Kate van Houten –Presentations , Exhibitions & Events

Posted on 09/07/2012


IMG_1196off to London

hello from /kate van houten 14 th & 15th november 2014

11am to 7pm, free entry EstepaEditions is at

the Small Publishers Fair at Conway Hall London – Holborn tube

you are sure to find just what you are longing to read, see and feel.


Jennifer K. Dick  gave a fine reading in Paris of Conversion and in Amsterdam at Boekie Woekie


Jennifer in Paris

Jennifer in Paris

Kate van Houten and Jennifer K. Dick will present CONVERSIONat Boekie-Woekie on Saturday afternoon the 7th June at 5 o’clock. CONVERSION is the second book published in collaboration with Kate van Houten’s EstepaEditions.

The first, RETINA/RETINE in 2007 is Jennifer K. Dick’s 8 section poem with Kate van Houten’s crafted book and images: translation to French by Rémi Bouthonnier, available at Boekie-Woekie.

Jennifer K. Dick’s 7 CONVERSION poems in folios are held in a titled cover slip and cased in a deep red box. Printed in blue with reproduced monotypes traversing delicate greys on Lana paper. The edition is 50, 200 x 105 x 16 mm.

Kate van Houten is an American visual artist living in Paris. In 1996 she founded EstepaEditions, an independent press for the affordable book. Previously the books focused on exclusive one-of-a-kind books. As always the books are conceived and crafted by her and pages handbound on their return from the printer. For more seehttps://kateplusbooks.wordpress.com.

Jennifer K. Dick is an American author living in France. She teaches at the Université de Haute Alsace in Mulhouse. CONVERSION was inspired by and begun in Greece. She and Michelle Noteboom organize Ivy Writers Reading series in Paris and Jennifer works for the Amsterdam-based literary magazine VERSAL. For more on Jennifer’s other books and chapbooks see her blog at http://jenniferkdick.blogspot.fr.




DIDIER DEROEUX is at the  Salon de la Bibliophilie, place Saint Sulpice from the 4 to the 9th June (stand with Patrick Fréchet) Find books of EstepaEditions  &  portfolios of  Matsutani.


2014 exhibition at Pace University in Pleasant ville New York loves artists’ books. Deborah POE, poet, has put together is fine exhibit 

I’m very pleased to be apart of with ON FOOT and a tea cup. 






Eliane Fievet showed Kate’s sculpture and prints on the weekend 23 to the 25 May.IMG_9815