Design by: Haley Nickola

Call for Exhibitors: Boston Art Book Fair

The free, open to all ages, three day Boston Art Book Fair is returning to the Cyclorama this fall! Together with Bodega, we are again organizing this fourth edition of one of the largest art book fairs on the East Coast.

The Boston Art Book Fair has become the premier summit for artists, publishers, graphic designers, zine makers, galleries, and institutions. And we are excited to be back in November, on November 4 – 6 to be exact.

Boston Art Book Fair 2022 will once again fill BCA’s historic Cyclorama with artists and exhibitors working with printed material and multiples in many forms. Exhibitors will be located under our spectacular dome, with related programs taking place across BCA’s South End campus. Applications for exhibitors and other participants will be accepted on a rolling basis.

Help spread the word by tagging our Instagram account: @bostonartbookfair and using the hashtag #BosABF2022 as well!


About the Boston Art Book Fair

Presented by Boston Center for the Arts and Bodega

Founded in 2017 by Randi Hopkins & Oliver Mak, the Boston Art Book Fair (BosABF) is a free, all-ages three-day art event uniting all levels of the arts community. Boston Art Book Fair is presented by Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) and Bodega. In alignment with the BCA mission to support Boston’s working artists, approximately one-third of the participating vendors are local artists, creators, and businesses. BosABF also features some of the most respected and innovative international publishing houses and independent presses, connecting Boston with the national art community and facilitating connection between Boston creatives and prospective publishing partners. Boston Art Book Fair welcomes all audiences; from sophisticated art collectors to a teenager buying their first zine. In 2019 the BosABF more than doubled in size, moving into the iconic Cyclorama and welcoming more than 130 exhibitors and 5,000 guests, while featuring panel discussions, film screenings, and art installations.