By: Victoria Hindley
The founding co-organizer of Miss Read and editor of "Publishing Manifestos" surveys the vibrant landscape of art book publishing.
Exposition du programme "Déjouer Flaubert" conçu par le Frac dans le cadre du bicentenaire de la naissance de Gustave Flaubert.
Vernissage vendredi 17 septembre à 18h
Non loin de Rouen, la commune de Canteleu conserve une gravure de 1635 de Jacques Callot illustrant La Tentation de Saint-Antoine. À l’appui de l’ouvrage de Flaubert, de cette gravure, et de la collection de livres d’artiste du Frac, Ludovic Burel, commissaire, artiste et éditeur, propose de relire ce poème en prose sous l’angle de la désacralisation, en prenant pour point de départ les sept péchés capitaux.
The global publishing industry is still dominated by gatekeepers in the Global North. To what extent does the colonial gaze shape the art book market? How is it possible to decolonize the art book industry? The evening centers around two recently published publications: Decolonizing Art Book Fairs – Publishing Practices from the Souths is a workbook with primarily newly commissioned texts and interviews with artists, authors and publishers.
“In every discipline artistic theory is little avail without unremitting exercise, but especially in mnemonics, theory is almost valueless unless made good by industry, devotion, toil, and care. You can make sure that you have as many places as possible and that these conform as much as possible to the rules; in placing the images you should exercise every day.”
— Frances A. Yates
Apt 13’s A New Museum’s Triennial @ FR MOCA
Fall River Museum of Contemporary Art
Opening May 14/15, 2021
502 Bedford Street
Fall River, MA
Launch of Decolonizing Art Book Fairs and IDEA POLL publications
Plus a three-day online program
Conceptual Poetics Day 2021: August 24, 6–10pm
Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW)
“it’s a book, …, the annual meeting of producers in the field of independent publishing, takes place for the twelfth time in 2021. for the eighth year in a row, it is developed as part of a project seminar at the academy of fine arts in leipzig. a group of students is conceiving, developing and preparing the event.
Since 2005, Printed Matter’s Art Book Fairs have hosted international exhibitors featuring a wide variety of works—from zines and artists’ books to rare and out of print publications, and contemporary art editions. This new Fair expanded upon the rich tradition of our longrunning and beloved NY and LA Art Book Fairs, including over 400 exhibitors from 43 countries, with online programs, performances, games, and more.
In 1972, Ulises Carrión took a single poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti and churned it through 44 typographic and procedural permutations. The result was SONNET(S), a departure from Carrión’s earlier poetry and one of the earliest in a long and influential series of “bookworks.”
La fréquentation de l’exposition est limitée par la jauge d’accueil de la bibliothèque dans le respect des consignes sanitaires en vigueur.
Publishing as Artistic Practice: In Conversation With Michalis Pichler