Due to events beyond our control, in the context of COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be able to carry out our ArtsLibris Barcelona 2020 edition, which had been scheduled from July 23 to July 26, in a face to face format in El Born CCM.
However, this edition, which from the start had been presented as a hybrid format, will be carried out virtually.
We opened our online platform and we believe that it is an excellent time to celebrate from this new virtual space our Barcelona edition. From July 23 to 26 it will be possible to enjoy, in an online format, multiple activities presented in our ArtsLibris Barcelona 2020 schedule.
Thursday 23rd July
Presentation of Woman and Fiction, fifth edition of the AL Series published by ArtsLibris and Bank Sabadell Foundation.
Itziar Okariz and Moritz Küng.
Friday 24th July
Presentation of Concreta 15, co-editada by Editorial Concreta and Caja Negra.
Laura Vallés Vílchez
Surroundings free from adulthood.
La ficció és una realitat per succeir (Fiction is a reality about to happen) and Iberia.
Ana Garcia-Pineda, Bòlit, Centre d’Art Contemporani. Girona / Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona and Aleix Plademunt (Ca l’Isidret)
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Código de acceso: 926788
Saturday 25th July
Presentation of the artist’s book Jo em dic.
Roger Guaus (Ca l’Isidret)
Presentation of the ArtsLibris 2020 Seminar El desacato de las formas (The defiance of the forms).
Andrea Soto Calderón
Dialogue between María Virginia Jaua and Andrea Soto Calderón about the book Las 3_eras
edited by Metales Pesados
Sunday 26th July
Presentation of the ArtsLibris publication Books never lockdowns.
Àlex Gifreu and Cecilia Marín
Trilogía de arquitecturas poco comunes (Trilogy of unusual architectures).
Arnau Rovira Vidal and Raimon Guirado
Xenomórfica Magazine (Xenomorphic Magazine).
Federico Fernández Giordano, Toni Navarro, Colectivo Juan de Madre, Francisco Jota-Pérez and Ramiro Sanchís.
Activities suspended due to the health situation of covid-19
Máquinas de vivir (Life machines). Flamenco and architecture and the occupation and di-occupation of spaces.
Moisés Puente, editor of the i Valentín Roma publication, director of La Virreina Centre de la Itmage and co-curator of the exhibition “Màquines de viure” (“Life Machines”).
This analysis by G. Romero and María García Ruiz presents a prolific field of intersections within modern radical vanguard, before and after the Situationist International and the projects of social architecture focused on gypsy ways of living, southern migrants, and urban lumpen, precisely the places where Flemish heterodoxy is born.
La xarxa al bosc. Joan Brossa i la poesia experimental 1946-1980
Eduard Escoffet, in charge of the edition, and Todojunto (Tiago Pina and Ricardo Duque), book designers
Published by Barcelona City Council and the Joan Brossa Foundation, the book reviews the different tendencies of experimental poetry in Europe and America between the years 1946 and 1980, time in which Joan Brossa developed his poetic language.
Vint-i-cinc anys de La Capella (Twenty-five years of La Capella)
Anna Pahissa, editor os the publication, and David Armengol, co-curator of the exhibition “Les Escenes. 25 años después” (“Les Escenes. Twenty-five years after”.)
A review of the last twenty-five years of this space for the emerging art in Barcelona. It is a book that collects what has been contributed by La Capella to the emerging and contemporary art of Barcelona over the last several years. This book also presents an extensive review of what has been of the exhibition “Les Escenes. Twenty-five years after” which, since the 27th of January 2019, has been crucial for the emerging area of contemporary visual arts in Barcelona.
Las Ediciones de artista en el Archivo Lafuente (Artist’s editions in Lafuente Archive)
America Sanchez, Juan Antonio González Fuentes, and David Castillo
Poesia Contracultura Barcelona (Counterculture Poetry Barcelona)
David Castillo: Exhibition and recital by 18 poets, plus a bonus track of groundbreaking poets from the seventies, who have prematurely disappeared and who are included in the anthology of David Castillo and Marc Valls.
Presentation “Woman and Fiction”, the fifth edition of Sèrie AL.
Itziar Okariz and Moritz Küng
The performance artist and activist Itziar Okariz is one of the artists who, among artists like Lara Almarcegui or Dora García, has represented her country with individual exhibitions in Venice Biennale’s Spanish Pavilion, in 2011, 2013, and 2019. Through a conversation with Moritz Küng, curator and editor, Itziar Okariz will explain the idea behind her new artist’s book “Woman and Fiction”, inspired by the infamous novel “A Room of One’s Own”, by Virginia Woolf –a seminal feminist statement per se.
La Escocesa Editions
Enric Puig Punyet, director of “La Escocesa”
The creative factory “La Escocesa” has opened his editorial line. Both artists’ books and books which emerge from a line of investigation or research and artistic experimentation grants given by the center are published. This strategy aims to offer the artists a non-ephemeral media outlet, which can be used both as a pure communicative expression and as a generation of a work of art, focusing on a revival of the object-book as a channel in which a relaxed and profound dialogue between the artistic or conceptual expression and the reader can be established.
W, un relato indomable (W, an untamed narrative)
Gabriel Ventura and Enric Farrés Duran
Anna Pahissa used these words to describe the work of the poet Gabriel Ventura, W (20017), a book that -in the words of the legendary bookseller- avoids and plays with all genres “novel and poetry, book and artifact, W does not fit, and that is why it fights back.” Reissued and expanded with new material in 2019, from Poncianes Editions, we want to celebrate the three years and the second edition of W with a happening talk about some concepts which inspired W, such as appropriation, error, text sampler, digression and drifting through files. The images and design of the book are from the artist Rosa Tharrats.
La ficción es una realidad por suceder y Iberia (Fiction is a reality about to happen and Iberia)
Ana Garcia-Pineda, Bòlit, Centre d’Art Contemporani. Girona / Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona and Aleix Plademunt, Ca l’Isidret Publishing House
Presentation of two publications linked to the exhibition “El mundo será Tlön” (“The world will be Tlön”), curated byJordi Antas de Bòlit, Centre d’Art Contemporani. Girona, in charge of the two artists and the curator. It offers a small fantasy story that critically presents some skeptical aspects of mysticism, ritual, the longing and sense of life from an active, interactive, and narrative point of view.
Microedición como lugar de experimentación (Microediting as a place for experimentation)
Susana Lourenço Marques and Andrea Soto Calderón
This is a space for sharing practices to think about different ways with which thought operates and about the importance of thinking among images, from the archeology of the media, a critique played out with small expressions of subversion of the order presented as unique. It is about attention to the micrological, and to the diversions which allow one to imagine non-existent ways of living.
Arte, tecnologia, feminismos y cultura libre (Art, Technology and Free Culture)
Jara Rocha and Andrea Soto Calderón
This dialogue is based on Iterations, an edition co-authored by Jara Rocha, and aims to reflect, from different experiences, on the socio-technical devices and their implications in the elaboration of reading and writing situations, material circulation of languages, and conditions of possibility of objects and proprietary editorial processes. From a transfeminist and anti-colonial perspective, we ask ourselves: what attitudes do certain infrastructures incorporate and how is the distribution of the agencies on a plane of symmetry from FLOSS (Free/Libre Open Source Software)?
Presentación del libro de artista ‘Jo em dic’ (Presentation of the artist’s book “Jo em dic”)
Roger Guaus and Aleix Plademunt
Presentation of the artist’s book “Jo em dic” by Roger Guaus (Barcelona, 1972), published by Ca l’Isidret this year (2020). During the presentation, the author will read some fragments of the book and reflect on some of the concepts arising from them and will relate the concepts with the rest of his work.
Las cosas del querer (The things of love)
Isabel Coixet and Najat El Hachmi
A conversation between Isabel Coixet and Najat El Hachmi about love, heartbreaks, books, authors, obsessions, micro-aggressions, traveling, sunsets, and… the impossible quest of the perfect croissant.
Gestos, fantasmas y cuadernos de notas (Gestures, ghosts and notebooks)
Based on one of the titles of Caja Negra catalog, we present conversations and impossible meetings between some of our authors, tracking the concepts of performance and memory, and other chronopolitic materialities.
Laura Vallés, editor of Concreta magazine, and Marta Echaves, from Caja Negra
On the occasion of his collaboration in Concreta 15, an issue that is presented in ArtsLibris and that arises from the question: can one wish for the end of a world? This volume explores those scenarios imagined by dystopian narratives or scientific projections that are beginning to creep into our social, economic, and political realities, the exhaustion of which announces a new horizon and confronts a new order.
Imagen y geopolítica (Image and geopolitics)
Marta Dahó y Andrea Soto Calderón
In the current times where an era of representation and the efficiency of the image is intensified, what are the challenges of the geopolitics of the images in the current economy? What place do they occupy? What roles do they assume in the processes of cultural decolonization? What are the implications of the dematerialization and increase of images, as well as the potential increase in their speed of circulation on a planetary scale? This dialogue is an invitation to think about these issues through an analysis of some cases of photographic practice.
Screening of The 3_eras, a film essay based on the book 3_ERAS.
María Virginia Jaua, Carolina Olivares, and Andrea Soto Calderón
This work aims to transfer the theoretical work of Spanish philosophers to the language of image-movement. It is therefore an unusual and unpublished work in its broadest sense. It is presented not only as a video piece that presents writing in a dialogue with art and cinema but also as a “film essay”, which serves artistic research and the archive, and with which the final aim is to complete and extend theoretical reflection through the very images that are the subject and object of the same “work”. The film by María Virginia Jaua and José Luis Brea includes visual and sound images, the participation of the author, and some philosopher such as Jean-Luc Nancy and Jacques Rancière.
Presentation of the book The 3_eras (Metales Pesados, 2019), in a bilingual edition, is the only unpublished text -until now- of José Luis Brea. It is a script and it results from the film version. We can say that this text as a script arises from the desire to take it to other formats.
Editar en tiempos de emergencia: las Bestias Confinadas (Editing in times of emergency: Confined Beasts)
Jordi Carulla-Ruiz, editor, Míriam Cano, Enric Casasses, Maria Cabrera
Confined Beasts is an unusual project for unusual times. It recaptures the spirit of the Beasts -a series of posters of universal authors who we have been publishing for a long time- and expands them transforming them in an online newsletter, with new materials about the authors and unpublished pieces of the translators, who are always current Catalan poets. It is a good example of how to rethink an editorial collection during a situation of crisis and to discuss more deeply about strategies, feelings, and answers.
Entrega del Premio Eloi Gimeno al mejor Fotolibro (Presentation of the Prize Eloi Gimeno to the Best Photobook)
Horacio Fernández, Irene de Mendoza, Julián Barón, Pepe Font de Mora, and Rocío Santa Cruz
This year and for the first time, ArtsLibris, along with the Foto Colectania Foundation and in collaboration with the Association of Friends of Eloi Gimeno, will grant the Eloi Gimeno Prize to the Best Photobook. This artist’s career reinvigorated Spanish photography, assuming aesthetic risks, self-publishing, working gracefully with the design of his books, and launching collective creation processes. This prize, which will be granted to one of the books presented by the ArtsLibris Barcelona 2020 exhibitors, aims to support photobooks that honor the creative and collaborative spirit of Eloi Gimeno.
Trilogía de arquitecturas poco comunes (Trilogy of unusual architectures)
Arnau Rovira Vidal, author, and Raimon Guirado, designer
In “Trilogy of unusual architectures” we can observe the unfolding of three architectural giants of the neo-liberal society: three different models show us the struggle of three systems that impose above the bodies that will inhabit them.
Josep Maria de Llobet, author
In a context of global economic crisis, caused largely by the banks, these financial institutions began a process of mass shutdown of offices characteristic by the white windows that were painted before the ultimate abandonment. This way, the windows became opaque, a metaphor for the modus operandi of these institutions. The color white, traditionally associated in our western culture with values such as purity and beauty, assumes a negative value in this case. BLANK is the result of 6 years of work and is based on photographs taken by Josep Maria de Llobet in the period 2013-2014 in the city of Barcelona.
Radio Pixel #1 – Del texto a la imagen (Radio Pixel #1 – From the text to the image)
This talk is about an ArtsLibris installation based on three stories written and broadcasted on the German radio by the philosopher Walter Benjamin between the years 1927 and 1930. From the written text, new narrative means are explored: the auditory account of a story through a text-to-voice system and the visual account through a text-to-image system, both based in deep learning.
Presentación del libro “Androids in the Woods” (Presentation of the book “Androids in the Woods”)
Toni Amengual and Núria Gómez
“Androids in the Woods” is a photo essay that arises as a result of spending the month of December of 2017 in Haukijärvi (Finland) in a residence retreated from the urban centers, exploring the dating app TINDER as a form of communication.
Federico Fernández Giordano, editor of Holobionte, Toni Navarro, translator, Juan de Madre Collective, author, and Francisco Jota-Pérez, author
Since 2018, Holobionte publishing house has been focusing on those ways of thinking that allow us to open up to new post-anthropocentric relationship dynamics, approaches to philosophy, cultural theory, science, art forms and popular culture that help us think about the world from a perspective that is not only “human”. The first issue of Xenomórfica Magazine is dedicated to xenopolitics -the politics of the “outside”, of “the other”, of “the different” and “the strange”…- in a bold format that is proposed as an alien unit of thought and vanguard and that brings us contents of international theory and fiction.
Círculo Sagrado (Sacred Circle)
Sixe Paredes and Gonzalo de Benito
The Barcelona born artist Sixe Paredes will talk about “Círculo Sagrado” (“Sacred Circle”), his first exhibition in RocioSantaCruz gallery, and his artistic comeback in the Condal city since the year 2011. On the occasion of this exhibition, which will be extended until September 9, the gallery presents the publication “Círculo Sagrado”, with a design of PHSTUDIO, which includes a catalog of the exhibited works, several curatorial texts, travel photos and digital designs by the artist.
Alrededores exentos de adultocentrismo (Surroundings free of adultcentrism)
Artist’s book edited by Casal Solleric in MENCIÓN imprint, which belongs to the project with the same name. Designed by Àlex Gifreu. The characters in the book inhabit common distances and scenes of productive pause, typical of young people and children. The book presumes the existence of places free of adulcentrism, where intergenerational justice can be experienced.
the defiance of the forms
ArtsLibris Seminar is a meeting space destined to discuss contemporary publishing and artists’ publications, understood in a broad sense and not just in editorial terms. In this light, it is a space for reflecting and sharing practices concerning the place occupied by artists’ publications in the configuration of sensitivity within the artistic production, the context in which they are inscribed, and also a space for thinking about their future directions.
Taking into consideration the profound transformations that have occurred in artistic attitudes during the last fifty years, it is necessary to ask ourselves: what could be an artist’s publication today?
If the cultural industry moves forward standardizing art forms, the issue we aim to address is how to work, from an artistic point of view, with dissenting art forms that defy hegemonic mandates of normativity. This practice would not be so much a denunciation as a way of imagining spaces, uplifting art forms and different ways of presentation which introduce a variation, however small it may be.
Between the crossover of different artistic practices, their formation processes, their economy of disposition, and the ways they materially organize the art forms, artists’ publications demand to be thought of within a broader multiplicity. Some forms such as videos, leaflets, plaquettes, and banners are also current forms of presentation of works of art. Artists are increasingly using publishing as an artistic practice. So, how to start other grammars for the ways artists make their publications? What tools remain valid today? What is the nature of the main transformations which are being produced in the context of publishing?
SERIES OF LECTURES
July 24 10:00-11:00
Presentation chaired by Andrea Soto Calderón
Dialogue between María Virginia Jaua and Oriol Vilapuig
July 24 11:15-12:15
Presentation chaired by Andrea Soto Calderón
Dialogue between Cristina Lucas and Itziar Okariz
July 24 12:30-13:30
Dialogue between Emmanuel Alloa and Andrea Soto Calderón
“In the forms, there is a great transformative potentiality”
“Traditionally, there has been a distrust of the real ability of the art to open other possibilities”
Andrea Soto Calderón, philosopher and professor of Art Aesthetics and Theory, conducts the seminar “The defiance of the forms”, a space of reflection around artists’ publications, where she sees a prolific territory to explore dissenting art forms that defy the standardizing processes and that allow us to think other possibilities.
Why the defiance of the forms?
When I was invited to conduct the seminar I thought that my contribution had to do with a line that was very interesting for me, which is the re-establishment of that quality of thought and knowledge that art has. Traditionally, art has always been seen as a form of experience, of sensitivity, but it is not validated as a form of knowledge, and people also do not trust –even when we talk about critical art- in its real ability to open new possibilities or to criticize not only in the sense of a denunciation but in the creative sense of imagining other spaces and ways of representation. Late capitalism acts standardizing the forms, intensifying mimesis, from the way we dress to the way we gesticulate. I think there is a battlefield, a very wide field where there is another way of understanding the configuration of reality, such as Gérard Granel developed in his analysis of what the forms mean in capitalism. It is much like thinking that false debate of the left about material culture, as if in the forms nothing is at stake, as if they are mere decoration.
The forms are not innocent.
I start from the idea that the forms are always material and that there is a work in the form that undoubtedly can open another mode of experience, but above all, it can uplift the ability to imagine a reality that does not have that ability to be imagined. Fredric Jameson said that it is easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism, a phrase that has been interpreted in many ways and then popularized by Žižek or Fisher, but which opens the question about which can be the place of the artistic practices to open new territories of the imagination in a time presented as having no future. That is why, in my opinion, the question in artist’s publications is how the things appear, how can new relationships be forged, the mechanisms that are there, the methodologies, the operations, the devices to adjust certain things in a certain order or the idea that that reality is presented to us as the only thing we have to live. And there I see that the field of art, particularly that device of how the works are presented, of how the processes are shown, has a very broad territory. Not only to work in the utopian, in that future, but, as Rita Segato says, in that which is more topical than utopian, that is, the territories which configure and enable.
Are artists more and more involved in these types of practices?
Yes, but I think in publications from Picasso in which he already played with the forms, he saw that there was a great transformative potential right there. The big question over the last recent years in philosophy is how an event is unlocked, how something new appears. Most philosophers say that it has to do with something messianic, as a very radical opening. However, I tend to ascribe to those that, such as Rancière, think that the event does not happen as bewilderment but in small deflections. I am very much interested in these small gestures, that micrological work that sometimes opens possibilities and indeterminacies.
What characterizes artist’s books today?
I think that art has ceased to be understood as a form of expression to be seen as an exploration and research field, and simultaneously there has been a transformation about the way artists’ publications are understood. And they are not the recording of what happened, of what was, that “has been” Barthes talked about, but another piece that is functioning and that is generating its dynamic of thought. There is a kind of work about the margins or the artists’ sensitive notes. It is interesting the twist that ArtsLibris is giving to understand that artists’ publications are not just the books, but also web pages, brochures, videos, small posters, those forms that are more “illegitimate” that are being cast out from the great tales of art history.
One of the sessions is a dialogue between Cristina Lucas and Itziar Okariz, two artists who work with the body.
There is something that I particularly like about both of them, although with very different styles, and it is that their work insists so much about the issue of inappropriate bodies. To me, the issue about the image and the tactile are tied very closely always, and I am interested in the issue about how bodies can be objected, how bodies always go beyond, as much as people try to normalize them, because they always find ways of going beyond imposed politics. Right now with the pandemic, no one knows either what the virus is or how it behaves, but it seems clear that the bodies need to be confined. And there is a second issue I consider that it is present too in the work of both artists, and it is the stealthy concern of how to jump from the individual actions to the collective ones. I think that in this pandemic there is a teaching about that: the virus is transmitted from mouth to mouth but it produces global effects. Many times people have underestimated the micrological aspect to set the belief that all order and domination come from above, and that shows a disregard of the power of the one by one contact, the body-to-body.
The AL Series is a collection of artist’s books produced and published by ArtsLibris with the support of the Bank Sabadell Foundation.
ArtsLibris launched it with the aim of promoting the publication of new work by artists who have shown, in their previous production, a clear interest in the field of artist’s books.
This year the artist chosen to do the publication of the AL series is Itziar Okariz (San Sebastian, 1965) with her book Woman and Fiction, edited by Moritz Küng and designed by Àlex Gifreu. Until now, the awarded artists have been Iñaki Bonillas (Mexico City, 1981), Martín Vitaliti (Buenos Aires, 1978), Javier Peñafiel (Zaragoza, 1964), Wilfredo Prieto (Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, 1978), Mariana Castillo Deball (Mexico City, 1975).
Itziar Okariz is known for examining, questioning and challenging the boundaries between what is private and what is public, on what she has researched over the past two decades in sculptures, videos, performances and vocal pieces. In her artist’s book ‘Woman and Fiction’, she refers to two lectures by Virginia Woolf that later converged in the famous ‘novel’ A Room of One’s Own, first published by the author’s publisher (London: The Hogarth Press, 1929). Widely regarded as a fundamental feminist text, the essay, somewhere between fiction and non-fiction, takes place at Oxbridge University, in which a female narrator examines whether women are capable of creation and whether they do indeed have the freedom to create works of the quality of William Shakespeare.
ArtsLibris expands its collection of cotton bags and gloves with the creations of the renowned Esther Ferrer. This artist makes performative actions since the mid-sixties, both individually and collectively. In addition to having represented Spain in Venice Biennale in 1999, Ferrer also has a great number of awards and distinctions, among the most outstanding we can mention: the National Visual Arts Prize of Catalonia in 2008, the Gure Artea Award by the Basque Government in 2012, the MAV Award (Women in the Visual Arts) in 2014, the Velázquez Plastic Arts Prize and the Marie-Claire Prize for Contemporary Art.
Àlex Gifreu and Cecilia Marín
Books Never Lockdown
The ability a book has to spread and disseminate ideas in a rhizomatic way among the bodies makes it an expanded body impossible to shut down, impossible to track down. The power a book has can be found in this viral condition which allows it to host a myriad of carriers through different generations and places. Books are materialized ideas and, as Úrsula K. Le Guin says: “An idea, by its very nature, needs to be communicated: written, explained, realized. Like the grass, an idea searches light, loves the crowds, is enhanced by crossings and grows vigorously when someone walks through it.”
This poster is the second one of the series “Books Never …”, by Àlex Gifreu and Cecilia Marín, which will evolve and mutate over the years -Books Never Lie, Books Never Breathe, Books Never Kill, and so on- to end up as a manifest.
ArtsLibris grants each year the ArtsLibris-Fundació Banc Sabadell Award. This Award consists of the acquisition and incorporation into the Sabadell Bank Arts Collection of the editions selected by the jury. ArtsLibris is a fair with more than 11 years of experience in artist’s books and publications. This award aims to foster publications which present an original connection between ideas and visual contents, which work with innovative edition formats, and which bring forward refreshing aesthetic contents and concepts. The track record of the authors in the field of edition or self-edition, as well as the cohesiveness and consistency of the artistic language which articulates the publication will be positively recognized.
Premi Eloi Gimeno al millor Fotollibre (Eloi Gimeno Prize to the Best Photobook)
This year and for the first time, ArtsLibris, along with the Foto Colectania Foundation and in collaboration with the Association of Friends of Eloi Gimeno, will grant the Eloi Gimeno Prize to the Best Photobook.
This artist’s career reinvigorated Spanish photography, assuming aesthetic risks, self-publishing, working gracefully with the design of his books, and launching collective creation processes. This prize, which will be granted to one of the books presented by the ArtsLibris Barcelona 2020 exhibitors, aims to support photobooks that honor the creative and collaborative spirit of Eloi Gimeno. Works fostered by small editorials, self-published, or collectives that bring to the table innovative and bold ideas as evidence of creative freedom will be especially valued. Also, the design work, the discourse, and the synergy between the photographer and the rest of the crew will be positively judged.
+KGP, New York
Al-Tiba9, Barcelona – Algeria
Alias Editorial, Ciudad de México
Arquitectura y Fantasía, Buenos Aires
Arte Omega, Barcelona
Arts Santa Mónica, Barcelona
Blue Project Foundation, Barcelona
Bòlit. Centre d’Art Contemporani, Girona
Bonito Editorial, Bilbao
Book à porter, Pavia
Ca l’Isidret, Barcelona
Caja Negra, Buenos Aires
Cànem Galería, Castellón
Centre d’Art de Tarragona, Tarragona
Centre d’Art La Panera, Lleida
Centre d’Art Tecla Sala, Hospitalet de Llobregat
Chema Peral, Vilanova i la Geltrú
Clara Sáez, Barcelona
DEEP EDITIONS, Barcelona
Ediciones La Bahía, Santander
Ediciones Posibles, Barcelona
Edicions Poncianes, Barcelona
Editorial Concreta, Valencia
Editorial Flamboyant, Barcelona
Editorial RM, Barcelona
Editorial Tenov, Barcelona
El Naufraguito, Barcelona
Els diccionaris, Barcelona
Eulàlia Espasa, Barcelona
Fabra i Coats: Centre d’Art Contemporani, Barcelona
Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona
Fundació Joan Brossa, Barcelona
Fundació “La Caixa”, Barcelona
Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona
Fundació Vila Casas, Barcelon
Fundación Foto Colectania, Barcelona
Holobionte Ediciones, Barcelona
José Antonio Soria, Terrassa
Juan Naranjo, Barcelona
La Capella, Barcelona
La Frivé, Barcelona
La Virreina Centre de la Imatge, Barcelona
Lídia Moreno Herraiz, Terrassa
Llibreria Ona, Barcelona
Malpaso Ediciones, Barcelona
Metales Pesados, Santiago de Chile
Meteoro Editions, Amsterdam
Mireia Zantop, Barcelona
Moisès Gil, Alicante
Montse Noguera. Edicions Singulars, Barcelona
Museu Picasso, Barcelona
Museu del Disseny de Barcelona, Barcelona
No_Libros, Barcelona – São Paulo
NOOM Books, Barcelona
Perdita METABUK. Sandra March, Barcelona
Poesía de Emergencia, Barcelona
Progetto SKIA, Aosta – Italia
Puente Editores, Barcelona
Punt d’estampa by Francesca Poza, Barcelona
Raíña Lupa, Barcelona
Roberto Equisoain, Zaragoza
Roser Sales Noguera, Barcelona
Rubén Barroso, Sevilla
Temblores Publicaciones, Cuidad de México
Teor/ética, San José – Costa Rica
Teresa Gómez Martorell, Barcelona
Tinta Invisible, Barcelona
Tristán Barbarà, Barcelona
Unica Edicions, Vilanova i la Geltrú
United Minds, Valencia