ;)
  • Redfoxpress & Antic-Ham
    Francis Van Maele and Antic-Ham run Redfoxpress in Achill Island, Ireland. In their silkscreen studio on the edge of the Atlantic they work intensively in collaboration, publishing artists' books and screen printed editions. Redfoxpress publish also a collection named "C'est mon dada" with works of visual poetry and Fluxus.
  • Sébastien Girard
    Sébastien Girard (b.1970) is an artist based in Toulouse, France.
  • Sergej Vutuc
    Since the mid 1990s Sergej Vutuc has been engaged in the punk and skateboarding community, creating zines as communication and expression medium of sharp and accessible way. Handmade with the question about the meaning of print in clashed with modern time and meaning of media, institutions and corporations in form of product and marketing. His publications float into new form, playfulness melting with his photography - process between chemical reactions, moments, scratching and other interferences, into never ending process.
  • Siam’s Guy Books
    Siam’s Guy Books is the publishing platform for all artist books, publications and special editions of French visual artist Tiane Doan na Champassak.
  • SPBH Editions
    Self Publish, Be Happy is an organization dedicated to shaping contemporary photography and visual culture through publishing, online and offline events, and education programmes. Its publishing house SPBH Editions challenges the traditional boundaries of bookmaking to realize exceptional artist projects in the form of limited edition publications, multiples, artefacts, prints and posters.
  • Stefan Marx
    Stefan Marx (*1979) is a Berlin based artist. His artist books are published by Nieves Books, Rollo-Press, Christoph Keller Editions/JRP Ringier and Dashwood Books — beside these releases he publishes regularly by himself. At the NYABF Marx shows various recent publications, vinyl records, editions, and original drawings. In 2012 Marx did a Printed Matter NYABF fundraising edition.
  • Thomas Sauvin
    Since 2009 I salvaged and collected a million negatives depicting the history of Chinese popular analogue photography. I thus intended to share this archive through photobooks that can be deemed as fine artistic objects. Playing with the traditional book’s format, I aim to emphasize on the uniqueness of this unlikely Chinese portrait. My artist book (Xian) and the five other photobooks (Until Death Do Us Part, Quanshen, Silvermine Albums, MeTV, and Six) have been collected by institutions such as the Tate and Getty Museum.
  • Todd Alden
    Alden Projects™ proposes a different kind of commercial gallery model: it is an exhibition, research, and publishing enterprise dedicated to presenting compelling contemporary art along side recent, historical art and its supplements
  • Tomoko Yamashita
    Tomoko Yamashita is graphic designer based in Tokyo. The 2D and 3D images are visually playful, through the juxtaposition of these simple images creates various shapes to bring about a fresh and never-before-seen visual experience.
  • Visible Publications
    Visible Publications is the imprint of visual artist Matt Borruso. Producing books and prints. Based in San Francisco, CA.

    Book Seller

  • 8 Ball Zines
    8 Ball Zines began as an independent art book fair in June 2012 at the Grand Billiard (R.I.P.) in Brooklyn. The fair, curated by Lele Saveri, now takes place twice a year (June and December) in New York City, relocating to a different billiard hall for every edition. Celebrating independent book publishers as well as self-publshed books on pool tables for one day, during which the fair is open and free to the public. Since April 2013, 8-Ball Crew started producing more books, zines, mix tapes, events, shops, zine libraries and the Newsstand, the first ever art-bookstore and project space existed in the underground system of NYC.
  • Art Metropole
    Art Metropole is an internationally renowned artist-run centre that promotes the appreciation of artist-initiated publishing in any media, especially those formats predisposed to sharing and circulation. Art Metropole specializes in the contextualization and distribution of artist’s books, multiples, and related materials, including innovative formats and emergent technologies.
  • brian cassidy, bookseller
  • DesapÊ
    The DesapÊ's uncollection is excited to present for its second participation at the NYABF a new selection of works focused at the Tropicalia Movement, Process Poem and Latin America VIsual Poetry, with artists such as Helio Oiticica, Lygia Clark, Lygia Pape and Torquato Neto. Also we will be lauching the collectors edition of the new book of Clemente Padin, “Vanguardia Poetica Latinoamericana.” Join us!
  • edition fink
    edition fink is an independent publishing house for contemporary art, founded by Georg Rutishauser 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.
  • KOMIYAMA TOKYO
    Since 1939, Komiyama Tokyo has succeeded to its tradition of selling varieties of vintage books and artworks in the town of Jimbocho, central Tokyo. Our store has focused particularly on vintage books of photography, Tokyo subculture, contemporary and urban art, as well as wide array of rare photo prints.
  • 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.
  • Perimeter Books
    Founded in 2011, Perimeter is a specialised bookstore, publisher, distribution house and platform for various art, photography, design, theory and experimental publishing endeavours in Melbourne, Australia. Its in-house imprint Perimeter Editions focuses on developing autonomous, artist-lead publications that seek to further articulate and extend content via thoughtful attention to design and form.
  • Press Press
    Press Press is an interdisciplinary publishing initiative based in Baltimore City. Press Press uses the form of publications (defined as any action which makes an object, situation or relationship public) to give form to works which would otherwise be inaccesible. At the NY Art Book Fair, Press Press will exhibit the remnants of our on-going public projects; publications produced by refugee youth in collaboration with Baltimore-based artists and activists; and our If I Ruled The World series, a publication based on the Nas classic, which gives insight into Baltimore's struggle for equity.
  • Spoonbill & Sugartown, Booksellers
  • UTRECHT
    UTRECHT is an art book shop in Shibuya, Tokyo. We sell books by artists and independent publishers around the world. UTRECHT is a co-organizer of TOKYO ART BOOK FAIR.

    Distributor

  • ABC Artists’ Books Cooperative
    ABC [Artistsʼ Books Cooperative] is an international group of artists seeking to create, engage, and communicate on issues concerning self-publishing. Group interactions are centered on book fairs, exhibitions, and our online forum, where we discuss all aspects of making and proliferating work.
  • bookdummypress
    An independent publishing company and a bookstore / project space that specializes in artist publications.
  • Dashwood Books
    Dashwood Books is New York City’s only independent bookstore devoted entirely to photography.
  • Fully Booked
    Fully Booked premiered in 2017 as the only art book fair in the United Arab Emirates. The intention of the fair is to foster meaningful cultural exchanges between regional and international artist publishers, as well as the cultural practitioners and visitors present in Dubai during Art Week. Now in its second year, Fully Booked has expanded its program to include a distribution model for artists' books and independent creative publishing from the MENASA region, supporting in their dissemination in North America. These titles are often rare, hard to find, or in limited distribution.
  • Grilli Type
    Grilli Type is an independent Swiss type foundry.
  • 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.
  • Library of the Printed Web
    Printed Web is a project by Paul Soulellis, encompassing a physical archive, research, teaching, and experimental publishing.
  • Motto Books
    Books, magazines, artists' publications and editions + events and exhibitions.
  • OMMU
    OMMU is a bookstore & publisher based in Athens, Greece established in 2010. We stock a range of rare and historic publications, posters and objects.
  • Press Press
    Press Press is an interdisciplinary publishing initiative based in Baltimore City. Press Press uses the form of publications (defined as any action which makes an object, situation or relationship public) to give form to works which would otherwise be inaccesible. At the NY Art Book Fair, Press Press will exhibit the remnants of our on-going public projects; publications produced by refugee youth in collaboration with Baltimore-based artists and activists; and our If I Ruled The World series, a publication based on the Nas classic, which gives insight into Baltimore's struggle for equity.

    Friendly Fire

  • Autonomedia
    Autonomedia is an autonomous zone for arts radicals in both old and new media. We publish books on radical media, politics and the arts that seek to transcend party lines, bottom lines and straight lines. We also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books we publish.
  • Bread & Puppet Press
    The Bread and Puppet Press has been active for over 50 years, with an emphasis on utilitarian applications of art such as protest, rumination and celebration. The press runs in tandem with Bread and Puppet's Cheap Art philosophy and practice, which continues to cry out: Art Is Not Business! Art Is Food! Art Soothes Pain! Art Wakes Up Sleepers! Art Is Cheap! Hurrah!
  • Guerrilla Girls
    The Guerrilla Girls are feminist masked avengers - we wear gorilla masks in public and use facts, humor and outrageous visuals to expose discrimination and corruption in politics, art, film, and pop culture. We believe in an intersectional feminism that fights for human rights for all people and all genders.
  • Half Letter Press / Temporary Services
    Half Letter Press is a publishing imprint and online store initiated by Temporary Services (Brett Bloom & Marc Fischer). We have published booklets and books as an element of our collaborative work since 1998. The distinction between art practice and other creative human endeavors is irrelevant to us.
  • Other Forms
    Other Forms is a mobile research and design collective working in multiple intersections of architecture, graphic design, and publishing. Other Forms considers how design reflects and critiques, in semi-autonomous marginal spaces, the material and social conditions of its practice.
  • True Laurels
    True Laurels is a quarterly print magazine dedicated to highlighting Baltimore City's most captivating musical and visual artists while integrating that often-overlooked talent with coverage of national and international creatives.
  • Visual AIDS
    Visual AIDS is the only contemporary arts organization fully committed to raising AIDS awareness. We utilize art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists and preserving a legacy, because AIDS is not over.
  • World War 3 Illustrated
    World War 3 Illustrated is a political comic book founded in 1980 in response to the rise of Ronald Reagan. WW3 predicted America’s drift toward Fascism, called attention to police brutality, and satirized the presidents bellicose war mongering. WW3 artists actively engaged in the struggle against gentrification through the Lower East Side Squatter’s Movement. WW3 also pioneered the technique of using comics to create detailed first hand accounts of contemporary political situations which is now referred to as “graphic journalism”. WW3 never stopped. The magazine continues to this day as an artist run collective, producing one issue a year. Last years issue focused on global warming and the election. Immediately on the election of Trump, the WW3 collective produced a special edition’ HOW TO FIGHT BACK! which was handed out free at the counter inaugural protests. In November WW3 will release their FIGHT FASCISM issue. The struggle continues.

    Gallery

  • 303inPrint
    303inPrint is pleased to announce the release of Milk Stone, a new artist's book by SAM FALLS published in an edition of 250 with 25 unique copies. 303inPrint publishes artist's books and ephemera in collaboration with 303 Gallery artists.
  • AKIO NAGASAWA Publishing
    Akio Nagasawa is a Ginza Tokyo based gallery and publishing company. We have been introducing mainly photographers such as William Klein, Daido Moriyama, Eikoh Hosoe, Issei Suda, Toshio Shibata, and more. We have been receiving good feedback from various parts of the world about photobooks we have published.
  • Almine Rech Gallery Editions
    The Shop at Almine Rech Gallery presents catalogues and editions in connection with the gallery's program, featuring a broad collection of new and rare books. By incorporating monographic and institutional publications alongside the gallery's own publications, The Shop forms an extensive resource on each of our artists.
  • Blum & Poe
    Founded in 1994, Blum & Poe represents an exhibition program with over forty international artists working in all media, presenting postwar and contemporary art manifested across generations, nationalities, race, and gender. Blum & Poe Press encompasses artists’ books, limited edition prints, and exhibition catalogues featuring original scholarship and formerly unpublished historical imagery.
  • Boo-Hooray
    Boo-Hooray is dedicated to the organization, stabilization, and preservation of the 20th and 21st century cultural movements, specializing in ephemera, photography, and book arts. We sell and publish books, catalogs, artists’ books and LPs, as well as stage exhibitions all over the world.
  • Cheim & Read
    Cheim & Read was founded in 1997 by John Cheim and Howard Read. The gallery is known for critical monographic exhibitions by artists such as Lynda Benglis, Louise Bourgeois and Joan Mitchell. Cheim & Read's publications complement the exhibition program and are designed by John Cheim.
  • Cinders Gallery
    cinders is an artist-run non profit organization based in Brooklyn. Since 2004, cinders has curated hundreds of exhibitions and have maintained a strong program of artist books and prints that focus on handmade, unique, and small editions.
  • David Kordansky Gallery
    Based in Los Angeles, David Kordansky Gallery is a contemporary art gallery whose publishing program is dedicated to catalogues, artists books, and posters. The gallery and its artists collaborate with a wide range of designers and writers, producing books that document its exhibitions but also exist as collectible, stand-alone objects.
  • David Zwirner Books
    David Zwirner Books was founded in 2014 as the stand-alone publishing house of David Zwirner, a contemporary art gallery with locations in New York and London. The imprint publishes exhibition catalogues, monographs, historical surveys, zines, and literary texts. This year, David Zwirner Books is proud to present Tell Me Something Good, a collection of sixty interviews with contemporary artists from the Brooklyn Rail. This fall marks the 20th anniversary of the legendary artist-run publication, whose interviews with artists have come to define the genre and shape contemporary discourse in New York City and abroad. Accompanied by portraits of the artists, drawn by the Rail’s founder, legendary critic and writer Phong Bui, this book is the definitive record of the Rail’s unique achievement. Our booth will showcase first copies of the book along with a selection of portraits.
  • EMBAJADA
    EMBAJADA, founded in October 2015 by artist Christopher Rivera and Manuela Paz, is a project/gallery space located in San Juan PR, serving as a platform for the synthesis of international and Puerto Rican dialogue through exhibitions.
  • Freddy
    Freddy is a curatorial project by Joshua Abelow. Freddy was founded in Baltimore (2014) and has since relocated (2016) to a church in Harris, New York.
  • Gagosian
  • Galeria Jaqueline Martins
    For the second year Galeria Jaqueline Martins will present at the NYABF works by represented artists of the gallery like 3Nós3, Martha Araújo and Regina Vater and Hudinilson Jr. – including xerox art, collages and books from the 70s/80s; Also we will show others works such as mail art from Mexican artist Ulisses Carrion; and rare first editions of artist books from the Arte Povera and Brazilian Concrete Poetry movements
  • Gladstone Gallery
    Gladstone Gallery is a leading contemporary art gallery with locations in New York and Brussels. Representing more than fifty artists, as well as major foundations and estates, Gladstone Gallery has played a significant role in launching the careers of several of the most notable artists working today.
  • Hauser & Wirth Publishers
    Hauser & Wirth’s publishing activities consist of monographs, artist’s books, historic exhibition catalogues, collections of artist’s writings and catalogues raisonnés. With over 100 titles created with internationally renowned publishing houses, our extensively-illustrated publications seek to actively encourage understanding about contemporary art.
  • Lisson Gallery
    Lisson Gallery is one of the longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world.
  • Marian Goodman Gallery
    Marian Goodman Gallery was founded in 1977 in New York and has since expanded to include exhibition space in both Paris (1995) and London (2014). Goodman began publishing in 1965 as a founder of Multiples, Inc. and has since continued to produce important catalogues with international artists who are leaders of their generation.
  • Martos Gallery
    Since opening in 2007, Martos Gallery has been a creative platform for internationally renowned artists, both established and emerging, working within a variety of mediums. In the Spring of 2017, Martos Gallery relocated from its longtime home in Chelsea to a new space in Chinatown. Since relocating, Martos Gallery has hosted MAY68 Book and Record shop in a year long project which concluded in Summer of 2018, and has continued to co-produce STL Press.
  • Matthew Marks Gallery
    Matthew Marks Gallery has been publishing since 1991. In that time the gallery has released over a hundred monographs, exhibition catalogues, and artist's books, all created in close collaboration with the artists and featuring contributions by distinguished critics and art historians, including Yve-Alain Bois, Michael Fried, and John Ashbery.
  • PEPPER’S PROJECT NY
  • Petzel Gallery
    Since 1993, Petzel Gallery has been committed to developing its program upon the scope, diversity, and ambitions of the internationally renowned artists that it represents. We are delighted to support these efforts through independent publishing and our partnerships with world-class bookmakers such as Walther König, Mousse, Ridinghouse, and JRP|Ringier.
  • Point of Contact
    Point of Contact is a New York-based arts organization in residence at Syracuse University in which Central New York communities, state-wide and international institutions collaborate in a cross-disciplinary forum where artists, writers, scholars and students actively engage in the production of publications, art exhibitions and events to enrich our culture.
  • The Hole
    The Hole is a contemporary art gallery run by Kathy Grayson. Opened July of 2010, our 3800 sq. ft. storefront on the Bowery borders the Lower East Side and NoLIta neighborhoods of Manhattan. The Hole presents monthly solo and group exhibitions with a focus on emerging art and thematic group exhibitions. We represent more than fifteen artists from America and abroad, and have exhibited over 200 more. Often two exhibitions run simultaneously in our space while works by gallery artists are available in our rear showroom.
  • V1 GALLERY / Trojan Horse Press
    V1 Gallery was founded in 2002 as a platform for contemporary art in Copenhagen, Denmark. The gallery represents a select group of emerging and established artists and is committed to introducing art, in all media, to an international audience. V1 Gallery also publishes, books, zines, prints and various editions.
  • VENUS
    Founded in 2012 by Adam Lindemann, VENUS operates galleries in Los Angeles and New York. Dedicated to mounting exhibitions of work by emerging and established artists, the gallery often publishes catalogues in conjunction with its program.
  • Westreich Wagner Publications
    Westreich Wagner is the publishing imprint of Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner. The couple, also noted collectors, museum donors and former art advisors, have published more than thirty artist’s books over the last three decades.
  • Yossi Milo Gallery
    Yossi Milo Gallery is a contemporary art gallery known for introducing the work of new/unknown artists. A limited edition book of portraits from the 1960-1980s, "Studio Volta Photo", by Sanlé Sory (Burkina Faso) and advance copies of Meghann Riepenhoff’s forthcoming book of cyanotypes, "Littoral Drift+Ecotone" will be featured at the fair.

    Institution

  • Allied Productions, Inc.
    Founded in 1981, Allied Productions, Inc. is an entirely artist-run non-profit that fosters community building and collective process with a commitment to maintaining live art and exhibition in green, queer, and public spaces.
  • Antenna
    Antenna is a nonprofit arts organization which aims to be vital participant in the life of New Orleans through the creation and support of artist- and writer-driven projects. Since its founding in 2005, Antenna has continued to produce an array of books, publications, and limited editions focused on the intersection of visual and literary arts, bringing to fruition many exciting projects from artists and writers from the Gulf South and beyond.
  • Art Metropole
    Art Metropole is an internationally renowned artist-run centre that promotes the appreciation of artist-initiated publishing in any media, especially those formats predisposed to sharing and circulation. Art Metropole specializes in the contextualization and distribution of artist’s books, multiples, and related materials, including innovative formats and emergent technologies.
  • Blank Forms
    Blank Forms is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting emerging and underrepresented artists working in a range of time-based and interdisciplinary art practices, including experimental music, performance, dance, and sound art. We provide artists with curatorial support, residencies, commissions, and publications to help document, disseminate, and advance their practices. These publications include our biannual journal as well as cassette and vinyl audio releases on our Blank Forms Editions imprint.
  • Center for Editions at Purchase College, SUNY
    The Center for Editions at Purchase College, SUNY, enables the creation of print work/books by artists-in-residence, faculty, and students. Featured this year are works by Aaron Krach, Cassandra Hooper, Hakan Topal and Warren Lehrer, among others and recent collaborations, including; We Are All in This Together and The Archive Project.
  • Dia Art Foundation
    Taking its name from the Greek word meaning “through,” Dia was established in 1974 with the mission to serve as a conduit for artists to realize ambitious new projects, unmediated by overt interpretation and uncurbed by the limitations of more traditional museums and galleries.
  • ECAL (Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne)
    Enjoying international renown and featuring regularly among the world’s top ten universities of art and design, ECAL publishes about ten books every year through ECAL Editions or in collaboration with famous publishing houses such as JRP/Ringier, Lars Müller Publishers or RVB Books. Over the past year, ECAL has particularly strengthened its position in this field with the launch of its new Masters in Photography and in Type Design.
  • Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI)
    Founded in 1971, Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) is a New York-based nonprofit organization that fosters the creation, exhibition, distribution, and preservation of moving image art. An international resource for media art and artists, EAI holds a major collection of over 3,500 new and historical media artworks. EAI services include viewing access, educational initiatives, online resources, technical facilities, and public programs such as artists’ talks, screenings, and multi-media performances.
  • Fine Arts @ School of Visual Arts
    The BFA Fine Arts department at the School of Visual Arts houses eight labs and shops -- including Printmaking, Fibers, 3D digital printing, Bio Art, Digital photography, and Ceramics. Selected works from current Fine Arts students, alumni, staff, and faculty including zines, artists' books, catalogues, printed matter, digital embroideries, and various editions in photography, printmaking, and 3D digital prints will be available for purchase.
  • Franklin Furnace
    Franklin Furnace was founded in 1976 by artist Martha Wilson to champion ephemeral forms neglected by mainstream arts institutions. Franklin Furnace’s mission is to present, preserve, interpret, proselytize and advocate on behalf of avant-garde art, especially forms that may be vulnerable due to institutional neglect, their ephemeral nature, or politically unpopular content.
  • Hartford Photo MFA
    A unique International Limited-Residency program Developed and Directed by Robert Lyons for the engaged professional investigating art, documentary practice, and the photo-based book.
  • ICP / Bard MFA Program
    The ICP-Bard MFA is a two year graduate program that helps artists transform their lives and the art world and institutions around them. The diverse international student body creates challenging studio work, organizes conferences, curates shows, writes and creates publications, and works from archives.
  • Ministerio de Cultura de la República Argentina
    The Ministerio de Cultura de la República Argentina is in charge of cultural policies along the country, bringing access to culture for all society and reinforcing the work of Argentinean artists and cultural promoters. The Ministry will send original artist exemplars and limited books editions.
  • MIT Press
    The MIT Press publishes books in contemporary art, architecture, photography, new media and cultural studies.
  • Onomatopee Projects
    Producing discourse inspired experiential dialogue, Onomatopee is a DIY-attitude public gallery and publisher that, at its core, initiates transdisciplinary projects, while simultaneously contributing to coproductions and accepting commissions that stimulate visual forming in the experience economy. Onomatopee collaborates with progressive individuals and artist-run and institutional organisations. #criticaldesign #visualliteracy
  • Pioneer Works
    Pioneer Works is a cultural center dedicated to experimentation, education, and production across disciplines. Drawn from the organization's diverse programs, Pioneer Works Press independently produces exhibition catalogs and books, an annual magazine, and is also home to a recording imprint. We believe that reading exists at the foundation of all creative practice, and that publishing is essential to accessing the arts.
  • Plana
    Plana is the São Paulo Art Book Fair. After catalyzing an important movement to popularize self-publishing and small publishing houses in Brazil, Plana arrived at its sixth annual edition. We have already passed through various spaces and cultural centers such as the São Paulo Biennial and made small versions in other states and cities. The Plana - International Festival of Publications of São Paulo, took place in March 2018 and deals with the theme "return to nothing". The Festival aims to promote projects not only in the graphic arts, but also by inspiring political and social ideas through debates, talks and meetings.
  • Plug In ICA
    Established in 1972, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is Canada’s oldest accredited ICA with a holistic mandate to support all aspects of art-making by presenting, producing and circulating contemporary art through research, exhibitions, publications, education, outreach and advocacy.
  • Poster House
    Poster House is a new museum dedicated exclusively to posters, slated to open in Manhattan in 2019. We are committed to showcasing how posters communicate to mass audiences and reflect the societal values of the era, whether it be 19th Century advertisements or MTA PSAs currently on view.
  • 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.
  • SVA RisoLAB
    The SVA RisoLAB was founded as an interdisciplinary space for printing, publishing and production of Risograph-based works. Our mission is to be a hub of small scale and experimental publishing activity, bringing together artists of all disciplines to encourage dialogue across different creative worlds. We offer Continuing Education courses and an Undergraduate course, as well as public workshops, events, and an Artist-in-Residence program.
  • Werkplaats Typografie
    Werkplaats Typografie (WT), part of the ArtEZ University of the Arts, is a modeling agency, a part-time air quality management venture, a full time metal workshop, and a multifaceted anomaly (previously known and regularly operating as a two-year graduate program in graphic design, as well as a (summer) school, studio, meeting place, paper company, (facsimile) library, living room, cinema, publisher, distributor, perambulating bookshop, art institution, printer/copy-shop/bindery, nightclub, archive, office, garden, restaurant, gift shop, (phantom) radio station, secret society, band, qigong club, basketball team, and website) based in Arnhem, the Netherlands. The program is centered on practical assignments and self-initiated projects with lectures, workshops, seminars, meetings and readings geared towards self-accountable and independently motivated work and research.
  • White Columns
    Founded in 1970 as 112 Greene Street, White Columns remains New York's oldest alternative art space.
  • Yale University Press
    As one of the world’s top 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.

    Magazine

  • 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.
  • Artforum / Bookforum
    Since 1962, Artforum has been the defining voice in contemporary art. Artforum’s specially commissioned artist projects, reviews, and essays on film, music, architecture, media, and more lend a unique perspective to the fine arts and to popular culture at large. For more than twenty years, Bookforum has reviewed the best new books and published daring and incisive essays on current affairs, fiction, and the arts.
  • BOMB Magazine
    BOMB is a quarterly print magazine, a daily online publication, and a digital archive of previously published content from 1981 onward. BOMB delivers the artist’s voice through in-depth interviews between artists working in all disciplines, which reveal their ideas, concerns, and creative processes, through carefully developed dialogue – now and for posterity.
  • Cakeboy Magazine
    Breeding ground for disruptive faggotry.
  • F Magazine
    F is a periodic sculpture in magazine form published by Adam Marnie out of New York and Los Angeles.
  • Façadomy
    Façadomy is new publication that looks at contemporary identity through the lenses of art and architecture.
  • Fukt Magazine
    FUKT Magazine is dedicated wholly to contemporary drawing. Established in Norway in 1999 but later settled in Berlin, this international publication has been archiving exquisite collections of drawing based artwork. Featured with interviews, essays and put together in unrestricted layouts, this yearly periodical has become something to look forward to.
  • Gratuitous Type
    Gratuitous Type is an occasional pamphlet of typographic smut. Celebrating the letter in all its forms, the magazine highlights exceptional contemporary design and art from around the world, offering a voyeuristic look into the practices of our favorite makers through interviews, studio visits, and exclusive artist projects.
  • Journal of Artists’ Books
  • MATTE Magazine
    MATTE Magazine is a platform for new ideas in photography published since 2010 by Matthew Leifheit. It is designed by Ben Ganz. New issues include photographs by Nico B. Young, Marcelo Gabriel Yáñez, Jack Bool and Leifheit’s students at Yale, Pratt, Parsons and SVA.
  • NERO
    NERO is an international publishing house devoted to art, criticism and contemporary culture. Founded in Rome in 2004, it publishes artists’ books, catalogs, essays, and an Italian-language imprint called Not (Nero on Theory) with a focus on theory and radical thinking. NERO explores present and future imaginaries regardless of areas of specialization, formats and codes, being visual arts, music, philosophy, aesthetics or fictional narrations. Our purpose is to continuously research how different vocabularies can provide unconventional perspectives and provocative angles to interpret the chaotic essence of an ever changing reality.
  • Paper Monument / n+1
    Paper Monument is a non-profit art press intent on presenting smart, serious writing that is accessible to a wide audience. Through our books and journal of contemporary art, we explore topics often overlooked by mainstream journalism. Based in Brooklyn, NY, Paper Monument is published by the n+1 Foundation and designed by Project Projects.
  • Texte zur Kunst
    Founded in Cologne in 1990 and based in Berlin since 2000, Texte zur Kunst features debate-shaping contributions by internationally renowned scholars, critics, and artists on contemporary art and cultural politics. Each issue of the quarterly journal is organized around a dedicated theme addressed by in depth essays (in German and English) and accompanied by selected reviews (original language).
  • The White Review
    The White Review is a London-based arts and literary journal, conceived as a platform for innovative voices in art and literature, and publishes essays, reportage, poetry, fiction, artwork, photography, and long transcribed interviews with artists and writers, both in print and online. The White Review is a registered charity.
  • X-TRA
    X-TRA is a nonprofit org run by a collective of artists and writers in Los Angeles. Our mission is to provoke critical dialogue about contemporary art. We do this through the quarterly contemporary art journal X-TRA, our website, and public programming. X-TRA is excited to launch Volume 21 at NYABF, with brand new print design by Becca Lofchie.
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    Publisher

  • 57 Cell
  • Actual Source
    Actual Source is a multi-format publisher, brand, and retail store that collaborates with contemporary artists, designers, and writers to publish limited edition books, fonts, clothing, and objects.
  • All-You-Can-Eat Press
    All-You-Can-Eat Press is a Brooklyn-based independent publishing company that celebrates everyday food for everyday people. Publishes various printed matters which related with the food and its culture with strictly following their hearts (and stomachs), in their own way.
  • Almighty & Insane Books
  • Alternate Projects
    Alternate Projects is an online gallery specializing in important historical and contemporary publications, ephemera, and editions, as well as curatorial projects, fairs, and pop-up events. Highlights of the gallery include artist records and covers, artist-signed books and editions plus unique and hard to find artist books including some with original drawings.
  • 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.
  • ARSSTAR2
    RATRASTSASRSS241, was founded in 2013 Brooklyn NY. ENJOY YOUR DAY!
  • Art Paper Editions
    APE (Art Paper Editions) is an independent publishing platform. APE was founded in 2010 by Jurgen Maelfeyt and Caroline De Malsche and focusses on the book as an exhibition space. APE works with artists and institutions.
  • Atelier Éditions
    Atelier Éditions is an independent publishing house and creative consultancy established in 2015. Authoring archival monographs, contemporary art books, catalogue raisonnés, and exploratory printed matter, Atelier Éditions regularly curates exhibitions, and envisages cultural programming.
  • B&D Press
    B&D Press is a micro publisher based in Montreal, Canada. B & D stands for "bug and duck."
  • backbonebooks
  • Bemojake
    Bemojake publishes limited edition photography books by young and emerging artists. Our books are the result of an close collaboration between artist, designer and editor.
  • Biel Books / unbag
    Biel Books is a small-scale publishing platform founded by artist Gabriel Pericàs in 2013. It functions as an extension of his practice into the editorial field, inquiring into objects and storytelling in collaboration with fellow artists. Biel Books publishes book-specific art projects by Spanish and international artists.
  • BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE
    BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE — ‘good day, good afternoon, good night’ in Portuguese — conveys the idea that books can become part of everyday life, regardless of the time of day. BOM DIA was founded in 2011 by Manuel Raeder and Manuel Goller in Berlin, solely run by Manuel Raeder since 2013. BOM DIA is specialized in high quality artist books that are conceived as an integral part of an art work or as the art work itself that, often, plays with the format of the book and reflects its medium.
  • 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.
  • Booklyn Inc.
  • Brain Washing from Phone Towers
  • Bronze Age
    Undercurrents in international publishing, est. 2011.
  • Browns Editions
    Founded in 2005 by the British artist Jonathan Ellery, Browns Editions is an 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.
  • 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.
  • Capricious
    Capricious is a publisher in New York City.
  • Christine Burgin / New Directions
  • Colophon Foundry
    Colophon Foundry is an international, award-winning type foundry based in London (UK) and Los Angeles (US). We create, publish, and distribute high-quality retail and custom typefaces for analog and digital media.
  • COLORAMA
    Colorama is a risoprinting studio and publishing house based in Berlin - dedicated to the collaboration, the observation and the production. The publications feature the works of current comic-artists and an ongoing research about the means of cartography and storytelling.
  • Coloured Publishing
    Coloured Publishing is an LA-based publisher of art books, zines, prints, and more, founded by artist Devin Troy Strother and designer Yuri Ogita. We make shit you wanna keep.
  • Colpa
    Colpa is a a publishing and design company based in San Francisco, California that specializes hand-made art books and limited edition prints.
  • Commune
    "commune" runs gallery/shop in Tokyo and publishing label called “commune Press”, and curates and organize the exhibition in the world.
  • Conveyor Editions
    Conveyor Arts is a production house and publishing imprint that specializes in small run editions of artists’ books, zines, and other printed matter related to photography. Under the imprint Conveyor Editions, we commission and publish several new projects annually that re-imagine the form and function of the contemporary photo book.
  • CORRAINI EDIZIONI
    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.
  • Dancing Foxes Press
    The Dancing Foxes are on a mission to develop publications driven by the singularity of their content in close collaboration with artists and writers.
  • Danilo Montanari Editore
    Danilo Montanari Editore in Ravenna (Italy), has been operating steadily since 1980, has published about 800 titles in the field of contemporary art. In addition to established authors (Alighiero Boetti, Maurizio Cattelan, Giulio Paolini, Sol Lewitt, Bill Viola, a.o.), the catalogue also includes new artists, such as Paolo Ventura, James Pfaff, Andrea Botto. In this edition of the fair we would like to present "Operation Olympiad" an artist book around the Olympic games in Tokyo, 1940 , that never happened. and a special project about Fluxus Movement and Joseph Beuys.
  • Datz Press
    Datz Press is publisher of artist books specialized in photography. Adopting the Print on Demand system, Datz Press is a book making studio and supporting artist who want to self publish their own work. We also run the Datz Museum of Art, book project space D'ARK ROOM and publish artist interview magazine Gitz annually.
  • Diagonal Press
    Est. 2013 Tauba Auerbach Publications in open editions. Nothing signed or numbered.
  • Ditto Press
    A London-based independent press publishing fashion zines, subculture, and underground projects.
  • Draw Down Books
    Draw Down Books is a designer-run publishing platform based in New England, producing small and unique books with a focus on graphic design, photography, typography, illustration, and architecture.
  • DREAMER FTY
    DREAMER FTY, founded in 2017 by an artists group, works around with artists' books. We publish book as projects and collaborate with artists to publish their works. In 2015, DREAMER FTY initiated art book in China (abC) , the first art book fair that gathers and showcases independent publishing organizations and individuals in China.
  • Drittel Books
    Drittel Books is an independent publisher of photography books, based in Berlin. All releases stand for our belief in photography as a medium to reflect and influence our culture and society. Drittel translates to "one-third" in English and is inspired by our belief that no artwork can truly exist alone.
  • East of Borneo
    East of Borneo is an online magazine of contemporary art and its history as considered from Los Angeles. We also publish books.
  • Ediciones Popolet
    Ediciones Popolet is an independent editorial based in Chile that seeks to promote books and objects that capture the new art scene of Santiago. This editorial project hopes to expand the traditional graphic language and thus set out to create new forms of diffusion that have an intimate relationship with the work of art itself. It's important that the editorial object must be a work of art on its own. Following that line, Popolet creates posters, books, vinyls, zines, boxes, t-shirts and other non-traditional formats
  • Edition Patrick Frey
    Starting in 1986, Edition Patrick Frey has published more than 200 books until today. Collaborating closely with mainly Swiss but also international artists, the publishing house focuses on unique projects and produces books in small print runs. With an output of up to 25 books per year, the publisher focuses mainly on photography, art and projects dealing with everyday and popular culture.
  • edition.nord / RONDADE
    edition.nord is a publisher based in Niigata, the heavy snowfall area of Japan. One of the characteristics of products from edition.nord is the sophistication in the reproduction of photograph as object. Another is the free from of printed matter in the spirit of no constraint. Rondade is aimed at realizing various art forms in a form and a way not to be bound by the established frame. Rondade is a publishing house based in Tokyo.
  • EINSTEIN STUDIO & X MAGAZINE & Masanao Hirayama
    XMAGAZINE is a DIY magazine for open design of bags. Through the magazine, we have workshops and bag sales to widen the joy of bag creation. EINSTEIN STUDIO is a group promoting and discovering talented Japanese photographers. Masanao Hirayama is a Japanese artist who works mainly with drawing and performing art. His simple drawing stimulates our consciousness and recognition.
  • Eriskay Connection
    The Eriskay Connection is a Dutch studio for book design and an independent publisher of art books at the intersection of photography, research, social issues and science. We are particularly interested in projects that map relevant matters, provide insight into the world we live in, tell a story, make a statement, expose a history or give directions to our view on the future.
  • FIST / LIES
    FIST, founded 2013 by artist Linda Zeb Hang / WAY WZA, publishes and considers the anatomical, mechanical, conceptual and abstract in visual art and book movement design. LIES, a film and multimedia production joint, established 2013 by filmmaker Jayne Lies, premieres self-published artist book “520” — Hong Kong rebel to NYC exile.
  • flat fix / ultraterrestrial.xyz
    flat fix is collaborative by nature, with a rotating cast of characters getting involved and making books and projects. ultraterrestrial.xyz publishes small edition handmade photography books by feminist voices whose work explores ecological and spiritual landscape energies.
  • FUSE WORKS
    We exhibit, publish and promote artists’ multiples & editions including artists' books, video, audio, works on paper, and objects. Our emphasis is on works that demonstrate a critical approach to the multiple as a distinct conceptual medium.
  • Futurepoem
    Founded in 2002, Futurepoem is a publishing collective that presents innovative literature and collaborative projects. For NYABF we will feature Speech/Acts, the catalog for a recent exhibition at ICA Philadelphia, co-published by Futurepoem. We will also feature recent books from our series and limited-edition ephemera.
  • Fw:Books
    Fw:Books is an independent publisher with a focus on photography and related topics. Photography is a unique medium; it doesn’t have a fixed way of revealing itself. It can be a screen, a c-print, a slide projection, or a book. We see the choice to make a book as a choice to make a new work. Fw:Books is based in Amsterdam (NL) and was founded in 2008 by Hans Gremmen.
  • Gato Negro Ediciones
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  • Gloria Glitzer
    Founded in 2007 Gloria Glitzer is a Berlin based small press run by the artists Franziska Brandt and Moritz Grünke. Gloria Glitzer also runs the risograph printing and design studio www.we-make.it, and hosts the »Herbarium Riso«, a library on riso printed artists’ books.
  • Gnomic Book
    Gnomic Book is an independent imprint founded by Jason Koxvold in 2016 with a focus on exploring the notion of the book as object. To this end we collaborate with emerging artists to offer carefully-made editions of between 1 and 750 units.
  • Gregory R. Miller & Co.
    Gregory R. Miller & Co. publishes high quality books about contemporary art and artists.
  • Halifax INK
    Halifax INK is a consortium comprising the Anna Leonowens Gallery (NSCAD University), Centre for Art Tapes (CFAT), Dalhousie Art Gallery, Eyelevel Gallery, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Saint Mary's University Art Gallery. Based in Nova Scotia, Halifax INK publishes scholarly texts, exhibition catalogues and artists' books.
  • Hassla
    Hassla is a New York-based publishing project by artist David Schoerner; founded in 2007 with a focus on artists' books and catalogues.
  • Hat & Beard Press
    Hat & Beard Press is a Los Angeles-based print collective. With our book imprint, we create original, illustrated nonfiction books of pop-cultural and historical significance that draw on existing cult audiences. Combining modern targeted marketing efforts and old-fashioned craftsmanship, Hat & Beard believes in the power of print media.
  • Hato Press
    Hato Press is an independent printing and publishing house based in Hoxton, East-London. Established in 2009, we think of our practice and studio as an autonomous experimental space to encourage collaborators to develop ideas and facilitate both the production and distribution of new content. Our work spans across many different mediums from artists books and prints to collaborative projects and workshops.
  • Hauser & Wirth Publishers
    Hauser & Wirth’s publishing activities consist of monographs, artist’s books, historic exhibition catalogues, collections of artist’s writings and catalogues raisonnés. With over 100 titles created with internationally renowned publishing houses, our extensively-illustrated publications seek to actively encourage understanding about contemporary art.
  • Heavy Collective
    The Heavy Collective is an Australian online/offline platform dedicated to the showcase and discussion of contemporary photography. Through publishing, exhibitions and online media THC hope to illuminate the practice of image making and it’s ability to represent or reflect our lived experiences.
  • Hesse Press
    A Los Angeles-based publishing house founded by artists Clare Kelly and John Wiese, Hesse Press focuses on making LA’s rich art scene accessible through a series of artist monographs published each fall and spring season. Hesse Press grew out of conversations between Kelly and Wiese about the need for tangible financial and logistical support for artists in Los Angeles. The Press achieves its goal by providing partners with front-end financial support through a micro-granting system, as well as strategic and creative support for the design and publication of art books.
  • HUMOBOOKS
    HUMOBOOKS is a Risograph print house based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Is a experimental platform where contemporary argentinian young artists can connect with the publishing universe examining different formats, creating a new way to link with the public.
  • Hunters Point Press
    Founded by artist Barney Kulok in 2016, Hunters Point Press is based in Long Island City, NY, and publishes limited edition books by artists, writers, curators and architects.
  • IIIII Columns
    IIIII Columns is framework to develop & distribute expanded notions of architectural thought & practice beyond venerations of novelty, order & power. It is about discourse, current course & collaboration, so say hello.
  • Image Text Ithaca
    Image Text Ithaca publishes innovative works at the intersection of writing and photography. Launched in 2015, ITI Press will have published seven books and four poster editions by September 2017, including the Arles and Aperture award shortlisted Dark Archives by Andre Bradley. At the 2017 NYABF we will launch Blue Pool, by Emma Kemp with images by Jo Ann Walters and Malevolance by Christine Hume.
  • innen / Zug Magazine
    innen is an independent publisher promoting Swiss and international contemporary artists, offering unconventional perspectives on art and contemporary trends. Founded by Aaron Fabian in 2006 in Budapest, later in 2012 moved to Geneva, Switzerland. innen has gradually gained prestige with its uniquely charming zines and books. In 2010 innen launched Zug Magazine, a biannual collection of selected contemporary artworks.
  • Inventory Press
    Inventory Press publishes books on topics in art, architecture, design, and music, with an emphasis on subcultures, minor histories, and the sociopolitical aspects of material culture. New Titles include Museum of Capitalism, Midnight: The Tempest Essays by Molly Nesbit, and catalogs for artists Jiro Takamatsu, Mary Corse, and Shih Chieh Huang.
  • Issue Press
    Issue Press is an independent publisher and printer of artists books, print editions, and multiples based in Grand Rapids, MI.
  • J&L Books
    J&L Books is a non-profit Atlanta/New York-based publisher of artists' books.
  • Jean Boîte Éditions
    Jean Boîte Éditions publishes books in the digital age. In the fields of arts, humanities and poetics. With international artists and authors. For a worldwide distribution.
  • Kaph Books
    Kaph Books, our publishing house, came from the need to archive and communicate about artists and artistic practices from all over the Middle-East. We aim at publishing quality art and photography books to promote artistic talents from the region, whether they gained international recognition or are emerging.
  • 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
    We specialize in hand printed fine art editions, posters, cards, books, shirts, tote bags, graphic design, custom projects, micro registration and the metric system.
  • kima
  • Knust Press / Extrapool
    Knust in artist run organisation Extrapool is specialized in stencil printed matter since 1984, also known as Riso. The workspace is founded by and for artists and has it's history in the squat movement. We make posters, (maga)zines: A3 ( 50 colors) or A2. In commission, DIY (AGALAB) or within residencies
  • Kodoji Press
    Kodoji Press is an independent art publishing project, founded in 2007 by designer Winfried Heininger. In close collaboration with a growing number of artists, writers, designers and institutions, Kodoji Press’ main objective is to offer non-commercial projects a communicative platform.
  • Kris Graves Projects
    +KGP collaborates with artists to create limited edition publications and archival prints, focusing on contemporary photography and works on paper. We focus all of our publications on current world issues including, but not limited to race, policy, social awareness, feminism, culture, and wealth. Our goal is to make books and prints affordable to every level of collector.
  • kurimanzutto libros
    Kurimanzutto libros presents Dr. Lakra (b. 1972, Mexico City). Trained as a tattoo artist, Dr. Lakra´s publications reflect fascination with fetish imagery, Eastern and Western iconography, and antique printed matter. The resulting artist books, children´s publications, and fanzines reflect his idiosyncratic world-view, in which imagery is irreverent, timeless, transgressive and alluring.
  • L’Artiere
    L’Artiere is an independent publishing house specialised in photography books characterised by the high quality of its products.
  • 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.
  • Les Trois Ourses
  • Libraryman
    Libraryman, established in 2008 by creative director Tony Cederteg, produces and publishes contemporary photo books and is based in Antwerp, Belgium and Stockholm, Sweden.
  • little big man books
    Little Big Man is a Los Angeles 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 and contemporary art meet.
  • Lodret Vandret
    Lodret Vandret is an independent imprint based between Copenhagen and Berlin. We are interested in combining individual sensibilities, and thus collaboration is at the core of our practice both when working with individual artists and group projects. Lodret Vandret was founded in 2010 by artists Flemming Ove Bech and Johan Rosenmunthe and operates not-for-profit.
  • Loose Joints
    Loose Joints is a London based publisher and design studio exploring progressive approaches to image making in book form, founded by Lewis Chaplin and Sarah Piegay Espenon in 2015.
  • 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).
  • MACK Books
    Books with artists, writers and curators.
  • Michalis Pichler
    Conceptual bookworks located on both sides of the imaginary border between art and literature (with occasional political overtones). Published with Printed Matter, Inc (NY), Revolver (Frankfurt), cneai (Chatou), Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E (Ljubljana), Agra (Athens), Ed. Daviet-Thery (Paris), Lubok Verlag (Leipzig), “greatest hits” (Berlin) and others. Founder of www.missread.com, together with argobooks and KW Institute for Contemporary Art.
  • Microeditorial Amistad
    Amistad, meaning friendship, is a collaborative and feminist micropress from Chile. We seek to create interdisciplinary dialogues and friendly encounters about art, feminism and pop culture. Each publication is the result of interactions between authors, collaborators and editors working within different disciplines and experimenting to create low-cost art publications.
  • Miniature Garden
    Miniature Garden is an independent publishing project that focuses on limited edition artist books.
  • MIT Press
    The MIT Press publishes books in contemporary art, architecture, photography, new media and cultural studies.
  • MonoRhetorik
    MonoRhetorik is Matt Plezier’s publishing imprint. In four years, MonoRhetorik has become a vehicle for a wide range of creative projects, from urban photography and queer zines to engaged newspaper publications to art books and organizing exhibitions. The DIY-ethic and Self-publishing is an integral part of his art practice.
  • 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.
  • New Documents / Fillip
    New Documents is a Los Angeles based art book publisher. New books for 2017 include those by/about Maria Fusco, Ruth van Beek, and Bas Jan Ader. Fillip is a Vancouver-based arts publishing organization formed in 2004 to expand spaces for critical discussions on contemporary art.
  • Nieves
    Nieves is an independent publishing house based in Zurich, Switzerland. Founded in 2001, Nieves’ focus is on publishing Artists’ Books and Zines.
  • Nightboat Books
  • nos:books
    nos:books is an independent publisher founded by artist Son Ni in 2008 in Taipei. Hong Kong artist Chihoi has been a partner at nos:books since 2014. We strive to realize artists' ideas and concepts in unique book forms. Our books are limited edition works by artists from Taiwan and abroad. We also run an online store and attend book fairs.
  • OMMU
    OMMU is a bookstore & publisher based in Athens, Greece established in 2010. We stock a range of rare and historic publications, posters and objects.
  • onestar press
    onestar press — strictly unedited by the publisher — is dedicated to the production of books, movies, and multiples by artists.
  • Open Projects Press
    Open Projects is a curatorial platform & publisher in NYC. Between 2017-2018 it operated the ALPHA artspace in the Lower East Side. Via Open Projects Press, it aims to provide an expanded view of its artists’ practice.
  • Oranbeg Press
    Oranbeg Press is an independent publisher based in Boston, MA and Brooklyn, NY. Oranbeg's books are a mixture of artist-created zines, photobooks, online media, and collaborative works.
  • OSMOS
    OSMOS Books, OSMOS Magazine, and OSMOS Address function as an integrated concept for curatorial and editorial activities, featuring emerging, established and overlooked artists.
  • Other Publishing
    Other Publishing is made up of trans asian-american designers Mai Phung Bui (they) and Rin Kim (they/he) based in the Southern Virginia.
  • OUTER SPACE PRESS
    Berlin based artist duo, Magdalena Wysocka and Claudio Pogo, create unique artist books, multiples and prints in their studio Outer Space Press. Their art practice is based on collecting and recontextualizing photography, found books and other archival print material to create new visual narratives.
  • Pacific
    Pacific is a New York-based design and publishing studio with a focus on print publications and ephemera highlighting contemporary art. Founded by Elizabeth Karp-Evans and Adam Turnbull, the studio works closely with artists, galleries and institutions to publish, design and produce artist books, catalogues, monographs, facsimiles and zines.
  • Palm* Studios
    Palm* Studios is a London-based publisher focusing on photography. It’s outputs are curated and edited by Lola Paprocka. Palm* showcases photographers and artists through creative projects, online features, exhibitions, events and book launches. It was founded in 2015.
  • Paper Journal
    Online visual arts magazine Paper Journal focuses on contemporary photography and is updated quarterly with interviews, features, reviews and studio visits. Now in our 5th year, we are celebrating with our 1st print issue, featuring artists such as Daniel Shea, Matthew Connors, Senta Simond, Rafal Milach, Farah Al Qasimi, Gilleam Trapenberg and more. We will also have a selection of books available from artists featured in the issue, as well as other materials such as posters and postcards.
  • Paradigm
    PARADIGM is an independent label that collaborates with artists to create original, tangible objects that form awareness, raise challenging questions, and explore ideas within an ever changing global landscape
  • Passenger Pigeon Press
  • Peradam Press
    Peradam is a publishing group specializing in small-run artist books. Each book is designed and produced in collaboration with the artist.
  • Pilot Press
    Pilot Press is a new, artist-led publisher of art and writing founded by artist Richard Porter in 2017 to shed new light on contemporary queer lives. Since its inception Pilot Press has released two well received queer anthologies, publishing in them the likes of Eileen Myles, AA Bronson, Mary Manning, Monique Mouton, Sarah Schulman, Hilton Als and a host of emerging artists and writers, as well as a number of other small editions, booklets and zines.
  • PogoBooks
    PogoBooks is an independent publishing house for unique art books, limited editions and zines. We believe in a future printed on paper, and conceive the printed artwork as a unique artform. PogoBooks is a platfom, an archive and collective for contemporary arts and photography. The Berlin-based publishing house was founded by Claudio Pogo in 2010.
  • Press Press
    Press Press is an interdisciplinary publishing initiative based in Baltimore City. Press Press uses the form of publications (defined as any action which makes an object, situation or relationship public) to give form to works which would otherwise be inaccesible. At the NY Art Book Fair, Press Press will exhibit the remnants of our on-going public projects; publications produced by refugee youth in collaboration with Baltimore-based artists and activists; and our If I Ruled The World series, a publication based on the Nas classic, which gives insight into Baltimore's struggle for equity.
  • Primary Information
    Primary Information was founded in 2006 to publish affordable artists’ books and artists’ writings. The organization’s mission is two-fold: (1) to publish out-of-print books that remain vital to ongoing conversations around artistic practice and (2) to publish contemporary books by emerging, mid-career, and established artists.
  • Princeton Architectural Press
    Princeton Architectural Press is a world leader in art, architecture, and design publishing. Featuring a backlist of over 1,200 titles, the company specializes in books and stationery that — in subject matter and design — defy easy categorization. With each new season’s offerings, Princeton Architectural Press continues to surprise, inspire, and inform those curious about the visual world.
  • RE/Search and Search&Destroy
    In 1977 with $100 each from Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, V. Vale founded Search & Destroy (and then RE/Search, 1980), published at City Lights Bookstore. Vale continues dispersing countercultural ideas through books/zines/podcasts/personal appearances. New publications: Jello Biafra on Trump-ocalypse, "Punk" philosophy, J.G. Ballard zine, Bruce Conner interview book.
  • Redfoxpress & Antic-Ham
    Francis Van Maele and Antic-Ham run Redfoxpress in Achill Island, Ireland. In their silkscreen studio on the edge of the Atlantic they work intensively in collaboration, publishing artists' books and screen printed editions. Redfoxpress publish also a collection named "C'est mon dada" with works of visual poetry and Fluxus.
  • Roma Publications
    Amsterdam based art publisher, founded in 1998 by graphic designer Roger Willems and artists Mark Manders and Marc Nagtzaam. It is used as a platform to produce and distribute autonomous publications made in close collaboration with a growing number of artists, institutions, writers and designers. Related to the content, every issue has its own rule of appearance and distribution, varying from house to house papers to exclusive books.
  • ROMAN NVMERALS
    ROMAN NVMERALS is a small press based in New York City specializing in high quality, small run, photography and fine art books. The majority of our titles are based on a 16-page model and printed in the U.S.A.
  • rope press
    Rope Press is an artist led risograph and digital printing and publishing press, based in Birmingham, UK. We are passionate about print and use our proceeds to fund our artist publishing programme to support artist around the world.
  • Rorhof
    Rorhof is a studio producing books, exhibitions and workshops around photography. We are based in an old farm in the city of Bolzano Bozen in the north of Italy. Our books are produced and printed in collaboration with Longo AG.
  • RVB Books
    RVB BOOK is a publishing house based in Paris. Books by Laurence Aëgerter, Olivier Cablat, Tiane Doan na Champassak, Maurice van Es, Marina Gadonneix, Noémie Goudal, Alexandre Guirkinger, Erik Kessels, Óscar Monzón, Thomas Mailaender, Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs, Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine, Baptiste Ra- bichon, Augustin Rebetez, Lotte Reimann, Tomoko Sawada, Stéphanie Solinas, Penelope Umbrico, among Other
  • S U N
    S U N is a New York City based publisher featuring a range of books, prints and multiples with a focus on photography based works. S U N works directly with artists to create works that expand the field of images as printed objects in editions large and small.
  • Siglio
    Siglio is an independent press in Los Angeles dedicated to publishing uncommon books that live at the intersection of art and literature. We produce trade and limited editions, artist multiples and small collections of ephemera. Artists and writers we publish include Joe Brainard, Sophie Calle, Karen Green Dorothy Iannone, Jess, Ray Johnson, Richard Kraft and Robert Seydel.
  • SIlent Face Projects
    Silent Face Projects is an artist run publishing collective based in Brooklyn, NY and Los Angeles, CA. Founded in 2014, Silent Face's focus is on organizing exhibitions, printed materials and programming all with a focus on producing limited edition books, zines and other printed matter.
  • Silent Sound
    Silent Sound was started in late 2014 by artist Coley Brown in Los Angeles. It’s aim is to release experimental books and projects from contemporary artists and photographers from around the world.
  • SKINNERBOOX
    Skinnerboox is a small independent publishing house established in February 2013 and based in Italy. Our focus is contemporary photography in its various forms. We love to work in close collaboration with photographers, designers, curators, and galleries.
  • Small Editions
    Small Editions is an artists book publisher and curatorial residency program in Brooklyn, NY. Our primary mission is to expand our understanding of the artists book by engaging with artists, curators, and the public and inviting them to interact within our book studio. Since 2012 we have published artists books and editions with over 50 artists. These works have been shared internationally in fairs, exhibitions, public talks and are in library collections around the globe.
  • Sming Sming Books
    Formed in 2017, Sming Sming Books is an artist-run publishing studio based in California, producing a wide range of artists books. Each book is developed out of close conversation and collaboration with artists and writers whose work and ideas inform the book's design, materials, and printing choices.
  • Soberscove Press
    Soberscove Press seeks to make available art-related materials that fill a gap in the literature or are difficult to access. We also work with artists on the production of books that resonate with our growing list.
  • Space Sisters Press
    Space Sisters Press is an artist-centric publisher that collaborates on projects that look beyond the boundaries of a typical book.
  • Spector Books
    Spector’s publishing practice is settled squarely in the intersection of art, theory, and design. Based in Leipzig Germany, our publishing house explores the possibilities offered by an active exchange between all parties involved in the book production process: artists, authors, book designers, lithographers, printers and bookbinders. The book as medium is turned into a stage, a site of encounter for productive exchange. Finding innovative approaches to the medium today calls for a well considered interplay between the content, design, and materiality of a book.
  • Sternberg Press
    Sternberg Press grew out of the small publishing house 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.
  • SUPER LABO
    Based in Tokyo and Kamakura,SUPER LABO is an independent publishing house working closely with an artists and dedicate on designing and quality contemporary photo books.
  • Tan & Loose Press
    Tan & Loose Press is an independent publisher of limited edition artists prints and zines based in Los Angeles, CA. We pride ourselves on producing medium quality, Riso printed ephemera for the tasteless art collector.
  • TBW Books
    TBW Books is an independent photography book publishing company founded by Paul Schiek in 2005. Based in Oakland CA, the company is run on a direct to customer model and is known for its annual Subscription Series, as well as its elaborately crafted and designed limited editions. TBW Books offers its customers a range of titles from artists like Wolfgang Tillmans, Todd Hido, Alec Soth, Jim Goldberg, Mike Brodie and many others.
  • Teknisk Industri / Uten Tittel
    Teknisk Industri is an independent publisher based in Oslo, Norway. Since the company’s conception as an art book publisher in 2008, Teknisk Industri has gained a reputation for publishing high quality art books, artists' books and photo books, working in close collaboration with artists and art institutions. Uten Tittel publishes museum catalouges, essays, and books in the broader visual field, working with institutions and individual artists.
  • Teleidoscope Co-op
    Teleidoscope is a meeting point for authors, archivists and artists. Vintage art books, gender/queer studies, gay historic posters and ephemera, signed monographs by Artemis Smith and Perry Brass.
  • Tenderbooks
    Tenderbooks is a space for independent artist publishing in London. The shop stages regular happenings and a monthly exhibition programme. We have staged exhibitions of Joseph Beuys, Aktionsraum and other rare avant-garde material. Tenderbooks frequently commissions publications and limited editions, working closely with artists to facilitate experimental publishing projects.
  • THE ICE PLANT
    The Ice Plant is a publisher of fine, illustrated books and other printed matter, with an emphasis on photography. 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 Tamara Shopsin).
  • The Song Cave
    The Song Cave is dedicated to recovering a lost sensibility and creating a new one by publishing books of poetry, translations, art criticism, and making art prints and other related materials.
  • Tiny Splendor
    Tiny Splendor is a collective publishing press running out of Berkeley and Los Angeles, California. It was founded on the idea of finding a way to share our friends' artwork, while satisfying our obsession with and love of ink on paper.
  • TIS books
    TIS books publishes unique photobooks and occasional literature. At NYABF 2017, we debut "Township,” by Raymond Meeks, Tim Carpenter, Adrianna Ault, and Brad Zellar, as well as the recently-released "TIS02," with contributions from Tim Carpenter, J Carrier, Nelson Chan, and Carl Wooley. We’ll also have catalog titles by John Gossage, Justine Kurland with John Yau, and Steven B. Smith.
  • tria
  • Triangle Books
    Triangle Books is an independent publisher of artist books founded in 2013 and based in Brussels, Belgium. Our current books and limited editions include Harold Ancart, Jacques André, Saâdane Afif, Thomas Bayrle, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Sebastian Black, Aline Bouvy/John Gillis, Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Robert Heinecken, Caitlin Keogh, Calvin Marcus, Eddie Martinez, Julien Meert, Sam Moyer, Marina Pinsky, Silvia Prada, Rob Pruitt and David de Tscharner & Benoît Platéus.
  • Ugly Duckling Presse
    Ugly Duckling Presse is a nonprofit publisher for poetry, translation, experimental nonfiction, performance texts, and books by artists.
  • Unit Editions
    Unit Editions is an independent publishing venture, producing books for an international audience of designers and followers of visual culture. High quality design and production standards are partnered with insightful texts and informative commentaries to produce books on a wide variety of subjects – subject that are often neglected or ignored by mainstream publishers.
  • Vacancy Projects
    Founded in 2013 by artist & designer duo Kristofferson San Pablo & Mary Vu, Vacancy Projects is a Los Angeles based creative studio specializing in artist-made goods & services reflective of their love of art, humor, counter-culture & Southern California roots.
  • Valiz
    Valiz is an independent international publisher and addresses contemporary developments in art, design, typography and urban affairs. Our books offer critical reflection and interdisciplinary inspiration in a broad-based and imaginative way, often establishing a connection between cultural disciplines and socio-economic questions.
  • VSW Press
  • Water with Water
    Water With Water is an experimental publishing project based in Doha, Qatar. Publications and projects of WWW speculate in visual form at the intersection of Gulf culture and contemporary art and design.
  • Westreich Wagner Publications
    Westreich Wagner is the publishing imprint of Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner. The couple, also noted collectors, museum donors and former art advisors, have published more than thirty artist’s books over the last three decades.
  • X Artists’ Books
    Established in 2017, X Artists’ Books publishes high-quality, artist-centered books that fit within and between genres. Our books are artworks, portals to imagined worlds, treasured companions, the fabric of a community. We love the same things about them as we do about our friends: generosity, open-heartedness, intelligence, mystery, and style.
  • Zucker Art Books
    Irving Zucker Art Books, established in 1939 by Irving Zucker in New York, is a specialist in rare books selling to collectors, museums, and libraries. Joined by his grandson Matthew in 2002 the business expanded to include published projects with contemporary artists (Louise Bourgeois, Doug and Mike Starn, Jenny Holzer, and more in progress), Fine Art, and Editions. Furthermore, Matthew is a well respected expert in the work of Dieter Roth. We maintain a revolving inventory of Contemporary Artist Books, Modern Livre d'Artiste, Design, Architecture, Natural History, Photography, and Prints and Editions.

    Zines

  • #BLKGRLSWURLD ZINE
    #BLKGRLSWURLD is a bi-annual zine run by Christina Long (Creative Director) and her younger sister Courtney Long (Editor) since 2013. Being young African American metalheads sharing their love of the heavy music scene, they craft handmade coloring books, zines, prints & stickers using Risograph and Silkscreen techniques. Zine have been collected by MoMA, MetMuseum, Barnard & The Schomburg Center. The zine is international, queer and open to anyone who celebrates women of color in alternative music – For musicians and fans alike! #heavygirlsloveheavymusic
  • Aidan Koch & IFIAAR
    Aidan Koch is an artist working in drawing, comics, and installation art. She produces small edition art books and zines as well as limited objects. Institute for Interspecies Art and Relations is a small publisher whose focus is on the intersection of animals, ecology, philosophy, and art.
  • Alicia’s Klassic Kool Shoppe
    Alicia's Klassic Kool Shoppe is a Toronto based one woman operation consisting of collage, screenprinted wallpaper and installation, fine art prints, bookworks, posters and a growing collection of found oddities. She also works collaboratively with Eunice Luk, of Slow Editions.
  • Angela Rio
    Angela Rio is an artist and illustrator living in Philadelphia, PA. Her collages turn into screen-prints at Space 1026. Vibrant maximalist motifs reappear throughout her work.
  • antoine lefebvre editions
    Since 2015, antoine lefebvre editions is the publishing structure and nom de plume of artist publisher Antoine Lefebvre. He holds a Phd in Fine Arts from the Sorbonne where he teaches, and created La Bibliotheque Fantastique (2009-2014), a publishing structure for artists' books that was shown in several countries and acquired by numerous libraries and museums, such as the MoMA, Kunst bibliothek and Centre Pompidou. In his latest research project, ARTZINES, he explores the world of artists’ fanzines, and shares his discoveries through an on line database and a metazine.
  • B&D Press
    B&D Press is a micro publisher based in Montreal, Canada. B & D stands for "bug and duck."
  • Bitter
    Bitter is a collective consisting of Jia Sung, Taehee Whang, and Sarula Bao, three queer Asian-American artists who explore questions of identity and heritage through their artist book practices. We will be showcasing zines that explore our interests in poetry, autobiography, archive, folklore, food, fantasy, etc., as well as prints, totes, and apparel.
  • Brie Moreno
    I’m an artist currently living in London. My work has been published by Breakdown press, Nieves Books and Lagon Revue. I typically work with felt tip on newsprint and produce zines, comics and merchandise with my designs.
  • Can Can Press
    Can Can Press is a worldwide risograph zine publisher based in Mexico City, founded and curated by Jackie Crespo and Gabino Azuela, 2 young Mexican artists who aim to publish fresh and cool artwork from emerging artists from around the world.
  • CASSANDRA
    CASSANDRA is a publishing project by Taylor Doran, Kandis Williams, and Jordan Nassar, producing lo-fi activist and academic texts, flyers, posters, pamphlets and readers, in hopes of spreading ideas and sharing perspectives, promoting dialogue, and inspiring further and wider-spread political and social activism.
  • Charlene Man
  • Christopher Branson
  • Christopher Kardambikis
    Christopher Kardambikis explores space, process, and form through books, zines, printmaking, and drawing. He has co-founded three artist book and zine projects: Encyclopedia Destructica in Pittsburgh, Gravity and Trajectory in San Diego, and90 Proof Press in Los Angeles. Christopher is the host of Paper Cuts, a program on Clocktower Radio that documents the contemporary world of zines and DIY publishing. In the fall of 2016 he will be joining the faculty at George Mason University as an Assistant Professor and the Director of Navigation Press.
  • Cold Cube Press
    Cold Cube Press is a risograph publishing and printing collective based out of Seattle, Washington. We are committed to publishing a wide variety of books representing the many mediums and creators making books today. We specialize in publishing comics, art books and poetry and representing a diverse group of artists from all over the world.
  • Colour Code
    Colour Code is an independent print studio and publishing platform based in Toronto, Canada. We specialize in high quality risograph printing, thermography and screenprinting to produce works on paper and fabric. We also publish and distribute short-run artist books, comics, posters and other printed matter.
  • Commune
    "commune" runs gallery/shop in Tokyo and publishing label called “commune Press”, and curates and organize the exhibition in the world.
  • Dale Wittig
    Dale Wittig has made artist books for about 35 years. The books, mostly chapbooks or pamphlets of essays, stories, novels and plays, are sold through Printed Matter and at a few artist book fairs. The books usually include both texts and images, produced through typography, drawing, collage or photography.
  • Deadbeat Club
    Deadbeat Club is an independent publishing group dedicated to the production of small run & limited edition publications rooted in contemporary photography.
  • Desert Island
    Desert Island publishes and distributes experimental comics and illustrated books from their retail headquarters in Brooklyn. Check out their annual festival Comic Arts Brooklyn in November!
  • Ditto Press
    A London-based independent press publishing fashion zines, subculture, and underground projects.
  • ELEVATOR TEETH
  • eli howey
    Eli is an artist and printmaker currently based in Toronto. They combine images and poetry to create contemporary narrative art comics and large-scale paintings on paper. Their work attempts to go beyond what can be seen, incorporating the emotional and imagined spaces within multidimensional environments.
  • Endless Editions
    Endless Editions is a printing and publishing project devoted to producing material by & for artists.
  • Extra Vitamins
    Extra Vitamins is a multidisciplinary creative studio and clothing brand for altering perception.
  • Gayletter
    GAYLETTER began in 2008 as a weekly newsletter to help peeps such as yourself figure out what to do with your free time. Since then the letter has spawned a monthly party series titled INTERRACIAL. GAYLETTER.com contains all the content we wish we could put in the letter each week: interviews, party photos, videos, and much more.
  • GenderFail
    Started in 2015 by Be Oakley, GenderFail is a publishing and programming initiative that seeks to encourage projects that foster an intersectional queer subjectivity. Our projects look at various forms of failure - from personal, public, and political perspectives - as a boundless form of creative potential.
  • Ginger
    Ginger maps networks of creative people. In keeping with the logic of a network, all of the contributors are referred by an editor or contributor from a previous issue. As a feminist publication, we are committed to supporting the work of self-identified women and queer/trans/gender non-conforming individuals and strive to share the experiences and distinctive voices of those who identify as such. In addition to a quarterly print publication, we recently began to produce editions by our artists, the first being a lapel pin.
  • Ginny Projects
    Ginny Projects was founded in 2016. In it's current format, it is a nomadic curatorial project and publishing house focused on emerging artists. Recent publications include 'It Says Negro' by Parker Bright, an NYC-based artist, and 'Scenes From Broken Eggs' by Sophie Friedman Pappas and Vijay Mashrani.
  • Goodbye
    Our practice celebrates dialogue amidst speculative design, architecture, performance, post-dance, and technology.
  • Heather Benjamin
    Heather Benjamin, originally from New Jersey, is currently based in Providence, Rhode Island. She has been self-publishing zines and books of her drawings since 2008. Benjamin has also had several collections of her work released by independent publishers. She has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally. At the NYABF, Benjamin will be showing recent prints, publications, and drawings.
  • Homie House Press
    Homie House Press is a skeleton bones crew of femmes creating + publishing in the foto book medium. We are photographers + book makers + educators holding space for and with QTPOC artists + other marginalized groups. We are a playground where fotos become books, a safe space for secret stories and an open house for honest content. Find us migrating through the in between, the world wide web, and al otro lado del charco.
  • HOTAM
    HOTAM and POSER are two ongoing projects printed in a magazine format. Released several times a year, the work are created by the Vancouver artist/publisher Ho Tam. Each issue is an experimentation of ideas, involving text and images, often autobiographic and relates to the everyday in personal and political themes.
  • Ink Cap Press
    Publications of anti-captialist texts focused on ecology, politics, and poetry. Inky Cap and Lion's Mane features illustrated children's stories challenging heteronormativity, racist paradigms, and patriarchal traditions. Free pamphlets can also be found by NYC Shut It Down, Groundwork, River Protectors and Common Notions.
  • INSTIGATOR
    INSTIGATOR urges and ignites the viewer to stop, drop, roll and laugh. The studio produces zines. prints, stickers and objects. Paul Weston is the man driving the bus, so please always use your review mirror. Side projects include Mini Zine : invited artists from around the globe to create a one page zine. ANY1: is a mobile drawing project for everyone.
  • Interference Archive
    Interference Archive is a community-based “archive from below,” open to the public and focused on the cultural production of social movements. It is a social hub entirely organized by volunteers—dozens of artists, designers, archivists, and activists help run the space. Our work develops from the idea that art and culture are central to all our lives, and directly connected to social justice—the culture we produce is central to understanding who we have been, who we are, and who we can become.
  • Irrelevant Press
    Irrelevant Press is a zine collective and internet shop creating, printing, publishing, and distributing zines and art of all sorts in Oakland, Brooklyn, and on the world wide web.
  • Jo Rosenthal & Friends
  • Knowledge Editions
    Knowledge Editions is a Melbourne-based publisher, established by designer Tim Coghlan, who works with local and international artists and designers to produce autonomous publications that explore the role of the archive in the digital age by cataloguing, collecting, documenting and serialising.
  • La Chamba Press
    La Chamba Press is an independent publishing collective based in Brooklyn, NY and Los Angeles, CA. We are a creative family of different diasporas from Latin America to the Caribbean working in a variety of mediums, manifesting our unique voices and cultural perspectives. Together we share our illustrations, designs, poetry, photography, music and more.
  • Lil’ Deb’s Oasis
    Lil' Deb's Oasis is a restaurant and community space located in Hudson, New York. We will be exhibiting our annual publication "Hot Fridge" which showcases some of the the visual and written works within our restaurant community, as well as our "If U Gay Perfect" bumperstickers, tote-bags, and clothing.
  • LINGUA
    LINGUA makes linguistics zines. With a focus on languages, semiotics and linguistic structures, LINGUA has designed and printed a series of zines and posters that visualize and write about linguistic data. Topics discussed include: how to use sign systems to decode minimal pairs in phonology, how to visualize morphology by breaking down receipts, what is the lexical gap between English and Chinese, how to make sense of grammatical nonsense, and how to contextualize daily matters, etc. This ongoing publication also aims to address one's socio-cultural identity in the multilingual discourse.
  • Manufactoriel
    Manufactoriel is a research proposition in african and black contemporary visual culture, art and style, founded by Tounzi in 2010 with manufactoriel.tumblr.com.
  • Martian Press
    Martian Press is a Risograph press based in Milwaukee, WI and run by Stephanie Lane Gage. We aim to publish content that excites the mind, body, spirit, and astral projection. We also strive to create opportunities to platform local artists, designers, writers, and extraterrestrials, as well as provide Risograph printing services to a city that was otherwise missing them.
  • Mega Press / Panayiotis Terzis
    Mega Press is an NYC based publisher of limited edition zines, books, prints and ephemera. Our mission is to showcase dynamic and unique content that looks towards the tides of the future while marinating the detritus of the past in the turbulence of our present moment. In addition to solo publications by artists such as Athens based HOPE and NYC based Ben Mendelewicz and Pan Terzis as well as print editions by artists such as Lala Albert, Yuriko Katori and Jesse Fillingham, we have been publishing Trapper Keeper, a dystopian sci-fi publication on a semi-annual basis.
  • mooreartpress209
    mooreartpress209 is the publishing extension of the studio of Pam Butler.
  • Mujeristas Collective
    Mujeristas Collective is a NYC based collective and provides a creative a platform for the voices of mujeres through workshops and zines. Mujeristas is inspired by Mujerista ideology that focuses on grassroots experiences of Latinas and the struggle for liberation.
  • Mystery Spot Books
    Mystery Spot Books produces artist books, zines, and other publications that trace the contours of the human-altered landscape. Their most recent series investigates the externalities of energy development and waste. Mystery Spot is a project of Minneapolis-based artist Chad Rutter and Santa Barbara-based scholar Emily Roehl.
  • Nate Pyper
  • Nichole Shinn
    I am an artist, illustrator and book maker working and living in Brooklyn, NY. I am a co-founder of TXTbooks, a small book publishing operation that focuses on using risograph printing to produce short run editions of artists books and ephemera. For my own practice, I use riso to create books and comics relating to my broader reflections on feminine identity within online communities, video games, anime and fantasy.
  • Nico Fontana
    Nico Fontana is the publishing initiative of Nicole Killian, concerned with a queering of language, objects, bodies and spaces.
  • Nova Scotia College of Art and Design – Printed Matter Class
    The Introduction to Printed Matter class has been running continuously at NSCAD since 1978. First taught by Bruce Barber, it was then led by Garry Neill Kennedy until his retirement in 2007. Since 2007, Craig Leonard has taught the course upholding its focus on conceptually driven projects drawing inspiration from NSCAD Library's artists' books collection.
  • Paradise Systems
    Paradise Systems publishes exemplary comics from the United States and China. Inspired by, but unfaithful to comic conventions, we seek to create a community of writers and readers that relish in weird, sincere, experimental storytelling.
  • Pegacorn Press
    Pegacorn Press is a Brooklyn, New York, based feminist, queer, "total-art-freaker" publishing adventure run solely by artist and musician, Caroline Paquita. Formally started in 2011 after fifteen years of self publishing, Paquita has released thirty-two Pegacorn Press publications using Risograph stencil duplicators and silkscreening. The press creates unique, affordable, and collectible editions—most of which are collaborations with fellow artists—to spread an artistic gaylord agenda to the masses in the format of zines, limited edition prints, and ephemera.
  • Perfectly Acceptable Press
    Perfectly Acceptable Press publishes short-run narrative artist books with an emphasis on synergy between content, craft, and form. Our aim is to create an object that pushes the boundaries of a zine without sacrificing accessibility. We have worked with illustrators and cartoonists such as Edie Fake, Lale Westvind, Clay Hickson, and Anna Haifisch. We produce all of our books in-house with Risograph duplicators. In addition to our publishing practice, Perfectly Acceptable is also co-organizer of the North American Risograph Conference with Issue Press.
  • Plum Press
    Plum is a small press founded by artists Paige Mehrer, Sophie Page, and Haejin Park. We publish zines and other printed products, host events and work in other various art forms. We publish a biannual collaborative anthology as well as publish individual artist’s comics.
  • POP3
    POP3 are three independent multidisciplinary artists who have come together over a dedication to printed media and passion for collaboration! Aysen Gerlach is a Turkish-American dyke whose books and zines explore queer identity, food culture and cooking, and pop culture aesthetics. Maya Filmeridis is an adopted mix baby who loves her bed. Trained in traditional printmaking, her focus is on what it really means to be home. Louie Tobin is a queer Californian transplant who encourages us to rethink nature and sociology through watercolor illustration and observational film photography.
  • Precog Magazine
    Precog Magazine is an annual, independent, artist-run magazine featuring artist projects and experimental writing edited, published, and designed by Florencia Escudero, Gaby Collins-Fernandez, and Kellie Konapelsky. We focus on projects made specifically for print-interaction, emphasizing the experiences of women and artists of color in dealing with contemporary dialog around technology, gender, materiality, science, and art.
  • Primitive Languages
  • prompt:
    prompt: is an artist publication directed by Nicole Kaack and Mira Dayal. Each issue emerges from a collaboration by two artists who have not previously worked together and are chosen because of their mutual interests in a particular subject matter or form of research. Artists work together over several months towards a workbook-cum-publication which may serve as a draft for further research.
  • PWP
    Pau Wau Publications is an independent publishing press dedicated to the production of limited edition books & zines of contemporary photography & art, founded in 2008 in Brooklyn, NY by photographer Andreas Laszlo Konrath & designer Brian Paul Lamotte.
  • Rand Paul
    Rand Paul is Rand Renfrow and Paul Windle, two artists that make zines, books and prints, among other things ;)
  • Raw Meat Collective
    Raw Meat is a LGBTQ publishing artist collective designed and curated by Kyle Quinn. We work with a wide range of artists in all types of media, primarily in publication and print. Topics of our artist books and zines include struggles with the body, challenging sexuality and current political struggles as a Queer person.
  • Research and Destroy New York City
    Research and Destroy New York City is a radical zine collective that hates cops.
  • Secret Riso Club
    Secret Riso Club Is a design and risograph studio based In Ridgewood, Queens, founded by the Chilean designer & musician Gonzalo Guerrero.
  • Shana Sadeghi-Ray
    Shana Sadeghi-Ray is a Brooklyn based artist exploring the topic of worship through her renditions of the celebrity tabloid and the common prayer pamphlet.
  • Slow Editions
    Slow Editions is an independent publisher working between Japan and Canada since 2014. Slow Editions is committed to collaborating with artists and printers to produce and distribute compelling artist books and multiples.
  • Snöar Press
    Snöar Press is a London based publishing house founded by Ben Goulder dedicated to the production of limited edition books and zines of contemporary art. Snöar aims to represent artists who hail from the north of England who are often ignored by traditional institutions.
  • Stefanie Leinhos
  • Stolen Books
    "To steal a book is an elegant offense" is a Chinese saying of unknown provenance. We "steal" and publish works whose absence constitute an offense to the art market. Working with established names alongside new and upcoming talents, we make copies of visual projects, purposely designed for the zine/book/poster format. These publications aim to reduce the gap between the vision of the artists (who work on the boundaries of visual art, illustration, video, photography, design, advertising, music and writing) and that of the public. Riso and silkscreen are some of our main tools.
  • The Bettys
    The Bettys is an art collective hailing from the NYC Tri-State area. Since it’s inception we have provided a platform for visual non-male artists to create, network, and celebrate their work through print, in real life and on line.
  • The Oxnard Plain Press
    The Oxnard Plain is a lens-based collective and publisher of regional books, zines and ephemera. Focused on the unique cultural perspectives of artists in the area, we offer critique, studio practice, mentorship, access to workspace, equipment and a resident artist program thanks to partnership with Carnegie Art Museum Studio Gallery.
  • Three Fifty
    Three Fifty is a collective focused on promoting the mediums of artists books, zines, comics, and other self-published printed matter by providing a distribution platform for independent artists. Rooted in the DIY spirit, Three Fifty aims to share artists' work beyond the confines of the gallery, in order to improve equal and affordable access to the arts. The publications in Three Fifty's inventory are diverse in both content and style, working with themes and subjects including personal narrative, abstraction, poetry, socio-political issues, technology, and queer identity.
  • TXTbooks
    Our interest is in self-publishing as a collective and facilitating projects with artists and writers from a broad background of work. Our best case scenario is to publish those who have not yet considered producing a zine; our ultimate goal is to create dumb jokes and passion projects with as many people as possible. All of our works are Risograph printed as a means of aesthetically binding disparate modes of work and thought and as a means to actually afford to do so in small runs.
  • Unity Press
    Unity Press is a project based in Oakland, California and is organized by Jeffrey Cheung and Gabriel Ramirez. We print and publish zines, books, and other materials as expressive objects. Our efforts are primarily centered on artists in the queer, trans, and POC communities of the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
  • Unknown Unknowns
    Unknown Unknowns are written by ghostwriters, computers and other automatic means. They are compiled rather than authored. Words are considered for their monetary value over meaning. Observations take place through surveillance rather than experience.
  • UPON
    UPON is a printmaking studio with a pure intention: explore anything for fun and experience. Showing at various art book fairs such as NYABF and Yale ABF, our exploration zines have been acquired by the Library of The Metropolitan Museum, and The Whitney Museum.
  • WIZARD SKULL