BOOK FAIR

BOOK FAIR
Artist Books & Publications by Independent Publishers

BOOK FAIR is the first artist book fair organised and hosted by the London Centre for Book Arts, celebrating five years of making, advocating, and teaching all things artist books and publishing.

When: Sunday 2 December, 11am–5pm

Where: London Centre for Book Arts, an active print studio and bindery housed within one of the few remaining Victorian industrial buildings in Fish Island E3

What: Showcasing artist books and publications by over twenty independent publishers. Just in time for the holidays, visitors will have a chance to buy books and meet the publishers. Seasonal drinks and snacks by London Borough Of Jam.

Publishers:
A6 BOOKS
Akerman Daly
Behind the X
Book Works
Books From The Future
Bricks from the Kiln
Bronze Age
Camp Books
Clinic
Colorama
common-editions
Feminist Print Network
Four Corners Books
Good Press
Hato Press
Landfill Editions
Nous Vous
Occasional Papers
Onomatopee
Pilot Press
Platform Editions
PS London
Rough Trade Books
Setsuko
Snootie Studios
Studio Operative 
Synchronise Witches 
Test Centre
The Bower
The Everyday Press

 

 

LCBA @ Carousel

We’re taking our workshops to Marylebone! Join us for a series of informal bookbinding workshops in the coming months at Carousel, a restaurant and creative hub on Blandford Street. If you’ve always wanted to visit us but a trip to E3 is a bit out of your way, this is the perfect opportunity. Learn the craft of bookbinding from experts from the London Centre for Book Arts – with an option to have lunch with us afterwards.

Concertina Bookbinding on Sat 1 December; and Personalised Case-bound Notebook on Sat 19 January 2019.

 

Open Studio


Join us for an Open Studio on Sunday 23 September 12—5pm to celebrate five years of the London Centre for Book Arts, and 50 years of SPACE Studios. Come have a look at our brand-new shop front designed by our friends Studio Bergini. Events and demonstrations throughout the day including a special book launch for Crayonograph by LCBA residency artist Abbie Freeman in collaboration with Fraser Muggeridge studio from 3–5pm. FREE to attend but RSVP recommended. Don’t miss it!