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iniva Book Sale 2022

20 Sep-26 Sep 2022

Extended by one day due to popular demand. Open on Friday 23 + Monday 26 September, 10am - 5pm

  • Venue

    16 John Islip Street

  • Admission


Browse over 40 iniva titles, prices from £1!

Every purchase comes with a free tote bag & mystery publication while stocks last.

iniva is delighted to invite you to our biggest book sale yet – a one week sales event at the Stuart Hall Library, that will feature a reduction of 50% or more on over 40 iniva titles.

iniva has been publishing since 1994 on subjects encompassing identity politics, art history and monographs on artists from the Global Majority. Titles include the renowned Annotating Art Histories series edited by Kobena Mercer (normally £15.95 / sale price from £5 each) and Reading the Contemporary: African Art from Theory to the Market Place edited by Olu Oguibe and Okwui Enwezor (normally £20 / sale price £5).

And alongside our own titles get your hands on our library duplicates at bargain prices, browse and buy our limited editions and sign up to our library.

This is the best opportunity to pick up a favourite title or gift from as little as £1, or chose a bundle of 4 or more for a further 10% off! Sales prices will be available in person only! iniva is a registered charity and all of our publications income supports the work we do in developing & sustaining International artistic, research and education praxis and keeping the Stuart Hall Library free to the public.

For enquiries including overseas shipping or online sales contact Jenny Starr: jstarr@iniva.org