Expozine programming will take place online from December 1 - 6 this year, with a hybrid fair planned to take place online and at the Société des arts technologiques (SAT), 1201 Saint-Laurent, on December 5 - 6 (if the conditions at the time permit -- CANCELLED). The application form for the hybrid version of the Expozine fair is available here.
Our first festival and conference of this new COVID-19 era, Expozine's sister fair Volume 3 MTL : Art and the Book, our third annual celebration of artists’ books and art publishing, began online from October 1 to 4 and will continue through the first annual Art Book Month throughout October. Check out all the artists’ presentations, discussions, visits to artists’ studios on this Youtube playlist.
Art POP, POP Symposium, and Montreal’s annual small press fair EXPOZINE present the 3rd edition of POP Reads, as part of POP Montreal 2020! This year, the event takes place LIVE at the Rialto (no public allowed) but ALSO LIVE on the web! Montreal is blessed with a thriving literary, small press and spoken-word scene…. Continue reading
LECTURES POP 28 sept. 2019, 18:00 – 21:00 Café Cagibi, 6596 Saint-Laurent (metro Beaubien), (contribution volontaire, don sugg. $8) Join the Facebook event! Art POP, POP Symposium, and Montreal’s annual small press fair Expozine present the 2nd edition of POP Reads, as part of POP Montreal 2019! Montreal is blessed with a thriving bilingual literary,… Continue reading
Expozine was held in November 2018 in Montreal, featuring nearly 300 different exhibitors! On offer were hundreds of unique and rare publications of all kinds: literary, poetic, artistic, political and uncategorizable! Expozine is a super diverse and dynamic book fair that immerses its thousands of visitors each year deep in a thriving new culture of… Continue reading
EXPOZINE, Montreal’s small press, comic and zine fair, is also Canada’s largest zine fair and one of North America’s largest small press fairs! Over the course of one weekend each fall, some 270+ different vendors and creators of all kinds of printed matter (in both English and French) present and sell their works to nearly 15 000 visitors.