Artists’ Bookmarket 2024

10.02.24–11.02.24

Saturday 10.02.24–Sunday 11.02.24.
Saturday 10am–6pm. Sunday 10am–5pm. Free.

Artists’ Bookmarket is Edinburgh’s annual celebration of artists’ book culture and is held for the third year in tandem with Edinburgh Zine Library who will be bringing their Zine Festival to Fruitmarket’s Warehouse space. As usual, the event runs over two busy weekend days with stalls laid out to showcase a wide array of work. Artists’ Bookmarket is complemented by a busy events and workshops programme. Visitors come from across Scotland and beyond to make this date with artists’ books and artist-led as well as DIY self-publishing.

 

Stallholders:

Amy Sterly Prints – Anna’s Travelling Bookshop – Annette Johnson – Book Works – Bound:Unbound – Cé Simonis – C.A.Hiley – Central Fife Artists’ Collective – Ciarraì Samson – David Armes – Common Threads Press – Concrete Nature – David Faithfull – DeeOoshee – Anupa Gardner – ECA Illustration – Edinburgh & Elsewhere – Edinburgh University Press – Essence Press – Fevered Imagination – Fifthsyllable – Frances Law – Frannie Gee Illustration – Gnobilis Press – Weproductions – Henningham Family Press – Jack Ravi – Jane Hyslop – Jessica Crisp – Mhairi Braden – Joanna Robson – Karen Akester – Kawaii Collective – Kerry Douglas – Less Than 500 Press – The Book Tree Press – Lydia Davies – Marc Gosteli – Marie-Alice Harel – New Arcadian Press – Hestan Isle Press – Roncadora Press – SU4IP – The Caseroom Press – The Kelpie Press – Rosemary Everett – The Modernist – The Travelling Bookbinder – Tricia Willder – Zen Foto Gallery

EXHIBITION

The Oak Tree: a tribute to eternity

Saturday 10.02.24–Sunday 11.02.24

During this year’s Artists’ Bookmarket, we present an exhibition of work by artist Jane Hyslop. The Oak Tree: a tribute to eternity presents original drawings and pochoir prints from her latest artist book project inspired by Virginia Woolf’s novel, Orlando.

Hyslop’s work develops themes of place and identity where human and natural histories meet. Her ideas are developed through research, observational drawing, reading, topographic study and material experimentation. The resulting layered narratives are brought together in drawing, printmaking and artist’s books. Hyslop lectures in Art and Illustration at Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh.

Images: details from The Oak Tree: a tribute to eternity; artist’s book; Jane Hyslop; 2024. Photography: Andy Phillipson

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