The always-bustling and highly anticipated Affordable Art Fair NYC returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion to kick off the fair’s Fall 2018 edition from September 27th to September 30th, with its signature Private View opening event on September 26th from 6pm-9pm.
Affordable Art Fair NYC welcomes over 70 local, national and international exhibitors to showcase original contemporary work from over 300 contemporary artists. Diverse artworks range between $100 to $10,000.
Events include Artmaking Workshops, live performances from New Camerata Opera, a Young Talent Exhibition and a Limited Edition Print by Adam Bridgland.
New Camerata Opera performing Lesley Dill's opera Divide Light at Dixon Place in New York this spring. Image courtesy of New
Camerata Opera. Photography by Skyler Smith
“We are excited to be highlighting the next generation of US galleries at our upcoming
edition, as well as welcoming back the 42 returning galleries from around the world that form the strong core of Affordable Art Fair NYC.
It is important for us that we create an open, friendly, educative and fun environment in which visitors can enjoy and buy art, no matter if they’re seasoned art collectors or have never interacted with art.
Our exhibitors share the belief that art should be accessible to everyone with us and we are excited about the fresh program they are bringing to this fair.”
-Vanessa Seis, Affordable Art Fair NYC Fall Director
Adam Bridglandx 2, Gavin Benjamin, Chris Albert, David Farrenand Dan Piech
The Non-Violence Art Project has also collaborated with creatives including Paul McCartney, Johnny Johansson, and Yoko Ono to design a series of limited-edition sculptures available at the fair.
Exhibitors include: Azart Gallery, New York, NY, Emigre Collection, Tokyo, Japan and TAG Fine Arts, London, United Kingdom.