We’ll be supporting artists’ publications by students and staff at the Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo. The late night opening of Offprint London 2017 on Friday 19th May takes place close to our studio in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.
With an international reputation for artists’ publishing, Offprint London returns for its third edition, as a collaboration between the LUMA foundation and the Tate – we’re hugely proud to be taking part alongside a host of international publishers and artists. It’s free to attend, so save the date and come and pay us a visit at KhiO’s stand!
Bankside, London SE1 9TG
Friday 19th May: 6 – 10pm
Saturday 20th May: 12 – 8pm
Sunday 21st May: 12 – 6pm
KALEID editions is delighted to be facilitating an artists’ publishing seminar at the Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo, Norway’s leading National Academy for the Arts. The event is free to attend and open to the public.
Guest speakers spanning different intervals of publishing as artistic practice share personal experiences and recent developments in the field. Rob van Hoesel (The Eriskay Connection, Holland), Christopher Tunge (Heavy Books, Norway) and Honza Zamojski (Morava Books, Poland) engage in a round table discussion with participation from the audience and chaired by Victoria Browne, Associate Professor at KhiO. Read more here.
December saw us speaking to artists Sara-Lena Maierhofer and Sophie Loss about their respective pieces – discussing everything from ink stains and vanitas paintings to German conmen and the American dream. Read more here.
2016’s been an interesting year, so we’ve decided to round off the year with a bit of good news – we’ll be taking 10% off everything purchased until 15 December!
Just enter the code TINSEL16 at checkout.
On the eve of our annual US tour, where we’ll be showcasing our 2016 books to some of the most important international public and academic collections, we’ve used this month’s Sunday Reading mailout to consider the spaces institutions such as these occupy in our cultural landscape. Read more here.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be at Counter Art Book Fair in Plymouth this October, where we’ll have a stall showcasing our 2016 collection. We’re also part of the official programme – we’ll be talking about our work distributing European-based artists’ books to international special collections.
Saturday 29th October, 12-6pm
July’s Sunday Reading saw us talk to Sam Hodge about the wonders of smashed phone screens and Marie Jacotey about collaborating with publishers common-editions and Stinsensqueeze about creating her work Dear Love Who Should Have Been Forever Mine. Read more here
Interview: Victoria Browne speaks to Nancy Campbell
Published by Cello Press Ltd ©2016
NC: What was the genesis of KALEID editions?
VB: KALEID editions began in 2009 as a curated project space with a rolling programme of exhibitions, book launches and drop-in workshops in Shoreditch, London. Artists were invited to exhibit and make a book as an extension of an interdisciplinary practice. This led to an exhibition of artists’ books at the Saison Poetry Library and a studio base at The Art Academy in London Bridge. The background to this was my experience working with Kilometer Zero, a politically engaged group of artists and writers in Marseille during my studies. After returning to London, I wanted to reach out beyond a local network and continue developing connections with artists across Europe.