MISS READ 25. – 27. 11. 2011
miss read 2011

25. – 27.11.2011
Opening Party in Café Bravo: Friday, 25.11.2011, 6–12 pm

Opening hours
Friday, 25.11.2011, 3–9 pm
Saturday, 26.11.2011, 3–9 pm
Sunday, 27.11.2011, 12–7 pm

For the third time MISS READ has invited international publishers and artists to show their books at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin. As a genre of its own, the artist book reflects contemporary ways of artistic production and publishing to a great extent and also addresses issues of presentation and circulation as well as new strategies of distribution. Presenting a selection of more than 80 of the most active contributors in this field, the festival provides the rare opportunity to encounter and explore the contemporary scene of independent publishing.

A Prior Magazine, Ghent | Afterall, London | AKV Berlin, Berlin | AND Publishing, London | Anita Di Bianco, New York/Berlin | Apparent Extent, Cologne | Archive Books, Berlin | argobooks, Berlin | Art Metropole, Toronto | Automatic Books, Venice | b_books, Berlin | ballabella papers, Berlin | Bartleby & Co., Brussels | Bedford Press, London | Boabooks, Geneva | BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE, Berlin | Brinkmann & Bose, Berlin | Broken Dimanche Press, Berlin | Bücherbogen, Berlin | Bücher & Hefte, Berlin | Camera Austria, Graz | Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht | Dutch Art Institute/MFA ArtEZ, Arnhem | edition fink, Verlag für zeitgenössische Kunst, Zurich | Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich | Edition Taube, Stuttgart | EN/OF, Berlin/Kleve | Errant Bodies, Berlin | Fillip, Vancouver/Berlin | Fritz Balthaus, Berlin | FUKT magazine for Contemporary Drawing, Berlin | GAGARIN, Antwerp | GRAPHIC magazine, Seoul | hard copy (HEAD — Genève & Monospace Press), Amsterdam | information as material, York | Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht | Knust/Extrapool, Nijmegen | Kunstverein Publications, Amsterdam | LemonMelon, London | Lubok Verlag, Leipzig | Mathieu Copeland Presents, London | Maximage, Berlin | Merve Verlag, Berlin | Michael Baers, Berlin | Michalis Pichler, Berlin | mono.kultur, Berlin | Morava, Poznań | Mörel, London | Motto, Berlin | Mousse Publishing, Milan | Nebula Books, Copenhagen | Occasional Papers, London | OEI magazine, Stockholm | OMMU, Athens | Onomatopee, Eindhoven | Paraguay Press, a division of castillo/corrales, Paris | Passenger Books, Berlin | Piktogram & Bureau of Loose Associations, Warsaw | Pork Salad Press, Copenhagen | Precinct, London | Pro qm, Berlin | Provence, Berlin/Nice | Revolver Publishing, Berlin | Rollo Press, Zurich | Roma Publications, Amsterdam | Sara MacKillop, London | Scriptings/Achim Lengerer, Berlin/Amsterdam | Space Poetry, Copenhagen | Spector Books, Leipzig | Starship, Berlin | Sternberg Press, Berlin | Studienzentrum für Künstlerpublikationen in der Weserburg, Bremen | THE GREEN BOX, Berlin | The Piracy Project, London | The Surplus Library | Ugly Duckling Presse, New York | umool umool, Amsterdam | urban art info, Berlin | Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne | Verlag Silke Schreiber, Munich | Westphalie, Vienna | Wiens Verlag, c/o Wien Lukatsch, Berlin | X Marks the Bökship, London | Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., Ljubljana

MISS READ. Event program
Saturday, 26.11. and Sunday, 27.11.2011, each 3–5 pm

Event program on contemporary ways of artistic publishing with presentations, lectures, films and performances.
Free admission

MISS READ. Workshop for children from age 5
Sunday, 27.11.2011, 3 – 5 pm

„Self-made! My very first artist book“
Under the direction of Silke Feldhoff, children get the opportunity to draw, print and make a collage in order to produce their very own artist book.
Bookings at: infoatkw-berlin.de
Attendance: Maximum of 15 children. Free admission to the workshop.

MISS READ and the accompanying event program are free of charge.
The event program is organized by Anke Schleper, Axel John Wieder and Alexis Zavialoff.


MISS READ is a collaboration with STADT LAND BUCH
and an initiative of KW Institute for Contemporary Art, argobooks and Michalis Pichler.