Editions/Artists’ Books Fair (E/AB Fair) gathers an exciting and accomplished community of publishers and galleries to showcase the latest creations by hundreds of artists in a safe online environment.
Included among 51 international exhibitors are Anémona Editores, Mexico City, Mexico; Highpoint Editions, Minneapolis, Minnesota; KIDO Press, Inc., Tokyo, Japan; MoMA Library Council, New York, New York; Tchikebe, Marseille, France; and Two Cents Press, Serrazzano, Italy.
Presented by the Lower East Side Printshop in New York City, the fair is open from October 18–31 with free access to the general public on its website.
For more information, visit eabfair.org.
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