Copeland book market 2013 opens this weekend!
The Copeland Book Market, now in its third year, is a platform for print and publishing based around an annual four-day event. In 2013 it runs from July 18 – 21.
A curated group of publishers and artists, ranging from the established producing high-end monographs to small independent groups making zines and low edition artist books, are brought together on stalls for the weekend. Artist projects, talks, screenings and performances make up a significant and related events programme.
The Copeland Book Market was founded by Guy Robertson and Tom Saunderson in 2011 and takes its name from the yard in which their gallery, Son Gallery, was located in Peckham.
They are joined by an advisory panel of artists, photographers and publishers including Kat Black, Lewis Chaplin (fourteen-nineteen), Oliver Griffin (Umbrella Group), and Adam Murray (Preston is my Paris.)
The Copeland Book Market has a mission to show print and publishing form parts of the globe which are traditionally under-represented in London. As such it hosts an International Table for publishers unable to attend the market and collaborate with organisations with expertise in specific geographic areas.
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