A visit to the QRL_Corner at Tai Kwun Contemporary’s Myth Makers with ArtAsiaPacific’s Nicole M. Nepomuceno, where we discuss the state of independent publishing and some of our favorite titles from our new pop-up library.
Jade and Leslie are joined by multi-disciplinary artist Rachel Lau who talks about their work, about their co-curation of the mobile library Queer Reads Library, and about QRL’s coming show and tell at this year’s Vancouver Art Book Fair.
For the Chinatown issue of c mag, amanda wan is in conversation with QRL’s Rachel Lau about queer Asian diaspora as sensibility, gentrification in Chinatown, and the multiplicity and mobility of QRL.
To mark the beginning of an online residency by artist-run publisher and archive Wendy’s Subway (Brooklyn, NY) the Libby Leshgold Gallery and READ Books (Vancouver, BC) are pleased to present online talks by artist-publishers Beatrix Pang (Hong Kong) and Paul Soulellis (Providence, RI), followed by a Q & A, on Thursday, July 30, beginning at 4pm Pacific time.
AAAiA’s fourth annual Independent Publisher Panel, which brings into conversation the creative individuals behind two Asia-related publishing platforms. For the 2020 edition, we are thrilled to have Beatrix Pang (Small Tune Press and ZINE COOP) and Xen Nhà (Red Pocket Press) sharing their work and experiences with us.