An important aspect of Charlesworth’s practice is her longstanding engagement with publishing: she was an active writer and critic, and made several artist books and photo catalogues.
Organized by Endless Editions, this year’s fair features 47 vendors, interactive public programs, and more.
In a quickly growing collaborative spreadsheet, exhibitors share what they planned to show this year, along with detailed descriptions, prices, and links to purchase.
In the 1970s and ’80s, lesbian separatist communities produced a visual culture that spread across the country in the mail and on the shelves of feminist bookstores.
Despite the overwhelming number of independent presses, it was challenging to find the books and zines that couldn’t easily be seen elsewhere, say on Amazon or in gallery bookshops.
LeWitt’s bookmaking fits squarely within his commitment to order and seriality, revealing his overall practice as a total work of art.
Amid the many exhibits at Printed Matter’s annual art book fair, a booth from Fournier Fine & Rare stands out with rare books and archival gems.
Printed Matter’s 14th annual New York Art Books Fair kicks off on Thursday night with a preview at MoMA PS1.
A team of Hyperallergic contributors scoured the fair’s vast and truly delightful offerings and picked some of their favorite items to share with you.
For attendees looking for a diversion, five special exhibitor projects carve out unique spaces for play and commerce.
Alongside the wealth of exhibitors, Printed Matter has put together a robust programming schedule with over 100 free discussions, workshops, and performances.
The fair is among the leading international gatherings for the distribution of artists’ books, celebrating the full breadth of the art publishing community.