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TATE MODERN | Offprint London 2017

TATE MODERN

Offprint London 2017


19 – 21 MAY 2017

TATE MODERN, TURBINE HALL
Friday 19 May 18:00 – 22:00
Saturday 20 May 12:00 – 20:00
Sunday 21 May 12:00 – 18:00
Free Entry

 

Offprint London returns to Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall for its third edition. Offprint will host 140 independent and experimental publishers in the fields of contemporary art, photography and graphic design, from over 15 countries. Over 7000 people attend Offprint London each year.
Acknowledging the qualitative and unique publishing practices specific to the arts, Offprint is LUMA Foundation’s platform supporting independent, experimental and socially engaged publishers in the fields of arts, architecture, design, humanities and visual culture. Each year, Offprint organizes a series of events to support publishers: two fairs (Offprint Paris and Offprint London), several travelling libraries (Milan, Amsterdam), a newswire (as of September 2017) and curated bookshops for private and public institutions.

 

PARTICIPANTS

&Editions
a+m bookstore
ABC Artist’s Books Cooperative
Afterall
AKINA books
Akio Nagasawa Publishing
Anagram Books
Antenne Books
Anthony Cairns
Art Paper Editions
archipelago
Art Data
Bemojake
Bienvenue Publishing
Black Palm
Boabooks
Book Works
Brassneck press
b-r-u-n-o
Bywater Bros. Editions
Capricious Publishing
Catalogue
Choisi
Chopped Liver Press
COLORAMA
Colour & Books
Copy Press
Cornerhouse
Publications
Dashwood Books
David Zwirner Books
Dent-De-Leone
DIAPB
Disarming Design
from Palestine
Ditto
dmp editions
ECAL/Ecole cantonale
d’art de Lausanne
Editions Délicta
edition fink
Editions du Lic
Edition Taube
Editorial RM
Fitzcarraldo Editions
FOAM
Fondation LUMA
Fondation Vincent van
Gogh Arles
Four Corners Books
Fw:Books
Gato Negro Ediciones
GHOST
GOLIGA
Here Press
Hesse Press
Hotam Press
Humboldt Books
Idea Books
InOtherWords
Innen
Jungle Books
KASK
School of Arts Gent
KhiO
Kiosk
(continued)
Knust/Extrapool
Kodoji Press
Kominek Books
Komiyama Tokyo
Landfill Editions
Little Big Man
London Centre for
Book Arts
London College of
Communication
Looking at Painting
Loose Joints
MACK
Mark Pawson
MER Paper Kunsthalle
Migrant Journal
MIT Press
Montez Press
Aron Morel Books
Mousse Magazine
Mould Map
NERO
Nieves
November Books
Occasional Papers
Offline Press
Onomatopee
Palm Studios
P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E
Perimeter Editions
PUNCH
Rab-Rab Press
REAL foundation
REDFOXPRESS
Relief Press
Revue Zaman
Rob Stolk Printer
Roma Publications
Rrose Editions
Royal College of Art
London
RVB Books
SAN ROCCO
magazine
Sara MacKillop
Serge Onnen
Sergej Vutuc
Siam’s Guy
Skinnerboox
Snöar Press
Self Publish Be Happy
Semiotexte
Spector Books
STAPLE Magazine
Sternberg Press
Studio Operative
S U N Editions
SUPER LABO
Tate Publishing
Taryn Simon
Tenderbooks
The Everyday Press
The Green Box
The Photocopy Club
The Plantation Journal
The White Review
tria
Triangle Books
Typical Girls
Uniformbooks
Valiz
VIAINDUSTRIAE PUBLISHING
Village
William Cobbing
Yard Press
Zero Books
Throughout the weekend, Tate Modern will facilitate a program of workshops and performances.

 

PAST AND UPCOMING EVENTS
Offprint Library Milano

4 – 9 April 2017
Salone del Mobile, Milan
Hôtel du Cloître Bookstore
Until mid-April 2017, Wednesday – Sunday

26, rue du Cloître, Arles, France
Parc des Ateliers Bookstore

May 2017 – Spring 2018
La Grande Halle, Parc des Ateliers
Arles, France

 

Launch of Offprint.org
September 2017
Offprint Library Amsterdam

29 September 2017
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Offprint Paris, Art Publishing Fair

9 – 12 November 2017
Beaux-Arts de Paris, Paris

 

TEAM
Artistic Direction: Yannick Bouillis
Communication: Judith Wollner
Creative Direction: Studio Laurenz Brunner
Production: Colette Olof

PRESS INQUIRIES
LUMA Arles
Pierre Collet, Imagine
T +33 680 84 87 71
pcollet@luma-arles.org
LUMA Foundation
Sandra Roemermann
T +44 20 3219 7806
s.roemermann@lumafoundation.org

SOCIAL MEDIA
Facebook: Offprint Projects
Twitter: @OffprintProject
Instagram: offprint.projects
www.offprint.org
Press kit images © 2017 Offprint Projects /
Studio Laurenz Brunner

ABOUT THE LUMA FOUNDATION AND LUMA ARLES
In 2004, Maja Hoffmann created the LUMA Foundation to support the activities of artists, independent pioneers, and organizations working in the visual arts, photography, publishing, documentary filmmaking, and multimedia. Originally based in Switzerland and envisioned as a production tool for Hoffmann’s multi-faceted ventures, the LUMA Foundation produces, supports, and enables challenging art projects committed to an expansive understanding of environmental issues, human rights, education, and culture.

In 2013, Hoffmann launched LUMA Arles to plan, develop, and manage the Parc des Ateliers, an expansive former industrial site located in Arles, France. Situated adjacent to the city’s UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Parc des Ateliers serves as the major programmatic and cultural center for LUMA Foundation’s diverse activities.

LUMA Arles is an experimental contemporary art center where artists, researchers, and creators from diverse fields collaborate on multidisciplinary exhibitions and projects. Based in the Parc des Ateliers – a sixteen-acre site formerly occupied by railroad workshops built in the mid-nineteenth century – LUMA Arles includes a resource center designed by architect Frank Gehry; various industrial buildings undergoing rehabilitation by Selldorf Architects; and a public park designed by landscape architect Bas Smets.

The Parc des Ateliers has regularly hosted exhibitions and projects each year, while continuing to rehabilitate and make available to the public a growing number of large exhibition and programming spaces. In anticipation of its completion, the site’s main building, designed by Gehry, will be opened in stages, beginning in late 2018. Throughout the rehabilitation and expansion of the Parc des Ateliers, Hoffmann has worked closely with the LUMA Arles Core Group (Tom Eccles, Liam Gillick, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Parreno, and Beatrix Ruf), who presents a program that fills the site’s completed venues – the Grande Halle, Les Forges, and the Mécanique Générale – on a rotating basis.

Recent projects produced by the LUMA Foundation for LUMA Arles at Parc des Ateliers in Arles include: Systematically Open: New Forms for Contemporary Image Production (2016); Imponderable: The Archives of Tony Oursler (2015); Frank Gehry: Solaris Chronicles (2014); Wolfgang Tillmans: Neue Welt (2013); To the Moon via the Beach (2012); Doug Aitken: Altered Earth (2012); How Soon is Now (2010) and the symposia How Institutions Think (2016); The Flood of Rights (2013) and The Human Snapshot (2011).

www.luma-arles.org


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