AND events

5th December 2013 - 13th February 2014
Open: 12.00–5.00pm Thursday – Saturday
The Piracy Project at Grand Union
Grand Union
19 Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Birmingham, B5 5RS
The Piracy Collection will be temporarily located at Grand Union
where we'll investigate the collection with the following events.
7th December: Panel Discussion with Cornelia Solfrank
25th January: Putting The Piracy Collection On The Shelves
Join us to decipher and discuss where the books belong

10th November 2013
The Dublin Art Book Fair 2013
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
5-9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
As well as offering publications from national, international and self-publishers,
this year’s Dublin Art Book Fair will include discussions on self-publishing and
specially commissioned publisher talks in collaboration with AND Publishing
and Visual Artists Ireland:
9th November - AND workshop: The Container and the Contained
10th November - AND talk: Mechanical Inventions

8th November 2013
1 Day Course: Self-publishing for Artists and Artist-Led Groups
Belfast Exposed Photography
The Exchange Place, 23 Donegall Street, Belfast BT1 2FF
A creative and practical introduction to self-publishing using (POD)
10:30-13:30 : Introductions, What is Print on Demand (POD), Experiments
and Propositions to Challenge, To Make Public
14:30-16:30 : Individual or small group sessions where we discuss possibilities,
ideas and solutions for your specific project.

October - November 2013
Working In The Edges 2 / Self Publishing With Print-On-Demand
Another short evening course led by AND
The Showroom, London
63 Penfold Street, London NW8 8PQ
Session 1 : What is print-on-demand?
Session 2 : Pixel into paper: the format of the book
Session 3 : Practical mock making
Session 4 : In circulation - How to create a public?
Session 5 : Practical intervening and improving

5th-6th October 2013
Salon Light By Night
Gymnase des Pyrénées
296 rue des Pyrénées, 75020, Paris
To celebrate it’s 10th anniversary, Salon Light will be at the
heart of Paris’ Nuit Blanche program. Always striving to renew
itself, Salon Light by Night will be a challenging 12h art marathon
for the fifty international publishers presenting thousands of new
artist’s books. Curated by Sylvie Boulanger. We will set up a kiosk
to find investors in the chapters of our forthcoming book.

19th-22nd September 2013
Miss Read : The Berlin Art Book Fair
art berlin contemporary
Luckenwalder Strasse 4-6 10963, Berlin, Germany
An art book fair that brings together for the fifth time the most
important protagonists of art book publishing. MISS READ is organized
by argobooks, Michalis Pichler and KW Institute for Contemporary Art.
Advisor: AA Bronson. We will set up a kiosk to find investors in the
chapters of our forthcoming book.

15th June 2013, 2–5pm 2013
A Day At The Courtroom
The Showroom, London
63 Penfold Street, London NW8 8PQ
As part of AND's residency at The Showroom, where the Piracy
Collection is on view, invited lawyers Prof Lionel Bently, Sergio Muñoz
Sarmiento and Prodromos Tsiavos will engage in a performative debate
using their different legal backgrounds to explore concepts of legality,
illegality and all the nuances in-between. As evidence they will use items
taken from The Piracy Collection.This presentation will be followed by a
round table discussion.

18th May 2013, 2–5pm 2013
The Showroom, London
63 Penfold Street, London NW8 8PQ
As part of AND's residency at The Showroom, where the Piracy
Collection is on view, invited guest Stephen Wright will discuss
usership that “stands opposed to the whole conceptual institution
of ownership. This presentation will be followed by a round table discussion.

23rd March 2013 from 2-5pm 2013
Translating (Polyglott Piracy)
The Showroom, London
63 Penfold Street, London NW8 8PQ
As part of AND's residency at The Showroom, where the Piracy
Collection is on view, invited guest Prof Eva Hemmungs-Wirten
will discuss Polyglot Piracy: Translation and the Instability of Texts.
This presentation will be followed by a round table discussion.

March 2013 - May 2014
Variable Format is travelling and accumulating as it goes...
Monokozuri: Ways and Printing Surfaces
- March 21 to April 10 Higher Institute of Fine Arts of Besançon ;
- April 22 to May 25 , Higher School of Art and Design of Amiens ;
- From May 26 to August 31 , International Festival Poster and Graphic of Chaumont ;
- Year 2013-2014 , Graduate Schools of Art and Design of Cambrai and Valencia ;
- May 2014 , graphic Season End
Commissioners : Sacha Leopold, François and Thierry Havegeer Chancogne
Furniture exhibition : Lionel Dinis Salazar
Co-producers: School of Arts and Communication at Cambrai, Higher School of Art
and Design Amiens, Higher School of Art and Design in Valencia, Superior Art Institute
of Fine Arts of Besançon, University of Le Havre - Season One Graphic City of Chaumont -
International Festival Poster and Graphic of Chaumont

2nd March 2013 from 11-7pm 2013
Publish and Be Damned
Institute of Contemporary Art
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
The annual Publish And Be Damned self-publishers fair returns
for its second year at the ICA. The fair features over 50 publishers
with experimental editorial directions and distribution strategies
operating outside the mainstream.

February - March 2013
Working In The Edges / Self Publishing With Print-On-Demand
A short evening course led by AND
The Showroom, London
63 Penfold Street, London NW8 8PQ
Session 1: What is print-on-demand? Technology impacts the way we publish
Session 2: The ethos of print-on-demand and independent publishing
Session 3: In circulation - How to create a public?
Sessions 4 & 5: Improving automated printing processes by human intervention
Session 6: Launch of the outcome

27th November 2012 at 12:15-13:15pm 2012
Men Meets Machine
Open Media Research Seminar - Series 5
Coventry University, Jordan Well, Coventry, CV1 5FB
A year-long series of research seminars on the theme of openness in media in all its forms organized
by Coventry University School of Art and Design, Department of Media and Communication. All the
seminars are free to attend and open to all. AND has been invited to speak at this lecture series
where various examples of aspects of openness in media will be explored.

14th-17th November 2012
Book Of The Ships
exhibition, lecture and workshop
Oslostrasse 10, CH-4142 Münchenstein/Basel
Guestcorner with Eva Weinmayr Institut Kunst der Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst (FHNW).
The Piracy Project presents an exhibition with a collection of pirated books, recipes and entertainment
electronics, as well as films and a lecture at Oslo10. Piracy Lab: A two-day workshop on issues raised
by cultural piracy in collaboration with the Institut Kunst der Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst
(FHNW). The results of the workshop will be presented within the exhibition at Oslo10 until the
beginning of January 2013. The workshop will be held in German and English.

21st October 2012 at 11-5pm
Book and Zine Fair / Experimental Design and Literature
Spike Island
133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX, United Kingdom
Spike Island’s fourth book and zine fair brings together international independent publishers,
designers and collectives whose work focuses on experimental design and literature.
Participants include: An Endless Supply / B.Books / Bedford Press / Book Works / Bronze Age
Editions / City Edition Studio / Colin Sackett/UniformBooks / Copy / Eastside Projects / G39 
/ Hato Press / Hyphen Press / Laydeez do Comics / Library of Independent Exchange / Mule
Press / Museums Press / Nom de Strip / Penned in the Margins / Spike Associates 
Reading area: Åbäke / AND Publishing / Sophie Dutton / Gratuitous Type / Teller

19th - 21st October 2012
Salon Light #9
Palais de Tokyo
13 Avenue du Président Wilson 75116 Paris, France
Every year, Cneai organises Salon Light, a salon dedicated to micro-edition and artists’ publications.
With an international reputation, it has gathered more than 600 publishers in a period of 8 years.
Cneai, through Salon Light, supports and promotes the dissemination of experimental publishers
whose work covers the field of art and its frontiers: social sciences, graphic design, sound, poetry...
Curated by Sylvie Boulanger et Charlotte Cheetham. AND will be launching Variable Format.

5th - 7th October 2012
Vancouver Art Book Fair
Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby St, Vancouver
Project Space and presenting partner Fillip host the first annual Vancouver Art/Book Fair. Drawing
from publishers local and international, VA/BF will showcase emerging practices and contemporary
dialogues in publication through a series of talks, book launches, readings and more, as well as more
than seventy publishers of books, magazines, zines and printed ephemera by artists, designers,
publishers and institutions.

21st September - 28th September 2012 (day and night)
Truth is Concrete
Steirischer Herbst Festival Gmbh
Sackstraße 17 / 8010 Graz / Austria
A 24/7 marathon camp that means around 150 artists, activists and scientists will lecture,
perform, play, produce, debate and collect artistic strategies in politics and political strategies
in art. The marathon is a machine, running in the centre, inspiring and frustrating. It is surrounded
by the camp as a living and working environment, a social space that not only offers possibilities for
retreat, continuing debates, workshops, sleep but also its own versions of facilities that any small
village needs: A garden, a library, a video library, a radio, a hairdresser…

21st September - 23rd September 2012
Launch of Variable Format on 23rd September from 2-4pm
London Art Book Fair
Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX
The London Art Book Fair is an annual event which celebrates the best of international contemporary
art publishing. Hosted by the Whitechapel Gallery in association with Marcus Campbell Art Books,
it showcases a diverse range of work ranging from individual artist publishers to galleries, magazines,
colleges, arts publishing houses, rare book dealers and distributors. In 2011 it attracted 12,000 visitors
over 3 days who came to browse. AND Publishing, in collaboration with Åbäke, will launch Variable
, an experimental sample book that explores the social and creative potential of print on demand.

15th September - 16th September 2012
Various Fires in Publishing
Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art
Witte de Withstraat 50, 3012 BR Rotterdam, The Netherlands
A series of dynamic presentations by small press/self-publishers and workshops exploring collaborative
printing practices as well as self-publishing. Organized for festival Wereld van Witte de With, this project
continues Witte de With & PrintRoom’s on-going collaboration. Presentations and workshops by AND
Publishing, Lemon/Melon and Fucking Good Art.

12th September - 27th October 2012
The Grand Domestic Revolution (GDR)
The Showroom
63 Penfold Street, London NW8 8PQ
The Grand Domestic Revolution (GDR) is an ongoing ‘living research’ project initiated by Casco, Office
for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht as a multi-faceted exploration of the domestic sphere. Inspired by
US late nineteenth-century ‘material feminist’ movements that experimented with communal solutions
to domestic life and work in order to connect it to the public domain. The GDR involves artists, designers,
writers, researchers, activists, domestic workers and others in collaboratively experimenting with and
re-articulating the domestic sphere, and exercising notions of the social, the public and the commons.

2nd September 2012 at 3.00pm to 5pm
ArtQuest Self Assembly Seminar: Self Publishing with Print on Demand platforms
William Morris Gallery
Forest Road, Waltham Forest, London E17 4PP
Artquest and AND Publishing present a practical seminar to help you decide if self publishing through
print-on-demand is appropriate for your work and how to go about finding the right platform. Part
of the E17 Walthamstow Art Trail.

11th August - 8th September 2012
Brunch Conversation: Papers on 11th August
Print it. Saturday Brunch Conversations: Papers, Fictions, Scripts and Circles
and Pop-Up Artist Bookshop

Site Gallery
1 Brown Street, Sheffield, S1 2BS
Artists-in-residence, COPY (Joanna Loveday and Charlotte A Morgan) curate Papers, the first in
a series of discussions. This one draws upon the history and significance of self-publishing, its
implications today and the use of publication as medium or curated space. With Simon Cutts and
Erica Van Horn (Coracle), Lynn Harris, David Osbaldeston and RGAP. Chosen for their range and
variety of means of production, Site has also brought together twenty publishers from across Britain,
Europe, US, creating an extended pop-up bookshop during the exhibition.

14th July and 29th September 2012
Piracy Debate on 16th August
HELP/LESS Printed Matter summer exhibition
Printed Matter Inc.
195 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10011
For its summer exhibition, Printed Matter is hosting an ambitious instore exhibition entitled

HELP/LESS, organized by artist Chris Habib. The store-wide show includes over 180 books

that explore the fluidity of authorship in artists' books and multiples. Including original artworks,
book objects, prints and a tremendous selection of artists' books, 
HELP/LESS looks to the
various modes and methods of appropriation in contemporary art.

21st July and 18th August 2012
Unravel | Unauthorise | Upcycle

Eastside Projects
86 Heath Mill Lane Birmingham, West Midlands B9 4AR
Self-Publishing Workshops and Discussion. A series of two workshops and 
a discussion
event, led by AND, An Endless Supply and Gavin Wade. Using ‘Upcycle this Text’, Gavin
Wade’s manifesto focusing on the 
concept of upcycling from the viewpoint of the arts as
a starting point for thinking, this project offers 
the opportunity to learn new skills and put
them into practice in a critical environment.
First Workshop 21st July from 1-5pm
Discussion 21st July from 6-8pm
Second Workshop 18th August from 1-5pm

8th-11th June 2012
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Schietbaanstraat 17, 3014ZV Rotterdam
This three-day workshop is a creative collaboration with our everyday digital devices

(laptops, voice recorders, smartphones, scanners, digital cameras). Tracing the glitches, 

flaws and corruptions that occur when a message/short story is passed through a line of

devices we will explore the implicit transformation processes and their invisible background 

operations. The resulting material will form the content of a publication, which will be 
on the last day of the workshop.
Talk on Friday at 7pm
Workshop Saturday - Monday 1-5 everyday

2nd-17th June 2012
Le Saloon du Livre and Blank Book Makers Exhibition
Fonderie Kugler
Fonderie Kugler, rue de la Truite 4 bis, 1205 Genève
Exhibition, book fair and lectures on the 'Void' in publishing. Lectures are organised
in partnership with HEAD – Geneva, University of art and design. Participants include:
AND Publishing, art&fiction, Boabooks, Boekie Woekie, Coracle press, dasein, Editions 75,
Edition Fink, Editions Nord, Greatest Hits, Héros-limite, Incertain Sens, Innen zine, JRP-Ringier,
Mark Pezinger Verlag, Nieves, Occasional Papers, OMMU, Westphalie Verlag, Zédélé Editions

2nd-25th May 2012
X Marks the Bökship
210/ Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9NQ
A collection of artists’ online publishing activities and a series of events curated by
Rahel Zoller and X Marks the Bokship. Please join us on May 2nd, as we discuss
contemporary digital publishing practice. Lynn Harris will talk about AND Public. Including
Fillip, if:book, Nieves, How to Sleep Faster, Dracula V, The Metapress, Or-bits, Self Publish
Be Happy, Very Small Kitchen, Preston is my Paris, Triple Canopy, Publication Studio

18 April - 23 May 2012
Every Tuesday/Wednesday from 12-6pm
AND Public Surgeries
X Marks the Bökship
210/ Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9NQ
Hour long one-to-one session: practical and creative advice for using POD, helpful
resources for developing your artwork, examples of interesting approaches to POD
and dissemination, lots of sample papers and books to see. Please sign up at

17 March 2012
Publish And Be Damned
Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
The Fair 46 Publish And Be Damned Members occupy the ICA and sell their wares.
We'll be sharing our latest AND Public titles and Lynn Harris will join panel discussion
I Don't Want To Make A Book in cinema 1 with Marc Herbst (The Journal of Aesthetics
and Protest, Los Angeles), Nick Thurston (Information as Material, York). Chaired
by Kit Hammonds (Publish and be Damned, London).

6 - 31 March 2012
The Piracy Project Residency
SALT Research
Bankalar Caddesi 11, Karaköy 34420 İstanbul Türkiye
Throughout the month of March, Eva Weinmayr will be in residence and bring The Piracy Project
to İstanbul in the form of a temporary reading room at SALT Research. Through the residency,
parallel events, and reading room, Weinmayr will develop a platform to discuss unauthorized
approaches to the recontextualization of cultural works—focusing not only on artists and writers,
but also on publishers, programmers, academics, and business people who are challenging existing
structures and authorities as well as ways of producing and redistributing cultural products
and values.

5 February 2012 at 12:30pm
Acoustic Mirrors
Zabludowicz Collection
176 Prince of Wales Road, London, NW5 3PT
A dynamic weekend of events and live radio broadcast via Charlie Woolley's Radio Show
organised by students from the curatorial post-graduate programmes at Royal College of Art
and Goldsmiths, University of London. A broad array of speakers and members of the public
are invited to reflect on the conceptual and physical distribution of art today. AND presents
a frustrating audio transcription around "Dear Google" by Print Matters Interest Group, which
was published by AND in 2010.

13 January 2012 from 6.30pm
Artquest 10th Anniversary
The Showroom
63 Penfold Street, London NW8 8PQ
Artquest celebrates ten years of helping artists with dancing, drinks and food.
Bring a bottle and a book you would like to swap. We'll be there with an exciting
selection of AND Public works by Publish & Be Damned, Cullinan Richards, Claire
Louise Staunton, An Endless Supply, AND and Milton Keynes Gallery, Roman Vasseur,
Robert Carter, Rahel Zoller and New Society of Dilettanti. Don’t miss the giant piñata
with star prizes, art interventions and art celebrity photo-shoot; arrive early to join the fun.

17 December 2011
2HB: What we make with words: Book Fair & Glasgow Journals Launch Event
Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)
350 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD Glasgow
BOOK FAIR 12-5pm
In discussion with the Glasgow journals, CCA has invited UK and international publishers
to join in exploring the issues and enthusiasms current within art writing and publishing,
providing a context in which to view similar activity in Glasgow. Exhibitors will include
AND Publishing (London), Bookworks (London), Casco (Utrecht), Motto Distribution (Berlin),
Torpedo (Oslo), Pist Protta (Copenhagen), Transmission (Glasgow), Abake (London/France),
Automatic Books (Italy), Mousse (Italy), Mono Paper (London), VERSUCH (London),
Ditto Press (London) and Eastside Projects (Birmingham).

9 December 2011
In Progress
Barbican Centre
Silk Street, EC2Y 8DS London
Andrea Francke/The Piracy Project will discuss the potential of piracy to
foster innovation and creativity at It's Nice That's, one-day conference.
In Progress aims to showcase "groundbreaking ideas and projects from 2011,
and explores how they might shape 2012 and beyond. Championing creativity
across multiple platforms, In Progress promises an expertly curated programme
of high-profile talks and insights from some of the most exciting and forward-
thinking people in the creative industries."

Other speakers include Sir John Sorrell (Sorrell Foundation), Tom Uglow
(creative director of Google and YouTube), Mills & Lennermo (ustwo), Lindsey
Hilsum (Channel 4’s award-winning international editor), James Bridle (writer
and publisher) and Moira Sinclair (Arts Council Executive Director, London)

25. – 27. November 2011

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststr. 69, D-10117 Berlin
For the third time MISS READ has invited international publishers and artists to
show their books at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin. As a genre of its
own, the artist book reflects contemporary ways of artistic production and publishing
to a great extent and also addresses issues of presentation and circulation as well as
new strategies of distribution. Presenting a selection of more than 80 of the most
active contributors in this field, the festival provides the opportunity to encounter
and explore the contemporary scene of independent publishing.

21-23 October 2011
cneai = Salon Light # 8
Point Ephemere
200 Quai de Valmy, 75010 Paris
Each year, the Cneai organizes the Light at Point Ephémère Salon in Paris, the exhibition
dedicated to desktop publishing and publication of artists. Held over three days, the show
comes alive interventions of editors and is punctuated by a table program of research every
day from 2-5pm. On Friday Lynn Harris will join the research discussion about new issues/
practices/formats of artist book and independent publishing.

8 October 2011
Again, A Time Machine / Artist's Books and Zine Fair
Spike Island
133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX
Over thirty international publishers, artists’ projects and collectives working across the fields
of art, design, illustration, literature, philosophy and politics descend on Bristol for this very
special event. Alongside presenting the recently published Pick-me-up titles we will set up
a reading room with The Piracy Project. For The Happy Hypocrite Readings the Piracy
Project will feature a book from its collection: "The New Guide of the Conversation, In
Portuguese and English" by Atlas Projectos read by Andrea Francke and Lynn Harris.

30 September -2 October 2011
New York Art Book Fair
22-25 Jackson Ave and 46th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101, US
The 6th annual Printed Matter NYABF at PS1is the world's premier event for artists'
books, periodicals and zines presented by more than 200 international presses, sellers,
antiquarians, artists and independent publishers from over 20 countries. The Piracy
Project will be on display for browsing and Eva Weinmayr and Andrea Francke will
discuss the project in the 'Classroom'.

24 September 2011, 2.45-3.45pm
Talk: Cultural Piracy at The London Art Book Fair
Whitechapel Gallery - Zilkha Auditorium
77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX
AND will give a short presentation about the Piracy Project and findings in China and discuss
what the creative realm is in the process of copying. Participants include artist Andrea
Francke, initiator of The Piracy Project; Eva Weinmayr, co-director of AND Publishing;
Kenneth Goldsmith, founder, UbuWeb; and Nick Thursdon from Information as Material.

23-24 July 2011
A/ffair of Publishing
195-205 Richmond Road, London, E8 3NJ
A weekend affair paying homage to essayistic forms bound through
art, this two day event showcases artist books, editions, graphic novels,
innovative and experimental publishing and media projects. Saturday
23, 8-12pm: Screening of essay films by artists Chris Marker, David Oscar
Harvey, Doug Fishbone, John Smith and An Endless Supply.

7 July 2011 from 2-5pm
Introduction to AND Public
Byam Shaw Library
Byam Shaw School of Art
AND Public is a print-on-demand platform, where you can create,
display and sell your publishing projects online. Please join us for
an introductory talk and workshop.

1-4 June 2011
The Book Affair
Campiello delle Erbe 2003, Campo San Polo, 30125 Venezia, Italy
On the occasion of the four days opening of 54th edition of the Venice
Art Biennale (1—4 June, 2011), Automatic Books, the independent
publishing house run by Tankboys, Elena Xausa and Tommaso Speretta,
presents The Books Affair, a two days of independent art publishers fair.

5 May - 9 June 2011
The Piracy Lectures
Byam Shaw Library
Byam Shaw School of Art
As part of The Piracy Project we are holding a series of talks and Pirate
Labs each Thursday around book piracy, the concept of authorship and
politics of copyright. Speakers include James Bridle, Eleanor Vonne Brown,
Daniel McClean, Maria Fusco, Bobbie Johnson, Dr. Prodromos Tsiavos.

16 April 2011 from 2-6pm
AMASS: Towards an Economy of the Commons
Chisenhale Gallery
64 Chisenhale Road, London E3 5QZ
Organised by Doxa, …ment and Amateurist Network, three independent
collectives based in London, this one-day event addresses the question,
‘What is the protocol of the commons?’. Artists, academics and policy-
makers debate culture-led regeneration, precarity in the cultural economy
and open source practices in the digital domain.

7 April 2011 from 6 - 9pm
It’s Your Write: A Celebration of the Self-Published!
V&A Museum of Childhood
Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9PA
A mini festival celebrating a new wave of DIY counter-culture
and craftivism as part of Time Out First Thursdays, where we'll
feature a performative publication made of texts by Andrea Francke
and Josefine Wikstrom that discuss artistic labour from two different
perspectives. We'll have a production line set up and ask the public
to help us publish the work on site.

31 March 2011 from 6:30-10pm
Publish and be Damned mini-market at the Barbican
Barbican Art Gallery
Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
A special appearance from PABD’s cult publishing fair, featuring some
of the very best independent and DIY publications, books and magazines
made by artists and print enthusiasts.

25 & 27 March 2011
Publisher of the Month and The Piracy Project Introduction
X marks the Bökship
210 / Shop 3 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9NQ
An introduction our latest project The Piracy Project through
a lecture by Andrea Francke on Book Piracy in Peru (Fri 25th March),
a production workshop (Sun 27 March) and a call for submissions.
AND will be hijacking (or pirating) the Bökship this March for the first
of the Publisher of the Month series.

16 March 2011
What Are We Doing?
Byam Shaw Library
Byam Shaw School of Art
A discussion on the moral and ethical implications of the different strategies
to fight the cuts from inside the art college. The Byam Shaw Library was due
to close in October 2010. Because of immediate response by staff and students,
the library space will now operate as an artist-led resource.

21-23 January 2011
Pa/per View Art Book Fair
Zabludowicz Collection

176 Prince of Wales Road, Chalk Farm, London NW5 3PT
X marks the Bökship has a stall at the fair showing new work
from independent publishers including AND Publishing.

9 December 2010 from 7-9pm
AND Book Launch: "Pick-me-up: collecting up, chance, restarting of the motor,
getting on to the wavelength"

Byam Shaw Library
2 Elthorne Road, London N19 4AG
AND launches seven new titles by: Neil Chapman, Print Matters Interest Group,
Colm Lally & Sissu Tarka, Oliver Cronk, Rachel Cattle & Steve Richards, Roman
Vasseur (with Matthew Poole), Ruth Ewan, including readings by the artists.

10-16 November 2010
Motto Brooklyn
Motto Distribution (temporary bookstore)
Boerum Hill, Brooklyn
A temporary bookstore curated by Motto Distribution (Berlin/Zurich), hosting a range
of titles from select European publishers and galleries, in operation from 12-7pm.

5-7 November 2010
The New York Book Art Fair
Long Island City, Queens
Printed Matter presents the fifth annual NY Art Book Fair, which hosts over 200
international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, artists and publishers from
twenty countries, offering the best in contemporary art book publishing.

14 October 2010 at 6:30
AND talks: Alexis Zavialoff from Motto Distribution
The Library Project
Byam Shaw School of Art
AND invites Alexis Zavialoff from Motto Distribution, Berlin
to speak about Motto and his ten favourite book projects.

October 2010 - June 2011
The Library Project
Byam Shaw Library
2 Elthorne Road, London N19 4AG
An immediate response by students and staff at The Byam Shaw School of Art-
a Central Saint Martins campus. The Byam Shaw Library was due to close in
October 2010. Because of immediate response by staff and students, the library
space will now operate as an artist-led resource. We will present exhibitions from
our collection, invite international guest speakers to talk about their practice, hold
launch events, workshops and discussions.

3 - 5 September 2010
Miss Read
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin
Miss Read has invited international publishers and artists to show their artist books.
Presenting a selection of more than 40 of the most active contributors in this field,
the festival provides the rare opportunity to encounter and explore the contemporary
scene of independent publishing. On Sunday, a talk & screening by Eva Weinmayr

3 - 5 September 2010
Unter dem Motto
Motto & Chert Gallery
Skalitzerstr. 68, 10997 Berlin
Motto and Chert are presenting 70 + publishers from all over the world.
On Saturday 4 September at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 7pm, collective reading
organised by Eva Weinmayr & Occasional Papers.

2 - 15 July 2010
Books In The Window

17 Pitfield Street, N1 6HB
A window full of artists’ projects exploring publishing as an artistic medium is on
show at the Bookartbookshop. It is the result of AND’s workshops with undergraduate
and postgraduate students at Byam Shaw School of Art in 2010.

12 - 26 June 2010
Gossip, Scandal and Good Manners: Works by Ulises Carrión

The Showroom
63 Penfold Street, London NW8 8PQ

In addition to functioning as a flexible platform for performances, seminars, talks,
the exhibition space also incorporates a reading area including contemporary artist books.
AND has contributed a selection of Gregory Sholette essays, which could be downloaded
and printed onsite. Curated by MA Curating Contemporary Art students, Royal College of
Art in collaboration with Martha Hellion.

22 - 23 May 2010
Artists' Books and Independent Publishing Fair
The New Art Gallery Walsall
Gallery Square, Walsall, West Midlands WS2 8LGD
First annual Artists’ Books Fair, where you will be able to choose from a huge range of
affordable books, zines, and multiples by artists and independent publishers from across
the UK and Europe. AND will be publishing blue tooth transmissions throughout the day.

30 April - 3 May 2010
Spike Island
133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX
AND has been invited for a publishing residency at Interim, a series
of covert interventions occurring at Spike Island’s Open Studio 2010.
Curated by Katherine Daley-Yates and Phil Owen