NOAH LYON at NY Art Book Fair, October 2-4 at P.S.1 MoMA Contemporary Art Center

Announcements, shows — Noah Lyon on September 25, 2009 at 12:26 pm

Come see the NOAH LYON / RETARD RIOT table on the first floor in the Friendly Fire section – room N101. nyartbookfair4

Printed Matter’s annual fair of contemporary art books, art catalogs, artists’ books, art periodicals, and ‘zines offered for sale by over 200 international publishers, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, and independent artist/publishers. Admission to the fair is FREE.

Printed Matter, the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to publications made by artists, presents the fourth annual NY Art Book Fair, October 2-4 at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, Queens.

The Fair hosts over 200 international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, and independent artist/publishers presenting a diverse range of the best in contemporary art publications.

Philip Aarons, Chairman of the Board at Printed Matter, said: “Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair re-establishes New York City as the heart of art publishing. This extraordinarily democratic and far-reaching project brings together ground-breaking and unique exhibitors, speakers, and events from twenty-one countries.”

Printed Matter presents a special exhibition of books, posters, and ephemera by Richard Prince, as well as screenings, book signings, and performances. Other events include the Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference, cosponsored with the Art Libraries Society of New York (ARLIS/NY); and The Classroom, a full-schedule of informal artist talks, performances, and screenings.

The Fair will open for preview October 1, 6-8 PM at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.

Following the preview, Deitch Studios, Long Island City, generously hosts a benefit for Printed Matter, featuring industrial punk-and-dub duo, I.U.D. (Lizzi Bougatsos of Gang Gang Dance and Sadie Laska of Growing). DJs Tim Lokiec and Gary Murphy play vintage house. Tickets begin at $20 and include limited artist editions by Elmgreen & Dragset, Jutta Koether, Tom Sachs, and Mungo Thomson.

LOCATION
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Ave
Long Island City, NY 11101 (map)

FAIR HOURS
Friday/Saturday, October 2 & 3, 2009, 11am – 7pm
Sunday, October 4, 2009, 11am – 5pm

The NY Art Book Fair is FREE and open to the public.

PREVIEW
6 – 8 pm, Thursday, October 1, 2009 at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center

BENEFIT
Following the preview, Deitch Studios, Long Island City, generously hosts a benefit for Printed Matter, featuring industrial punk-and-dub duo, I.U.D. (Lizzi Bougatsos of Gang Gang Dance and Sadie Laska of Growing). DJs Tim Lokiec and Gary Murphy play vintage house. Tickets begin at $20 and include limited artist editions by Elmgreen & Dragset, Jutta Koether, Tom Sachs, and Mungo Thomson.
$20 – benefit plus ticket edition by Tom Sachs in a numbered edition of 450
$150 – benefit plus edition by Jutta Koether signed and numbered edition of 150
$150 – benefit plus edition by Mungo Thomson signed and numbered edition of 150
$3,000 – benefit plus portfolio of 26 prints by Elmgreen & Dragset signed and numbered edition of 26

NY ART BOOK FAIR COMMITTEE
Philip Aarons, AA Bronson, Skuta Helgason, Catharine Krudy, Carolina Nitsch, Richard Prince, Dieter von Graffenreid, John Waters, Matthew Zucker

Peter J. Russo, Coordinator
Jared Ray, Assistant to the Coordinator

FEATURED EXHIBITION
Richard Prince Calling All Readers (Books & Posters)

John McWhinnie curates a survey of the books and posters of Richard Prince, from the 70s to today.

FRIENDLY FIRE
Printed Matter’s curated selection of exhibitors features the young and the restless: artists, collectives, and others who independently self-publish in a free-spirited range of formats, including books, zines, CDs, and DVDs.
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1301PE
2nd Cannons Publications
38th Street Publishers
A-Jump Books
A.R.T. Press (Art Resources Transfer, Inc.)
Adam & Kate Davis, Booksellers
AM Bruno
AMMO Books
ANARTIST
Andrew Roth, Inc.
Antic-ham
Aperture
Argobooks
Art Lies
Art Metropole
Art on Paper
Art Papers
Artbook / D.A.P.
ARTFORUM
Artists Space
Artship Publishing
Artspeak
Banana Books
Bernhard Cella, Salon für Kunstbuch
Bidoun Magazine
Boekie Woekie
Bongout
Book Works
Booklyn Artists Alliance
BorderCrossings
BravinLee
BUTT Magazine
Bywater Bros. Editions
Böhm/Kobayashi Publishing Project
Cabinet
Capricious
Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art
Casco Projects
Catia Whitmore
Central Booking
Charles Clough
Charles H. Scott Gallery
Charles Lane Press
Conundrum Press
Coracle
DADDY THE MAGAZINE
Dalhousie Art Gallery
Dashwood Books
Dazibao
de Appel
Decode Inc.
Deitch Projects
DISPATCH
Dobbin Books
e-Flux
Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI)
Emily Carr Institute Press
Evil Twin Publications
Exit Art
Eye Level Gallery
Fabulous Fictions
Fillip
FOIL
Frieze
FUKT
GAGARIN
Gallery 360
Golden Age
Gottlund Verlag
GRAPHIC (Propaganda)
Gregory R. Miller & Co.
Harper’s Books
Hassla Books
Iconoclast
Invisible-Exports
J&L Books
Jeremy Sanders @ Glenn Horowitz Bookseller
Joachim Schmid
John McWhinnie @ Glenn Horowitz Bookseller
Kaiserin
Kink
Kodoji Press
Le Edizioni Della China
Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery
Lines & Shapes
Lubok Verlag
Marcus Campbell Art Books
Mark Wangberg
Matt Wobensmith
mediabus
MER. Paper Kunsthalle
Metropolis M
MFC-Michele Didier
ModLit Books
MoH/08
Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery
MUSAC
Mörel Books
Name Publications
NSCAD University Press
onestar press / Three Star Books
Parkett
PictureBox
PIN-UP
PINUPS
Plug In ICA/Plug In Editions
powerHouse Books
Presentation House Gallery
PRESSPOP, INC.
Primary Information
Princeton Architectural Press
Printed Matter, Inc
Pyramid Power
r.a.m. publications + distribution, inc.
Raketa
RCAAQ
Red Fox Press
Regency Arts Press
RGAP (Research Group for Artists Publications)
Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery
SCB Distributors
Schaden.com Buchhandlung
Seems Books
Silverbridge Editions
Sister
Soberscove Press
Specific Object
steven harvey fine art projects
Stop Over Press
Straight to Hell: The Manhattan Review of Unnatural Acts
Susan Happersett
Susan Mills
TBW Books
TEXTE ZUR KUNST
The Art Newspaper
The Center for Book Arts
The Green Box
The Ice Plant
the journal
The Thing
THEY SHOOT HOMOS, DON’T THEY?
Torpedo
Ugly Duckling Presse
USELESS
Utrecht
Visual Studies Workshop Press
VisualBooks
Volker Zander / Jörg Koopmann
Werkplaats Typographie
Western Exhibitions
White Columns
Witte de With
Wodger
X-ING BOOKS
YYZ Books
Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E.
Zucker Art Books

CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS’ BOOK CONFERENCE

In collaboration with the NY Art Book Fair, the Art Libraries Society of New York (ARLIS/NY) presents the Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference on October 3rd and 4th. Sessions will focus on recent developments in artists’ books, zines, data-oriented artworks, reprints, print-on-demand, and criticism. The keynote features Maria Eichhorn, Seth Siegelaub, and Christophe Cherix discussing Eichhorn’s recent publication, The Artist’s Contract. Other participants include: artists Jacqueline Hassink and William E. Jones; publishers Paul Schiek (TBW Books), Stacy Wakefield Forte (Evil Twin Publications), and Gary Fogelson, Phil Lubliner and Soner Ön (The Holster). See more here.

THE CLASSROOM

The Classroom is a full-schedule of informal artist talks, performative lectures, and other lessons of impromptu spirit with free, continuous enrollment for all fair-goers. The faculty includes: Center for Book Arts, Dexter Sinister, Fillip, free103point9 with Brett Ian Balogh and Tarikh Korula, Friends of the Fine Arts (FFARTS), Jason Fulford, Rick Myers, Michalis Pichler, Red 76, Carson Salter, Jennifer Sullivan, Three Star Books with Haim Steinbach, Triple Canopy, Ugly Duckling Press, Western Exhibitions with Miller & Shellabarger, and others. The Classroom is curated by David Senior, Museum of Modern Art Library.

PROJECT ROOMS

- Gallery 360 (Tokyo) presents JAPANESE POP THEN & NOW, with works by Kiyoshi Awazu, Suzy Amakane, Keiji Ito, Erika Kobayashi, Yutaka Kuriyama, Keiichi Tanaami, Tadanori Yokoo, and Aquirax Uno.
- Werkplaats Typographie (Arnhem), the Dutch super-school, bringS all 19 students to New York City to undertake an onsite project: an exhibition/project/event/book stall.
- Dexter Sinister (New York)
- Peres Projects/DADDY THE MAGAZINE (Berlin, Los Angeles) presents new publications and artist editions.
- Electronic Arts Intermix (New York) presents a new video program.

…AND MORE

- Gareth Long and Derek Sullivan present Long’s sixth iteration of Bouvard and Pécuchet’s Invented Desk for Copying. The desk-sculpture, pulled from the unfinished pages of Flaubert’s incomplete last novel, is where Long and Sullivan work on their on-going project to illustrate (and re-translate) Flaubert’s Dictionary of Received Ideas.
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