Tai Snaith > West Space
Tai Snaith is a Melbourne based visual artist and author. Tai has recently published two picture books; The Family Hour in Australia (2012) and Sticks and Stones, Animal Homes (2014), with Thames and Hudson. Tai will have two self-published artist’s books available; Free (2013) and Portrait of a Sunday Painter (2015).
The Rizzeria is a collective of self-publishers and printmakers in Sydney, Australia. We own an RP3700 Risograph stencil press that we make available for public use through open print sessions.
Three Star Books
Three Star Books, founded in 2007, aims to render significant subjects into significant forms. Following their trademark of finely crafted, hand-made objects, each title closely follows the indications of the artist, elaborated in close discussion with the publishers. Artists published include Tauba Auerbach, John Baldessari, Maurizio Cattelan and Lawrence Weiner to name a few.
Thorny Devil Press
Thorny Devil Press began publishing word-art-works by Richard Kelly Tipping in 1989. These include artist book folios of letterpress and screen prints, pressed-aluminium signs, sculpture multiples, photographic, and visual poetry books. Selected Thorny Devil Press publications are distributed through Printed Matter and MoMA Store NYC, and are in print collections including the British Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the National Gallery of Australia.
Throwdown Press was established in 2012 to research experimentation in print process, and to facilitate and foster dialogue to promote the broad methodological potential of printmaking in a contemporary art practice.
TIM BURNS 3RDDEGREE
A small number of rare first editions of books from the 70’s available. ‘A Pedestrian Series of Postcards’ [American Institute of Graphic Arts Award 1977,] and ‘Not Ceasing to Loiter’ Adelaide 1975.
TRY HARD EDITIONS
Try Hard Editions is the in-house publishing imprint of Try Hard Magazine. Launching in 2015 it focuses on publishing limited-run artist books featuring Australian photographers.
un Projects is an artist-led initiative that exists to generate independent and critical dialogue around Australian contemporary art. un Magazine, its flagship publication, has been published in Melbourne since 2004. With a focus on artists, artist-run initiatives and independent projects, un Magazine is a free, biannual magazine that is published both in print and online.
Uro is a specialist publisher dedicated to the creation of authoritative and critically rigorous books on architecture and design. Established in 2009, the company is run by Andrew Mackenzie and Maitiú Ward, both former editors of the magazines Architectural Review Australia and (Inside) Interior Design Review.
West Space Journal
The West Space Journal is an online platform for criticism and commissions published twice a year. Our contributors are artists, writers, designers and musicians who have a particular interest in the critical dialogue surrounding contemporary art and its application online.