Held within the Cyclorama of Boston Heart for the Arts (BCA) in Boston’s South Finish, the Boston Artwork E-book Honest is open to all ages and options unique artwork, books, zines, prints, distinctive tasks, and surprising objects by over 140 exhibitors.
The truthful kicks off with a 21+ ticketed preview occasion on Friday, November 4, and is free and open to the general public on Saturday and Sunday, November 5 and 6. Highlights of Friday’s preview occasion will embody the premiere screening of Leaned Again, a brand new documentary by Chicago- and New York-based photographer and repeat exhibitor Adam Jason Cohen; a restricted version art work by artist and featured exhibitor Zoë Pulley; and a dance occasion led by DJ WhySham. The dance occasion might be held inside a brand new immersive set up by Lani Asunción, a present BCA Studio Resident and e book truthful exhibitor.
In alignment with BCA’s mission to assist working artists, over half of this 12 months’s exhibitors are particular person artists and small collectives. They be part of a wealthy array of impartial presses, worldwide artwork publishers and distributors, university-affiliated graphic design, images and studio artwork packages, alternate areas, magazines, and extra.
For extra info, go to bostonartbookfair.com.
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