Three Letter Words Launch and Fair
Rochelle School & Club Row
Arnold Circus, Shoreditch
London, E2 7ES
Saturday 22 November 2014
Fair open: 11 a.m. – 6.30 p.m.
Performance by Anat Ben-David at 7.15 p.m.
over 50 artist-publishers including: Akerman Daly, AND, Arcadia Missa, Art Licks, Arty and Garageland, Banner Repeater, Behind the X, The Block, Book Works, Claire de Rouen Books, Clod Magazine, The Coelacanth Press, Copy Press, coveredintoner, Dent De Leone, E.R.O.S., The Everyday Press, Exitstencil Press, Four Corners, Fourteen-Nineteen, Gnommero, The Grantchester Free Press, Grey Tiger Books, Hard Mag, Hato, Kate Morell, LemonMelon, Mark Pawson/ Disinfotainment, Michalis Pichler, Mono Kultur, Monster Emporium Press, New Documents, Novel, Occasional Papers, OOMK, PICPUS, Ridinghouse, Sara MacKillop, Schizm, Sender Brocken, Spector, Test Centre, TG/Beck books, thingsthatfall/Joe Scanlan, T-R-E-M-O-R-S, Unrealised Projects, Vargas Organisation, X Marks the Bökship, zeitschrift.
Growing from Publish and Be Damned this fair launches a new era of the annual fair with a new name, new website and new commissions.
Independent Bookshops: A Luminous Books/Owl Cave collaboration with a Bay Area and Pacific Northwest focus. A Tenderbooks table with titles sourced from Coracle Press (Tipperary), Wax 366 (Glasgow), Paraguay Press (Paris) and Moschatel Press (Fife). Múltiplos, Barcelona, with a selection from Spain and Portugal. Ti Pi Tin with independently and self-published titles from photographers. Plus X Marks the Bökship will be bringing newly published artists' books and titles launched recently at the Bökship.
The fair will also feature a selection of archival material, including a complete set ofInternationale Situationniste and copies of Studio International among lesser-known countercultural material from 20th Century Archives.