Last year’s fair.

GREENPOINT TERMINAL WAREHOUSE

The Independent Art Book Fair has revealed the lineup of exhibitors for its second annual edition, which takes place between September 22 and 24 at the Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse in Brooklyn.

The fair is free and open to the public from 12 to 7 p.m. daily, and features a list of over 60 exhibitors from America, England, and Australia. There are also workshops and performances, including a panel about getting funding through Kickstarter and a comedy set by Sistah Vinnie.

“We started IABF because we recognized a need for a smaller, more community-minded book fair that creates a more intimate, curated experience for exhibitors and visitors,” Karen Schaupeter, the fair’s founder, said in a statement. The exhibitor list follows in full below.

Aint-Bad, Savannah, Georgia
An Assembly, Brooklyn
Aqualamb, Brooklyn
Art Handler Magazine, Brooklyn
Aventures LTD, Brooklyn
Bronx i s Burning, the Bronx
Clown Kisses Press, Richmond, Virginia
Cousins Literary Magazine, Brooklyn
Adam Jason Cohen, Chicago
Cool Try, San Francisco
Dead at 27, New York
Dizzy Magazine, Brooklyn
Jade Doskow, Peekskill, New York
Drink n’ Print, Brooklyn
Du Good Press, Brooklyn
EX-IT, Queens
Fizz Publishing, New York
Flat Magazine, Brooklyn
Foundations Magazine, Los Angeles
Hello Mr., Brooklyn
Jason Rusnock, Philadelphia
Jae KIm, Brooklyn
Le Dépanneur, Montreal
Lindsay Bottos, Baltimore
Lovers Press, Brooklyn
Matte Magazine, Brooklyn
Montez Press, Brooklyn
Morel Books, London
Chris Mottalini, Brooklyn
Nancy Loeber, Brooklyn
Nighted Life, Oakland, California
Off the Rails Magazine, New York
Paperwork NYC, New York
Passenger Pigeon Press, Brooklyn
People of Print (In Perpetuum), London
Precog Magazine, Brooklyn
Salt & Cedar, Detroit
Secret Riso Club, Brooklyn
Standards Manual, Brooklyn
T-N-T, Eastport, New York
The Heavy Collective, Sydney
Unpatient, London
Wrong Tree Press, Bolinas, California
You and Neru, Brooklyn
Zatara Press, Richmond, Virginia

Galleries:
Ballast Projects, New York
Black Ball Projects, Brooklyn
Deli Gallery, Queens
Ed. Varie, New York and Los Angeles
Essex Flowers, New York
Rubber Factory, New York

Artist Projects:
James Hartley
Nic Jamieson
Bodyworkbodywork
David X Levine
Annie Powers
Austin Power
Rydh/Sorenson
Te Aprecio Foto
Kristin Texeira
Christine Ting