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The Chicago Art Book Fair
http://www.chicagoabf.com

Nov 16-19, 2017
at the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel
12 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60613

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Mata / Matt Lifson Book Release

Wednesday, November 16th, 8pm

In celebration of the release of two new books by Hesse Press: Matt Lifson “Sleep With Me And A Ghost” and Mata “No Drums No DJs No Saturdays”

Performances by:

WHITE GOLD
(Phil Blankenship & John Wiese)

UNICA
(Maria Garcia & Nial Morgan)

CARMINA ESCOBAR

TAMAKI UEDA + ELDEN M

Paintings by Matt Lifson and Mata sculptures will be installed in the upstairs galleries. On view from 12pm, before the performances.

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The Toronto Art Book Fair (TOABF) is a free public event taking place Thursday, June 16th – Sunday, June 19th at Artscape Youngplace (180 Shaw St. Toronto, ON) featuring curated exhibitions, 75 Canadian and international vendors, and community programming that includes a speaker series, readings, talks, launches and workshops. In its inaugural year TOABF will highlight over 150 national and international artists, publishers, designers, curators, bookmakers, writers, and performers.

TOABF is dedicated to increasing the visibility, dissemination, appreciation, and understanding of the artist’s book and its contemporary expression in print culture and visual arts. Independent artistic print culture has a rich narrative in Canadian art history, and is an often overlooked aspect of Canadian cultural identity. The goal of TOABF is to highlight these personal and collective stories, elevate the artistic integrity of artists’ books, multiples, and printed matter by presenting Canadian and international artists to a wide audience.

Funded by: Ontario Arts Council and Toronto Arts Council
Program Partners: 8Eleven, Art Metropole, C Magazine, Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada, PaperHouse Studio, SKETCH, Colour Code, Blackflash Magazine, Nothing Else Press and Typology Projects

OPENING LAUNCH PARTY
Thursday, June 16th 6-9pm
FAIR HOURS
Friday, June 17th 11-7pm
Saturday, June 18th 11-7pm
Sunday, June 19th 11-6pm

Vendors:
Akin Collective
8Eleven
Alicia’s Klassic Kool Shoppe
Anchorless Press
B&D Press
Badlands Unlimited
BlackFlash
Booger Brie
C Magazine
Cabinet Magazine
Carbon Paper
Colour Code
CRIT Paper
DNA Artspace
Double Dot Magazine
Draw Down Books
Ediciones Daga
Eli Howey
Endless Editions
Fangrrlz
Femme Crimes Distro
Fillip
Food Court
GuyGuyGuy
Halifax Ink
Hesse Press
Hex Editions
Impulse (b:)
Issue Press
Jackie Lee Art
Jonathan Rotsztain
Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative
Kendra Yee
Lido Pimienta
Lise Haller Baggesen
Louise Reimer Illustrations
Makuktu Art Project
Massive Goods
Matte Magazine
Matthew Scott Gualco
Micah Lexier
Milkweed Zine
Mother Books
Musterni
New Documents
Nothing Else Press
Open Sesame
Or Gallery and Bookstore
Paul and Wendy Projects
Perish Publishing
Phil Woollam
Possible Worlds
Prefix Photo Magazine
Project Space/ Vancouver Art Book Fair
Ray Ray
Sab Meynert
Sagan Editions
Sarahaha
School of Image Arts – Ryerson
Scrapbooks
Sergej Vutuc
Slow Editions
Soon.tw
Space Face Books
Studio-Set
Swimmers Group
Tallulah Fontaine
Technologie und das Unheimliche
The Canadian Academy in Rome
TXTbooks
Typology Projects
University of Toronto Art Galleries
Vice Versa Press
YYZ Artists’ Outlet
And more…

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Two events on February 12!

Celebrating GX’s new book Nihil Ad Rem, published by Hesse Press

5–6 PM
Book signing at Hesse Press’s booth at Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair, MOCA Geffen Contemporary, Los Angeles

10:30 PM
Launch party/show at MATA
—GX Jupitter-Larsen
—Waves (CA)
—Unsustainable Social Condition
—Banetoriko
MATA, 3709 West Pico Blvd.
$5

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GX Jupitter-Larsen
Nihil Ad Rem 2016
One-Sided 7-inch Lathe
Signed, numbered, and stamped
Packaged in a press sheet
with postcard
Edition of 22
Available at Hesse Press’s table
at the LA Art Book Fair,
Feb 11–14, 2016
Helicopter, HEL 96021
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GX Jupitter-Larsen
Nihil Ad Rem

ISBN 978-0-9906351-8-5
Soft cover, perfect bound
64 pages, 6.5 × 9-inch
Edition of 500
Release date: February 1, 2016

GX Jupitter-Larsen is an artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. In Nihil Ad Rem, his well-known performance art group The Haters is extensively documented from its inception to the present. From tearing paper in 1979, to blowing up hillsides in 1986, to amplifying erosion during the 1990s and 00s, to recent paintings, Jupitter-Larsen’s work celebrates entropy and his own self-created lexicon of units of measurement.

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