The Editions | Artists’ Book Fair is back! Postponed as a result of the recent storm, E|AB is scheduled to open
23 January 2013 and run 24 to 27 January at The Altman Building conveniently located at 135 West 18th Street, NYC between Sixth and Seventh Avenue. We are grateful to our friends and colleagues at The Art Fair Company who have made it possible to bring the Fair back in such style for our FIFTEENTH Anniversary! We would also like to acknowledge the encouraging words sent from all quarters in support of the Fair and our return. E |AB has come a long way from its origin as a collective of a dozen fine art and book publishers determined to build the best environment for discovering new editions and offering new ways of thinking about this most democratic of art forms. You are the reason we are growing and going strong, 15 years later.
This January visitors can count on exciting new offerings from our esteemed international exhibitors, as well as
a full schedule of innovative events and opportunities. Special events include Kayrock’s update on the Surrealist Exquisite Corpse, Invisible Corps, featuring artists Matthew Brannon, Ernesto Caivano, Chie Fueki, Kanishka Raja, Fred Tomaselli and Wendy White working independently throughout the day towards a final collaboration, printed and sold on site. Not to be outdone, Print Center has orchestrated the installation of a spectacular performative creation from Dennis McNett, Viking Ship. McNett, known for his elaborate constructions papered with relief prints, will be leading a workshop in Viking Shields. Visitors will have yet another chance to get their hands dirty when bookmaker extraordinaire Esther Smith hosts “Make Your Own Artists’ Books”. Punk Cult Club (Holland) comes to New York care of artKitchen and Luiscius Books in the form of lectures, screenings and a hair salon, read Mohawk. Finally, Long Life China will create long life china before your very eyes. All of this and more, check our website at www.eabfair.com for updates.
In honor of our 15th Anniversary, we have the great pleasure of announcing that DANA SCHUTZ has created the special edition print to benefit the Fair. The presciently named “Backstroke”, has been produced as a three-color woodblock print in a limited edition of 25. Dana has been working in innovative ways in printmaking since her graduation from Columbia in 2002 and continues to push our understanding and appreciation for the medium. Please support E|AB by adding this wonderful piece by Dana Schutz to your collection.
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Join us for the opening night preview and party of the Editions | Artists’ Book Fair Wednesday, 23 January for an exclusive first look. The Fair will run 24-27 January 2013. Tickets for the opening night reception are $75.00 and $15.00 for run of Fair, available through www.metroshownyc.com.
Founded in 1998 by Susan Inglett of I.C. Editions, Brooke Alexander Editions and Printed Matter and now organized exclusively by Susan Inglett, the Editions|Artists’ Book Fair has grown in size and stature to become the premier showcase for contemporary publishers and dealers, presenting the latest and greatest in prints, multiples and artists’ books.
Exhibitors include Alden Projects, NYC; Anartist, NYC; Annual/Up To Art, Paris; artKitchen, Amsterdam; Aspinwall Editions, NYC; Benefit Print Project, NYC; Booklyn, Brooklyn; Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers University, New Brunswick; Bywater Bros. Editions, Toronto; Cannonball Press, Brooklyn; Carroll and Sons, Boston; Center Street Studio, Milton, MA; Bernard Chaveau Editeur, Paris; Cirrus Gallery & Cirrus Editions Ltd., LA; Clay Street Press, Cincinnati; Collaborative Art Editions, Temple Terrace, FL; Derringer Books, Woodbridge, CT; Division Leap, Portland; Evil Prints, St. Louis; Forth Estate, Brooklyn; Fulton Ryder, NYC; Highpoint Editions, Minneapolis; Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna; I.C. Editions, Inc., NYC; International Print Center, NYC: Island Press, St. Louis; Jungle Press Editions, Brooklyn; Karma, NYC; Kayrock, Brooklyn; David Krut Projects, Johannesburg/NYC; Landfall Press, Inc., Santa Fe; Lincoln Center Vera List Art Project, NYC; Long Life China Company, Brooklyn; Lower East Side Printshop, Inc., NYC; Luiscius Books, s’ Hertogenbosch; Marginal Editions, Brooklyn; LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, NYC; Oehme Graphics, Steamboat Springs; The Print Center, Philadelphia; Purgatory Pie Press, NYC; Revue Noire, Paris; 6 Decades Books, Brooklyn; Solo Impression, NYC; Specific Object, NYC; Studio 339, NYC; Kornelia Tamm Fine Arts, NYC; Cristen Tierney Gallery, NYC; Cade Tompkins Projects, Providence; 21st Editions, South Dennis, MA; Western Exhibitions, Chicago; Wingate Studio, Hinsdale, NH; Michael Woolworth, Paris, and Irving Zucker Art Books, NYC.
Please visit The Art Fair Company’s Metro Show at the adjacent Metropolitan Pavilion located at
125 West 18th Street, NYC, NY. For more information www.metroshownyc.com.
Location | The Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street, NYC, NY
Opening Night Party | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 6-7 pm by invitation 7-9 pm $75/person
Fair Hours | Thursday to Saturday 11 AM – 7 PM; Sunday Noon – 5:30 PM. General admission $15
Tickets | May be purchased in advance through www.metroshownyc.com
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Website | www.eabfair.com