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The 25° Book Fair – Salient Facts and Figures

campagna sdl 2012The twenty-fifth edition of the International Book Fair, is being held from Thursday 10 May to Monday 14 May at Lingotto Fiere (via Nizza 280, 10126 – Torino). With its exhibition stands and installations, the Fair takes up four pavilions of Lingotto Fiere: nos. 1, 2, 3 and 5.

Hours: Thursday-Sunday-Monday from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Friday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Ticket rates: regular €10.00, discounted €8.00.


An interactive Fair Under the banner of a participatory culture

sala gialla iconThe appointment at Lingotto has gradually seen the growth of a mature public, which identifies itself in the values of an active culture and wants to take part in a real discussion, feeling itself a player in interactive exchange. The participation of the visitors has made visible an explicit demand for democracy no longer delegated, but participatory, managed first hand.


1988-2012, the twenty five years of an Italian success

venticinquesimo iconThe International Book Fair of Torino celebrates its twenty fifth anniversary in 2012. Created from an idea of Guido Accornero and Angelo Pezzana, a historic Torino bookseller, on the model of the Paris Salon, overcoming it in terms of the wealth and variety of contents and the number of visitors, reaching the peak of European events in the sector.


The Visible City. Torino 1988-2012 >>, the changing metropolis stage front

citta visibile iconTo tell the story of these twenty five years in a lively and unconventional fashion, and at the same time give a glimpse of the metropolis that will come, the International Book Fair and the Circolo dei lettori have joined their forces and created the project for La Città Visibile, the Visible City. Torino 1988-2012 >>, in the sense of fast forward.


Javier Cercas wins the second International Book Fair Prize

cercas_iconAfter Amos Oz in 2010, the Spanish author Javier Cercas won the second edition of the International Book Fair of Turin Prize with 2,388 votes (38% of voters). Second was the Algerian Assia Djebar with 2,136 votes, 34%, and third came the Indian Anita Desai with 1,749 votes, equivalent to 28 %.

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