From 24 to 26 November 2023, bibliophiles will come together at the Palais de la Femme in Paris for their annual meeting at the Page(s Fair
“Artists’ or bibliophilic books are a small enclave in the great proliferation of books and other reading objects. Precious, elaborate, sought after, rare, and expensive, they are also vessels for inventiveness, imagination and creativity and contain the memory of a craft – the memory of the book’s author, artist, creator, printer, engraver, binder, and publisher – of all those who join forces to ensure that the book and the wealth and variety of its content will be preserved.
Welcome to this 23rd Page(s Fair, the meeting place for many of those who maintain the demand for beautiful books, in all their artistic diversity, once again this year.”
Visual Artist and Art Historian
Chairwoman of the Page(s Fair
ARCHES® is partnering this event.
For this 25th event, Page(s presents an exhibition based on contemporary illustrations of Rimbaud’s work.
Book illustrators inspired by Rimbaud’s work, who have supported it, highlighted its value and kept it alive, are also celebrated here.
The Arthur Rimbaud Museum in Charleville-Mézières has lent works and M. Blaizot of the great Parisian bookstore has also loaned several fine publications.