Anthology Editions • D.A.P. / ARTBOOK • Aperture Foundation • Benjamin Ogilvy Projects • Phaidon • Clark Gallery • David Zwirner Books • Krakow Witkin Gallery • MIT Press • Aint–Bad • 8-Ball Community • Samsøn Projects • Trifecta Editions • Art Vandelay Press • Border Patrol • Christine Verret • Hassla • Books for All Press • Houseboat • Leica Gallery Boston • Library of the Printed Web • Oranbeg Press • Paper Crown Press • Sybil Press • Carrier Pigeon Magazine • Wakefield Press • Robert Klein Gallery • Amadeus • Authorized to Work in the US • Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts • Draw Down Books • Dust Collective • Free Witch Press • Get On Down • Holy Crow • HOMOCATS • How’s Howard? • Maria Molteni / Free Bleed Press • Max Razdow • Mixed Greens • PROPS • Purgatory Pie Press • #Blkgrlswulrd • Greying Ghost • Hannah Burr • Harlequin Creature • Liz Sux Comics • Maggie Jensen • Mass Love Distro • Ria Brodell • ROTBOM • Boston Compass • Adam Jason Cohen • Caleb Neelon • Sue Murad • Wing Club • Zoárd Wells Tyeklár • Wizard Skull • Emily Vallee • Alyssa Minahan • Snake Hair Press
ZINES| PUBLISHERS| PANELS| PERFORMANCES
ART | Community
Organized by Boston Center for the Arts and Bodega, the inaugural Boston Art Book Fair is an innovative and cutting edge event where international and local artists, thinkers, collectors, publishers and anyone drawn to the rich intersection of text and image convene to celebrate and trade print in all forms—including art books, zines, prints, catalogs and analog recordings.
Boston Art Book Fair brings together exhibitors and collectors for a full weekend of presentations and programming that facilitates progressive discourse and encourages publishers and patrons at all levels to embrace print as a celebration of the cultural vanguard.
2017 Programming Guide
Performances, Panels & More - PDF Download
Limited edition print
Edition of 50 24″x18″ prints
Produced by Trifecta Editions
Proceeds from each sale will help underwrite artist tables at the Boston Art Book Fair.
“I paint to capture, document, and preserve memories. I translate the essence of moments through color by mixing up the poetics of people and places. I retell stories through various methods of mark-making using paint, collage, sketching and writing. This process preserves memories as tangible ‘maps’. I often juxtapose these memory maps with short captions that form the foundation for the colors I mix.”—Kristin Texeira
Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is a not-for-profit performing and visual arts campus that supports working artists to create, perform and exhibit new works; develops new audiences; and connects the arts to community. Located in Boston’s South End, the largest landmark district in the United States covering more than 500 acres, BCA is dedicated to incubating and showcasing the performing and visual arts of our time. The Boston Art Book Fair will take place at the Mills Gallery & Blackbox Theatre with supplemental programming at the Beehive.