Multi-city double launch

SATURDAY, JUNE 14 — From 7 PM Celebrating two new publications by Paraguay Press A BOOK ABOUT What’s more to life than books METAL IDEAS The Social Life of the Record #2 MUSIC Live / Tape SCREENING(s) (…) DRINKS Butcher’s Tears TALK Skype conference The Social Life of the Record: Metal Ideas The second installment […]

Launch of ANABASES with Eric Baudelaire

Thursday July 24, 7 PM Eric Baudelaire : ANABASES This Thursday, July 24th, at 7pm, Section 7 Books invites you to a presentation of Anabases, a book on the work of Eric Baudelaire published by Archive Books, in the presence of the artist and two of the contributors, Morad Montazami and Pierre Zaoui. Conceived in […]

A screening of “Wild Combinations: a portrait of Arthur Russell”

Friday, November 21st at 8pm In the context of MARTIN BECK APPROX. 13 HOURS We’re pleased to invite you at castillo/corrales for the screening of “Wild Combinations: a portrait of Arthur Russell” by Matt Wolf Wild Combination is a portrait of the seminal avant-garde composer, singer & songwriter, cellist, and disco producer Arthur Russell, who […]

In October I was his pharmaceutical. His red, his blue,

Reading by Quinn Latimer on Saturday, April 3rd at 6.30 pm Marie Angeletti’s personal exhibition at castillo/corrales is closing down at the end of next week, and that will probably prompt a lot of nostalgia in the neighborhood for the eldritch silhouette on our window. That’s when Ciao would mean goodbye. Before this happens, and […]

Next Episode : Peter Bil’ak

We’re pleased to invite you Thursday, March 6th, 6.30 PM, to the launch of the 3rd issue of Works That Work, the new journal edited and published by Peter Bil’ak. An editor, writer and typographer Peter Bil’ak is also the founder of the type foundery Typothèque, and was the initiator, with Stuart Bailey, of Dot […]

A springtime booklaunch with Thomas Lawson

Friday, March 21, at 7 PM Gathered Under the Tree of Liberty: United Against Tyranny This Friday, Section 7 Books is pleased to host artist, writer, and dean of CalArts, Thomas Lawson. A man of magazines, he created in 1979, in New York, with Susan Morgan, the magazine Real Life; participated in the journal Afterall, […]

Primary Information double book launch with James Hoff

Friday, February 7th, 7 PM With–finally at Section 7 Books–James Hoff! We’re very pleased to invite you – even if last minute, sort of – to an evening with the multi-talented, Brooklyn-based, artist and publisher James Hoff. The co-founder, with Miriam Katzeff, of Primary Information, a non-for-profit arts organization focusing on publishing artists’ books and […]

“1946, 1947, 1948 – Les années oubliées des plus beaux livres suisses / The missing years of the most beautiful Swiss books”

Saturday, November 30, 5 PM With Corina Neuenschwander and Roland Früh NOT SO NATURAL SELECTION Presenting the publication “1946, 1947, 1948 – The missing years of the most beautiful Swiss books” and meditating on the convenience of jury selections. “1946, 1947, 1948 – The missing years of the most beautiful Swiss books” is a self-initiated […]


Saturday 2nd of November with Gonçalo Sena and Nuno Da Luz, from Atlas Projectos “Eppur si muove” Marie Muracciole introducing “Écrits sur la photographie” by Allan Sekula (Beaux-arts de Paris éditions, 2013) Erik Hartin & Clodagh Kinsella (Everyone Agrees) presenting “After The Night” & “The Night” by Michèle Bernstein (Bookworks, 2013) In the aftermath of […]


Thursday 11th of July, 7 pm with Lucy Steeds and Pablo Lafuente, 
contributors to the book and editors of the Exhibition Histories series and Annie Cohen-Solal, French art historian and scholar
  In the history of contemporary art exhibitions, only a handful can claim to mark the beginning of a new era. “Magiciens de la Terre”, […]