Continuing on the last installment’s theme of folk emerging from the Multiplied Art Fair at Christie’s we’ll turn our sights away from the students and not-for-profits, and towards the ‘may-or-may-not-have-gone-to-school-onces’ and ‘yeah-we’d-really-like-to-turn-a-profits’. This means talking to publishers that have been around a little while, but might still be coming into their own, especially in the London scene. To do that we took a brisk walk out of Room 7 and straight into the gates of Rooms 1 and 5. We had the good fortune to speak with Ulrich Kühle and Sarah Dudley from Keystone Editions in Berlin, and James Pidcock from Grey Area Multiples in Paris. They’ve been kind enough to not only share some of their insights, but also some of their imagery – all images are courtesy of the respective artists, Grey Area, Paris, and Keystone Editions, Berlin.
Laidler, P., & Super, A. (2014). Fairing well redux: Pu(bli)shing for profit