Printed Matter and Miami-based EXILE Books have organized a presentation of artists’ book publishers at the 19th edition of NADA Miami. The Fair took place Wednesday, December 1 through Saturday, December 4 at Ice Palace Studios.
This exciting collaboration hosted 37 artists’ book publishers featuring new books as well as historical and rare materials, accessible and DIY approaches to bookmaking, and many presentations focusing on Latin American artists, publications, and printmakers.
We’re grateful to have had this chance to reconnect and share the important work of new and long-standing artists’ book publishers.
Thanks for joining us in Miami! You can continue to engage with this project by exploring our online program series and special projects.
Wednesday, Dec, 1 – Saturday, Dec 4, 2021
Ice Palace Studios
1400 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33136
VIP Opening Previews (by Invitation):
Wed, Dec 1, 10am–2pm
Open to the Public:
Wed, Dec 1, 2–8pm
Thurs, Dec 2, 11am–7pm
Fri, Dec 3, 11am–7pm
Sat, Dec 4, 11am–7pm
|This is a ticketed event. Purchase tickets at newartdealers.org or here.|
Covid Safety Guidelines
Link to NADA Miami 2021's full Health & Safety Guidelines.
Guidelines at NADA Miami will be based on the latest guidance from the Center for Disease Control. These guidelines will be available later this Fall when tickets for the fair go on sale. As it stands now, NADA Staff, Printed Matter Staff, EXILE Books Staff, exhibitors, and all guests to the fair will be required to present proof a negative COVID test result upon entry to the grounds of the Ice Palace; alternatively attendees may choose to voluntarily provide proof of completed COVID-19 vaccination instead of a negative test result. Additionally, masks will be required to be worn by everyone while indoors at the venue, including the tented space.
Printed Matter and EXILE Books would like to extend deep gratitude to Heather Hubbs, Max Warsh, Elizabeth Cocco, Zack Tornaben, Thomas Ahlgren, Leticia Gutiérrez-Peláez, and the entire dedicated staff of NADA. Thank you to our web host and supporter Cargo. A very special thanks to supporters of EXILE Books of Printed Matter. In-kind donation by Versailles Restaurant.
Made Possible By
Thank you to The Knight Foundation for its tremendous support of this project's dynamic online presence. NADA Presents is generously supported by TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank® We also extend our gratitude to our Host Committee for their vital support of this presentation: James Bodnar, Lani Kahn Drody, Tom Healy, Dr. Alysa Herman, Dr. Susan Keeley & Mr. Brian Keeley, and Trae Williamson.
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Sonel Breslav - Director of Fairs & Editions, Printed Matter
Amanda Keeley - Founder and Director, EXILE Books
Sanjana Iyer - Fairs & Editions Coordinator, Printed Matter
Phil Lique - Fair Coordinator, EXILE Books
Gabriel Alcala - Illustration and Graphic Designer
Brett Olivieri - Website Designer
About Printed Matter
Founded in 1976 by artists and art workers, Printed Matter is the world’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination, understanding, and appreciation of artists’ books and related publications. With a Chelsea storefront and East Village satellite location, Printed Matter is committed to bringing “artwork in book form” to the broadest public possible, and strengthening the possibilities of the medium. Beyond our distribution services, we offer many programs to artists and the public, including a publishing program, artists’ book-focused exhibitions, one of the world’s most extensive online catalogs and bibliographic resources for artists’ books, in-store and online discussions and performances, as well as Printed Matter's NY, LA, and Virtual Art Book Fair. Visit us online at printedmatter.org
About EXILE Books
Launched in 2014, EXILE Books is a Miami-based printing initiative, dedicated to promoting and producing artists’ books through the process of collaboration and exchange. For each of our projects, we seek to build networks of relationships and provide free thematic programming and educational events such as workshops, lectures, exhibitions, performances, and fairs in order to advance public engagement with artists’ publications. Headquartered in the Little Haiti neighborhood, EXILE strives to establish a pervasive print culture in Miami by creating hubs for independent publishing that represent and serve our diverse community. For more information, please visit exilebooks.com
About the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA)
Founded in 2002, the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a not-for-profit 501c(6) collective of professionals working with contemporary art. Its mission is to create an open flow of information, support, and collaboration within the arts field and to develop a stronger sense of community among its constituency. Through support and encouragement, NADA facilitates strong and meaningful relationships between its members working with new contemporary and emerging art. In addition NADA hosts annual art events in Miami and New York, including NADA Miami, NADA x Foreland, and NADA House.