AB/Z Fair 2020


February 21 - 23, 2020

The John Melser Charrette School (PS3) 490 Hudson Street, NYC 10014


Booklyn and the Greenwich Village Antiquarian Book Fair are proud to announce the 2nd annual AB/Z Fair, a dynamic Manhattan-based book fair of pioneering contemporary creative publishing from A(rtists’) B(ooks) to Z(ines). AB/Z’s goal is to give our participants an affordable and intimate Manhattan venue that provides access to new audiences, collectors, curators and librarians, and provides the general public access to artists and presses that previously have not had book fair venues in Manhattan. The Fair will have 20 tables of esoteric bookmakers in a wide variety of media including: aquatint, collage, fine letterpress, hand-painted, photo-art, screenprint, and risograph.

Exhibitors

The 5 Year Plan
Alterfolio
Barbara Beisinghoff
BD Studios
Dan Varenka
GenderFail
Grace Desmarais
Ian Tousius
Jaklin Romine
María Verónica San Martín
Nicole Rodrigues
Passenger Pigeon Press
Purgatory Pie Press
Radix Media
Ruth Lingen
ShinYeon Moon
Soumya Dhulekar
Spicy Mango Comics
Viviane Rombaldi Seppey
and more!

Booklyn will represent the work of: Tia Blassingame, William Burroughs, Cuba, Stephen Dupont, Phil Galo, Charles Gatewood, David Hammons, Mission Mini Comix, David Sandlin, Veronika Schäpers, Beldan Sezen, Dana Smith, Mike Taylor, Brian D. Tripp, Darren Waterston, and Marshall Weber.

Location

The John Melser Charrette School (PS3) 490 Hudson Street, NYC 10014
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IMPORTANT NOTE ON ACCESSIBILITY. See below*

Dates + Times

Friday, Feb. 21 (Opening Preview) 6-9PM
Saturday, Feb. 22, 11AM-6PM   
Sunday, Feb. 23, 11AM-5PM

Email monica@booklyn.org for questions.
For more information visit: https://gvabf.com/

Admission – $15 each day
Register for a complimentary pass here – https://bookandpaperfairs.ticketspice.com/gvabf-41-2020

Free admission with student ID

*PS3 has 7 steps and no elevator–which we are really disappointed to share and to have learned so late. We take responsibility. Booklyn commits to only using spaces in the future which are fully accessible to all bodies, specifically physically disabled bodies.

This exhibition is made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo, and the New York State Legislature and additionally, in part, by funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.