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  • Academy of Visual Arts (HKBU)
    Academy of Visual Arts (HKBU)
    香港浸會大學視覺藝術院
    Hong Kong

    The Academy of Visual Arts (AVA) is the first university academy of its kind in Hong Kong, providing professional visual arts undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree programmes linked to international exchange, current arts development and the fast-growing creative industries. Being Hong Kong’s pioneering institution of its kind, Academy of Visual Arts strives to provide the best education in visual arts, combining studio-based research on contemporary issues of the visual arts and sustainable service for the cultural and creative sectors as well as for the community at large.

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  • ACO Books
    ACO Books
    藝鵠
    Hong Kong

    ACO Books is an independent bookshop with a strong belief in freedom of expression and sharing of knowledge. We offer choices for alternative art & cultural readings and encourage originality in publication. Besides selling books from local and overseas, ACO also has its own publications, including its first bilingual book Dreams of a Toad by artist Au Wah Yan. ACO is also a space for connecting art practitioners, cultivating humanity and sensibility through art and cultural collaboration activities.

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  • Art Sonje Center
    Art Sonje Center
    藝術善載中心
    Korea

    Art Sonje Center (ASJC) is a non-profit private art museum based in Seoul. ASJC also acts as publisher as a setting for art as a means of contemplating our lives in the contemporary era and sharing prospects and visions for a better way of life. Since its 1998 opening, it has organized exhibitions, screenings, performances, various education programs and published more than 80 books to contribute to the advancement of contemporary art and the sharing of its language with the public.

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  • ArtAsiaPacific
    ArtAsiaPacific
    亞太藝術雜誌
    Hong Kong

    ArtAsiaPacific Holdings Limited publishes the 26-year-old contemporary art magazine, ArtAsiaPacific, as well as a number of other artist folios.

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  • Asia Art Archive
    Asia Art Archive
    亞洲藝術文獻庫
    Hong Kong

    Art is knowledge. Asia Art Archive is a catalyst for new ideas that enrich our understanding of the world through the collection, creation, and sharing of knowledge around recent art in Asia.

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  • Beautiful Land
    Beautiful Land
    Hong Kong

    Islands are formed by volcano eruptions,

    as cells are evolved from stimulants.

    Islands are eroded away by the ocean,

    as lives are wasted away by intelligence.

    One Island. Nine Worlds.

    A group with our own standards for beauty, who loves the strange and ugly, deviates our own work from the mainstream. This Island is our “Beauty” standard. Using a different angle to re-examine the definition of beauty, nine units interact and intersect to assemble this fantastic world and the stories within it. With “god” weaving through all of space and time, welcome to our “Beautiful land”

    Beautiful land combines toy and illustration which allows you to make and present your own creation using various mediums. Creators can express themselves through toy-making and tell their story from narrative illustrations. With Beautiful Island, it gives readers an extraordinary and experiential reading experience.

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  • Blåblå
    Blåblå
    Norway/Mainland

    Blåblå is a Norwegian word which means clear and intensely blue. Blåblå is an Oslo /Linhai based studio, which is founded by Xia Li in 2019. Blåblå aims to interpret various and subtle emotions from artist’s personal experiences and her imaginations.

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  • BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE
    BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE
    Germany

    BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE — ‘good day, good afternoon, good night’ in Portuguese — conveys the idea that books can become part of everyday life, regardless of the time of day. BOM DIA was founded in 2011 by Manuel Raeder and Manuel Goller in Berlin, solely run by Manuel Raeder since 2013. The books of BOM DIA are produced in close collaboration with a group of fellow artists, among others Henning Bohl, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Mariana Castillo Deball, Haegue Yang, Leonor Antunes, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Danh Vo, Nina Canell, and BLESS.

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  • BonJour!
    BonJour!
    不熟
    Mainland

    不熟獨立出版機構始於2011年,一直致力於不熟雜誌、文創產品、藝術書展、藝術書店和生活節的出品經營。現經營《不熟》獨立雜誌;作為NABF 2019 南京藝術書展(2019.11.1-3)以及HABF 2020 杭州藝術書展(2020.5.1-3)的策展方;經營不熟藝術書店(位於南京),選品世界各地優秀藝術書籍;開發不熟生活節品牌;並自主設計30多款文創產品。

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  • brownie publishing
    brownie publishing
    Hong Kong

    “brownie publishing” is an independent publisher, which works for promoting Hong Kong art of photography and Photobook, so that the public may come to know more outstanding local photographers. We aim at exploring more creative possibilities of ourselves, our environment, and humanities through the medium of photography.

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  • Camille Chan
    Camille Chan
    Hong Kong

    Camille is a creative director & illustrator based in Shanghai.

    She enjoys capturing snippets and moments with her simple yet bold line drawing. Combined with solid background in graphic design & advertising, Camille is always exploring to communicate message in her illustration with a touch of quirkiness. Her work with instantly recognisable style across a multitude of forms including large scale prints, apparel, poster design and animation.

    Her works has also been awarded at different shows, including Adfest, DFA Awards & HKDA Awards etc.

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  • Case Publishing/shashasha
    Case Publishing/shashasha
    Japan

    Founded in 2015 with a focus on photography and contemporary art, Case Publishing made it its mission to expand the art book into a platform for an even richer variety of art forms. Established in 2012, shashasha is an online photobook collection aimed at making Japanese and Asian photography more accessible to a worldwide audience.

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  • Chan Wai Kwong
    Chan Wai Kwong
    陳偉江
    Hong Kong

    Very very good contemporary shashin-ka in the whole universe.

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  • Chan Wai Lap
    Chan Wai Lap
    陳惠立
    Hong Kong

    Chan Wai Lap is an artist based in Hong Kong. He received his Bachelor of Art (Hons) in Visual Communication from Birmingham City University in 2011. Drawing on his past experience and affection for collectibles, he criticises absurdities and happenings in everyday life through his creative practice. His works have been featured in solo and group exhibitions in various art institutions, and been widely collected by private collectors and galleries of Hong Kong.

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  • Charlene Man - Lazy Press
    Charlene Man - Lazy Press
    Hong Kong

    Charlene Man is Hong Kong based self-published artist and the founder of Lazy Press. Her work celebrates the joy of do nothing, positive energy, combining with humour and mix-culture ideas to create work, which in its joyful simplicity of compositions and colours, is open to all.

    Charlene has previously exhibited at various art book fair and comic art festival in cities such as New York, Tokyo, Taipei, Shanghai, Singapore, Chicago, seattle, London and Seoul.

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  • CHAT (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile)
    CHAT (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile)
    CHAT 六廠(六廠紡織文化藝術館)
    Hong Kong

    CHAT (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile) is an art centre which is a part of the heritage conservation project of The Mills, the former cotton-spinning mills of Nan Fung Textiles in Tsuen Wan. Through its exhibitions and co-learning programmes, CHAT aims to be an art centre that weaves creative experiences for all.

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  • Chimurenga
    Chimurenga
    South Africa

    Drawing together myriad voices from across Africa and the diaspora, Chimurenga takes many forms operating as platform for free ideas and political reflection about Africa by Africans – its motto draws from Felasophy: who no know go know. Outputs include a journal of culture, art and politics of the same name, a quarterly broadsheet called The Chronic, The Chimurenga Library – an online resource of collected independent pan-African periodicals and personal books, and the Pan African Space Station (PASS) – an online music radio station and pop-up studio. The aim of these projects is not only to produce new knowledge, but to express the intensities our world and to capture those forces, to act.

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  • Chow San
    Chow San
    周生
    Hong Kong

    I am hong konger , always take photossssss

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  • crevasse
    crevasse
    Japan

    crevasse is nano-publisher in Japan.Based on a zine select shop on the web. We actively participates in art book fairs in Japan and overseas, and we discovers friends and artists and their publications that have fallen in deep split.

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  • da大 in print
    da大 in print
    da大 in print
    Mainland

    da大 in print is a Beijing based experimental art and design publishing project run by graphic designers Xuechen Fan and Maxim Cormier (ori.studio). It's objective is to create a platform focused on both the collecting of ideas and references from as wide a range of design and art related fields and disciplines as possible, as well as the promotion of experimental methods and process.

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  • Dialect
    Dialect
    方言社
    Macau

    The "Dialect is a nonprofit photographic group and platform which based in Macau. Co-founded by four independent photographers in 2016, "Dialect" is dedicated to exploring the infinite possibilities of photography and giving new impact in photography to Macau through various forms of exhibitions, discussions and activities.

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  • Display Distribute
    Display Distribute
    展銷場
    Hong Kong

    Display Distribute is a thematic inquiry, distribution service, now and again exhibition space and sometimes shop founded in Kowloon, 2015. Seeping via the capricious circulation patterns of low-end globalisation into other subaltern networks and grammars, recent activities include the experimental infrastructure LIGHT LOGISTICS, poetic research and archival unit Shanzhai Lyric and a peripatetic radio programme of hidden feminist narratives known as Widow Radio Ching.

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  • Doooogs
    Doooogs
    Germany/Mainland China

    Doooogs is an art book distribution and self-publishing platform based in Berlin and Beijing, offering greater visibility to local culture and art publications. Since 2016, doooogs has focused on cultural exchange between China and Germany by organizing art book fairs and events in both countries, writing reviews and interviews for art publications。photography, design, illustration, travel, food and more.

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  • dotdotdot
    dotdotdot
    Hong Kong

    Doddotdot is the Riso print store in Hong Kong. In addition to providing printing services, we also produce our own designs, including Zine, postcards, posters and various paper designs, such as hand-made books.

    Risograph's biggest feature is the ability to produce brightly colored prints, special inks such as fluorescent and gold, plus a stack of printing methods to highlight the design of printed matter.

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  • Dreamer FTY & art book in China
    Dreamer FTY & art book in China
    夢廠 Dreamer FTY & art book in China
    Mainland

    DREAMER FTY, founded in 2007. We publish book as projects and collaborate with artists. Currently, DREAMER FTY acts as the publishing project of art book in China.

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  • Edouard Malingue Gallery
    Edouard Malingue Gallery
    馬凌畫廊
    Hong Kong

    Edouard Malingue Gallery was founded in Hong Kong in 2010 to build a critical dialogue between Asian and international contemporary artists, both emerging and established, who combine aesthetic concern with conceptual enquiry, and work across different disciplines from video and installation to painting and sound. In 2016 the gallery opened a second space in Shanghai, creating a wider platform of exchange for its roster of artists. In addition to presenting dynamic solo exhibitions, the gallery pushes the boundaries of art in public spaces and stimulates artistic discourse through collaborations with curators worldwide.

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  • Enlightenment
    Enlightenment
    Japan

    Established by Hiro Sugiyama. Exhibiting artwork in the world of fine art. Publishing free papers and art books, designing advertisements and magazines and Curating Exhibitions. Creating music videos, vjing, well known in the world of moving image. Not only 2D art, they have expanded their area to 3D projects and space design.

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  • flip & roll press
    flip & roll press
    翻滾出版
    Hong Kong

    flip & roll press is a risograph printing and independent publishing studio based in Hong Kong. Founded in 2017, we work with artists to realise their concepts and present their aesthetics and creativity to the public. Currently, our publications range from picture books, artist books, zines, to finely printed goods, where you can find them at independent bookstores in Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as some online platforms. We also curate and produce small-scale art exhibitions.

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  • Floating Projects
    Floating Projects
    據點。句點
    Hong Kong

    Founded in 2010 and reinvented in 2015 by artist and art professor Linda C.H. Lai with a dozen of emerging artists, the Floating Projects (FP) occupied a 170m2 artistic production site in Wong Chuk Hang industrial area to answer the question: what can artists do with an empty unit in an industrial building with institutionally and physically defined constraints, and how do artists survive beyond the commercial gallery system and a public funds-dependent charity model? In August 2018, the Floating Projects Collective (FPC) moved into a new re-purposed industrial building in Shek Kip Mei’s JCCAC to drive a new phase FP 2.0, which remains a site of collaborative-individuated art experiments after an interdisciplinary and intermedia principle, and itself an art project that interrogates questions of space and being. The collective has grown from 12 to 17 members. We uphold rigorous mutual critique, and an approach to art-making that views a work as always in-progress with generative potentials. We persist in being a place where artists of varied generations could work together, meet in conversations and write about what we do.

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  • Foto Feminas' Library
    Foto Feminas' Library
    Hong Kong

    Foto Féminas is a platform established by Verónica Sanchis Bencomo who is interested in promoting through monthly online features the work of female photographers working in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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  • Fully Booked
    Fully Booked
    USA/UAE

    Fully Booked is a unique & curated international platform for creative publications & artists' books from or of the Middle East, North Africa, & South Asia, anchored by three annual editions of the Dubai art book fair. The flagship namesake fair—the first of its kind in the Gulf—premiered in 2017 in Alserkal Avenue, during the annual Dubai Art Week.

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  • G/P+abp
    G/P+abp
    Japan

    As a publishing section of G/P gallery, a contemporary photography gallery based in Hamamatsu, artbeat publishers has been energetically produced a variety of books in collaboration with greatest artists of our times, including Viviane Sassen, Stephen Gill, Kishin Shinoyama, Mika Ninagawa, Daisuke Yokota, Taisuke Koyama, Rieko Shiga and more. As a Japanese art publishing house, we dedicate our passion in promoting greatest cutting-edge contemporary visual art through the media of art book towards Japanese and international audience.

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  • Hang Tam
    Hang Tam
    譚昌恒
    Hong Kong

    He believes photography is the only way for him to feel his own existence. It fills up the emptiness in time and soul of his life. He rediscovers and reinvents himself, one picture at a time. it is perhaps, the reason why he keeps taking pictures.

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  • Hex Editions
    Hex Editions
    Hong Kong/Canada

    Hex Editions is an ongoing multiple book project by former Toronto and now Hong Kong based artist Flavio Trevisan. Each book has a distinct topic that contributes to the proposition of the entire set. The books contain drawings, found images and/or brief texts. There are currently 35 titles in the series. Begun in 2003 Hex Editions is in various institutional collections including the National Gallery of Canada and the Museum of Modern Art.

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  • icclab (Ink'chacha)
    icclab (Ink'chacha)
    Hong Kong

    INK'CHACHA is a print studio based in Hong Kong with two Risograph duplicators (18 colours ) and Digital Colour printer. Providing alternative printing method for creatives and professional print-on-demand solution for publics. icclab! is a new brand of Ink'chacha.

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  • Inpatient Press
    Inpatient Press
    USA

    Inpatient Press publishes innovative and experimental works of politics, poetry, prose, and erotics

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  • Keita Kasuka
    Keita Kasuka
    日下慶太
    Japan

    I was born in Osaka Japan and still resides there. I have been taking photos while working as a copywriter at an advertising company, and updating the photo blog "A Gap in the Landscape", daily. In July 2019 I published the photo book "The Gap in the Landscape / 一窺囧鏡" .

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  • kubrick
    kubrick
    Hong Kong

    kubrick is not only a bookstore, but also a publisher since 2003. Over 30 titles of books reaching from gender to social concern have been published and the number are still up and running.

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  • Leaking Rooftop + Siumou
    Leaking Rooftop + Siumou
    天台漏水啦!+ 周小某
    Hong Kong

    【天台漏水啦!】為一班失業藝術家,圍爐取暖的時候決定不如做書渡日,以尋找自己與自己的聲音。

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  • Little Mountain Press
    Little Mountain Press
    小山社
    USA/ Mainland

    Little Mountain Press is an art and illustration independent press from New York and Shenzhen, China. The press established in the summer of 2018 by the illustrator duo Xiao Mei and Mountain Dog. Little Mountain Press published most zines and prints in risograph. As a duo, we love bright colors and not afraid to express our sexuality and our Chinese identity. Our mission is to transform boredom into joy and challenge people's perception through print media.

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  • Lubok Verlag
    Lubok Verlag
    Germany

    Since 2007 Lubok Verlag publishes a series of graphic books with original linocuts by contemporary artists. The books are printed directly from the linoleum plate on a historic cylinder press. Twelve issues of the Lubok Reihe have been published so far with contributions by more than 140 artists. The program also comprises about thirty monographic artist books with original linocuts, woodcuts, material or screen prints (Lubok Spezial) as well as artist books, zines and catalogues in offset and cliché print featuring works from various fields such as painting, graphic, photography, collage, installation, etc.

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  • Lushan
    Lushan
    盧珊
    Mainland

    He is a strict men ,attention to hygiene,like thriller and Mahjong.He also likes watching football games.His favorite team which is Evergrande and Shanghai Greenland. He likes Beijing,some of the reason for the Huguo Temple snacks. Lord Rabbit is his favorite toy.

    I put my heart and soul into the production of these artist’s books, processing the images carefully, scanning the books with care, printing them with paper which is similar to the original works and making sure the quality of the printing. All these procedures are rather common ways for the production.

    The uncommon thing during the production is the interference in work. For example, the sketch paper may be stuck in the duplicator; the completely unrelated proofs and drawing may be put together; an unclear work may be printed on the kraftpaper; or probably a working contract just appears before your eyes suddenly. These are the coincidences I am looking forward to and which I believe are the mystery-like unconventional artistries in the artists’ book.

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  • mini press
    mini press
    小本出版
    Hong Kong

    Publication project under Hong Kong Miniature Book Association, published limited edition and handmade books. Hong Kong Miniature Book Association had been found in 2012, with an aim to promote book art, bookbinding and independent publication.

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  • Monster Workshop
    Monster Workshop
    怪獸工坊
    Mainland

    Monster Workshop™ is a new independent publication studio with Letterpress and Risograph printing. Provide special printing process support and guidance for illustrators and designers. Work with us to make good things happen and carry them on to the end.

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  • MOSSES
    MOSSES
    Hong Kong

    MOSSES was established in 2013, an art publisher and independent book store based in Hong Kong.

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  • motto
    motto
    Germany

    Motto was started by Alexis Zavialoff around 2007, and initiated as a distribution company for Switzerland, specializing in magazines and fanzines, a service which hardly existed before on the Swiss territory.

    The number of available publications kept growing and it now comprises more than 20000 titles, the catalogue being constantly updated. After establishing collaborations with major international distributors, the interest in books and smaller self-published items came naturally and it now constitutes a major part of Motto’s focus.

    Motto distributes more than 150 publishers to a more than a 100 stores worldwide. Events are organized regularly, with a particular eye for art school environments and art spaces. Motto also collaborates with libraries and institutions.

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  • Mount Zero Books
    Mount Zero Books
    見山書店
    Hong Kong

    An oasis. An oxygen pump. A zen moment. A zip of coffee under the tree. A bath of words in the river of books. A mountain back to state zero. A mini independent bookstore located at Taiping Shan Street, Sheung Wan.

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  • Nico
    Nico
    Mainland

    Nico is a Guangzhou based visual artist.

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  • no reason studio
    no reason studio
    Hong Kong

    No reason studio is a Hong Kong based independent creative studio focus on illustration, photography and moving image, founded by two Central Saint Martins alumnus from BA Graphic Design. They are dedicated to independent print and publication productions. One from Hong Kong, one from Beijing. They joined several art book fairs and festivals such as Taipei Art Book Fair, Hong Kong Zine and Print Fest, Kowloon City Book Fair, etc. You may find their books in Kubrick, The Commercial Press, and ACO Book.

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  • NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore
    NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore
    新加坡南洋理工大學當代藝術中心
    Singapore

    A leading international art institution, NTU CCA Singapore is a platform, host and partner creating and driven by dynamic thinking in its three-fold constellation: Exhibitions; Residencies Programme; Research and Academic Education. A national research centre for contemporary art of Nanyang Technological University, the Centre focuses on Spaces of the Curatorial. It brings forth innovative and experimental forms of emergent artistic and curatorial practices that intersect the present and histories of contemporary art embedded in social-political spheres with other fields of knowledge.

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  • ODD ONE OUT
    ODD ONE OUT
    Hong Kong

    ODD ONE OUT is the first gallery in Hong Kong dedicated to illustration, graphic arts & printmaking situated in the burgeoning St Francis Street area of Wan Chai. Opening in 2012, we have been exhibiting screenprints, etchings and fine art prints. 

    Working as a bridge to develop the appreciation of printmaking and encourage Hong Kong artists to explore other possibilities, starting in 2015, we started editioning and publishing limited edition art prints and artist books by local artists who have not traditionally worked in print mediums.

    This belief that art should be enjoyed by all runs through everything we do. Sharing a space with "Mosses" who specialise in limited edition art books, our goal is to bring people together in a comfortable environment where they can enjoy and art in all its forms. We are always looking for the next great artist (international or local) to help support and promote to a wider audience.

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  • ONION PETERMAN | Dry Run Press
    ONION PETERMAN | Dry Run Press
    Hong Kong

    DRY RUN PRESS is an independent publisher based in Hong Kong, specialising in limited edition silkscreen print, artists book and zine. Founded by Onion Peterman in 2018.

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  • OOMK
    OOMK
    UK/Malaysia

    One of My Kind (OOMK) is a collaborative publishing practice led by Rose Nordin, Sofia Niazi and Heiba Lamara. Working together since 2014, we make, publish and distribute books and printed works which arise from self-initiated projects. We also commission new works by women artists and co-curate DIY Cultures, one of the UK’s largest annual independent publishing fairs.

    OOMK Zine is a highly visual, handcrafted small-press publication. Printed biannually, its content pivots upon the imaginations, creativity and spirituality of women. Each issue centers around a different creative theme, with more general content exploring topics of faith, activism and identity. With a focus on self-publishing and education, we founded and run a community Risograph printing press in East London, Rabbits Road Press. We also work with galleries, museums, educational institutions and self-organised groups to deliver workshops and produce collaborative publications.

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  • PAPER MATTER
    PAPER MATTER
    Taiwan

    PAPER MATTER is an artistic institution dedicating itself to study and promote aesthetic, practice and knowledge construction of Artists’ books firstly in Taiwan to rediscover the possibility of publication as artistic practice, and to explore the future and development of these media in Asia by means of the activities of collection research, curatorial practice, publication plan, course lecture and workshop.

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  • Para Site
    Para Site
    Para Site 藝術空間
    Hong Kong

    Para Site is Hong Kong’s leading contemporary art centre and one of the oldest and most active independent art institutions in Asia. It produces exhibitions, publications, discursive, and educational projects aimed at forging a critical understanding of local and international phenomena in art and society.

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  • Pearl Law
    Pearl Law
    Hong Kong

    Pearl Law is an illustrator and zine-maker. Hong Kong born and raised, she graduated from University of the West of England with a degree in Illustration. Much of her work takes inspiration from humour, literature, history, and behavioural observations. She loves to play around with visual wit.

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  • Ping Pong
    Ping Pong
    乒乓繪本
    Hong Kong

    Ping Pong was created and invested by a group of young illustrators in Hong Kong in 2014. The work expressed the strong and unique character of each artist. Through recording, sculpturing and representing matters that is related to Hong Kong daily life in a very imaginative way, the showed the great diversities of this international city.

    Ping Pong has been showcased in cities including Berlin, Angouleme, Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai and Taipei. This group of young artists represents creativity and diversity, to communicate with various cities, and also proved the possibility and sustainability of individual art projects.

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  • Primary Information
    Primary Information
    USA

    Primary Information was founded in 2006 to publish affordable artists’ books and artists’ writings. The organization publishes out-of-print books that are vital to ongoing conversations around artistic practice, as well as new books by contemporary artists. All books are sold at cost so that they are as accessible as possible.

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  • Printed Matter
    Printed Matter
    USA

    Founded in 1976, Printed Matter, Inc. is the world’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination, understanding and appreciation of artists’ books and related publications.

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  • Prypress
    Prypress
    Singapore

    Prypress is an independent publisher and project space in Singapore. Prypress is founded by artist and design lecturer Joanne Pang. 

    Prypress produces books, prints, multiples, objects, ephemera while curating interdisciplinary art and design exhibitions and running public workshops. In 2019, Prypress debuts at Singapore Art Book Fair and Taipei Art Book fair.

    Prypress is founded with the intent to explore the nooks and crannies, the subversive and poetic aspects of everyday life in Singapore. Prypress also functions as platform for different disciplines to collaborate and create projects that explores images, materiality and space.

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  • RED LETTER DISTRO
    RED LETTER DISTRO
    New Zealand
  • Rondade
    Rondade
    Japan

    Rondade is aimed at realizing various art forms in a form and a way not to be bound by the established frame. Rondade is a publishing house based in Tokyo.

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  • ruangrupa
    ruangrupa
    Indonesia

    ruangrupa is a Jakarta-based collective established in 2000. It is a non-profit organization that strives to support the idea of art within urban and cultural context by involving artists and other disciplines such as social sciences, politics, technology, media, etc, to give critical observation and views towards Indonesian urban contemporary issues. ruangrupa also produce collaborative works in the form of art projects such as exhibition, festival, art lab, workshop, research, as well as book, magazine and online-journal publication.

    As an artists’ collective, ruangrupa has been involved in many collaborative and exchange projects, including participating in big exhibitions such as Gwangju Biennale (2002 & 2018), Istanbul Biennial (2005), Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (Brisbane, 2012), Singapore Biennale (2011), São Paulo Biennial (2014), Aichi Triennale (Nagoya, 2016) and Cosmopolis at Centre Pompidou (Paris, 2017). In 2016, ruangrupa curated TRANSaction: Sonsbeek 2016 in Arnhem, NL.

    From 2015-18, ruangrupa co-developed a cultural platform Gudang Sarinah Ekosistem together with several artists’ collectives in Jakarta, located at Gudang Sarinah warehouse, Pancoran, South Jakarta. It is a cross-disciplinary space that aims to maintain, cultivate and establish an integrated support system for creative talents, diverse communities, and various institutions. It also aspires to be able to make connections and collaborate, to share knowledge and ideas, as well as to encourage critical thinking, creativity, and innovations. The results of these joint collaborations are open for public access—and presented with various exhibitions, festivals, workshops, discussions, film screenings, music concerts, and publications of journals.

    In 2018, learning from their experience establishing Gudang Sarinah Ekosistem and together with Serrum and Grafis Huru Hara, ruangrupa co-initiated GUDSKUL: contemporary art collective and ecosystem studies (or Gudskul, in short, pronounced similarly like “good school” in English). It is a public learning space established to practice an expanded understanding of collective values, such as equality, sharing, solidarity, friendship and togetherness.

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  • Russian Independent SelfPublished
    Russian Independent SelfPublished
    Russia

    Russian Independent SelfPublished collective was founded in 2015 by Natalia Baluta, Elena Kholkina and Alla Mirovskaya in order to promote photobooks of Russian-speaking authors abroad under the circumstances of insufficient institutional support. Our mission internationally is to facilitate integration of Russian-speaking artists and their books into the international network and the market.

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  • Silas Fong | Hye Kyoung Kwon
    Silas Fong | Hye Kyoung Kwon
    方琛宇 | 權惠景
    Hong Kong

    Silas Fong integrates his artistic practice with his teaching position at the Chung-Ang University in Seoul. His new work is a critical and reflective pursuit using the book as an artistic and educational medium. Hye Kyoung Kwon devotes her art in exploring the position of painting in contemporary art. is an emotional voice of a day when things didn’t go well. Kwon/Fong also presents selected works of young artists from Korea.

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  • Singapore Art Book Fair
    Singapore Art Book Fair
    新加坡藝術書展
    Singapore

    Singapore Art Book Fair (SGABF) is an independent annual multi-day festival specialising in contemporary art books & zines. Held annually, this event is free and open to the public and hosts exhibitors from around the world including artists, distributors, small presses, institutions, galleries, zines, and printmakers.

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  • Soft D Press
    Soft D Press
    梳乎啲獨立出版
    Hong Kong

    ndependent publication relaxedly,

    slowly and softly

    spreading the joy of reading and collecting.

    made in Hong Kong since 2017.

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  • soundpocket
    soundpocket
    聲音掏腰包
    Hong Kong

    soundpocket was established in 2008 and has been a promoter, educator, gatherer and archivist in supporting the art and culture of listening. Throughout the years, soundpocket has facilitated a cross-disciplinary approach to programming and education in partnership with art practitioners, corporations and social groups of diverse backgrounds. The Library by soundpocket aspires to share the use of sound resources with like-minded individuals to explore the potential for more creative collaborations.

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  • Spicy Fish/Fleurs des lettres
    Spicy Fish/Fleurs des lettres
    水煮魚文化/字花
    Hong Kong

    SPICY FISH established in 2006 by publishing Fleurs des lettres(字花), a literary bimonthly in Chinese, Spicy Fish is a 12 year-old literary arts non-profit organization and publisher based in Hong Kong. Fleurs des lettres has been the most energetic and lively literary bimonthly in Hong Kong. Its contributors include scholar Leo Lee Ou Fan, social critics Leung Man Tao, important Hong Kong authors, Xi Xi, Leung Ping Kwan, Wong Bik Wan, and Taiwan authors such as Zhang Dachun, Luo Yijun, etc. It has built a sharp literary brand that influences writers and readers in Hong Kong, Taiwan and the Mainland. In recent years, it has collaborated with online international literary magazine, Asymptote, in exchanging literary works for translation, so as to promote Hong Kong Literature to international readership. It strives to promote excellent Hong Kong authors to oversea readers.

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  • STUDIO INSIDE
    STUDIO INSIDE
    Mainland

    Art Space Inside was found in 2018, aiming at promoting art and culture through globalized vision. We want to create a complex platform to bridge all forms of art space including online and offline to accomplish our goal.

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  • Tai Yip Art Bookshop
    Tai Yip Art Bookshop
    大業藝術書店
    Hong Kong

    Founded in 1975, Tai Yip has a terrific selection of books about Chinese history, symbolism and art including titles about archeology, lacquer ware, jade, snuff bottles, ceramics, costumes, tea ware, etc. This is a good place to look if you are planning to collect Chinese art or antiques.

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  • TASCHEN
    TASCHEN
    塔森出版
    Hong Kong

    TASCHEN is a leading art-book publisher known for its dazzling and audacious world of eye-catching coffee table books spanning architecture, aphrodisia, art, design, fashion, photography, pop culture, style, and travel. Working closely alongside acclaimed creative partners, the company has published thousands of titles in dozens of languages. From the quintessential Basic Art series to SUMO-sized Collector’s Editions, TASCHEN’s mission remains to be committed to diversity and innovation. Whatever the subject and whatever the price, the company strives to treat every topic with the same respect, and to produce, design, and package each of its books beautifully and uniquely.

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  • Thames & Hudson Asia Ltd./Asia Publishers Services Ltd.
    Thames & Hudson Asia Ltd./Asia Publishers Services Ltd.
    泰晤士和赫德森出版社
    Hong Kong/UK

    Thames & Hudson was founded in 1949 by Walter and Eva Neurath. Their passion and mission was to create a ‘museum without walls’ and to make accessible to a large reading public the world of art. Thames & Hudson publishes high-quality books across ‎all areas of visual creativity: the arts (fine, applied, decorative, performing), architecture, design, photography, fashion, film and music, and also archaeology, history and popular culture.

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  • The Book Society/mediabus
    The Book Society/mediabus
    三角書店/媒體大巴
    Korea

    Mediabus is a small publishing house based in Seoul, Korea. It was founded in 2007 by independent curators with the collaboration of designers. Mediabus publishes zines & books, produces and distributes, organizes exhibitions & events, directs a workshop, and carries out project or book commissions for companies & institutions.

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  • the shop
    the shop
    這個店
    Mainland

    As an interface to the system of daily life, the shop intends to facilitate the transformation between creative activities and everyday life in a more accessible way.

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  • The Weird Things
    The Weird Things
    Hong Kong

    “The little things? The little moments? They are not little.” - John Zabat-Zinn We through "The Weird Things" to share what we like, what we see and what weird the world is in illustration way. At the same time, "The Weird Things” is kind of a record that recording the owner lives in a current. There are too many things happened and appeared in our life, it is hard to remember all of it, so this is a reason that we started "The Weird Things”. We believed that we do drawing every illustration which related to our life to make a deeper impression on yourself and your memory :-).

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  • thisbakery
    thisbakery
    尼間麵包店
    Hong Kong

    A bakery that bakes imaginary bread.

    Always creating something soft, chewy and fluffy because life should be like this. Freedom and happiness are two of the very crucial ingredients in baking bread in @Thisbakery. Enjoy Bread.

    Before you can see a lot of bread and food being produced in @Thisbakery, and now, it's more than bread because the baker does whatever she likes.

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  • Three Shadows
    Three Shadows
    三影堂攝影藝術中心
    Mainland

    Situated in Beijing’s Caochangdi Art District, Three Shadows Photography Art Centre was China’s first independent organization specializing in contemporary art photography upon its founding. It was jointly founded by the influential Chinese contemporary photographer RongRong and his wife, the celebrated Japanese photographer inri. Since June 2007, Three Shadows has become the country’s premiere platform for the presentation, promotion, discovery and international exchange of high-caliber photography. Three Shadows Photography Art Centre is comprised of two spaces, north and south: one is situated in Beijing’s Caochangdi Art District, while the other is located in Xinlinwan, Jimei District in the city of Xiamen in southern China. Aside from its exhibition spaces, Three Shadows Photography Art Centre also includes +3 Gallery, image production facilities, a vast library (Xiamen location), an educational program, a book store, and a cafe.

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  • Three Star Books
    Three Star Books
    France

    Founded in 2007, Three Star Books is owned and managed by Christophe Boutin and Mélanie Scarciglia. Maddalena Quarta is assisting at production and sales.

    Three Star Books produces books and editions with the finest contemporary artists. The term‚ "Artist's book" is interpreted loosely, as the final product often exceeds the physical and conceptual parameters of publishing.

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  • White Fungus
    White Fungus
    白木耳
    Taiwan

    White Fungus is a print magazine and publishing platform based in Taiwan. The publication began in 2004 as a protest zine and quasi political manifesto produced on a photocopier in Wellington, New Zealand. Now it is an international arts publication based in Taiwan that is distributed globally. Each cover of the magazine is derived from a scan of a can of "white fungus", a commercially produced pulped beverage from Taichung City.

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  • WMA
    WMA
    Hong Kong

    The WYNG Media Award (WMA) is a series of programmes developed to spark discussions of social issues of great importance to Hong Kong through visual images, with a view to fostering positive change. They include WMA Masters, WMA Commission, WMA Open, WMA Student and WMA Film. Each year, a theme is chosen for the programmes. Past themes explored included “Poverty”, “Air”, “Waste”, “Identity”, “Mobility”, “Transition” and “Opportunity”. The theme for the 2019/20 cycle is “Light” .

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  • Wong Kan Tai
    Wong Kan Tai
    黄勤帶
    Hong Kong

    Wong kan Tai, Photographer. Born in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Published books include :

    SECRET 1842-1997

    FUKUSHIMA

    THE QUEEN'S

    VAJRAYANA

    HONG KONG WALLED CITY

    HONG KONG LAND RECLAIMED

    '89 TIANANMEN

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  • Zen Foto Gallery
    Zen Foto Gallery
    Japan/Hong Kong

    Zen Foto is a gallery and publisher based in Tokyo that specialises in Japanese and Chinese photography exhibitions and publications.

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  • ZINECOOP & Small Tune Press
    ZINECOOP & Small Tune Press
    Hong Kong

    ZINE COOP is an indie publishing artist collective that promotes zine culture in Hong Kong. It provides support on zine making and distribution, connecting artists with book fairs while serving as a bridge between distros and potential readers.

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