Offprint, the independent publishing fair, is returning to London this weekend at the Tate Modern Turbine Hall - ahead of the launch tonight at 6pm we take a look at a look at a selection of publishers who've caught our eye. It is free to enter all weekend, for more details head to the Offprint site.
We covered Loose Joints earlier this year for the
publishers fair. They are returning for Offprint with new titles: A reunion of long time collaborator Sean Vegazzi with his book '
' and '
' by Marton Perlaki as well as prints by Loose Joints founder Lewis Chaplin and Sarah P-Espenon.
All images © Loose Joints
We first came across magazine and book publishers Livraison at the LA Art Book fair and were struck by their beautifully made self-titled magazine showcasing a broad range of work across a chosen subject as well as numerous Artist's book such as their recently launched Robert Nettarp – 1970-2002 (L–B. 005) and Martina Hoogland Ivanow Satellite + Circular Wait (L—B. 008).
All images © Livraison livraison.se
Operating in the intersection between record label and publishing house Paralaxe Editions recently released a collaboration between NTS alumni Beatrice Dillon and Rupert Clervaux 'two changes'. Launched in 2014 the stable has released tapes, records and art books including the title 'Let us now Praise Infamous Men' all 200+ copies of which have been shot at point blank range by the artist:
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Performance by Charlotte Krieger & Jean-Vincent Simonet Music by Body Motion
On Friday evening at 8pm at the Tate there will be a performance by Charlotte Krieger and Jean-Vincent Simonet and Bodymotion. Presented by ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne as part of the Self Publish, Be Happy project space at Offprint London.