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07—08.05.2022 11:00

Pay what you can

Kunsthal Gent & 019 present: Ghent Art Book Fair

07-08.05.2022
Sat: 11:00 — 18:00
Sun: 11:00 — 18:00

After a break of two years due to Covid-19, Kunsthal Gent and 019 are proud to announce the long awaited 6th edition of the Ghent Art Book Fair.

During the weekend of the 7th and the 8th of May, we welcome a number of national and international publishers to showcase their work in Kunsthal Gent. The fair will be opened from 11 o’clock until 18 o’clock on both days. There will be a side program that includes booklaunches, presentations, talks and more.

We hope to see you there!

With:

019 (BE)
1605 Publishers (NL)
Art Paper Editions (BE)
BOEK.PRESS (BE)
Bartle (NL)
Be-Part (BE)
Beam Editions (UK)
Bookboi* (DE)
Building Fictions (NL)
COLLECT (BE)
Claus Books (BE)
De Blinkerd (BE)
Editions L’Amazone (BE)
Editions Menard (BE)
Elise Coudré (BE)
From Me To You Publications (BE)
Grafische Cel (BE)
Handshake (ES)
Het Balanseer (BE)
Hristina Tasheva (NL)
Jap Sam Books (NL)
KASK / School Of Arts (BE)
KONT Magazine (NL)
Kluger Hans (NL)
Kunsthal Gent (BE)
Lady Gueguette (FR)
Le Chauffage (BE)
Loreta Isac (RO)
MER. B&L (BE)
Maite Vanhellemont (NL)
Masters Den Haag (NL)
New Toni Press (DE)
NICC vzw (BE)
Occasional Papers (BE)
Onomatopee Projects (NL)
Pantofle Books (NL)
Pony Press (BE)
Posture Editions (BE)
Punta Lara Ediciones (AR)
RAMSDAM BOOKS (BE)
Rile* space (BE)
Risiko Press (BE)
Roma Publications (NL)
Royal Academy Antwerp (BE)
Ruja Press (NL)
SO-RI (BE)
Stockmans Art Books – Hopper & Fuchs (BE)
Sub-Zero (FR)
The Eriskay Connection (NL)
The Serving Library (UK)
Those Who Act As Ghosts (NL)
Tim Colmant (BE)
Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine (NO)
Twougene (KR)
Valiz (NL)
Varamo Press (NO)
WS (BE)
Well Gedacht Publishing (DE)
Werkplaats Typografie (NL)
Yundler Brondino Verlag (FR)
Yunus Ak - Umut Altıntaş (TR)
_bulk (BE)
terrain (BE)

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