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LADA at the London Art Book Fair 2013

Whitechapel Gallery
Opening night: Thursday 12 September 2013, 6–9pm
13–15 September 2013, 11am–6pm
Admission Free

The London Art Book Fair is an annual event which celebrates the best of international contemporary art publishing. Hosted by the Whitechapel Gallery in association with Marcus Campbell Art Books, it showcases a diverse range of work ranging from individual artist publishers to galleries, magazines, colleges, arts publishing houses, rare book dealers and distributors.

The Live Art Development Agency will have a book table at the Fair, profiling a full range of Agency publications, DVDs and editions.

Banner image credit:

“Programme Notes: Case studies for locating experimental theatre”, published by the Live Art Development Agency and Oberon Books, 2013.

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