From Friday 9 September to Sunday 11 September, If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution will participate in WIELS annual art book fair. The book fair brings together artists, publishers and collectors who will be offering art books, artists’ books, photo books, catalogues, periodicals and other printed matter on display and sale to the public. If I Can’t Dance will be present with their full catalogue of in stock publications, which are available for viewing here.
At the fair, If I Can’t Dance will also offer a special price on its ongoing reader series. Originating in the field of research that circumscribes each of If I Can’t Dance’s two-year Editions, and designed by Joris Kritis and Julie Peeters, each reader compiles texts read in, and shared by, If I Can’t Dance’s reading groups convened in Amsterdam and its sister locations, which have included Bilbao, New York, São Paulo, Sheffield and Toronto. The three readers available are Rereading Appropriation (2015); Reading / Feeling (2013); and (Mis)reading Masquerades (2010), and will be offered at the special price of €40 — three readers for the price of two.
Further details of WIELS Art Book Fair are available here.