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Up For More Art Books in your collection? Come Down to the Singapore Art Book Fair 2018!

Running between 29th June - 1st July 2018 between 12pm - 8pm



Bookworms and art lovers rejoice! The annual fair that brought together the harmonious bond between lexicons and art is back in Singapore.

It took it’s first steps back in 2013. The Singapore Art Book Fair (or SABF as it’s known) was built on an idea to replicate similar events from around the world grounded in bringing together art books, catalogs, monographs, zines, and printed ephemera enthusiasts. Art books to inspire, collect and provide another introspective look into the art making process- a crucible of visual delicacies as varied as the artists themselves, there is bound to be one to catch your eye!

NTU Singapore Art Book Fair 2017

Even if you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, have no fear. For this year, #SGABF2018 is aiming to re-calibrate their focus – “creating a platform that is committed to showcasing what we hope are works that aren’t just “aesthetically pleasing”, but provoke some sense of critical thinking and discourse, strongly encouraging a growth and maturity in the audience’s cultural palette, while maintaining its relevancy”.

They are in the midst of doing cover features for 21 different artists aptly titled “21 Creatives for #SGABF2018” which include creatives like Ruben Pang, Berny Tan, and Liao Jiekai to name a few.

For more information you can check out their event page here.

Date and Times: (29th June – 1st July) 2018 between 12pm to 8pm everyday

Location: NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.

Admission: FREE and open to the public





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Stevie Ku'shon

Stevie grew up in the cusp between the VCR and DVD era and can't afford Netflix either. Reportedly the first ever person to transition from Beta female, to Alpha female, to Beta again successfully without any complications - she also has a degree paper, that paper being white - And 11 out of 10 people agree that she never tells any lies, especially in writing. With a background in fine arts, particularly an affinity for performance/ installation art that touch on breaking boundaries and social norms, she has a lil sum-sumthin to say about it all

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