Sep
25
Sep
-28
Date: Thursday, September 25, 2014 6:00 PM - Sunday, September 28, 2014 7:00 PM
Location: MoMA PS1
Category: Exhibition

Special Norwegian Focus at World’s Largest Art Book Fair

Photo: Teknisk Industri.Photo: Teknisk Industri

Printed Matter Inc. presents NORWAY FOCUS: KUNSTNERBØKER at this year's New York Art Book Fair. The annual fair kicks off on September 25th . In the four subsequent days there will be presented art books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals and fanzines together with a wide array of programming and special events - with contributions from Norwegian organizations like Henie Onstad Art Centre, Bergen Art Hall, Hordaland Art Centre, and many more. A total of 28 presenters and over 35 artists will travel from Norway to attend the fair.

With over 27.000 visitors The New York Art Book Fair is the world largest fair dedicated to artists books.

Fair coordinator Jordan Nassar believes that meeting the 300 booksellers and independent publishers from around the world will be very important to the Norwegian participants:

"It’s exciting for the people of New York to see what is going on in Norway. Previously there were only two or three Norwegian participants, but this year there are over 20!", says Nassar.

"In Norway you can find a strong and diverse scene with exciting artists, illustrators, editors and book designers. I hope that this year's participation creates larger international networks for the young publishers that inspires them to attend fairs in the future", says Coordinator for the Norway Focus, Randi Grov Berger. 

More information about the Norwegian artists further down in the article.

The NY Art Book Fair is free and open to the public, and presents an active program of exhibitions, talks, workshops, book launches and performances, as well as many off-schedule events hosted by individual publishers. Since 2009, the fair has been held at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, Queens.
 
Showtimes:

Preview Thursday September 25 6-9 pm
Friday September 26 12–7 pm
Saturday September 27 11 am–9 pm
Sunday September 28 11 am–7 pm

Curator: Shannon Michael Cane
Coordinator: Jordan Nassar
Coordinator of Norway Focus: Randi Grov Berger

For more information, check out http://nyartbookfair.com/
For information about the highlights, see http://nyartbookfair.com/highlights//

 The Norway Focus Flyer:

 

Participants in NORWAY FOCUS: KUNSTNERBØKER:

  

Photo: ALBUM.Photo: ALBUM

 ALBUM
Artists Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen will launch their new book ALBUM together with Primal Information and Teknisk Industri as part of The Classroom series curated by David Senior. ALBUM collects the first ten issues of ALBUM#.  ALBUM #1-10 is a zine series comprised of full page photographic illustrations and advertisements taken from a multitude of sources all found at flea markets in Oslo. The material in each edition of ALBUM# reflects the popular imagery found in typical Scandinavian households from the 1960s through the 1980s: etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines, and sexual manuals. The chosen imagery is beautifully and hauntingly arranged analogue-style using tape, scissors, and a Xerox machine in the back of a gallery that is made available to them at night.

 More information at: primaryinformation.org/product/album    

 

Torpedo Bookshop/Torpedo Press

Torpedo is a non-profit organization (est. 2005) run by Elin Maria Olaussen and Karen Tandberg devoted to the promotion and production of artists’ books, art theory and critical readers in contemporary art. Situated in Bjørvika with Kunsthall Oslo, and in Wergelandsveien at the Kunstnernes Hus in Oslo, Torpedo is both a publisher and a bookstore, and occasionally venues for exhibitions and concerts related to book launches and the process of publishing, or discursive activities like panel discussions and debates.

For the NYABF they will be launching the three last publications from Torpedo Press:

-Matthew Rana, The Theory of The Square

-Valentinas Klimašauska, B and/or an Exhibition Guide In Search of Its Exhibition

-Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925-2014

Eds. Mari Hvattum og Mari Lending

More information at: http://cargocollective.com/torpedo

 

Feil Forlag

 Feil Forlag was established in 2007 by Kjersti Solbakken og Andreas Liebe Johannesen, who in close collaboration with artists, curators and writers experiments with formats and platforms to launch projects that otherwise tends to end up between different genres. This year they are bringing 'Videokunstarkivet' (Video Art Archive) and the new publication “Lives and Videotapes” will be launched as part of The Classroom series, with Jon Ippolito and Marit Paasche. 

The Videokunstarkivet is a pilot project initiated by Arts Council Norway in 2011. The archive are being developed in the years 2012-2015. The project consists of several elements: Mapping and collection of all the video/film/media art that is produced in Norway since the mid-1960s. Digitization of older physical formats to uncompressed digital files. Archiving old cassettes and playback equipment, and more.

More information at: feilforlag.no

 

Teknisk Industri AS

Teknisk Industri AS can trace its roots back to Oslo in 1917, where it started as a company producing tools for electricians. From there it developed into a major distributor of electrical equipment in the Oslo area. Since then the company has merged and the company name has re-emerged as the name of this small publishing house focusing on art books. Since 2008 the company has published many books, and gained a reputation for publishing photo books of high quality in reproduction and design.  

Teknisk Industri AS is also bringing artist Sveinn Fannar Jóhannsson to present his work, in addition to the event of the new ALBUM book publication taking place at The Classroom. 

More information at: tekniskindustri.com

 

Photo: Shadowlab.Photo: Shadowlab
 Morten Andersen/Shadowlab

Artist Morten Andersen started self-publishing already in 1980, making fanzines with pictures of friends in punk rock bands from when he was 15 years old. He moved to New York and studied at International Center of Photography. His first solo exhibition was at Fotogalleriet in Oslo 1992. Since then he had exhibited and continued to make artist book that have been distributed from Printed Matter (among other). This year he will bring new publications to be launched, such as the photobased books Foto Nice and Untitled.Cities. 

More information at: shadowlab.no

Apis Press

Started as a small press in 2013 by the Bergen based artists Bjørn Mortensen and Mathijs van Geest. Their participation involve new publications, raw cake and tea from limited edition artist made ceramic cups, original artworks and more.

More information at: facebook.com/ApisPressbjornmortensen.commathijsvangeest.nl 

 

Cornerkiosk Press (Oslo)

Photo: Cornerkiosk.Photo: Cornerkiosk
Cornerkiosk press is focused on low cost, limited edition printed matter by emerging artists for converging worldwide distribution. Their publications have been featured at fairs such as Tokyo Art Book Fair, OffPrint Paris, NoFound Paris, Copeland Book Market London, Unseen Amsterdam, One ThousandBooks Copenhagen and Fotografia Europea Reggio Emilia, in addition to bookstores worldwide. For NYABF they will among other projects launch a new book by Thora Dolven Balke, designed by Young Professionals (NY), which includes an interview with Tacita Dean and more than 200 Polaroid images from the last 9 years.

More information at: cornerkiosk.net

 
Jessica Williams + Friends

Jessica Williams is an American artist based in Oslo. In 2011 and 2012 (respectively) she founded both the small artist press NSEW (North, South, East, West) and an experimental Self-Publishing Workshop at the Oslo Academy of Fine Art. She will bring both her own art projects in form of publications, lots of material from her workshops, as well as many posters from the artist-run space 1857 in Oslo.

More information at: jessicawilliams.info

 

Photo: JessicaWilliams.Photo: JessicaWilliams
 

Kuk & Parfyme 

Kuk & Parfyme started out as a screening club located at Kurant Art Space in Tromsø. In a cold concrete building by the docks of the Arctic Sea they screened films that reside somewhere in the louche landscape of political horror and queer trash art. The screening club has since then developed into a publisher and platform. The zine has a blend of trash aesthetics and sexual politics, and examine the possibilities of a different gaze. It is initiated and edited by Ingrid Forland and Vebjørn Guttormsgaard Møllberg.

More information at: kukparfyme.no


Kurt Johannessen

Johannessen works with performance, artist’s books, video and installations since the early eighties. His work is minimalist and poetic, and at times with a touch of humor. He is his own publisher and has produced more than 60 books, many of them translated into English. The books vary from just one sentence to short stories or just pictures. He has created 250 different performances and has presented his work extensively internationally.

During the fair Johannessen will have two unique book launches and a lecture  performance as part of The Classroom series. 

More information at: zeth.no

 

FUKT Magazine

Photo: FUKT.Photo: FUKT
 

Fukt Magazine was established in Trondheim in 1999 and is based in Berlin, since 2001. It is a magazine for contemporary drawing. It comes without ads, beautifully designed with a focus on the visual, with occasional interviews with interesting artists and essays by engaging authors. The design and format are changing for each issue. Björn Hegardt is the editor and Ariane Spanier is doing the design. FUKT is published annually, usually in September each year. For the fair they will launch the new FUKT # 13 as well as artist Marit Roland who will make a site-specific paper installation.

More information at: fukt.de

 

Multipress

Multipress is a non-profit publishing company that specializes in releases of artist books and publications with emphasis on photography. Multipress was founded in 2000 to make publications in a way to democratize artworks so that it can be available for more people and distributed to a wider audience. Multipress is run by artists Anne-Grethe Thoresen, Marte Aas and Line Bøhmer Løkken. For the fair they will launch  Angle 1° Margareta Bergman, Angle 2° Ingrid Eggen, Angle 3° Verena Winkelmann and Angle 4° Line Bøhmer Løkken, all part of the Angel 1-90° Series.

More information at: multipressforlag.com

 

HEAVY Books

HEAVY Books is an artist run publishing project and exhibition platform based in Oslo. They focus on limited edition books, zines and other printed matter and try to challenge the form and content of mainstream books and exhibitions. HEAVY Books was founded this year by Christian Tunge and have 10 new publications they will bring to NYABF.

More information at: heavybooks.net

 
Bergen Art Book Fair + Bergen Zines

Bergen Zines arranges zine events in Bergen like the Norwegian Fanzine Congress and Fanzine nights as well as organizes zine workshops. This year at NYABF they bring the best from self-publishing Bergen based artists. As well as a poster project from RoboPrint. Bergen Art Book Fair is run by the same people and arranges a 3 day fair in Bergen in November.

More information at:

cargocollective.com/bergenzines

bergenartbookfair.no

 

Sturla Heggdalsvik – ROV Publications Series

Photo: ROV.Photo: ROV
 ROV is an art and literature anthology and event serie with contributions from invited artists. ROV was started in 2009 by artist Sturla Heggdalsvik and will launch anthology number 5 at NYABF. Sturla Heggdalsvik will also bring artworks from a variety of artists from the ROV series. 

More information at: rovtrykk.com

 

Bergen Kunsthall / Ink

Bergen Kunsthall was founded in 1838 and has ever since aimed to promote, commission and present challenging art works, exhibition projects and discursive knowledge on contemporary art. Publishing literature, exhibition catalogues and artist books is an essential part of that core activity, all materialized in their new bookshop Ink. This fall Bergen Kunsthall opens an exhibition with Robert Overby, Works 1969-1987. In collaboration with CAC - Centre d'Art Contemporain, Geneve; GAMeC – Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bergamo, and Le Consortium, Dijon; organized with the collaboration of Estate of Robert Overby, Los Angeles. Despite his prolific and diverse practice, Robert Overby (1935-1993) remains one of the best-kept secrets of Post-War American Art. Whilst rarely exhibiting during his lifetime, he nonetheless built up an extraordinary and multi-faceted body of work encompassing sculpture, installation, painting, photography, print and collage.

The exhibition will be accompanied by an extensive catalogue published by Mousse Publishing, including a complete chronology of the artist’s work and life as well as newly commissioned texts and contributions by Andrea Bellini, Martin Clark, Robin Clark, Alison Gingeras, Terry R. Myers and Alessandro Rabottini. This catalogue will be launched at the fair as part of The Classroom series, and includes a talk with Martin Clark and Robin Clark on Robert Overby’s work.

Links at:
kunsthall.no
inkblog.kunsthall.no

 

 

Photo: Henie Onstad.Photo: Henie Onstad
 Henie Onstad Kunstsenter

  Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (HOK) was established in 1968, and is a keeper of a strong modern European core collection, and a producer of contemporary and experimental art. HOK is an active arena for debate and social critique, with a broad commitment to the arts and its audience. Its expertise, collections and historical identity lie in the interdisciplinary field, with special emphasis on the relationship between art, music, performance and the historical avant-garde.

For NYABF they will bring a broad range of publications, CD’s,  records, and they will be presenting more of the material related to the book Phantom of Liberty: Contemporary Art and the Pedagogical Paradox. 

More information at: hok.no

 
Kunsthall Oslo

The Positive Void is a series of ten new Screen Prints commissions from Norwegian artists. The title of the project, ‘The Positive Void’, is taken from Katanyi and Vaneigem’s 1961 Basic Program of the Bureau of Unitary Urbanism, Section Six, ‘All space is already occupied by the enemy…’. The title also describes the process of screen-printing, in which a void on the screen produces a positive imprint. Artists are Azar Alsharif, Gardar Eide Einarsson and Matias Faldbakken, Ida Ekblad, Mohamed Ali Fadlabi, FRANK, Kim André Hagen, Lars Laumann, Lotte Konow Lund, Jon Benjamin Tallerås, Fredrik Værslev. These prints will be shown together with Torpedo Press.

More information at: kunsthalloslo.no

 

Hordaland Art Centre

The art center was established 1976 as the first artist-run art center in Norway. Its activities are based around the exhibition program with equal emphasis on seminars, presentations and dialogue. Their Bookshop carries a broad range of magazines and books dealing with contemporary art and culture, with a wide variety of anthologies and text collections, discussing important aspects of art production, art institutions and curatorial practice. They also carry catalogues and books by artists in Hordaland that might not be distributed widely. For NYABF they will launch the third publication in their own Dublett Series, this time presenting artist Pedro Gómez-Egaña. The edition will consist of a new artist-book and an anthology of commissioned texts. Dublett is designed by Gaute Tenold Aase (Anti & Grandpeople). For The Classroom Hordaland Art Centre also presents a new performance entitled Mitre Marrows by Pedro Gómez-Egaña.

More information at: kunstsenter.no

 

FRANK

Photo: FRANK.Photo: FRANK
 Artists Sille Storihle and Liv Bugge run FRANK - a roaming platform curating exhibitions and publishing books. They participate at NYABF with the exhibition Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén that will take place in the basement of MoMA PS1. The exhibition is pairing work by contemporary Swedish artist Klara Lidén alongside rediscovered photographs by Norwegian suffragist Marie Høeg (1866-1949).

In addition they arrange a conversation about this work with David Evan Frantz (from ONE National and Gay & Lesbian Archives) for The Classroom series and launch the third FRANK publication Voluspå, edited by Bugge and Storihle. Voluspå marks the 100-year anniversary of the Norwegian suffrage movement. FRANK comments on the centennial as a year for celebrating women, feminism, and equality in Norway while questioning the established narration of feminist history. Voluspå serves as an exploration of this lineage in Norway and Sweden through the lives and works of artists and writers. The book features Vanessa Baird, Katarina Bonnevier, Kajsa Dahlberg, Mathias Danbolt, Marie Høeg, Hilma af Klint, Carl Larsson, Klara Lidén, Wencke Mühleisen, Claes Oldenburg, Henrik Olesen, Sidsel Paaske and Martin Skauen. 

More information at: f-r-a-n-k.org 


Unge Kunstneres Samfund (UKS)

Unge Kunstneres Samfund (UKS)  is a contemporary art gallery in central Oslo and a members’ organization for visual artists. Established in 1921, UKS works for the economical and social rights of artists. At NYABF Unge Kunstneres Samfund (UKS) participate with a book launch of “Inverted Sky”, a new publication that builds on artist Marthe Ramm Fortun’s last year Performa 13 commission in New York. Building up to her large solo exhibition this fall at UKS in Oslo, Ramm Fortun will participate at NYABF with a performance based on structured improvisation that will move its audience from Grand Central Terminal, via the Ferry, toward Long Island and enter PS1 MoMA where the performance and walk will turn into a book launch. Torpedo Press will be distributing the book during NYABF.

More information at:
uks.no

marthefortun.blogspot.com

 

Entrée

Entrée is a non-profit and independent gallery located in Bergen promoting young art and commissioning new works from local and international artists. Since it’s beginning in 2009 they have presented 45 exhibitions and collaborated with a number of institutions internationally. For NYABF Entrée will participate with new limited edition posters and the artist-book Blindness and Light, both by New York based artist Terence Koh, made for the occasion of his solo exhibition with them this year.

More information at:
entreebergen.no
nothingtoodoo.com

 

Vector # 4 (Oslo)

Photo: VECTOR.Photo: VECTOR
  Vector Artists Journal is a literary exhibition in the form of a journal. Each edition compiles a collection of written works by 25-30 emerging and established artists for print and online for download. The form, length, and theme is up to each artist. Essays range from 1-10 pages, are printed in black & white, unedited, and arranged in alphabetical order. Artists included in Vector # 4 (Oslo) shows the artists Petter Buhagen, Espen Dietrichson Fadlabi, Thomas Falstad, Iselin Linstad Hauge, Toril Johannessen, Bjørn Kowalski, Thomas Kvam, Lello//Arnell, Rina Charlott Lindgren, Pierre Lionel Matte, Anders Sletvold Moe, Lars Morell, Eline Mugaas, Christian Tony Norum, Henrik Pask, Aurora Passero, Magnus Pettersen, Hanne Rivrud Nansen, Kjetil Skøien, Skovholt/Skylstad, Sylvia Storm and Tori Wrånes.

Editors are Peter Gregorio and Javier Barrios. Introduction by Jenny H. Endresen.

More info: 

vector.bz

 

Trollkrem

Trollkrem is a collective with Jennie Hagevik Bringaker and Tor Erik Bøe that host and create happenings and live-art projects. For NYABF Tollkrem will present an outside/staircase performance program. 

More info:

trollkrem.tumblr.com


RoboPrint

RoboPrint is a limited edition print series by Robot. They will present 16 new works by their favorite designers and illustrators. The prints are screen printed at The Center for Printmaking, Bergen, hand numbered and signed by the artists. Editions: 20 – 50.

For more information, see roboprint.thisisrobot.com

 VI, VII 

VI, VII is an independent exhibition space in Oslo.

For more information: http://www.vivii.no/

 

 

INFORMATION ABOUT ALL HAPPENINGS WITH A NORWEGIAN FOCUS

 

 The Classroom

Curated series of informal conversations, workshops, new releases, by David Senior, Museum of Modern Art Library.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

1:00-2:00 pm
Lives and Videotapes launch, with Jon Ippolito and Marit Paasche
In conjunction with the launch of the book Lives and Videotapes: The Inconsistent History of Norwegian Video Art by Marit Paasche, artist, writer and curator Jon Ippolito presents his research on new media preservation, arguing that drastic change in technologies, institutions and laws is needed to prevent historical records of our era from becoming irretrievable. Marit Paasche will present Lives and Videotapes, which reveals how, why, and under what circumstances many of the early Norwegian video artworks came about – and what makes them important for posterity. The book, published by Feil forlag, is an integrated part of the archival project by Videokunstarkivet (The Norwegian Video Art Archive), which is carrying out an ambitious plan to preserve and make accessible a part of Norwegian art history threatened with oblivion. Presented by Feil Forlag. (Norway Focus)

2:00-3:00 pm
The Innermost, by Kurt Johannessen
Kurt Johannessen will present a performance/lecture, “The Innermost,” based on the book with the same title. With the help of simple drawings, he tells about the innermost, the three spaces and the two movements of the universe, and how these movements and the innermost effect the different spaces. “The Innermost” is one of 7 performance/lectures/books in the series “About something.” (Norway Focus)

4:00-5:00 pm
Mitre Marrows, by Pedro Gómez-Egaña
In this performance Pedro Gómez-Egaña imagines being possessed by two automata that have fused together. Together they go over ideas of death, family and bicycles. This talk is part of the launch of the twin publication Dublett, dedicated to the work of Pedro Gómez-Egañ, commissioned by the Hordaland Art Centre. (Norway Focus)

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 (cont’d)

8:00-9:00 pm
Album
Created by Norwegian artists Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen, Album is a Xerox magazine of found images precariously juxtaposed to tease out heavy themes such as the innocence of dream hunks, the arousing potential of nature, man’s journey down the trees, and the invention of the sleeping bag. Primary Information and Teknisk Industri AS will launch the first ten issues, which has been compiled into a massive and tantalizing 440 page tome. (Norway Focus)

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

2:00-3:00 pm
David Evan Frantz, Marie Høeg meets Klara Lidén and FRANK
FRANK is an Oslo based platform run by the Norwegian artists Liv Bugge and Sille Storihle, established to nurture art and critical discourse revolving around gender issues, desire, and sexuality. FRANK hosts a conversation with David Evan Frantz, the curator at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives. The conversation will focus on feminist and queer archival practices and interventions. It is in conjunction with the show Marie Høeg meets Klara Lidén curated by FRANK in the Boiler Room at MoMA PS1. (Norway Focus)

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
SUNDAY CLASSROOM SESSIONS
IN THE MoMA PS1 BASEMENT THEATER

1:00-2:00 pm
Robert Overby: Works 1969-1987
To coincide with the exhibition, ‘Robert Overby, Works 1969-1987,’ Bergen Kunsthall presents the US launch of this major new monograph, published by Mousse in association with CAC Geneve, GAMeC Bergamo, Bergen Kunsthall and Le Consortium, Dijon. Edited by Alessandro Rabottini with Andrea Bellini and Martin Clark, it is the most comprehensive publication to date on Overby’s work. To mark the launch, Director of Bergen Kunsthall and co-editor of the book, Martin Clark, and art historian, Robin Clark will participate in a discussion on Robert Overby and his work. (Norway Focus)


Exhibitions

Norwegian platform FRANK, run by the artists Liv Bugge and Sille Storihle, presents Marie Høeg Meets Klara Lidén. In the 1980s a box of glass negatives was found in a barn in Eastern Norway; the person behind these rediscovered images proved to be Marie Høeg (1866-1949), a Norwegian suffragist and photographer. In this exhibition, FRANK pairs Høeg’s photographs, challenging normative notions of gender in the late 19thand early 20th century, with work by contemporary Swedish artist Klara Lidén. The pairing suggests dislocating the narration of history as linear progression through humor, play, and sly performativity.


Book Signings + Launches
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

1:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of Album #10. Presented by ALBUM.
2:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Bergen Kunsthall & Blank Blank present recent publications and projects.  
3:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Signing with Thora Dolven Balke. Presented by Cornerkiosk Press (Oslo)
4:00 pm, Staircase – Norway Focus Signing with Marthe Ramm Fortun. Presented by Unge Kunstneres Samfund (UKS).
5:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Signing with Morten Andersen. Presented by Morten Andersen / Shadowlab.
6:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of publications and artworks. Presented by Apis Press.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
 
12:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Signing with Elvind Opsvik and Michelle Arcila. Presented by Jessica Williams + Friends.
2:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch and Performance, EAT. Presented by Kurt Johannessen.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 (cont’d)

3:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch and reading with Valentinas Klimaksauskas. Presented by Torpedo Press.
4:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Signing with Ida Ekbald and Eirik Sæther. Presented by VI, VII.
5:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of ROV #5. Presented by Sturla Heggdalsvik / ROV Publication Series.
6:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of Lives and Videotapes by Marit Paaske. Presented by Feil Forlag.
7:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of Vector #4 (Oslo Edition). Presented by VECTOR Artists Journal.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

12:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of Fukt Magazine #13. Presented by Fukt Magazine.
1:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of Dublett with Pedro Gómez-Egaña. Presented by Hordaland Art Centre.
2:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Signing and performance, The Hair Collection. Presented by Kurt Johannessen.
3:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch with Terence Koh. Presented by Entrée.
4:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of #1-3 (of Angle 1-90). Presented by Multipress.
5:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of new HEAVY Books featuring Whitaker, Fremderman, Grundt Johns, von Platen and Tunge. Presented by HEAVY Books.
6:00 pm, D – Norway Focus Launch of Modelling Time. Presented by Torpedo Press.


NORWAY FOCUS: KUNSTNERBØKER

This year the NY Art Book Fair, with support from the Norwegian Consulate General in New York, presents KUNSTNERBØKER, a curated selection of 23 Norwegian booksellers, institutions, artists and independent publishers, accompanied by programming, screenings, exhibitions and interventions related to this cross-section of Norway’s artist book community.

Exhibitors in the NORWAY FOCUS include:

ALBUM
Apis Press
Bergen Art Book Fair + Bergen Zines
Bergen Kunsthall / INK
Cornerkiosk press (Oslo)
Entrée
Feil Forlag
FRANK
Fukt Magazine
HEAVY Books

Henie Onstad Kunstsenter
Hordaland Art Centre
Jessica Williams + Friends
Kuk & Parfyme
Kunsthall Oslo
Kurt Johannessen
Morten Andersen/Shadowlab
Multipress
RoboPrint
Sturla Heggdalsvik – ROV Publication Series
Teknisk Industri AS
TORPEDO BOOKSHOP/TORPEDO PRESS
Trollkrem
Unge Kunstneres Samfund (UKS)
VECTOR Artists Journal
VI, VII

Made possible thanks to support from the Norwegian Consulate General in New York and the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA)


Bookmark and Share