Sep 16 2014 - May 24 2015

ARTBOOK @ SWISS INSTITUTE — a pop up bookstore in SoHo — debuts on Tuesday, September 16th from 5pm to 8pm during the opening of Swiss Institute’s Annual Design Series in their space at 18 Wooster Street.

A new concept in bookselling, ARTBOOK @ SWISS INSTITUTE will be freshly installed with an entirely new thematic focus, new choice of titles, and eclectic selection of publishers every two months. Browsers and collectors alike will be treated to a library-quality display of new releases, classic titles, museum catalogues, out-of-print and rare books, hard-to-find treasures, indie magazines, and limited editions. Each theme store is conceived in collaboration between ARTBOOK’s Skuta Helgason and the Swiss Institute’s Simon Castets with input from represented curators and artists.

ARTBOOK @ SWISS INSTITUTE will open to the public on Tuesday, September 16th from 5pm to 8pm and again on Friday, September 19th from 5pm to 8pm. In step with architect Andreas Angelidakis’ curatorial homage to Eugène Ionesco’s play “The Chairs,” the fall store brings together an international selection of furniture design books with a spotlight on chair design.

The bookstore will be open to the public during Swiss Institute’s regular gallery hours, events and on special public shopping days.  For an up-to-date calendar of ARTBOOK @ SWISS INSTITUTE opening dates and times, please click here.

To sign up for our on-going event schedule or to schedule an appointment, contact us at

Founded in 1990, ARTBOOK | D.A.P. is America’s premier source for books on twentieth century art, photography, design, architecture and visual culture. The ARTBOOK division operates permanent bookstores at institutions such as MoMA PS1, New York and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; oversees book selection for museums including Perez Art Museum, Miami, and Minneapolis Institute of Arts; and mounts substantial pop-up stores at art fairs such as Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami, Frieze New York, Paris Photo Los Angeles and the New York and Los Angeles Art Book Fairs. D.A.P. is the exclusive North American trade distributor for major museums such as the Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Walker Art Center and Vitra Design Museum. D.A.P. also distributes independent imprints including Aperture, Damiani, David Zwirner, Editorial RM, Editions Xavier Barral, FUEL, Gregory R. Miller & Co., Hatje Cantz, JRP|Ringier, Metropolis Books, nai010, Poligrafa, Siglio, Steidl, and Walther König.

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