This New L.A. Book and Zine Fair Is Queer, Witchy, and Local
When NYC-based arts nonprofit Printed Matter canceled this year’s L.A. Art Book Fair, gallery owner Robert Zin Stark and artist Josh Paul Thomas got an idea. As Stark explains, “We both have a big love of zines and art books…When we heard [L.A. Art Book Fair] was canceled, we looked at each other and said, ‘Why don’t we throw our own? I’m a book-aholic and Josh is a maker-aholic. We said, ‘OK, we’re going to do this and make an L.A.-centric version.’” “And maybe not so hoity-toity,” Thomas adds. “[L.A. Art Book Fair] was getting away from the whole idea of grassroots and small independent zines. It was turning more into a show of galleries.” Guided by their mutual interests—and a little witchy intuition—the duo… View Original Post The post This New L.A. Book and Zine Fair Is Queer, Witchy, and Local appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine .
March 20, 2018 at 10:17PM