View Mathew Stones "Optimism as Cultural Rebellion" full exhibition catalog online
This exhibition catalogue was published to mark the occasion of Matthew Stone's first comprehensive solo show in America "Optimism as Cultural Rebellion" at the Hole Gallery NYC. Published by Anteism and The Hole.
Dean Garlick - Video reading of his book - The Fish
Author Dean Garlick has begun a video reading series from his debut book "The Fish". The book will be read (in it's entirety) in sections by the author and posted to youtube. Listen to further readings here . The Fish is available for purchase through the Anteism Shop.
MAY 29-30, 10am-5pm
at the CEDA, 2515 rue Delisle
(a short walk from Lionel-Groulx metro)
FREE. Welcome to all!
The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair ‚Äî and month-long Festival of Anarchy ‚Äî bring together anarchist ideas and practice, through words, images, music, theatre and day-to-day struggles for justice, dignity and collective liberation. The Bookfair is for people who don‚Äôt necessarily consider themselves anarchists, but are curious about anarchism, as well as a space for anarchists to meet, network and share in a spirit of respect and solidarity. All are welcome.
The Bookfair is organized in a spirit of openness towards the different traditions, visions, and practices of anarchism. Together we share a commitment to promoting anarchism through the values of mutual aid, grassroots democracy, direct action, autonomy and solidarity, while opposing oppression in all its forms.
A Project and Exhibition of Character Artwork & Designs.
IMYGRATE's 104 artists provide 391 original artworks currently on display at Olio.
As we polish off the IMYGRATE book, here are some photos and video of the opening night exhibition.
The IMYGRATE exhibition includes original artwork and photographs which document the project. A free e-book will be released in the coming days which highlights the character artwork and designs by 104 international artists.
Artist List: Action Tin Toy, Ala Ramildi, Alberto Cerriteno, Alexei Vella, Alicia Wagner, Andrea Innocent, Andrea Wong, Arjan Westerdiep, Ben Frey, Ben van Netten & kstyles, Bill Dunlap, Bill Thomson, Brad Simon, Brent Bouchard, Brett Farkas, Brian Donnelly, Brian Raszka, Bruna Guerreiro, Caleb Beyers, Cameron Forsley, C Huffman, Charlotte Cynthia Walton, Chico Baldini, Chika Kakazu, Chris Von Szombathy, Christian Gralingen, Christian Walden, Cristina Garcia Martin, Crystal Beard, Daniel Gonzalez, Dante Malo, Darin Bindle, DGPH, Diogo Potes, Duto Hardono, Elisa Sassi, Erik Jonssan, Erik Volet, Es Jottes, Forcefeedswede, Frank Flothmann, Gareth Gaudin, General Magic, George Ferrandi, Handiedan, Husk Mit Navn, J Shea, James Schneider, Jan Kromerak, Jessica May Hobdell, Jessie Holmes, JK Gallag, Joan Stiebel, John Casey, John Lytle Wilson, Jorn Kaspuhl, Josh Taylor, Justin Stone, Ken Gerberick, Kendra Lane Sherick, Lala Ladcani, Lee McLure, Lon Wenger, Luke Ramsey, M Shaffer, Madbox, Marc Johns, Marc Lynch, Maria Esaiasson, Matt Lee, Maxwell Paternoster, Mieke Driessen, Monster Flower, Mr Globp, Nadia Zanellato, Natalia Gianinazzi, Osmoze Graphik, Owen Plummer, P. Williams, Paul Antonson, Phil Corbett, Phoenix Perry, Randy Laybourne, Raymond Weekes, Richard Camara, Robin Van Wijk, Ryan Qunicy, Scott Radke, Scott Radnidge, Sean Brookes, Shea Moir, Slaven Kosanovic, Stephen Tompkins, Tanya Edgar, Tapetentiere (Buro Destruct), The Royal Art Lodge, Tony Ochre, Trust 36, United States of the Art, Warren Craghead, Weird Eye One, William Cowen, Yuka Yamaguchi, Ziqi
A free zine about small and quirky bits of architecture and history in London.
David Lasnier is a french artist living in London, who has produced an artist book and some multiple objects. Lasnier has recently self-published of a one-page zine called *INE. The first issue is entitled AINE; and will work it's way through the alphabet (BINE; CINE;) and so on until ZINE.
*INE is an edition of 100 : 50 spread freely, 50 completed by hand, numbered/signed and sold for ¬£2.
Anteism is giving away 2 free prints with any purchase through our online shop while supplies last. These prints were produced while setting up our new press. They are glitchy and every print is a little different. We call that character.
‚ÄúCharcoal‚Äù was a famous aboriginal outlaw in Fort Macleod, Alberta. This print was created based on a photograph taken just days prior to the execution of Charcoal. The clothes in the portrait were provided by the photographer (Steele). The large hat was used by the condemned man to hide his handcuffs.
To make the book, print the PDF on either side of a single sheet of 8.5 x 11 in. (21.5 x 28 cm) paper.Starting with the side with text facing you (page 1 of the PDF) and the text area in the bottom left, fold in half towards you onceleft to right, then once top to bottom, then once morein half. The cover of the book is the image shgown here.Staple and then cut any attached adges.