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- Mar 9, 2018 Melbourne Art Book Fair 2018 Books at Manic is pleased to be showing and selling books at Melbourne Art Book Fair 2018 presented by the National Gallery of Victoria
- Feb 23, 2018 An inspiring yoga documentary A Netflix documentary based on TASCHEN title On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace
- Feb 16, 2018 Selling the Sin Sector Monocle interviews the editor of TASCHEN’s 20th Century Alcohol and Tobacco Ads
- Dec 21, 2017 Our favourite books of 2017 A selection of Books at Manic's favourite books of 2017
- Oct 18, 2017 Translation of Vogliamo Tutto winner of top US translation award Matt Holden, translator of Vogliamo tutto: we want everything by Nanni Balestrini, has been awarded the American Literary Translators Association's 2017 Italian Prose in Translation Award.
Melbourne Art Book Fair 2018
Mar 9, 2018
We are pleased to once again be showing and selling books from our publishers at the Melbourne Art Book Fair, presented by the National Gallery of Victoria.
We will be running dedicated stands for Distributed Art Publishers (including a range of their publishers) (USA), Hatje Cantz Verlag (Germany) and Corraini Edizioni (Italy).
We will also have a Books at Manic stand showcasing a selection of titles from a mixture of other publishers we represent, including Princeton Architectural Press (USA), Pie Books (Japan), BNN Inc. (Japan), Distanz Verlag (Germany), Herb Lester Associates (UK), Design for Today (UK), Blue Crow Media (UK), Hyphen Press (UK), Gingko Press (USA), and local Australian publishers such as Mossenson Art Foundation, Creative Minds and Telephone Publishing.
Entry to the event is free. Explore the full program of talks, book launches and more at ngvartbookfair.com. We hope to see you there!
Melbourne Art Book Fair
16-18 March 2018
180 St Kilda Road
Friday 16 March 10am-5pm and ticketed opening from 6pm-9pm
Saturday 17 March 10am-7pm
Sunday 18 March 10am-5pm