05 Oct Director of Printmaking Christopher Kardambikis to exhibit at the biggest book arts event in the country!
Director of Printmaking Christopher Kardambikis to exhibit at the biggest book arts event in the country!
Mason School of Art Faculty, Christopher Kardambikis, explores space, process, and narrative through books, prints, and drawings. A bibliophile and zinester, Christopher founded Paper Cuts, a podcast and publishing platform that documents the contemporary world of zines and artist publications, as an excuse to talk to people about the books they make. You can see Kardambikis exhibiting at the Printed Matter’s 2022 NY Art Book Fair.
To learn more about Christopher Kardambikis and Paper Cuts click here!
Printed Matter’s 2022 NY Art Book Fair (NYABF) takes place October 13–16, 2022 at 548 W 22nd St. Opening Night is on Thursday, October 13, from 6–9pm.
Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair returns to the historic location of the very first Fair! After three years apart, we are grateful to reunite in person and celebrate the history and future of artists’ book publishing together.
Taking place in Chelsea, just around the corner from Printed Matter’s bookstore, the NY Art Book Fair (NYABF) is the leading international event for the distribution of artists’ books. Exhibitors include a broad range of artists, collectives, publishers, institutions, galleries, antiquarian booksellers, and distributors. This year’s Fair will feature many of the longstanding exhibitors and programs that have come to define this beloved event, while also offering new ways to discover artists’ books and explore the full breadth of the art publishing community.
To attend the 2022 NY Art Book Fair you can purchase tickets here.
Advance registration is highly encouraged due to limited capacity in the building and crowd flow. Some Fair days are ticketed as noted, while programs–including The Classroom, off-site exhibitions, and the NYABF Block Party–are free with registration. Limited tickets are available at the door each day. No one is turned away for lack of funds. Ticketed days help support this non-profit production.