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Art cookbooks to Chicano zines: What to see at the L.A. Art Book Fair
Art cookbooks to Chicano zines: What to see at the L.A. Art Book Fair

Books may be dead, but the art book lives on. Dozens of presses, booksellers, vintage books dealers, zine makers, independent publishers and one radio station will gather at the Museum of Contemporary Art's Geffen Contemporary space in Little Tokyo this weekend for what promises to be an incredibly busy iteration of the Los Angeles Art Book Fair (LAABF). Now in its third year, the fair from the nonprofit Printed Matter Inc. promises more than 250 exhibitors from all over the globe — from Mexico and Denmark to Israel and Japan — as well as numerous publishing outfits from the United States, including more than 100 from California alone. Last year's fair drew more...

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