Fri 18 Mar
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri 18 Mar
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
NGV Friday Nights x Melbourne Art Book Fair (ticketed)
Sat 19 Mar
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 20 Mar
8:30 am - 10:00 am
Relaxed Morning: Melbourne Art Book Fair
Sun 20 Feb
10:00 am - 5:00 pm


National Gallery of Victoria, Saint Kilda Road, Melbourne VIC, Australia


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Melbourne Art Book Fair Showcase Stand Past Event

Presented by The National Gallery of Victoria

For the first time, the NGV presents the Melbourne Art Book Fair Showcase Stand where publishers and artists will showcase small print run publications, art books, zines and creative projects in a rotating presentation. Don’t miss the opportunity to engage with emerging makers for a limited time over the Melbourne Art Book Fair weekend.

Featuring on the Melbourne Art Book Fair Showcase Stand are:
Cecilia Sordi Campos photographic artist from Brazil, based in Melbourne whose practice is positioned in the field of socially-engaged art and expanded photography.

Melbourne Art Library a space currently housing books, art journals, zines, pamphlets, artist books, exhibition collateral and now supporting small scale artist self publishing.

Fast Fashun a magazine which was born out of an ongoing interactive and educational art project that uses fashion as a means for social change.

Creepy Cheese, the artist alias of Stephanie Ochona (she/they) – a Filipino designer who creates zines and comics about pop culture, food travelogues, botanical friends and bisexuality.

Saints Press an interdisciplinary and collaborative publishing press interested in creating art and design publications that are unstable, wobbly, sometimes Queer.

DEBRIS a bi-annual story-driven print magazine that promotes unusual collaborations, publishing fiction, essays, interviews, poetry, and artwork from new and established, emerging and unlikely writers and artists

Sophia Dacy-Cole, a PhD student in Sculpture at the ANU who is researching the therapeutic effects of connecting to Country, primarily through touching plants and soil and uses self-publishing a methods for creating and disseminating research.

Morris & Company Press is an imprint created by artist Sally Nansen for a series of small run art books that employ a blend of design, illustration, and literature.

Matthew Newkirk a multi disciplinary artist based whose practice utilises the same mediums and signifiers that deliver the news to us on a daily basis and investigates how mainstream media disrupts and distorts information.

Pure Nowhere is an ever-evolving community and art collective, fostering vulnerability, story-telling and connection through intimacy.

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