Join us at the Rhode Island School of Art & Design for the 3rd edition of the Unbound Art Book Fair on Saturday, April 6th from 11am to 6pm. For more information on exhibitors, follow the link HERE. See you there!
Check out our latest interview with Paper Cut’s Podcast. Recorded at the Edition Art Book Fair in October 2018 in Toronto, I talk about censorship in print, new titles, sex in art and more. Link available here! Enjoy <3
We’re busy working on new titles for the spring... Our next event will be The LA Art Book Fair at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. Please check us out there with all new books and projects then. See you there and don’t forget to shop and support. <3
We're so excited for the 8-Ball Zine Fair #14!
Here's the details:
8-Ball Zine Fair #14
Sunday, December 9, 12-6pm
El Coqui Billiards & Lounge
54-19 Myrtle Avenue
Ridgewood, NY 11385
Lots of friends and publishers on this one, come support them all.
See you there!
Major thank you to everyone who visited us this past weekend! One of our favorite cities and fairs. <3
Please join us for the 3rd EDITION Art Book Fair in Toronto. It will be our first time there and we have all new surprises planned with some great upcoming artists, stay tuned!
More information on the fair HERE.
Join us this year for the Printed Matter Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1. More details coming soon on all new titles. Stay tuned.
An art-fetish event presented by Bryan Beretta and Vincent Tiley.
DJ Rose Dommu
Visuals by Peter Clough
Fetish Photography by Raw Meat Collective
Live bondage demo
Gogo by Henry
NO COVER, Clothing Check Available, Drink Specials, Dark Areas
Please join us for a book launch for The Origins of Color, published by Raw Meat Collective. Project collaborators Vincent Tiley and Bryson Rand, will be joined in conversation by moderator Evan Garza to explore their Queer history / painting project. Join the event on Facebook here
For more than a year, the artists have been working together on “The Origins of Color.” The project is interested in creating a parallel between the mythic history of Indian Yellow pigment (a pigment falsely believed to have been made from cow urine), the coexistence of fact and myth in Queer histories and the oral accounts of the lives of cultural producers of the early Gay Liberation movement and the AIDS era, and the once popular “piss scene” that replaced the gay cruising culture during the AIDS epidemic.
The book includes all the photos, paintings, and historic documents, with an introduction by curator Evan Garza, Director of Rice Public Art at Rice University.
It is an edition of 300, perfect bound and full color. Its a beautiful book that represents a great portion of current Queer contemporary art and follows a beautiful timeline of artistic history.
Printed Matter Page: https://www.printedmatter.org/programs/events/697