NADA’s non profit model has always been a flexible and adaptable one, which continues to respond to the needs of its exhibitors and the art world at large by creatively reinventing the experience and presentation of art in a fair enviornment. NADA NYC is dedicated to showcasing new art, and to celebrating the rising talents from around the globe.
September 20–22, 2013
Preview: Thursday, September 19
Printed Matter presents the eighth annual NY Art Book Fair, from September 20 to 22, at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens. A preview will be held on the evening of Thursday, September 19.
Free and open to the public, the NY Art Book Fair is the world’s premier event for artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines. Last year, the fair featured 283 booksellers, antiquarians, artists, and independent publishers from twenty-six countries, and was attended by more than 25,000 people.
COMMON PEOPLE was produced using black and white laser printing, red, blue and green Risograph and a variety of different paper stocks – all packed into a hand stamped box in a very limited run.
The publication features works from… Will Adler, Rachel Aggs, Nick Ainsworth, Aaron Anderson, Heather Anderson, Billy Anderson Barnes, David Bailey, Justin Bailey, Tine Bek, Linus Bill & Adrien Horni, Eye Bodega, John Bohl, Amelia Bywater, Eric Timothy Carlson, Lewis Chaplin, Milano Chow, Rob Churm, Michael, Crowe, Fiona Curran, Jonas Delaborde, Jen Delos Reyes, Grace Denis, Chris Dorland, Jesse Draxler, Malcy Duff, Albert Elm, Phil Elverum, Roope Eronen, Hugh Frost, Zoe Giabouldaki, Sara Glahn, Laetitia Glenton, Sayre Gomez, Jason Gowans, Grant Gronewold, Lola Halifa-Legrand, Amy Hancock Martin, Kevin Stanley Harris, Alex Heilbron, Jessica Susan Higgins, Jesse Hlebo, Misha Hollenbach, Dylan Hughes, Alex Humphreys, Craig Jackson, Johanna Jackson, Chris Johanson, Faye Coral Johnson, Lucy Jones, Heather Faye Kahn, Jeffrey Kriksciun, Patrick Kyle, Maggie Lee, Tao Lin, Alex Lukas, Israel Lund, Nick Lynch, Noah Lyon, Neil McGuire, Aaron McLaughlin, Emilia Muller-Ginorio & Julia Scott, Jesse Untracht-Oakner, Soner On, Anna Peaker, Olivia Peebles, RL Perry, Megan Plunkett, Louis Porter, Ray Potes, William Powhida, Stephane Prigent, Pure Fun Skate Zine, Ted Pushinsky, Mike Redmond, Owen Richards, Brian Roettinger, Em Rooney, David Rule, Leon Sadler, Jamie Shaw, Mark Simmonds, Jesse Spears, Edwin Stevens, Jonathan Ryan Storm, Lloyd Stubber, Sumi Ink Club, Peter Sutherland, Ethan Swan, Panayiotis Terzis, Cali Thornhill DeWitt, Jenna Thornhill DeWitt, Ben Charles Trogdon, Eric Veit, James Walkerdine, Matthew Walkerdine, Fritz Welch, Jessica Williams, Grant Willing, Kurtis Wilson and Daisuke Yokota.
Comes packaged in a hand stamped box measuring 33cm x 23cm x 2cm // 101 loose leaf pages, each A4 // A mixture of black and white laser printing and single colour risograph printing // 80gsm stock throughout on various colours
FIRST EDITION OF 75
Thursday 25th April 2013, 6.30pm
Ti Pi Tin
47 Stoke Newington High St, London, N16 8EL
Noah Lyon – Spatial Relationships, 2011 Acrylic on canvas
36 in x 36 in (91.44 cm x 91.44 cm)
Courtesy of the Artist and Galleri Kleerup
Printed Matter, Inc
Sandy Relief Benefit Auction & Selling Exhibition
Works on view and online bidding: March 1 – March 9
Live Benefit Auction Event: March 9, 6-8:30 pm
Purchase Benefit Event Tickets
View the exhibition during gallery hours
Robert Rauschenberg Project Space
455 West 19th St, New York
For absentee bidding contact 212-925-0325
Bid online www.paddle8.com/auctions/printedmatter
Highlighted auction works include an oversize ektacolor photograph from Richard Prince, a woven canvas piece from Tauba Auerbach, an acrylic and newsprint work from Rirkrit Tiravanija, a large-scale Canopy painting from Fredrik Værslev, a rare dye transfer print from Zoe Leonard, a book painting by Paul Chan, a seven-panel plexi-work from Kerstin Brätsch, a carbon on paper work from Frances Stark, a C-print from Hans Haacke, a firefly drawing from Philippe Parreno, a mixed-media NASA wall-piece from Tom Sachs, a unique print from Rachel Harrison, a vintage xerox poem from Carl Andre, an encyclopedia set of handmade books from Josh Smith, a photograph from Klara Liden, a tabletop sculpture from Carol Bove, Ed Ruscha’s Rooftops Portfolio, as well as original works by Cecily Brown, Cheyney Thompson, Dan Colen, Adam McEwen, RH Quaytman, and many others.
In addition to auction works, a vitrine-based exhibition of rare books, artworks and ephemera are available for viewing and purchase. This material includes some truly remarkable items from the personal collection of Robert Rauschenberg, donated by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation in memory of the late Printed Matter Board Member, John McWhinnie. Among the works available are books and artworks from Marcel Duchamp, Willem de Kooning, Alfred Steiglitz, Joseph Beuys, Brigid Berlin (Polk), as well as a Claes Oldenburg sculpture, a rare William Burroughs manuscript, and the Anthology Film Archive Portfolio (1982). Additional vintage artists’ books have been generously donated by the Sol LeWitt Estate. Works include pristine copies of Autobiography (1980), Four Basic Kinds of Straight Lines (1969), Incomplete Open Cubes (1974), and others. Three Star Books have kindly donated a deluxe set of their Maurizio Cattelan book edition.
Includes works by:
Michele Abeles, Ricci Albenda, Carl Andre, Cory Arcangel, Assume Vivid Astro Focus, Tauba Auerbach, Trisha Baga, John Baldessari, Sebastian Black, Mark Borthwick, Carol Bove, Kerstin Brätsch, Sascha Braunig, Olaf Breuning, Cecily Brown, Sophie Calle, Robin Cameron, Sean Joseph Patrick Carney, Nathan Carter, Paul Chan, Dan Colen, David Kennedy Cutler, Liz Deschenes, Mark Dion, Shannon Ebner, Edie Fake, Matias Faldbakken, Dan Graham, Robert Greene, Hans Haacke, Marc Handelman, Rachel Harrison, Jesse Hlebo, Carsten Höller, David Horvitz, Marc Hundley, Alfredo Jaar, Chris Johanson, Terence Koh, Joseph Kosuth, Louise Lawler, Pierre Le Hors, Leigh Ledare, Zoe Leonard, Sam Lewitt, Klara Liden, Peter Liversidge, Charles Long, Mary Lum, Noah Lyon, McDermott & McGough, Adam McEwen, Ryan McNamara, Christian Marclay, Ari Marcopoulos, Gordon Matta-Clark, Wes Mills, Jonathan Monk, Rick Myers, Laurel Nakadate, Olaf Nicolai, Adam O’Reilly, Philippe Parreno, Jack Pierson, Richard Prince, RH Quaytman, Eileen Quinlan, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Ed Ruscha, Tom Sachs, David Sandlin, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Cindy Sherman, Josh Smith, Keith Smith, Buzz Spector, Frances Stark, Emily Sundblad, Andrew Sutherland, Peter Sutherland, Sarah Sze, Panayiotis Terzis, Cheyney Thompson, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Nicola Tyson, Penelope Umbrico, Fredrik Værslev, Visitor, Danh Vo, Dan Walsh and Ofer Wolberger.
Miguel Abreu, Cecilia Alemani, Fabiola Alondra, John Auerbach, Tauba Auerbach, Maria Beaulieu, Andrew Black, Tanya Bonakdar, Christophe Boutin, AA Bronson, Gavin Brown, Ashley Carr (Special Advisor), Mickey Cartin, Eleanor Cayre, Adam Cohen, Eileen Cohen, Michael Cohen, Paula Cooper, Igor DaCosta, Elizabeth Dee, Jeffrey Deitch, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Michele Oka Doner, Dana Farouki, Tim Fleming, Janine Foeller, Charlotte Ford, Larry Gagosian, Suzanne Geiss, Michael Gillespie, Casper Grathwohl, Carol Greene, Agnes Gund, Janice Guy, Jane Hait, Susan Harris, Jessica Hart, Jon Hendricks, Matthew Higgs (Special Advisor), Milan Hughston, Michael Jenkins, Miriam Katzeff, Sean Kelly, David Kiehl, Michele Gerber Klein, David Leiber, Paul Leong, Ken Maxwell, Robert McKenzie (Special Advisor), Gregory R. Miller, Suzanne Modica (Special Advisor), Paul Morris, Barbara Morse, Howard Morse, Stavros Niarchos, Carolina Nitsch, Sam Orlofsky, Anne Pasternak, Timothy Peterson, Friedrich Petzel, Bill Powers, Cay Sophie Rabinowitz, Bobby Rainwater, Mélanie Scarciglia, David Shapiro, Charlotte Sheedy, Bruce Sherman, Bruce Silverstein, Pascal Spengemann, Rob Teeters, Jeffrey Teuton, John Thomson, Liam D. van Loenen, John Waters, Edsel Williams
Proceeds from this sale benefits Printed Matter, the world’s largest non-profit dedicated to artists’ books, in its recovery from flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Printed Matter would like to extend our deep gratitude to the amazing generosity of contributing artists, supporting gallerists, as well as the Benefit Committee and others. Special thanks to the Rauschenberg Foundation for hosting the event and for their kind support.
Välkomna på vernissage!
Under våren hämtar vi på Restaurang Niklas vår inspiration från Brooklyn, New York, och av den anledningen har vi bett galleristen Jonas Kleerup att producera en utställning med samma tema.
Dj: Ivo Kiusalaas
- När? Torsdag 21 mars, kl. 17.00-20.00
- Var? Niklas, Regeringsgatan 66
OSA på: http://stureplansgruppen.se/vernissageniklas
- Vernissagen presenteras i samarbete med Brooklyn Lager.
Galleristen Jonas Kleerup producerar en utställning med Brooklyn-tema till Restaurang Niklas som under våren har just New Yorks stadsdel Brooklyn som tema på sin meny. (more…)
Printed Matter Sandy Benefit Auction
Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s new Project Space at 455
West 19th Street, New York.
Preview Party will be held at the Space on Thursday, 28th February
Purchase Benefit Event Tickets Here
Noah Lyon will be exhibiting with Galleri Jonas Kleerup Stockholm, SE booth #36.
MARKET 2013 15–17 februari
MARKET är Nordens ledande mässa för samtidskonst, en exklusiv mötesplats för den nordiska konstscenen på Konstakademien i Stockholm.
För åttonde året i rad samlar MARKET Nordens främsta gallerier och konstnärer och erbjuder alla konstintresserade ett brett urval av den samtida konstvärlden.
Gallerier från Sverige, Danmark, Norge, Finland och Island deltar.
A Fair within a Fair at
Printed Matter’s LA ART BOOK FAIR
February 1–3, 2013
Opening: Thursday, January 31, 6–9pm
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
ZINE WORLD is a super-sized subsection of the LA ART BOOK FAIR, featuring more than 80 zinesters from home and abroad: Adam Villacin, ANAL, billy ocallaghan, Brown Griffin, Cinders, COMBO, Dale Wittig, Darin Klein & Friends, Deadbeat Club, Deth P. Sun, Drippy Bone Books, DUM DUM Zine, Encyclopedia Destructica, Evah Fan and Brendan Monroe, Fantasy Camp, Funchicken, Gary Kachadourian, Golden Spike Press, Gravity and Trajectory, Hamburger Eyes, IIIII Columns, Instigator, The Institute for Extraterrestrial Sexuality, j. morrison, JIMMY the zine, Justin Jorgensen / COP DAD Magazine, Kingsboro Press, Louis M. Schmidt, Miniature Garden, Needles & Pens, Never Press, Nhd. Noah Lyon / RETARD RIOT, NOWORK, Oso Press, Pau Wau Publications, Pop-Hop Books & Print, Shawn Whisenant, Signify, Sanctify, Believe, Starrfucker Magazine, Sumi Ink Club, Swill Children, Working Class, The Worst Magazine Ever, The Wreckless Press, and many more.
ZINE WORLD features three exhibitions: GSD: Skate Fate till Today begins from Gary Scott Davis’s early, ground-breaking zine publishing of the ’80s. Zine Masters of the Universe features Mark Gonzales, Ari Marcopoulos, Raymond Pettibon, and Dash Snow. Bedwetter and Beyond is a survey of the artists’ books and zines of Los Angeles-based artist Christopher Russell.
ZINE WORLD POP-UP SHOP: Boo-Hooray presents a Larry Clark pop-up shop and an installation of t-shirts and skateboards from Larry Clark’s extensive collection, including items used in his movies.
ZINE WORLD GETS POLITICAL: The political meets the personal in FRIENDLY FIRE. Exhibitors include; Antena, The Center for Urban Pedagogy, CrimethInc. Ex-workers’ Collective, Edie Fake, Errant Bodies Press, Half Letter Press / Temporary Services, Insane Dialectical Posse, Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, Michalis Pichler, and The Public School
ZINE WORLD THEATER presents non-stop performance, film, sound, and words throughout the weekend. Events include the Awesome Vistas Live Music Showcase on opening night; zine collector Phillip Aarons in conversation with AA Bronson and Darin Klein; publisher Sarah Williams talks to Eve Fowler, Sumi Ink Club (Sarah Rara and Luke Fishbeck) and others about how books changed their lives; and a short film program by Mike Kuchar. The fair ends with Rosa Von Praunheim’s Trans Music Spectacular, the rarely seen film City of Lost Souls.
Printed Matter presents the first annual LA ART BOOK FAIR, February 1–3, 2013, at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in downtown Los Angeles. The opening will be held on the evening of Thursday, January 31 from 6 to 9 pm.
Free and open to the public, the LA ART BOOK FAIR is a unique international event for artists’ books, art catalogs, monographs, periodicals and zines presented by 220 international presses, booksellers, antiquarians, artists, and independent publishers from twenty countries.
New Editions by David Benjamin Sherry and Andrew Kuo support the LA ART BOOK FAIR and keep it free. For further edition information contact Shannon Michael Cane: email@example.com
Visit www.laartbookfair.net for further information.
Printed Matter’s LA ART BOOK FAIR is the companion fair to the NY ART BOOK FAIR, held every fall in New York. Over 20,000 artists, book buyers, collectors, dealers, curators, independent publishers, and other enthusiasts attended the NY ART BOOK FAIR in 2012.
The LA ART BOOK FAIR is free and open to the public.
Thursday, January 31: 6-9 pm
Friday, February 1: 11–5pm
Saturday, February 2: 11 am–6pm
Sunday, February 3: 12 am–6pm
Plan 3, Mäster Samuelsgatan/Norrlandsgatan
Öppning 24 Januari 18–21
Öppettider: Fredag 10–20 Lördag 10–18 Söndag 11–18
Peter Bergman, Björkholmen Gallery, Galleri Flach, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Galleri Kleerup, Galerie Nordenhake , Tovar Ressle, Stene Projects, Galleri Anna Thulin