Typefaces and textures: a celebration of printed matter at KL Art Book Fair


KL Art Book Fair will be launching 'Search' Vol. 1, a new addition to the South-East Asian graphic magazine scene, featuring interviews with Fahmi Reza, Theseus Chan, TNOP, Hanson Ho, 1983Asia, Weng Nam Yap, Ejin Sha, New Naratif, Tan Zi Hao, Sharon Chin, Sherrina Krishnan, Virgil and Jo-chan, Joanne Chew, Darius Ou, Gianne Encarnacion, Magdalene Wong, Muntasir Mohamed, Vanessa Lim and Marcos Kueh. Photo: LIE

The post-pandemic world is a perfect time to create new opportunities and to blur boundaries in the creative scene in Malaysia.

The inaugural Kuala Lumpur Art Book Fair (KLABF), which will be setting up shop at The Godown KL (11 Jalan Ampang, KL) from Dec 3-5, offers the masses a glimpse of how the art, design and literary scenes can unite.

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