Are you looking for a book club group where you can discuss your favourite art books or artists? Then this book club might be for you: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArtBookClub/ I set the club up because reading is a solitary activity but when a […]
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The assets of the art book publisher Black Dog Publishing and sister company Artifice Books, which went into voluntary liquidation last month, have been sold to the London-based publishers St James’s House Media who say they will be looking to take on projects started by the previous owners.
The London-based publisher of books on contemporary art has gone into liquidation and its Islington book shop has closed its doors.
Scottish artist Katie Paterson has recently published her first monograph, documenting almost 10 years of multidisciplinary projects that range from a 100-year artwork to streetlights powered by lightning. Anneka French finds out more.
In the morning I tried to find the English book shop but it was hard to locate it. I headed for Zoom Pizza for a much needed coffee. There was Pauline who originally told me about it and she kindly […]
This is the concluding post of my blog discussing my trip to Amsterdam to research artist run bookstores supported by my a-n International Travel Bursary. Thank you for reading my blog! It’s been three months since my adventures in Amsterdam where […]
Here, I want to acknowledge the paper and packaging based things collected in Amsterdam that will make up a book, page-work or fancy ‘something or other’ in the coming weeks. I identify a process of collecting, archiving and arranging as […]
Ott Metusala is a graphic designer who moved to Amsterdam from Estonia to study Graphic Design at the Gerrit Rietveld Acadamie where he met Pieter Verbeke and Elisabeth Klement. Pieter is a librarian and Elisabeth is a graphic designer. Together, […]
San Serriffe is an art bookshop and gallery situated in a narrow cobbled street in the red light district in the old town of Amsterdam. It’s a shop unit and the interior fit is minimal giving it an industrial feel […]
This year’s London Art Book Fair at Whitechapel Gallery – the seventh since launching in 2009 – features over 90 exhibitors and a special focus on Scandinavian art publishing. Pippa Koszerek talks to Max Vickers, the fair’s coordinator.
For the second in our seasonal series, we’ve selected some stimulating books to keep you company over those long, hot summer days. So whether you’ll be relaxing on the beach, sipping cocktails by the pool, museum-hopping on a city break, or sheltering from the rain in a cosy tent – pack one of our holiday reads and enjoy that well-earned break!