57 Cell Issue 3 Launch at Printed Matter — Brenna Murphy and Benjamin Phelan
57 Cell is an alternative space. It is a publication featuring 3D modeled exhibitions in simulated environments. It is a collaborative project where artists develop environment ideas and project concepts specific to a series of works or notions of works. The exhibitions take form exclusively in publication and are not available for on-line viewing.
57 Cell is directed, curated and digitally modeled by Gregory Kalliche.
The third issue, 57C0003 features 2 solo exhibitions: Brenna Murphy, Trans~Loom~Reflector & Benjamin Phelan, Endogenous Encounter.
The publication measures 21.5 × 28 cm, is staplebound with 28 pages, and retails for $12.
NYC/CUNY Chapbook Festival
Open Space's Fifth Annual Publications and Multiples Fair
Open Space's Fifth Annual Publications and Multiples Fair
D Center, 16 West North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218
March 8th and 9th, 12pm - 6pm Saturday and Sunday
Arts & Sciences Projects
Bite Not Press
Black Aggie Press
Booklyn Artists Alliance
Color Wheel Digital Printing
Hic & Hoc Publications
Holy Page Records
Hood College Art Galleries
Jessica Hans Ceramics
Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez
MICA: Retooling the Cottage
Print/Collect Process Collective
Rock & Rose
Zach Hazard Vaupen
Zine Of The Month
Thumbs Up - Sight specific, wireless broadcast of works made for viewing on cell phones and other glass devices. Featuring works by Ben Marcus (Chicago), Ryan Riss (Denver), and more.
- - Friday March 7th - -
The Crown, 1910 N Charles St
Music from Gun Tit, Vlonde, Oh Hang, and Terence Hannum
- - Saturday March 8th - -
MICA Studio Center 131 W North Ave
Super Intense Fan Fiction Reading Series: Jordan Card convinces noted Baltimore personalities to unlock their diaries and read the most personal excerpts from their voluminous store of passionate fan fiction. Featuring Rjyan Kidwell (Silver Surfer), Dale Beran (Twilight), Molly Colleen O'Connell (Golden Girls), and Justin Lucas (Steve: Irwin The Crocodile Hunter). Blushing encouraged.
Spiral Cinema Presents: Selections from UNDERVOLT screening and Q+A with Jimmy Joe Roche and Nicholas O' Brien
Animation Screening and Q+A from Dash Shaw
Preparing Images for Digital Printing: A lecture by Liz Donadio, owner & operator of Color Wheel. Learn how to best prepare your files for existence outside the digital realm. With 10 years of experience making digital prints, Donadio will share her expertise on how to achieve optimal quality and consistent results.
Club K, 2101 Maryland Ave
Early Pop Music Show, 6pm
- - Sunday March 9th - -
Wind Up Space, 12 W North Ave:
Poetry Readings: Lesser Gonzalez Alverez, Molly Colleen O'Connell, Brendan Sullivan, Alex Ventura, Tim Paggi, Alaina Stamatis, Chloe Maratta
MICA Studio Center, 131 W North Ave:
Pecha Kucha: Selector Series. This quick-fire presentation lineup features notable creatives sharing their ideas on curation, selection, and editing. Liz Durette, Keith Varadi, Megan Plunkett, R.M. O'Brien, Deana Haggag, Sydney Shen, Andrew Liang, Aaron Estes, Kelly McNutt, Nik Planck
- - Friday March 7th - -
Linda Yung LEASE AGREEMENT, 3718 Ellerslie Ave. 4-8pm
Black and White featuring works by Jackie Riccio, Rachael Davis, Zack Schmitt, Max Anderson, Lisk Feng, Nicole Rodrigues, Kimi Hanauer, Luis Rivas, Shane Smith, Lee Heinemann, Lili Roberts-Gevalt, Chris Williford, and Izzy Garcia curated by Soja Solvang and Marines Montalvo in conjunction with ALLOVERSTREET at Penthouse Gallery, 1501 Guilford Avenue APT B501 and Annex 2E, 419 E Oliver St. APT 2E, 7-10pm
SPF works by Val Karuskevich and Steve Riddle, opening in conjunction with ALLOVERSTREET at Springsteen, 1511 Guilford Ave Unit B303, 7-10 pm.
- - Saturday March 8th - -
Crisis Image, Opening of the Alternative Press Center at the Alternative Press Center Library at 2239 Kirk Avenue 12-6 PM
Find No Two Suns, Sophia Belkin and Suzanna Zak curated by Ginevra Shay with curatorial assistant, Emily Mason at Current Space 421 N. Howard Street 7-10 PM
Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures, Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, Lauren van Haaften-Schick, curated by Arts & Sciences Projects at Guestspot at the Reinstitute, 1715 N Calvert Street, 7-10 PM
Megan Plunkett, sophiajacob, 510 Franklin Street, 7-10 PM
Diane Young, A Reading Rock512Devil, 512 Franklin Street, 8 PM
2 Freak 2 Flash, Floristree, 9:30 PM
Vancouver Art/Book Fair 2014 Call for Exhibitors
Vancouver Art/Book Fair 2014: Call for Exhibitors
Deadline to apply to participate: April 25, 2014
Artists, collectives, publishers, artist-run centres and art book distributors are welcome to apply to participate. Simply send a brief email introducing yourself and your publishing activities to our Exhibitors Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free and open to the public, VA/BF is the only international art book fair in Canada and one of only two on the West Coast. In 2014 the event is anticipated to attract over 1,500 visitors from across the Greater Vancouver Area and beyond.
Presented by Project Space, VA/BF is a two-day festival of artists’ publishing featuring nearly one hundred local, national and international publishers, as well as a diverse line-up of programs, performances and installations. Featured artists travel to Vancouver from across Canada and the globe, and produce everything from books, magazines, zines and printed ephemera to digital, performative or other experimental forms of publication.
When & Where:
Vancouver Art/Book Fair (2014 site to launch in May)
Free and open to the public
Saturday, October 4 and Sunday, October 5, 2014
at the Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC
Members Only Preview: Friday, October 3, 2014
Satellite events will take place as part of Artists’ Books Week, a series of programs hosted by local publishers, curators and artist-run centres across Vancouver. This year, the Fair will also coincide with the Vancouver Book Fair, taking place next door at UBC Robson Square, which features collectible, antiquarian and rare books.
• All registrations are for both days of the Fair
• Tables are approximately 3' x 6'
• Full tables are $250 CDN and half tables are $150 CDN; however, a limited number of sponsored tables are available to those who must travel a great distance or who have other special limitations. To apply for a sponsored table, please contact email@example.com.
Vancouver Art/Book Fair
Project Space presents the second annual Vancouver Art/Book Fair, a two-day festival of artists’ publishing that features nearly one hundred local, national and international publishers of books, magazines, zines, printed ephemera and digital or other experimental forms of publication, as well as on-site programs, performances and installations.
Free and open to the public, VA/BF is the only international art book fair in Canada and one of only two on the West Coast.
IN PRINT: Art Zines + Small Press - Submissions due November 22nd, 2013
IN PRINT will exhibit self-published books, zines and experimental printed matter showcased in a zine reading room installation featuring publications from a variety of graphic artists and writers.
Your submission is not a guarantee that your work will be accepted; refer to the specific Submission Instructions, below, for details. IN PRINT: Art Zines + Small Press opens on Friday, January 10, 2014 at Work: Detroit.
Good Press Malmö August
Through the month of August, Nick from Good Press will take up residence KRETS in Malmö, Sweden. Expect a month long shindig of all the usual Good Press happenings; books, zines, printed goods, ART, as well as changing installations of works, films screenings, talks and performances.
2013 Detroit Art Book Fair
Join us for the first annual Detroit Art Book Fair located in Detroit's Eastern Market neighborhood.
Medium Cool is an art book fair in Chicago that aims to engender new conversations and relationships, both within the city and abroad.
CALL FOR ARTIST'S BOOKS!: ForYourArt, Ooga Booga, and Alumnos47 present: Artist’s Books and Cookies at Ooga Booga #2!
This is the second iteration of ForYourArt's Artist's Books and Cookies event. This year, the event will be hosted at our own Ooga Booga #2, located at 356 S. Mission Road, LA.
We are calling for submissions of artist’s books to be displayed at OB #2 for a one-day exhibition on June 30, 2013.
Bushwick Art Book & Zine Fair — 2013
Location: Schema Projects
92 St. Nicholas Avenue (between Hart St & Suydam St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Dekalb or Jefferson L Train
Friday May 31, 7-10pm
Saturday June 1, 2-7pm
Sunday June 2, 2-7pm
Full information here: http://blondeartbooks.com/2013/05/07/babz-fair-bushwick-art-book-zine-fair/
"Maker and Destroyer of Books" a dialogue at Eyebeam
When: Thursday, May 30th, 2013, 6pm
Where: Eyebeam 540 West 21st Street, New York City
This Thursday, May 30th, marks the culmination of the Eyebeam/Publication Studio micro-residency with a panel entitled "Maker and Destroyer of Books"- a public discussion on the resilience and transformation of the book as technology and object in an expanded field of publishing.
David Knowles and Olivia Erlanger from Publication Studio will discuss the history and philosophy of the studio with Eyebeam Program Director Roddy Schrock, Eyebeam Resident Kristin Lucas, writer and critic Brian Droitcour, and Rhizome Program Director Zoë Salditch.
2013 NY Art Book Fair
Libros Mutantes, self-published book fair in Madrid.
From 23.04 — 28.04.2013
Book Binding Class at The Public School
This class would ideally be an introduction to book binding, specifically for zines and other small publications. Would anybody be interested in learning this or is anybody able to teach this? It would also be possible to do some readings about the history of print and publication to supplement what would perhaps be a more hands on class.
Center for Book Arts: Ongoing Call for Exhibition Proposals
This Exhibition Series is intended to provide contemporary interpretations of the book as an art object and/or related media, as well as to challenge traditional notions of the book arts. Exhibitions that feature a broad representation of media, site-specific installations, and performances are encouraged. The Exhibitions Committee is especially interested in proposals for:
* Exhibitions that will further and/or challenge the discourse of book arts within a contemporary artistic criticism, particularly theme based explorations
* Exhibitions that will advance the field of traditional bookmaking practices, particularly by showing a wide range of artists
* Focused exhibitions of two to three artists that demonstrates a cohesive artistic trend or subject matter
Proposals are reviewed by the Center’s Exhibition Committee three-four times a year. However, the exhibition schedule is planned at least 15 months in advance.
REMOTE RESIDENCY : GOOD PRESS GALLERY
We are inviting applications for Good Press's very first Residency. This is open to artists of all disciplines; visual artists, photographers, writers, publishers, people.
L.I.E at The NewBridge Project Newcastle February 2013
"We're pleased to announce that L.I.E will be at The Newbridge Project in Newcastle from February 2013.
On show will be 'L.I.E Outpost Crate No.1' featuring a selection of titles from L.I.E's permanent collection, 3 Script works, as well as twenty '10 Favourite Books' lists, with contributions from Ed Ruscha, Katrina Brown, New Jerseyy, Olivia Plender, Charlotte Cheetham, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Jem Southam, Jeff Eaton, Benjamin Sommerhalder, Lionel Bovier, James Jenkin, OMMU, Marco Kane Braunschweiler, Layla Tweedie-Cullen, Jeremy Millar, Alec Finlay, Fraser Muggeridge, Torpedo Press, An Endless Supply, Axel Wieder.
Opening night: Friday 1st February 2013, 6 pm onwards.
L.I.E directors Mark James and Christopher Green will be giving a talk about L.I.E in the gallery on Saturday 2nd February from 5 - 6 pm, all welcome!
12 noon - 6 pm Monday to Friday (and Saturday 2nd February)
The NewBridge Project
18 New Bridge Street West
Newcastle, NE1 8AW, UK
LA Art Book Fair
Printed Matter has organized their annual fair of contemporary art books, art catalogs, artists' books, art periodicals, and 'zines—but this time in Los Angeles! Admission to the fair is FREE.