Perimeter x NGV MABF 2022

Book fairs are back! Perimeter is pleased to return to the National Gallery of Victoria (International), from 18-20 March for the 2022 Melbourne Art Book Fair.

The NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair’s in-person stallholders return to the NGV Great Hall in 2022. Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase publications from a diverse range of art publishers, artists and designers.

As well as showcasing Perimeter Editions (Melbourne), we will be offering a selection of fantastic titles from MACK (London), Spector Books (Leipzig), InOtherWords (London), Art Paper Editions (Ghent), Primary Information (New York), The Ice Plant (Los Angeles), Onomatopee (Eindhoven), Nieves (Zurich) and more. Perimeter will also be representing Idea Books (Amsterdam), an international distributor of specialist art, photography, architecture and design books. At this stand you can find titles from Roma Publications (Amsterdam), The Eriskay Connection (Breda), FW: Books (Amsterdam) and more.

We are also thrilled to be hosting a stand on behalf of independent publisher Valiz (Amsterdam), which will feature their impressive catalogue on topics of design, architecture and art theory and criticism.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Melbourne Art Book Fair
March 18-20 2022
NGV International
180 St Kilda Road

Friday 10am-5pm (free entry); 6-10pm (ticketed)
Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 8.30am-10am (Relaxed Morning, ticketed); 10am-5pm

*Please note Perimeter HQ will be closing early on Thursday March 17 (at 4pm), open as usual Friday March 18 (11am–6pm), and then closed Saturday and Sunday during the fair.

The following weekend, Perimeter will be hosting three artist talks and book launches as part of the MABF satellite events program. For more details for each event, follow the links below.

Saturday March 26, 2022
LAUNCH: Bianca Hester – Groundwork (Perimeter Editions 069)
LAUNCH: Regional Bureaucracy (Perimeter Editions 068)

Sunday March 27, 2022
LAUNCH: Daniel Palmer & Martyn Jolly – Installation View (Perimeter Editions 060)