New Independent Art Book Fair Coming to Brooklyn

The Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse

The Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse

Independent Art Book Fair (IABF), a new event bringing together artists, galleries, and independent publishers, will host its first edition in New York next month.

Founded by Karen Schaupeter, who also runs Ed Varie gallery, the inaugural fair is set for the weekend of September 16-18. It will take place at the Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse, and will be free and open to the public. It will be held the same weekend as the annual New York Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 sponsored by Printed Matter, but will be smaller and more intimate than NYABF, which in recent years has drawn increasingly large, festival-like crowds.

Exhibitors for the first edition of the IABF are coming from all over, including Atlanta, Baltimore, Brooklyn, Columbia, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Oakland, Providence, Richmond, Rochester, San Francisco, Saratoga Springs, as well as Amsterdam, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Montreal and Vancouver.

The opening reception of the fair will be held Thursday September 15.

Here’s the full list of participants in the inaugural IABF:

Ain’t Bad
An Assembly
Ayqa Khan
Artist Equity
Yomar Augusto
Austin Power
Bad Books Ltd
Black Ball Projects
Bookish
Carolina Carril
Cool Try
Daniel Temkin
Dear Dave
Deli Gallery
Designer and Books
DR DR DR
Ditto Magazine
Ed. Varie
FallLine/Documentum
Flamingo Publications
FOUNDATIONS
James Hartley
Headmaster
Hello Mr.
Henrique Faria Fine Art
In the In Between
Nicholaus Jamieson
Joyce Lee
Landforms
Le Dépanneur
Low Key
Evan Hunter McKnight
Montez Press
Nadine Zine Collective
Mt. Home Arts
Orange Press
Oxnard Press
Paperwork
Passenger Pigeon Press
Perfectwave.org
Lola Pistola
Polycephalmag
Joseph Reiter
Silas Finch
Silent Sound
Soft City
Small Editions
Switcheroo (Hana Pesut)
Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore College
The Bronx is Burning
There There Now
U of MO
Tiny Atlas Quarterly
Tis Books
Transmitter
Valiz
Women Artists
Meshakai Wolf
Wrong Tree Press
You & Neru
Zach Lewis
Zatara Press
Zean.it

— Taylor Dafoe (@tddafoe)