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Singapore Art Book Fair 2023

Singapore Art Book Fair is back (and 10 years old!), happening 14 – 16 April 2023 at the Singapore Art Museum! With more than 100 Exhibitors and over half flying in from all over the world, this will be our largest edition yet.

Also present at the fair:
1. Singapore Art Book Dialogue: book launches and artist talks
2. Drawing workshop
3. Scaffoldings: an exhibition by US-based artist Tricia Treacy.

The Singapore Art Book Fair (SGABF) is an annual multi-day event celebrating contemporary art books and zines. Founded in 2013, it is the first of its kind in Southeast Asia, and has now established itself as one of the leading art book fairs in Asia. Each edition showcases the innovative approaches of Exhibitors from Singapore and around the world, including artists, designers, distributors, small presses, institutions, galleries, zinemakers, and printmakers.

SGABF is committed to deepening the understanding of art books in Singapore, and encouraging the exploration of this diverse medium as a crucial, if not central aspect of art and design practices.

SGABF is organised by Thing Books.


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