The book Becoming Invisible, and related works, are included in:

KALEID 2014 London // Saturday 19th July 2014

Amanda Couch
Anouk De Clercq
Arcadia Missa
Caroline Sebilleau
Christine McCauley
Collective Investigations
Conall McAteer
Daan Paans
David Faithfull
Eimear Jean McCormack
Elizabeth Jackson
Emmanuelle Waeckerle
Evy Jokhova Metcalfe

Gina Paolini 
Hannah Darabi & 
Benoit Grimbert 
Helen Knowles
Henri Christian Verreet
Henriette Grahnert
Ian Whittlesea
India Hobson
Inge Rylant
Jackie Chettur
Jane Grisewood
Joanne Lee
Judy Goldhill

Kasper Andreasen & 
Hanne Lippard
Kitschic Ediciones
Les Éditions de la Houle 
Kathleen Skiverton
Lotte Reimann
Mariya Alipieva
Marja Wilgenkamp
Mo Swillens &
Esther van Waalwijk
Monica Alcazar-Duarte
Nicky Hamlyn
Nicole Polonsky

Nuria Guerra
Paper Tiger Books
Paul Hendrikse 
Paul Paper
Peter Rapp
Remco Roes
Roelof Bakker & J. Wildgoose
Sandra March
Simon Aeppli
Thomas Clark
Tim Smyth
Wuon-Gean Ho

Europe’s most exciting independent artists’ book exhibition returns to London this July. Taking place in the heart of Borough, KALEID 2014 London will reveal this year’s selection of the most interesting 'artists who do books'.

The major event focuses on the form of the book as an interdisciplinary activity, combining visual arts with traditional book arts, contemporary ideas and new technology. Supported by the National Art LibraryMoMA Library, Frans Masereel Centrum and Arts Council England, KALEID 2014 London offers you an invitation to explore this expansive field, encompassing performance, photography, video, printmaking, drawing, painting and sculpture. 

Entrance is Free // between 11am - 8pm

Selected galleries, independent publishers and artists' collectives run an assembly of book stands on the ground floor. The exhibition showcasing the best books is curated on the first floor and KALEID editions' inaugural artist's book commission is located on the top floor. 

Artists' books can by purchased from the exhibition or directly with artists attending the event.  

Access to the exhibition may be limited to ensure careful handling of the book works. Visitors can pre-register a time-slot for viewing between 11am - 2pm. After this time access will be on a first-come basis:

Pre-Register a Time-Slot   

KALEID 2014 London
Saturday 19th July 2014, 11-8pm

The Art Academy
Mermaid Court,
165a Borough High Street.
London SE1 1HR

Map and Transport: London Bridge (Northern, Jubilee and National Rail) and Borough (Northern)

Hosted by The Art Academy in London Bridge, close to the Tate Modern, Jerwood Space, White Cube Bermondsey and The Wapping Project Bankside. KALEID editions represents European based 'artists who do books' at The London Art Book FairArts Libris Barcelona and to international public collections including MoMA, MACBA, Pompidou and Tate libraries.

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MoMA, the V&A Museum and Frans Masereel Centrum are internationally acclaimed collections, enabling public accessibility to our cultural heritage and in turn, supporting artists who do books.

"William Morris, Picasso, Sonia Delaunay, Ed Ruscha, Anselm Kiefer: many of the greatest modern artists and designers have excelled themselves in the book format. The book offers artists sculptural and temporal formats, collaborative stimulus, and the opportunity to reach an audience in a particularly intimate way. KALEID editions make a real contribution to the arts by encouraging today’s artists and designers to ‘do books’, in awareness both of the great tradition and of the now. It carefully fosters appreciation, distribution and conversation among artists, critics and collectors, private and institutional. Far from killing the book, the digital information has made it exciting. People want to mix with books in real space: book fairs spring up almost every week. KALEID 2014 is especially valuable in mixing work from across Europe into the British scene, selected for conceptual strength and excellence of making." Elizabeth James, Senior Librarian, National Arts Library, V&A Museum.

David Senior // Bibliographer, MoMA Library, New York. USA
The library is a comprehensive collection devoted to modern and contemporary art. Highlights include works on Dada and Surrealism, The Museum of Modern Art/Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection, and the Political Art Documentation and Distribution Archive. Visit the collection

Elizabeth James // Senior Librarian, National Art Library, V&A Museum, London. UK
The National Art Library is both a major reference library and the Victoria & Albert Museum's curatorial department for the art, craft and design of the book. The library holds the largest collection of artists' books in the UK and includes both multiples and unique works. Visit the collection

Sofie Dederen // Director, Frans Masereel Centrum, Kasterlee. Belgium
The centre is a research laboratory and print studio for artists and critics who seek to investigate the relationship of printmaking with other visual arts. Besides residencies, exhibitions and an annual art fair, the centre curates the Flemish collection of prints and artists' books. Visit the collection

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