Thursday, 22 November 2018
Peter Liversidge, Working Title II
5 December 2018 – 17 February 2019
Torsgatan 19 11321 Stockholm Sweden
Wooden domino block sent by Peter Liversidge in London on 3 November, delivered by the post in Eindhoven on 16 November 2018.
Postal object, wood, postage stamps, postal label, acrylic paint, 6,8 x 15,2 x 1,4 cm.
Thursday, 15 November 2018
Peter Liversidge – four postal obects
object, white plastic (from the beach?), UK postage stamps, postal label, acrylic paint, 106 x 53 x 29 mm.
object, blue plastic ring, UK postage stamps, tape, acrylic paint, ø 124 mm (this object was delivered sealed in plastic bag with folded A4 with name and address printed).
tambourine, wood, plastic, metal, UK postage stamps, postal label, acrylic paint, ø 150 mm.
card object, cardboard, UK postage stamps, postal labels, elastic bands, white paint, 98 x 151 mm.
All sent by Peter Liversidge in London on 3 November, delivered in Eindhoven on 8 and 9 November 2018.
Friday, 2 November 2018
Small Publishers Fair 2018
The Small Publishers Fair is an annual fair for artists, poets, writers and book designers, held in Bloomsbury, London on the second week of November, with over 60 participants. Peter Foolen Editions will be present, as are Coracle, Moschatel Press, Weproductions, Boekie Woekie, John Dilnot, Longbarrow Press, New Arcadian Press, Occasional Papers, Uniformbooks and many more publishers. This year there are some very interesting new participants.
The annual exhibition in the vitrines will be Laurie Clark – Books & Printed Matter, showcasing her own drawings which are published by Moschatel Press and also illustrations she has made for Ian Hamilton Finlay, Coracle, Corbel Stone Press, Morning Star, Peter Foolen Editions, WAX 366 and others. The invitation card shows a photograph of her drawing studio during a residency in North Uist, with a vase of harebells, one of her motives.
Peter Foolen Editions will present this year, among other publications and editions, a new book Weston, a necessary dream, published on the occasion of the 90th Birthday of the renowned Yorkshire collector Ronnie Duncan, and recent Proposal Books by Peter Liversidge.
Small Publishers Fair
Red Lion Square
London WC1R 4RL
Weston, a necessary dream
A book published by Polly Feversham and Diane Howse on the occasion of the 90th Birthday of the Yorkshire collector Ronnie Duncan on 30 September 2018.
An extensive overview of Weston, his house and garden in the Yorkshire countryside which he conceived and established, with many photographs by Diane Howse, and contributions by:
Louisa Buck, Thomas A Clark, Simon Cutts, Ian Duhig, Ronnie Duncan, Patrick Eyres, Lynne Green, Rose Hilton, Tim Longville, Will Rea, Mike Wolfe and Greville Worthington.
Hardcover linen bound, with foil block printing
17 x 24 cm, 128 pages
edited by Polly Feversham and Diane Howse
designed by Peter Foolen
printed by Unicum, Tilburg, The Netherlands
edition of 300 copies
price £ 30 / 35 euro
available from email@example.com and at the Small Publishers Fair, 9 & 10 November 2018, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London.