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Unique fair entices book and art lovers equally

PUBLISHED: 10:00 29 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:50 29 May 2018

The Three Incestuous Sisters by Audrey Niffengger. PHOTO: Keith Osborn Photography

The Three Incestuous Sisters by Audrey Niffengger. PHOTO: Keith Osborn Photography

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A unique fair in Norwich’s Forum enticed book and art lovers alike.

Turn The Page Artists Book Fair in The Forum, Norwich. PHOTO: Keith Osborn PhotographyTurn The Page Artists Book Fair in The Forum, Norwich. PHOTO: Keith Osborn Photography

Turn The Page Artists Book Fair was a two-day annual event and the only fair of its type in the eastern region.

The fair, held on May 25 and 26, offered a unique platform for artists whose work is book-based.

Turn The Page 2018 featured work by more than 60 individual artists, small and fine presses, independent publishers and artists groups.

Rosie Sherwood, new creative director of Turn The Page. PHOTO: Sophie Smith.Rosie Sherwood, new creative director of Turn The Page. PHOTO: Sophie Smith.

It also offered a rare chance to see original artists’ books by award-winning artist and novelist Audrey Niffenegger.

Rosie Sherwood is the fair’s new creative director. The artist and publisher said: “The fair has long been one of my favourite events in the UK art book arts scene and having the chance to contribute to the development of the fair is a joy.”

Turn The Page features live music, poetry and artist talks, as well as the fair’s first symposium, a more academic event of discussion.


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