by Sergej Vutuc

Sergej Vutuc
Offprint London / Tate Modern
Turbine Hall
22nd–25th May 2015
Opening Hours:
Friday 6 pm –10 pm (Opening night)
Saturday 12 pm – 8 pm
Sunday 12 pm – 6 pm
Monday 12 pm – 6 pm

Offprint will open to the public on Friday 22nd May at 6pm–10pm
The SBPH project space will present a live performance by Daisuke Yokota and Hiroshi
Takizawah. Music will be by Grimm Grimm (ATP Recordings).
On Sunday 24th May the experimental radio project Sonica FM will also be presenting
a special broadcast in association with the event.
Offprint is open to the general public and admission is free.

Offprint Projects is a travelling art publishing fair featuring discerning projects across a
wide range of media. Running in Paris for five years the fair is coming to London for the
first time and will be presented in the iconic Turbine Hall at Tate Modern.
The 2015 London fair will present books, zines, vinyl, posters, prints, websites,
magazines, and blogs from over 140 participants in the fields of contemporary art, graphic
design, literature, poetry, philosophy and experimental music.
In collaboration with Tate Modern and curator Simon Baker, Offprint London dedicates
a special space for photobooks, inviting independent photobook publishers from all over
the world.
Acknowledging a dissolving effect of traditional sites and media (museums / books /
schools) and their respective activities (curating / publishing / teaching), Offprint showcases
an alliance between printed strategies and digital cultures within the art world, presenting
concrete examples of the contemporary dissemination of artistic practices.
Offprint London is programmed by Yannick Bouillis, Colette Olof in association with
Simon Baker. The festival partners with Tate Modern and independent organisation Self
Publish, Be Happy.
For a full list of participants please see our website:

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