Book fair and events

Book fair

Meet the publishers
Saturday Sunday, April 23 – 24

The 13 publishers are present the whole opening weekend, ready to talk about their books and the exhibition they have curated. The audience will be able to purchase selected titles and engage the publishers about the relationship between books and exhibitions.
The architecture that the publishers inhabit have been specially designed by Wrong.

/ Klara Källström, Thobias Fäldt & 1:2:3 (SE)
ECAL:MAAD & Designbolaget / Students at Master of Art Direction (CH/DK)
Forlaget emancipa(t/ss)ionsfrugten / Absalon Kirkeby & Kasper Hesselbjerg (DK)
Études Books / Aurélien Arbet, Jérémie Egry & Nicolas Poillot (FR)
Gottlund / Nicholas Gottlund (US)
Joachim Schmid / Joachim Schmid (DE)
Kodoji Press / Winfried Heininger (CH)
Lugemik / Indrek Sirkel, Laura Toots & Anu Vahtra (EE)
Officin / Louise Hold Sidenius (DK)
Pist Protta / Jesper Fabricius, Aase Eg, Jesper Rasmussen (DK)
Shelter Press / Bartolomé Sanson & Felicia Atkinson (FR)
Self Publish, Be Happy / Bruno Ceschel (UK)
Theophile’s Papers / Théophile Calot (BE)

Video catalogue

The official catalogue of the Manifolds exhibition will come in the form of a video
documenting the installations. It will be produced during the installation process
on Friday April 22 by cinematographer and editor Nicoline Skotte. The video will
also be available for free at the opening.


One Thousand Books migrates
May 17 – June 26

Den Frie Udstillingsbygning has a great bookshop called ‘-1’ run by graphic design studio ‘Eller med a’. They will make a display of the publications together with other titles that inform and expand the 13 original books.


Exhibitor profiles

Live conversations
Saturday Sunday, April 23 – 24

During the opening weekend the podcast The Undergang Armchair conducts a series
of conversations with selected publishers and artists in front of a live audience.

The Undergang Armchair is a fortnightly arts podcast. Each week the host, Ando, has a conversation with an artist, writer, musician, curator or anybody we find interesting from the fine art world. They talk about making a living off creativity, about process, and about anything else that might spring up. The show is based in Copenhagen, but the conversation is world wide.


Saturday April 23, 20:00 - 02:00

Honouring the tradition, One Thousand Books will host a party for all participants and guests. It will take place in the foyer of Kunsthal Charlottenborg.

Facebook event: Join the party