Past events

Bound Art Book Fair
07-08 Oct 2017 - The Whitworth

Bound Art Book Fair 2017
7th and 8th of October
11am – 5pm
Free

A celebration of artist books from across the U.K and Europe.

The Whitworth will be hosting a selection of contemporary independent publishers alongside artist talks, exhibitions and workshops.

Featured stallholders:

Andrea Allen / Bemojake / Bluecoat / Bronze Age Editions / Catalogue Library / Chaosmos / Combind Press / Corridor8 / Cracked Eggs / Deadbeat Club / Desire Press / Dewi Lewis / Ditto / Dizzy Ink / Fashion Art Direction (MSoA) / Forme / Girlfans / Heavy Collective / Henry Press / Loose Joints / Magma / Mishka Henner / Modernist / Palm* Studios / PPP / Rooftop Press / RRB Books / Snoar Press / Stanley Barker / Himanshu Shetty / Sylvia Waltering / Team Trident Press / Tide Press / TG / Then There Was Us / Village / Vuu Publishing / We Are Willow

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TABF
05-08 Oct 2017 - Warehouse Terrada

You can find Palm* Studios titles on our friends Heavy Collective Table!

Warehouse TERRADA 2-6-10 Higashishinagawa Shinagawa-ku Tokyo

October 6th (Fri) 12:00-20:00
October 7th (Sat) 12:00-20:00
October 8th (Sun) 11:00-19:00
Free Admission

More Info:tokyoartbookfair.com

NYABF
22-24 Sep 2017 - Moma Ps1

Free and open to the public, the NY Art Book Fair is the world’s premier event for artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines.

Palm* Studios titles will be available at our friends Vuu Studio table.

HOURS AND LOCATION
Preview Thursday, September 21, 6-9pm
Friday, September 22, 1-7pm
Saturday, September 23, 11am-9pm
Sunday, September 24, 11am-7pm

MoMA PS1 is located at:
22-25 Jackson Avenue on 46th Avenue
Long Island City, NY.

More Info:nyartbookfair.com

IABF
22-24 Sep 2017 - Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse

Independent Art Book Fair (IABF) is a new platform for an independent group of publishers, bookmakers, and artists. IABF’s mission is to create an accessible and approachable environment where publishers, artists and visitors can have valuable experiences by connecting with each other within a larger creative audience. With the consistent rise of independent publishing IABF is dedicated to embracing and igniting this community by gathering communities globally to explore the intersection of these ideas.

You can find Palm* Studios titles on our friends Heavy Collective Table!

The 2nd Annual Independent Art Book Fair, will be held September 22–24, 2017 at the Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse, 67 West, Brooklyn NY 11222 on the Greenpoint Waterfront.
Fair will be free and open to the public 12-7pm.

More info:independentartbookfair.com

Kiosk Independent Publishers Fair
12-13 Aug 2017 - Copeland Gallery

Palm* Studios is taking part in the Kiosk Independent Publishers Fair on the 12th-13th of August at Copeland Gallery in Packham.
more info k-i-o-s-k.com
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Ed Forbis Exhibition + Book Launch
15-26 Jun 2017 - The Printspace

Ed Forbis is the story of the former stunt-riding cowboy from the iconic Marlboro commercials of the 1980’s. After a long career as a travelling cowboy and rancher, Forbis now lives and works at the Grand Canyon packing Mules and caring for the Horses that are used by rangers and tour guides. Now far removed from the limelight, Ed is living a simpler life, staying connected with nature and the animals.
The story was photographed at Ed’s current home on the south rim of The Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA. The work explores the enduring themes of man’s relationship with nature, as well as serving as a record of the cowboy, a fading culture and long-standing heroic American archetype now vanishing in the modern mechanised world.

Join us on Thursday 15th June, from 7.30pm!
Entrance is free and drinks will be provided. We look forward to welcoming you to theprintspace Gallery.
Exhibition runs: 16th – 26th June
RSVP here

DIY Art Market
27 May 2017 - Copeland Park & Bussey Building

We have a table at the DIY Art Market at the Copeland Park & Bussey Building.
27th May 11-6pm
More info here

Offprint London
19-21 May 2017 - Tate Modern

We are launching our new publication – Ed Forbis, signing by Lola Paprocka and Pani Paul on the 20th May 2-4pm.
Palm* Studios is also hosting Vuu publishing Olive Juice book signing by Molly Matalon and Damien Maloney 20th May 3-4pm

Heavy Volume II Book Launch + Book signing with Susan Lipper
25 May 2017 - The Photographer's Gallery Bookshop

Heavy Volume II Book Launch + Book signing with Susan Lipper
The Photographer’s Gallery Bookshop
25th May 6-8pm

A compendium of contemporary photography focusing on the conversation; Heavy Volume II is in an exploration of image and text on the printed page. Featuring — Dana Lixenberg, Susan Lipper, Irina Rozovsky, Stephen Shames, Curran Hatleberg, Daniel Shea, Mark Peckmezian, Deanna Templeton, Yoshinori Mizutani, Joanna Piotrowska, Aglaia Konrad and Katrin Koenning, with interviews and essays from Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, Wilfred Brandt, Hideko Ono, Claire Monneraye, Ashley McNelis, Geordie Cargill, Alex Ward, Lola Pinder and Jack Harries.

Susan Lipper was born and raised in New York City. After studying English Romantic poetry in college with a concentration on Yeats (including her junior year abroad in London), she graduated with an MFA in photography from Yale School of Art in 1983. Later she received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the Arts, and most recently the 2015 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship. Public collections include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

IPF x Huck Presents: Deadbeat Club – Zineophobia
19-28 May 2017 - 71 A Gallery

Deadbeat Club is an independent publishing group dedicated to the production of small run & limited edition publications rooted in contemporary photography, curated by Clint Woodside. Deadbeat publishes many photographers work, but the core group is Deanna Templeton, Clint Woodside, Devin Briggs, Ed Templeton, Grant Hatfield, and Nolan Hall.

In this show each photographer will be showing examples of both known and recent work.

Private view 19th of May 6-9pm

RSVP here
Saturday 20th-Sunday 28th May

June Canedo: Black Bike Week
11-18 May 2017 - The Printspace

June Canedo (born in 1989) is a New York based photographer. A child of immigrants, June was raised in rural Brazil until the age of nine before moving to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Her photography takes inspiration from both the cultures and the communities of colour within both places. She has exhibited work in New York, Budapest, Berlin, and Melbourne and has been published in over 30 publications in the last two years.

This particular series was taken in 2015 during Black Bike Week, an annual motorcycle rally that takes place in Canedo’s hometown of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Private view 11th of May 7:30-10pm
RSVP here

Exhibition continues Friday 12th – Thursday 18th May 9am-7pm daily

Christopher Nunn: Holy Water Exhibition and Q&A
10-14 May 2017 - Calvert 22

IPF and Calvert 22 Foundation is delighted to present a pop-up exhibition of photographic works by British artist Christopher Nunn. The photographs are taken from the recent publication Holy Water, an extract from his ongoing work in Ukraine, a country that has in recent years been thrust suddenly and violently into our global consciousness.
RSVP for the Q&A here:

IPF Photo Prize Opening Night
04-27 May 2017 - House of Vans

IPF Photo Prize opening night will take place on the 4th of May 6-10pm at House of Vans.
Launch will be accompanied by Drinks and DJ Adrian Magrys (Lanquidity Records)

As ever, the Photo Prize will open the program of solo & group exhibitions, screenings and workshops across some of London’s best independent galleries and spaces from 5th–28th May 2017.

The IPF Photo Prize is proudly sponsored by House of Vans, The Printspace, Parallax Photographic Coop, Photographers’ Gallery Bookshop, Labyrinth Photographic, Palm* Studios, and our media sponsor Huck Magazine.
www.i-p-f.org

Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr
21 Apr 2017 - 07 May 2017 - Somerset House

We’ve got an exclusive 20% discount and 4 pairs of tickets to giveaway on a top London exhibition, showcasing the winners of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards.

For those lucky enough to be in London, you can see these spectacular winning images at the Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr – 2017 Exhibition taking place at Somerset House, London from 21 April – 7 May 2017.

Just use code PALM20 at checkout

Bringing to London a complete celebration of photography, this exhibition will showcase a variety of genres from Architecture, Daily life, Documentary, Landscape, Portraiture, Sports, Street Photography, Wildlife and many more. It will also present a unique selection of images, books and film from legendary photographer Martin Parr.

Book tickets

This is the Same Ocean 6 book launch
08 Apr 2017 - RVCA CORNER GALLERY

Now in its sixth year, This is the Same Ocean returns to present new work from some of the world’s most intriguing contemporary photographers. Featuring a cover image by Foam Talent Heikki Kaski, issue 6 features the work of Tine Bek, Shannon May Powell, Lola Paprocka and Victoria Zschommler, alongside Kaski and editor Samuel J Davison.

This Is The Same Ocean 6 launches in Melbourne on 8th of April 2-4pm at the Heavytime books Institute down at RVCA Corner Gallery.

Buy here:www.thisisthesameocean.bigcartel.com/

New Contemporaries Lola Paprocka -Talk
01 Mar 2017 - Plymouth University

As part of the Photography Research Group’s visiting speaker programme for 2016/17, the New Contemporaries talk series provides a platform for the work and ideas of a new generation of young, emerging photographers, curators and publishers in the UK. The talks series is curated by Plymouth alumni Robert Darch, who graduated from our MFA Photography programme earlier this year and who is part of this new generation. As Robert says: ‘New Contemporaries brings together five prominent speakers who are all actively engaged with the photographic medium in varying contexts. All have well defined photographic practices, but collectively they also represent a tendency in contemporary photography to work in different ways across genres and disciplines, which may involve them in aspects of publishing, curating and writing. We find ourselves in an increasingly connected world and although there is an emphasis on new technologies and social media as platforms for showcasing work, there is still a strong relationship between this and analogue processes in the making and curating of photography, and in publishing and self-publishing.’

www.plymouth.ac.uk

LAABF 2017
23-26 Feb 2017 - The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

Printed Matter presents the fifth annual LA Art Book Fair, from February 23 – 26, 2017, at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
Join us on Thursday, February 23, from 6 to 9 pm, at The Geffen Contemporary for a three-hour opening night preview.
Free and open to the public, Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair is a unique event for artists’ books, art catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines presented by over 300 international presses, booksellers, antiquarians, artists, and independent publishers. Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair 2016 saw over 35,000 visitors over the course of three and a half days.

Will be at the Heavy Collective table!

Preview: Thursday, February 23, 6–9 pm
Printed Matter’s LA ART BOOK FAIR, free and open to the public:
Friday February 24, 1pm-7pm
Saturday February 25, 11am-7pm
Sunday February 26, 11am-6pm

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 626-6222
moca.org

DIY Art Market
12 Feb 2017 - Epic Dalston

This one-day market showcasing a host of London’s emerging artists and independent publishers certainly brightens the wintery weekends. With an eclectic array of artworks and original items including zines, ceramics and illustrations being offered by 60 exhibitors, the DIY art market is a must for lovers of the handmade. There’s also an on-site café, DJ sets and a craft beer bar.

Sunday, February 12, 2017
11:00am 6:00pm

EPIC Dalston
13-15 Stoke Newington Road
London N16 8BH

Free Entry

Event website: www.diyartmarket.com

Vampir Magazine Presents: Blokovi + Locals
13 Jan 2017 - Palmas Boutique

Blokovi:Novi Beograd by Lola Paprocka returns to Belgrade with limited copies of the book & prints as part of a group show with local photographers: Milica Balubdžić, Dušan Rajić, Marija Strajnić, Tatjana Radičević, Zvonimir Koprivica.

PALMAS BOUTIQUE
Friday 13 / 1 / 17
18:00 h

More info: www.facebook.com/events

D.I.Y. Art Market
10 Dec 2016 - Oval Space

D.I.Y. Art Market – Christmas
Championing unique items, an art market for lovers of all that is D.I.Y. and self published
Saturday 10th December 2016
Open 11am – 6pm – Free Entry
The Oval Space, 29 – 32 The Oval, E2 9DT

Offprint Paris Book Fair
10-13 Nov 2016 - Beaux Art De Paris

Offprint Paris Book Fair
10th-13th November

Beaux Art De Paris
14 Rue Bonaparte
75006 Paris
France

Unveil’d Book Fair
22-23 Oct 2016 - Exeter Phoenix

Focussing on independent and self-published material, from photobooks to zines and prints. The fair will be hosted in Exeter Phoenix, the city’s primary multi-arts venue. The winning and shortlisted publications for Unveil’d Photobook Award 2016 will be available for viewing.
www.unveild.photography

Cultural Traffic Print Publishing Arts Fair
07-08 Oct 2016 - Juju's Bar and Stage

The UK’s first annual fair for dealers in counter culture and independent producers of trade books, zines, prints, vinyls and tapes in both current and obsolete format.

By bringing together pioneering contemporary publishing with vintage counter culture and out-of-print material, Cultural Traffic paves an express connection between yesterday’s cultural artefacts and the latent collectables of tomorrow.

Juju’s Presents: Cultural Traffic will take place on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th October, during Frieze Art Fair weekend. This is a FREE event; a broad, vivid experience, away from the mainstream and offering something for everyone, including food, drink and evening entertainment, with after parties at the venue both nights of the event. Live acts and DJs to be announced soon!

Juju’s Bar & Stage
The Old Truman Brewery
Ely’s Yard
15 Hanbury Street
London, E1 6QR

Nearest stations:
Aldgate East (5 min)
LIverpool Street (7 mins)
Shoreditch overground (5 mins)
Old Street (12 mins)

See you there

more info:
www.culturaltraffic.com
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New York Art Book Fair
15-18 Sep 2016 - Moma PS1

Mile End + Blokovi: Novi Beograd Exhibition
09-30 Sep 2016 - NewBridge Books

Exhibition + Book Launch

Preview 9th of September 6-9pm
On until 30th of September

12 New Bridge St W
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8AW

Simon Di Principe: Grass Roots
01 Sep 2016 - Hoxton Archers Gallery

Pre-order available now.
http://www.palmstudios.co.uk/products/grass-roots/

All books will be shipped after 1st of September 2016.

“Grass Roots is a season long look at the UK’s unofficial home of Sunday League Football – Hackney Marshes – and how the many people who populate its pitches are the real lifeblood of the beautiful game.
This photographic project, shot on a medium format film camera by Simon Di Principe celebrates the cultural diversity of those who venture out into East London for a 10:30am kick off: week in, week out for nothing more than the pleasure of playing.
Grass Roots is a healthy reminder about what a welcoming city London is, the breadth of community spirit that can be fostered through organised sports leagues and how amateur football is a gateway to settling into a happy life in Britain”- Stuart Wright

Photography by Simon Di Principe
Design by Tom Burns
Edited by Simon Di Principe and Ryan O’Toole
Foreword by Stuart Wright
Original artwork hand printed by Daren Catlin

First Edition of 300 copies
Published by Palm* Studios

HUCK x Palm* Studios & If You Leave Photo Workshop
25 Jun 2016 - 71A Gallery

HUCK PHOTO WORKSHOPS | INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING: How to put out your own photobook with Palm* Studios and If You Leave

In the disposable world of online imagery, photobooks are still the holy grail for photographers from all disciplines. But what does it take to turn your personal project into something you can hold in your hands?

In this practical and intimate workshop, photographers-turned-indie publishers Lola Paprocka, Pani Paul and Laurence Von Thomas will come together to break down the dark art of print publishing, share the lessons they’ve picked up by doing everything themselves, and help you bring the project you’ve been grappling with out into the light.

Get the lowdown on:
– Printing: Get to know your options and the pros and cons of offset vs. digital.
– Editing: How do you whittle down thousands of frames into one cohesive project?
– Format: How will your book look and feel? Paper stock, format, binding and cover options.
– Design: Inspiration and guidance on layout ideas.
– Publishing: Pros and cons of self publishing vs. registering as a publisher with ISBN numbers.
– Copyright and text: How will you explain your project in an intro?
– Social media and PR: Once the book is out there – the hard work begins!
– Exhibitions: Book launches and exhibitions are more than just parties. How do you make them happen?
– Funding: Crowdfunding, small budgets, working with partners – how does it all work?
– Sales and distribution: Admin stuff that may sound boring – but really, really matters.
www.huckmagazine.com/art-and-culture/huck-photo-workshops-learn-pros

MCA Zine Fair Sydney
11-12 Jun 2016 - Sydney

Palm* Studios will have some books on The Heavy Collective table.

Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney
Levels 2 & 3
Saturday 11 June, 10am–6pm
Sunday 12 June, 10am–6pm
FREE, drop-in

Lola Paprocka-Blokovi: Novi Beograd
19 May 2016 - 71A London Gallery

BOOK LAUNCH AND EXHIBITION AT 71A GALLERY 6-9PM

Blokovi is a photographic series exploring the New Belgrade apartment blocks and their residents, predominantly shot on medium format in August, 2015. Lola’s main source of inspiration comes from her interest in and admiration for architecture and portraiture. These two themes frequently present themselves throughout the project. She intends not to focus on any particular group of people or subjects, but allow the interactions with strangers in everyday situations among Belgrade’s brutalist architecture to inform the overall narrative.

Order book on: http://palmstudios.co.uk/blokovi

Photography and Curation by Lola Paprocka
Concept and Consulting by Mima Bulj
Design supervision and DTP by moonmadness.eu
Conclusion by Ljubica Slavkovic
Original artwork hand printed by Daren Catlin in London

Published by Palm Studios
www.palmstudios.co.uk
First Edition 300 copies

Drinks sponsored by Sailor Jerry

Offprint London Art Book Fair
20-22 May 2016 - Tate Modern Turbine Hall

Palm* Studios at Offprint London 2016

TATE Modern, Turbine hall
May 20-22 2016
Friday: 6pm-10pm
Saturday: 12am – 8pm
Sunday: 12am – 6 pm
Free entrance

NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair
29 Apr 2016 - 01 May 2016 - Melbourne

Palm* Studios will have some books on The Heavy Collective
National Gallery of Victoria International
30th of April- 1st of May
Saturday 10-5 pm
Sunday 10-5pm
Free entry!

IPF: Luke Overin and James Jessiman – Print a tee Workshop
28 Nov 2015 - House of Vans

Run by Luke Overin and James Jessiman “how to print a tee” screen-printing workshop took place on 28th of November at House of Vans.

 

www.houseofvanslondon.com

Luke Overin – Ultimate Metal Breakdown
20-25 Nov 2015 - 71A Gallery

Luke Overin is an artist living, practising and exhibiting in South London. Recent exhibits have seen him show at various galleries and DIY spaces across the South. He regulary runs and co-organises public workshops, often specialising in silk screen printing; these events have taken place at the V&A, Tate Britain amongst others.

In recent years Luke has had his work published by Cafe Royal Books, title King of Grey was inducted into the Tate Gallery Publications Collection and latest book Car Park Shopper on Bronze Age Editions.

Ultimate Metal Breakdown took place at 71A gallery in Shoreditch on 20th of November as part of IPF LDN.

www.lukeoverin.com

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Common Strangers
18-30 Nov 2015 - House of Vans London

Photographers Sam Dearden, Donovyn Le Roux, Adriaan Louw, Sarah Meurle, Harry Mitchell, Jonathan Pinkhard, Callum Paul and James Whineray have each captured elements of their landscapes and surroundings, either in their own home country, or whilst travelling, with a sense of wonder and creativity.

Curated by Lola Paprocka and featuring works from eight prominent, young photographers, this special group exhibition and opening night for IPF LDN on the 18th of November 2015 held at House of Vans.

houseofvanslondon.com

Brian Kanagaki – Golden Persimmons
27-30 Nov 2016 - Protein Studio 2

Kanagaki’s background in printmaking is apparent in his choice of abstract, geometric subjects featured in Golden Persimmons. Shot in black and white in anonymous, ambiguous environments throughout 8 countries, the detachment between photographer and subject is a quiet constant throughout the title. As a result, the still-life images take on a set-like quality, all meticulously documented in an almost clinical way. Kanagaki states, “The images are meant to be calming, but they also have an unsettling quality to them. I like the idea that the more you think of something, the more you start to notice that thing. Like ornamental plants, one day you notice one in someone’s yard and think how nice it is, and then you start seeing them everywhere, even in places you have been a hundred times. While thinking about this idea, it‘s nice to imagine that you can dictate how you see the world around you by simply thinking about things that you want to see – somehow manifesting them.”

Book launch and exhibition took place in Protein’s gallery – Studio 2 in Shoreditch on the 27th of November 2015

www.briankanagaki.com

www.i-p-f.co

Pani Paul – Mile End
26 Nov 2015 - 02 Dec 2015 - 71A Gallery

A portrait-based study of a skate park based is east London, Mile End is a love letter to the unique people who populate the park and surrounding areas. A selection of Pani Paul’s photographs of Mile End and beyond are collected in this exhibition—and publication of the same name—as a document of his time spent in the area as an adopted local.

As part of IPF LDN book launch and exhibition took place at 71A gallery in Shoreditch on the 26th November 2015.

Curated by Lola Paprocka.

www.panipaul.com

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