Akerman Daly was formed in 2004 and publishes writing by contemporary artists that informs and challenges ideas about art.
Mette-Sofie Ambeck uses hand-cut illustrations and typography to produce artists’ books that experiment with traditional binding and more sculptural approaches.
Formed in 2008 by graduates of Central Saint Matrins, AMBruno produces books around a given theme. Their theme for the London Art Book Fair 2015 is ‘red’.
Anagram Books specialises in distributing books about contemporary art, photography, theory, architecture and sound art.
Antic-Ham (Kim Hye Mee) was born in Seoul, South Korea and makes artist books with photographs, collage, silkscreen printing, drawing and writing.
a r c h i p e l a g o is a platform for curatorial and artistic projects based in London. It has a strong emphasis on artists experimenting with books.
Bringing together activists and cultural practitioners, Archive Books produces readers, monographs and artists’ books as well as journals focusing on contemporary cultural production.
Art / Books publishes artists’ limited editions, books for children, monographs, exhibition catalogues, biography and memoir, and academic and scholarly publications.
Banner Repeater is an artist led reading room and project space, founded by Ami Clarke in 2009, with a public and online archive of Artists’ Publishing.
Black Dog Publishing Limited London specialises in beautifully produced illustrated books that represent a fresh, eclectic take on contemporary culture.
bookRoom is a research group based at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham since 2004 that focusses on critical and practice based research.
Book Works is dedicated to commissioning projects by emerging artists, specialising in artists’ books, spoken word and printed matter.
Chisato Tamabayashi’a work includes a range of remarkable books using pop-ups, printed and hand cut pages. His creations are in several collections including the TATE library artists’ book Collection.
common-editions is a publishing house dedicated to artists’ books, editions and other artist-led projects, bringing new artworks in book form to the international book trade.
Dario Zeruto’s art practice looks into the intersection of textile techniques, bookbinding and paper as object.
David Faithfull is an artist, printmaker and curator based in Scotland. He won the V&A’s Birgit Skoild Memorial Trust Award for the Jettison series at The London Art Book Fair 2013.
David Zwirner Books publishes catalogues, monographs, historical surveys, artist books, and catalogue raisonnés related to the gallery’s renowned exhibition program.
Dewi Lewis Publishing brings accessible but challenging photography to the attention of a wider public, publishing around 20 new titles each year.
Founded in 2014 by James Mckinnon and based in Berlin, Distance Over Time works closely with artists to create beautiful limited and collectible books, zines and objects.
Dust is a collective of designers and educators formed in Sheffield and now in New York, providing consultancy, design and development for art and life.
Tracey Emin was born in London in 1963, and studied at Maidstone College of Art and the Royal College of Art, London. She has exhibited extensively internationally including solo and group exhibitions in Holland, Germany, Japan, Australia and America.
Artist Mike Nicholson founded Ensixteen Editions as part of his varied creative practice as an author/artist of autobiographical editions in the ‘zine’ format.
Flying Eye Books is the children’s imprint of award-winning visual publishing house Nobrow. They are two years old and currently publishing 20 children’s books a year.
Fitzcarraldo Editions publishes ambitious, innovative and imaginative contemporary fiction and long-form essays in translation and in the English language.
Four Corners Books was established in 2004 as a not-for-profit organisation making publications for both art and book loving audiences.
Gimpel Fils Gallery was founded in 1946 by brothers Charles and Peter Gimpel and Charles’ wife Kay. They offer a number of rare books and catalogues, and host regular artist exhibitions.
GOST Books is a photography and visual arts publishers founded by Gordon MacDonald and Stuart Smith, and based in London.
Grafters’ Quarterly is a free newspaper founded to address a belief in theorizing being an activity of initial discovery rather than a specific methodology.
Individually designed, carefully made books produced in close collaboration with artists and curators.
Established in 2009, Hato Press is an independent printing and publishing house based in London experimenting with illustrative, playful and beautiful forms.
Hayward Publishing produces beautiful and inspiring books on contemporary art to accompany Hayward Gallery, Hayward Touring and Arts Council Collection exhibitions.
Hex Editions is an ongoing series of pocket books published by Flavio Trevisan, an artist based in Toronto, Canada.
Founded in 2011 Highchair Editions is the self-publishing imprint of James & Edward Newton. They produce artist books with specific emphasis on photographic work.
Founded in October 2013, Hoxton Mini Press is an independent publisher making collectable art books so beautiful and charming you’ll keep them for your grandchildren.
Iniva is a leading UK contemporary visual arts organisation which creates exhibitions, publications, digital initiatives, education and research projects.
Hand-bound Artist-desinged Books by Jacqueline Thomas. Her work has been exhibited in many institutions in the UK and in the United States.
Established in 1979 John Hansard Gallery is one of Britain’s leading public galleries of contemporary art supporting, developing and presenting work by outstanding artists from across the world.
Throughout the year KALEID editions works closely with librarians, book dealers and private collectors; to advocate public special collections and represent European based artists who do books.
+Kris Graves Projects is based in New York City and deals mainly in contemporary photography and works on paper, creating many limited edition artist publications and editions. Their website is
The L-13 Light Industrial Workshop and Private Ladies and Gentlemen’s Club for Art, Leisure and the Disruptive Betterment of Culture is an independent contemporary art space in Clerkenwell, London.
Landfill Editions is an independent publisher based in London releasing Artists Books, Comics, Zines, Prints, Short fiction and Science-Fact since winter 2009
Established in London in 1991, Laurence King Publishing is now recognised as one of the world’s leading publishers of inventive, authoritative books on the creative arts.
LemonMelon, an independent non-profit publishing project, forms a language of publishing read in its own fundamental ambivalences. Hence every publication intends to go beyond its own intentional structure.
Established in 1999, the Live Art Development Agency has developed an extensive portfolio of specialized resources, opportunities, projects and publishing activities to do with live art.
Marcus Campbell Art Books specialise in out of print, second-hand and rare books on 20th century and contemporary art, photography, architecture and design.
Based in London, artist Mark Pawson is a one-man production line creating and selling a constant stream of artists books, postcards, badges, multiples, T-shirts and other essential ephemera.
Max Malandrino publishes art books featuring his own lens based artwork as well as images from his extensive archive of unique, rare and signed art books.
Mcollective are a group of Artists and educators originally concerned with the production, publication and promotion of contemporary book arts.
Miriam Elia is a visual artist and Sony nominated surreal comedy writer. Her diverse work includes illustrated books including the controversial ‘We go to the gallery’.
No Coast is a producer of artists books, prints, and multiples and the distributor of Monsters and Dust, a print journal of art and inquiry.
Nobody Books was founded by Stephen Gill, a British experimental, conceptual and documentary photographer known for his photographs of East London.
Nobrow is the joint creative endeavour of Sam Arthur and Alex Spiro, making great design, ground-breaking art and narrative, and environmental consciousness central to its mission.
Nous Vous consists of Jay Cover, William Edmonds and Nicolas Burrows. They collaborate on a broad range of projects including illustration & graphic design commissions, exhibitions, curatorial work, publishing and teaching.
Oberon Books is an independent publisher specialising in theatre, drama and the performing arts with a backlist of over 1000 books.
Onomatopee is a publishing presentation space based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, with a focus on visual culture.
Otto has been creating and publishing screen-printed books since graduating from an MA in Illustration at Kingston University, 1996. He now screen-prints books at his workshop near Bath.
Paper Tigers Books is an independent publisher of limited edition artists’ books and multiples founded by photographer Laura Braun in London in 2011.
red sphix was founded by English artist Malcolm Green and is based in Berlin. Malcolm Green has worked on book projects for various museums and galleries.
Francis Van Maele from Belgium runs Redfoxpress in the West of Ireland since 2002. He prints and publishes limited hand print editions in collaboration works with artists and authors.
Relief Press is an independent publishing house, centered on a periodical journal, tightly curated around subversive political themes.
Ridinghouse is an imprint committed to publishing primary documents, art historical research, first monographs, anthologies of interviews and critical writings.
Second Century Press continues to foster interest and support student learning around the artists’ book through courses and projects across all stages.
The Sharjah Art Foundation brings a broad range of contemporary art and cultural programmes to the communities of Sharjah, the UAE and the region.
Sharon Kivland is an artist and writer based in Brittany and London. She is Reader in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University and has exhibited internationally since 1979.
SORIKA is an independent publisher of books and editions based in London and established by Gareth McConnell in 2013.
The South London Gallery’s shop contains a curated selection of books, magazines, catalogues, music, postcards, artists’ editions, artist monographs, children’s books and gifts.
Spazio Libro d’Artista is a collection which has accumulated around 700 artists’ books, rare signed editons, graphic editions and orginal works.
Studio C&C is a South London Art and Design practice. It is a platform for commercial design practice and small scale publishing, creating fun design solutions and responses.
Tara Books is an independent publisher of picture books for adults and children based in Chennai, South India. Their list straddles diverse genres, offering our readers unusual and rare voices in art and literature.
Thames & Hudson publishes and distributes high quality illustrated books, specialising in art and art history, photography, design, travel, history, archaeology, architecture, fashion and contemporary media.
The MIT Press publishes books in contemporary art, architecture, photography, new media and cultural studies.
Transition Editions are the artist-led publishing imprint of Transition Gallery in London, an artist run gallery and publishing house.
Founded in 2001 by Gigi Giannuzzi, Trolley Books is an independent UK publisher, known for predominantly photography, reportage and contemporary art titles.
Deirdre Thompson hand binds photography and illustration books including four editions recently acquired by Tate Britain archival library.
The University of Chicago Press is the largest American university press. The Press publishes approximately 280 books a year and has published over 11,000 books since its founding.
Valiz is a young company that was established to respond to developments in contemporary art, photography, architecture and design in a broad-based and imaginative way.
Welling School is an 11-18, mixed Academy with a Visual Arts Specialism. They have a proud history of groundbreaking practice within the Visual Arts and we aim to share their pride in their school.
The White Review is a quarterly print journal publishing fiction, essays and poetry in English and in translation, interviews with writers and artists, and series of artworks.
Whitechapel Gallery publishes a diverse range of contemporary art catalogues, archival reprints and artist’s books, as well as the successful Documents of Contemporary Art series of anthologies co-published with The MIT Press. All profits go towards supporting the gallery’s future programme.
Art and Theory books cover a variety of subjects in the field of contemporary art, Photography and theory, ranging from survey presentations, to theoretical treatise on aesthetics and monographs.
Publishing as part-time practice, PA(P)P is a growing network of small-scale Swedish publishers within the cultural and visual arts sector.
Moon Space Books is an artist run publishing house, focused on releasing art and photo publications in limited editions and is run by Stockholm based artist Björn Engberg.
Nilleditions is a book publishing project based in Sweden and concerned with the transition from analogue technology to digital and the book’s significance as artefact.
ROV is a publication series featuring works and essays from Norwegian and international visual artists, writers and authors.
Independent Norwegian publisher Sveinn Fannar Johanssen is Multination Enterprises who publish and collect Artists’ Books.
Multipress is a non-profit publisher for artist books and publications with emphasis on photography.
Spriten Forlag is a relatively new publishing house connected to Spriten Kunsthall in Skien, Norway, with the aim of giving artists a means to explore printed media as a mode of artistic expression.
Born 1960 in Norway, artist Kurt Johannessen works within performance, artist’s books, video and installations since the early eighties. His work is minimalist and poetic.
Since 2008 Teknisk Industri AS has published some 10 books, and has gained a reputation for publishing photo books of high quality in reproduction and design.
Torpedo is a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion and production of artists’ books, art theory and critical readers in contemporary art.
Hurricane is dedicated to promotion and publishing of extraordinary, odd and exclusive books on art, poetry, design and children literature.