A list of resources for artists who are creating
artists’ books, including publishers, retail
outlets and organizations that provide support
services for artists’ books.
ORGANIZATIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
| Art Metropole
A nonprofit organization that publishes and sells artists
books. Based in Toronto.
Sells artists books and small press publications.
Based in London.
| Center for Book & Paper Arts
Sponsors exhibitions and workshops. Offers a master’s program
in book and paper arts.
| Center for Book Arts
Nonprofit educational and exhibition facility.
Offers classes and production facilities for artists’ books.
Devoted to all aspects of the medium of artist’s books.
Sales and exhibition space.
| Dieu Donne Papermill
A nonprofit hand papermaking studio. Sponsors exhibitions,
workshops, residencies and other programs.
| Florence Loewy Artists Books
Exhibits and sells artists books in Paris.
Franklin Furnace Archives, Inc.
| Hand Papermaking, Inc.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing traditional and
contemporary ideas in the art of hand papermaking. Sponsors a
registry and publications. Publishes Hand Papermaking and
Hand Papermaking Newsletter.Little Berlin Zine Archive
A collection of artists books, photography, comics, self-published
literature, poetry, and printed ephemera. Second copies of each
book are donated to the Special Collections Research Center at
Temple University Libraries.Minnesota Center for Book Arts
www.mnbookarts.orgOffers studio space, workshops and classes in papermaking,
bookbinding, and letterpress. Sponsors fellowships and
Nonprofit distributor and retailer of artists’ books. Also
Vamp and Tramp, Booksellers, LLC
Sells artists’ books.
Visual Studies Workshop
Publishes and sells artists’ books, and offers residencies and
internships related to book arts.
PERIODICALS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Repository of information on the art and craft of hand papermaking.
|Hand Papermaking Newsletter
Includes information and listings for national and international
exhibitions, lectures, workshops and other events.
|Journal of Artists’ Books
Published by Columbia College, Chicago Center for Book, Paper and Print.
Contains essays, reviews, and projects focused on the book as
an intermedia form of art. Published two times a year.