about us

  • we are small art publishing house oriented toward (not only) gender-focused art books
  • we love to publish books ambitious both in content and design

The book called Slečny (Misses) was our first published project. It has happened in 2012. Two years later we have started to co-operate with the gallery GVUO in Ostrava and the result was the book Měj ráda sama sebe (Love yourself). In the partnership with another subject Galerie Valchařská we have worked on the project of photography monograph by Dita Pepe. In 2015 we published awaited book about the taboo topics under the title Intimita (Intimacy) and the publication about labor camp Barbora. We have published 2 demanding projects in 2016; the book-object by Jindřich Štreit under the title Where is my home and the photographic and literary diaries by Libuše Jarcovjáková named The Black Years. Our books become inspiration for the Czech designers and artists in creating art pieces and interactive instalations. 

 

awards

Our books were awarded various Czech and international prizes.

 

Book Where is my home

 The Best Photobook in the Middle and Eastern Europe

    1. prize in the category of Contemporary Photograph (2016)
    Mesiac fotografie, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

Book Intimita (Intimacy)

 Les Prix du Livre (Prix Photo-Texte) at Les Rencontres de la Photographie in Arles - shortlisted (2016)

 Magnesia Litera in the category of Publishing Achievement (2016)

 The Most Beautiful Czech Books of 2015 (2nd place in the Fine-press and artist´s books category) (2016)

 

Book Dita Pepe: Self-portraits

 35 best books - KALEID editions London (2015)

 

Book Měj ráda sama sebe / Love yourself

 The Best Photo Book at the Art Books Wanted Intl Award by Edition Lidu (2014)

 Shortlisted - KALEID editions London (2015)

 

Book Slečny (Misses)

The Most Beautiful Czech Books of 2012 (3rd place in the Belles-Lettres category) (2013)

Honorable Mention at the Art Books Wanted Intl. Award by Edition Lidu (2012)

 

  

acquisitions

Dita Pepe´s Self-portraits were acquiered by The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Brooklyn Museum (USA), Skillman Library at Lafayette College (USA), Swarthmore College Library (USA) and SAIC - School of the Art Institute of Chicago (USA). Our books were sold to art collectors from Japan, Canada, Switzerland, South Africa, Sweden, Austria, Italy, France, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany and Slovakia.