This is the seventh edition of NADA New York.
NADA New York has a new location, Skylight Clarkson Square (550 Washington Street), for 2018. The fair takes place March 8-11. The fair's mission to support and cultivate new voices in contemporary art now has a 60,000 square foot venue to pursue that goal. The area has three separate studios.
This is the seventh edition of NADA New York.
Superfine! The Fair Head Back To Miami And New York While Adding Shows In Los Angeles And Washington D.C.
Superfine! The Fair returns to Miami and New York while adding art shows in Los Angeles and Washington D.C.
The Miami Fair at 56 N. 29th St from December 6 to 10, 2017 includes a midnight vernissage from 11:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, December 6. The fair will include 46 exhibitors (32 solo artists and 14 galleries) from all over the world. There will be 800 original works. In line with the fair's notion of "art for all," pieces range in price from $200 to $10,000.
The New York version will be during Frieze week (May, 2018). The D.C. fair will take place in the Dupont neighborhood in October 2018. The Los Angeles version will appear in January, 2019.
Find out more at the fair's website linked above.
Seattle Art Fair 2017 runs August 4 to 6 at CenturyLink Field Event Center (1000 Occidental Ave. S).
This year's festival features 88 exhibitors from 26 cities and nine countries. A large percentage of these galleries are from the Pacific Rim (not the monster movie...the area). This, to me, makes this fair distinct from what you see at many East Coast/Central USA fairs. There is a different flavor here when you look at the list of exhibitors (which you can do HERE).
There is also a slew of programming curated by artistic director, Laura Fried. You can see the programming HERE.
Superfine! Art Fair runs May 4 to 7, 2016 at 459 West 14th St., New York City (Meatpacking District). This is the fair's inaugural Frieze Week edition.
Superfine! The Fairest Fair was a highlight of Art Week in Miami. The funky, manageable fair with a range of artists who
some might call "outsiders" but who are really right in the middle of what contemporary art is all about. Or what it should be all about.
The NYC version will feature the Young Collectors' Ice Cream Social feat. DJ set (with live vocals) by Penguin Prison from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday May 5. There will, of course, be other happenings and you can find out about all of them HERE.
Check out our interview with Superfine! co-founder, Alex Mitow, HERE.
FRidGe Art Fair,"Fifty Shades of FRidGe" New York Edition #5 Announces Two New Venues May 3 To 6, 2017
FRidGe Art Fair, Fifty Shades of FRidGe, New York edition number five announces two new venues for the May 3 To 6, 2017 fair. Branded Saloon (603 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn) and Little NU FRidGe (85 Smith St., Brooklyn).
The latter is a pop up show at the NU Hotel curated by Michelle Hill and Susanna Thornton. For those who were at Miami's Art Week this is similar to the "Mini Fridge" at the Betsy Hotel. The main venue is a country western club in the heart of Brooklyn (who KNEW there was such a thing!).
Expect fun, cutting edge artwork. Founder Eric Ginsberg's work will also be represented. He paints cats and dogs and proceeds from his work goes to BARC (Brooklyn Animal Rescue Coalition).
FRidGe asks for donations but if you are strapped? They turn no one away. Find out more HERE.
Expo Chicago Announces 2nd Annual Art Critics Forum And Third Annual Curatorial Forum September 13 To 17, 2017
Expo Chicago announces 2nd annual Art Critics Forum and 3rd annual Curatorial Forum September 13 to 17, 2017. The critics forum, Criticism in the Post-Truth Era, features Ana Bilbao, Sarah Douglas, Kevin McGarry and Kenny Schachter. The forum is to be moderated by Christian Viveros-Fauné. The forum takes place from 5 to 6 p.m., Thursday, September 14, 2017
The Curatorial forum, developed by Expo and Independent Curators International, offers established and mid-career curators, both independent and working for institutions, a chance to discuss issues with their peers. There is also a panel, open to the public, that will give a glimpse into these discussions from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., Thursday, September 14, 2017.
Mikey Peterson, of Chicago, has a video, Born Again, at the BNL Media Art Festival at the Maxxi Museum in Rome beginning Tuesday, April 13 through Saturday April 17, 2016.
Find out more about the festival HERE, more about the museum HERE and more about Peterson HERE.
Expo Chicago Opens Friday, September 18, 2015--Chicago's Contemporary And Modern Art Show Fourth Year Begins!
Expo Chicago begins at 11 a.m. Friday, September 18, 2015 at Navy Pier. For the last three years Expo Chicago has brought a large scale fine art fair to Chicago.
in its fourth year the show features Contemporary and Modern Art and features 140 galleries from 16 countries.
The show also features Exposure, a section for younger galleries that allows them to be involved in a major
art show. The galleries here feature emerging artists.
There are also a slew of on-site programming you can find out about HERE.
Art Basel Hong Kong presents Encounters, 20 large scale art works. These are works that are too large for the confines of an art fair booth.
This year Encounters is curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor, Executive Director of Artspace in Sydney. Works include new pieces by David Claerbout, Dzine (Carlos Rolon), Taeyoon Kim, Zai Kuning, Yang Maoyuan, Dane Mitchell, Eko Nugroho, João Vasco Paiva, Shooshie Sulaiman, Gao Weigang and Zhao Zhao and previously works by Mikala Dwyer, Cao Fei, Siobhán Hapaska, Wang Keping, Hew Locke, Tallur L.N., Xu Longsen, Sterling Ruby and Lee Ufan.
If you are at the fair you will, no doubt, see the work.
The Chicago Artist's Coalition's Edition Chicago have announced the galleries for the upcoming event (September 19-21, 2014). Edition Chicago takes place at the same time as Expo Chicago, the city's exposition of contemporary and modern art. As I have mentioned before this holding of multiple events simultaneously makes Chicago more of an art destination.
Galleries at this year's Edition include; Chicago Artists Coalition (Chicago), Gallery 19 (Chicago), Steven Harvey (New York City), Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), Ochi Shop (Ketchum, Idaho), David Peterson Gallery (Minneapolis), The Pitch Project (Milwaukee), Andrew Rafacz Gallery (Chicago), Segura Arts Studio (South Bend, Indiana),THE MISSION (Chicago), Vertical Gallery (Chicago) and Yaupetec (Mexico City).
For more information head to chicagoartistscoalition.org.
Galleries, shows and more on ART. Part of the aim of this is to "demystify" art. You are allowed to enjoy art even if you weren't an art major in college.