November 25, 2011 - 27 November, 2011

Berlin (Germany)
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MISS READ
MISS READ invited international pubishers and artists to show their artist books and publications at Kunst Werke KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin. Artistic publishing has developed into a form of individual practice. Presenting a selection of more than 40 of the most active contributors in this field, this fair provides an excellent opportunity to encounter the contemporary scene of independent publishing world wide.
KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Auguststr. 69, 10117 Berlin (D)
Friday-Saturday, 3-9pm
Sunday, 12-7pm


November 8, 2011 - November 9, 2011

Ghent (Belgium)
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Not a day without a line. Artists' words and writings.
The speakers on the subject are: Laurent Busine (B), Carson & Miller (UK, Simon Deakin (CDN), Anouk De Clercq (B), Helena De Preester (B), Evan Ehninger (CH), Wilfried Huet (B), Philip Huyghe (B), Nanda Janssen (NL), Susan Jarosi (USA), Mark Manders (Nl), Didier Semin (Fr), Kristine Stiles (USA), Philippe Van Cauteren (B), Dorothée Wagner (D). Wilfried Huet, founder and editor of GAGARIN, will be interviewed by Simon Deakin, doctoral researcher on the artists' magazine GAGARIN at the University of Leeds (UK).  
Faculty of Fine Arts, University College Ghent, Belgium
Tuesday, 9am-8pm
Wednesday, 9am-6pm


October 28, 2011 - October 30, 2011

Eindhoven (Netherlands)
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PA/PER VIEW Artbook Fair at ONOMATOPEE
PA/PER VIEW and ONOMATOPEE will join forces to bring together a selection of some thirty of Europe's leading artist book publishers during the Dutch Design Week at Onomatopee. Onomatopee aims to question the parameters of our (designed) culture through research and presentations.
ONOMATOPEE, Bleekstraat 23, 5611 VB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Friday: 6-9pm (preview)
Saturday, Sunday: 12-6pm


October 08, 2011

Bristol (UK)
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One-off Book & Zine Fair at Spike Island
GAGARIN was selected by Book Works & Spike Island to take part in this event. The Book & Zine Fair brings together 30 UK and international publlishers, artists projects & collectives working within or across the fields of art, literature, philosophy and politics. There will be an emphasis on animating the day with talks, reading groups, screenings & performances...
Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX, UK
Saturday: 12-5pm
   


September 29, 2011 - October 02, 2011

New York NY (US)
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New York Art Book Fair 2011 at PS1
GAGARIN will take part in the 6th annual NYABF at PS1, the world's premier event for artists' books, periodicals and zines presented by more than 200 international presses, sellers, antiquarians, artists and independent publishers from over 20 countries. "For those of us who reside mostly in a world of pixels and antialiased Web fonts, Printed Matter's fifth annual New York Art Book Fair was a breath of fresh, ink-and-glue-infused air." - The New Yorker
MoMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101, US
Thursday, 5pm-6pm (preview, VIP & press)
Thursday, 6pm-8pm (opening reception, free & open to the public)
Friday-Saturday, 11am-7pm
Sunday, 11am-5pm


September 23, 2011 - September 25, 2011

London (UK)
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The London Art Book Fair 2011 at Whitechapel Gallery
GAGARIN will again take part in the LABF2011. The selection was made by Marcus Campbell, Tacita Dean, Franz König, Farshid Mousawi & Soraya Rodriguez. Leading publishers from all over the world will fill the Whitechapel Gallery's spaces. "London is the centre of the art world and the LABF is the chance to exchenge and read the latest ideas, as well as an unmissable opportunity to buy the most innovating publications." (Cit. I. Blazwick, director of the Whitechapel Gallery.)
Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX, UK
Private view (invitation only): Thursday: 6-7pm
Friday , Saturday, Sunday: 11am-6pm 


July 14, 2011

Leeds (UK)
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ARLIS UK & Ireland Annual Conference 2011
ARLIS UK & Ireland is an Art Libraries Society based in the National Library in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This annual conference, now located at the University of Leeds, is one of the biggest and most succesful events of the Arlis Calendar. The programme will be packed with talks, seminars, visits & workshops designed to educate and professionally develop delegates. Included in the programme, a selective trade exhibition with relevant publications will be organised. The artists magazine GAGARIN was invited to take part in the exhibition. 
University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS29JT, UK
Thursday, 1-3pm & 3.45-4.15pm


Juni 25, 2011

Antwerp (B)
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GAGARIN at MAES & MATTHYS GALLERY
GAGARIN #23 will be presented by its editor, Wilfried Huet, followed by a public conversation between Stella Lohaus and Vaast Colson on the subject of his writing "Desperately trying to be a writer. Pursuing the Tanger tradition, an exerpt" for the same issue. GAGARIN #23 is out now and comes with special texts, written by Marc Nagtzaam, Fabienne Audéoud, Christine Meisner, Vaast Colson, Mekhitar Garabedian, Raymond Pettibon, Javier Téllez and Abraham Cruzvillegas. 
MAES & MATTHYS GALLERY, Pourbusstraat 3, 2000 Antwerp (B)
Saturday, 3pm


June 15, 2011 - June 19, 2011

Basel (CH)
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The Solo Project 2011
The Solo Project was set up by Paul Kusseneers Gallery (Antwerp). For the third year running this clearly defined fair will feature "Solo Shows by some 60 selected galeries" at the St Jakobshalle in Basel. The Solo Project Fair 2011 coincides with the Art Basel Fair. GAGARIN was the only art magazine invited to take part in The Solo Project with an exclusive private booth.
St. Jakobshalle, Brüglingstrasse 19-21, CH-4052 Basel
Wednesday, 10am - 12am (private view by invitation only) & 12am - 8pm
Thursday & Friday, 10am - 7pm
 Saturday, 10am - 10pm
Sunday, 10am - 5pm


June 10, 2011 - July 29, 2011

Langreo-Asturias (E)
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DE ZINES - About Independant Publications
GAGARIN is included in "DE ZINES", 1 out of 3 winning exhibitions in the last edition of Inéditos, a program of Obra Social Cajamadrid. The show is a compact edition of the original with carefully selected magazines, fanzines & object magazines.
ESPACIO THINK, C/ Jesus Alonso Braga 10, 33930 Langreo-Asturias, Spain
Monday to Friday: 11am-2pm & 5-7.30pm 


June 01, 2011 - June 3, 2011

Venezia (IT)
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The Book Affair 
GAGARIN was invited to take part in The Book Affair, a two day independent art publishers fair that will take place in Venice at the occasion of the four opening days of the 54th edition of the Venice Art Biennial (1-4 June, 2011) with the aim t gather some of today's most interesting independant art publishing projects. The Book Affair is organized by Automatic Books, the independent publishing house based in Venice and run by Tankboys, Elena Xausa and Tommaso Speretta.
Metricubi, Campielle delle erbe 2003, Campo San Polo, Venezia 30125, Italy
Thursday,
Friday,


May 15, 2011

Amsterdam (NL)
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Amsterdam Art Book Fair 2011
The first Amsterdam Art/Book Fair presents a high-end international selection of art publications. The fair reflects emerging practices and new developments in artistic practice through a selection of publishers from 16 countries.
De Brakke Grond, Nes 45, NL-1012 KD Amsterdam
Saturday, 1pm - 7pm
Sunday, 11am - 6pm


May 29, 2011 - May 29, 2011

Prague (CZ)
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We are closing in 21 days
"We are closing in 21 days" is organised by a group of young designers from Prague. The event will include a presentation of books and magazines, some lectures, and Czech fashion. The idea is to also introduce independant publishing to a wider Czech audience.  
Oldschool, Hermanova 37, Prague 7, 17000, Czech Republic.
Daily, 1 - 8pm
Sunday 29 05, Closing Party 


April 28, 2011 - May 1, 2011

Brussels (Belgium)
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ART BRUSSELS 2011

GAGARIN will be present in a private booth at the media section of this yaers ART BRUSSSELS. ART BRUSSELS offers a choice of 167 galleries and has the most international profile of any other fair in Europe, with over 80% of its participants coming from over 25 countries.
Brussels Expo, halls 1 & 3, Place de Belgique, 1020 Brussels
Wednesday, noon - 4 pm (preview - by invitation only)
Wednesday, 4 - 10 pm (vernissage - by invitation only)
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12 - 7 pm


March 31, 2011 - April 3, 2011

Brussels (BE)
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PA / PER VIEW Artbook Fair 2011
PA / PER VIEW will bring together a selection of some 30 leading artist book publishers at WIELS during the first major retrospective of David Claerbout's work. Will be present: 2ND Cannons, A Etsante, A Prior, AKV Berlin Publishing, Archive Books, Arts Libris, Bartleby & Co, Bookworks, Culturgest, Daviet-Thery, Editions Fink, GAGARIN, Gevaert Editions, Jan Van Eyck Academie, Kaleid Editions, Kaleidoscope, Lubok Verlag, Making Do, Manifesta Journal, Mer. Paper Kunsthalle, More Publishers, Mousse, Onomatopee, Pork Salad Press, Post Editions, Raina Lupa, Ridinghouse, Roma Publications, Torpedo, Tulipe and Roses, Witte de With, Zabludowicz Collection, Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. and more from Motto...
WIELS, Centre for Contemporary Art, Van Voxemlaan 354, 1190 Brussels, Belgium
Thursday, 6-9pm (preview)
Friday Saturday Sunday, 11am-6pm