Vienna Art Book Fair
October 4–6, 2019

Publishing Manifestos Edited by Michalis Pichler

Over the course of three days the biennial Vienna Art Book Fair #1 provides a platform for artists, collectives, self-publishers, small publishing houses, antiquarian booksellers, art libraries, institutions, printers, collectors and for all those who are dedicated to the medium of the book.

The Expositur Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7 will be turned into a book lovers’ adventure park. The artists’ book as a democratic work of art will be the focus of the VABF. Hence, it is of great importance for us to keep the event free and open to the public.

 

Dein Kampf, Brad Feuerhelm / Mack Books

Vienna Art Book Fair #1 is featuring more than 150 exhibitors from 18 countries including Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States.

Exhibitors include Printed Matter, New York, AVE magazine, Vienna, BLOW UP PRESS, Warsaw, Camera Austria, Graz, MACK, London, Meta/Books, Amsterdam, Reflektor, Vienna, Triangle Books, Brussels.

 

Artists Books by Heimo Zobernig

For three days, the Vienna Art Book Fair #1 will offer an accompanying program that includes exhibitions (VABF curation), performances, book presentations, artists’ talks, readings, panels, guided tours through the fair and workshop visits.

 

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The Vienna Art Book Fair is pleased to host several exhibitions at this year’s event. Marlene Obermayer invited professionals in the field of art and culture to curate exhibitions on artists’ books, “publishing as artistic practice” and publications that utilized special distribution mechanisms.

 

Kunstismen Reprints by Lars Muller Publisher

Reiner Riedler / Relfektor

Exhibition view of “Re: Groups” in Camera Austria International, no. 147 (Fall 2019) Photo Katharina Oberegger

Curated by: Annette Gilbert, Bernhard Cella, Christian Egger, David Jourdan, Franz Thalmair, Grudrun Ratzinger, Heimo Zobernig, Jan Steinbach, Johannes Porsch, Jürgen Dehm, Luca Lo Pinto, Moritz Grünke, Nicole Six/Paul Petritsch and Regine Ehleiter.

[via Vienna Art Book Fair]

Vienna Art Book Fair #1
October 4–6, 2019 / Expositur Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7, Vienna
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