Exclusive: Here’s the Full Exhibitor List for the Affordable Art Fair New York

The Affordable Art Fair has released the exhibitor list for its 2018 New York fair and Art Zealous has the exclusive first look!

 

The Affordable Art Fair NYC will return to the Metropolitan Pavilion to kick off the fair’s spring 2018 edition from March 22 through March 25, with its signature Private View opening event on March 21 from 6pm-9pm. The list of exhibitors includes more than 70 local, national and international galleries who will showcase artworks from more than 300 emerging, mid-career and established artists. With two fair editions held annually, Affordable Art Fair NYC offers visitors the opportunity to browse original contemporary paintings, sculptures, photographs and prints ranging from $100 to $10,000.

 

The exhibitor list includes 13 international galleries from countries like Thailand, Australia, Argentina, and the US, with nearly one-quarter hailing from the Big Apple. The fair will welcome back veterans such as Art Angler (New York, NY), DECORAZONgallery (Dallas, TX & London, United Kingdom), EYE BUY ART (Toronto, Canada), Eyestorm (London, United Kingdom), La Lanta Fine Art (Bangkok, Thailand), Lilac Gallery (New York, NY), Manifold Editions (London, United Kingdom), and PUBLIC HOUSE OF ART (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).

 

“Our strong community of international galleries continues to grow and, as we celebrate our 25th fair edition this spring, our visitors can look forward to a diverse range of fresh artists and artworks to suit every taste,” says Cristina Salmastrelli, Director of the spring edition of Affordable Art Fair NYC. “With a primary goal being to continue to educate our patrons, we mine through hundreds of applications, aiming to choose galleries we believe exhibit a solid market range. This way, we can successfully expose visitors to the current, relevant and ever-changing art market of today.”

 

See the full list of exhibitors below:

 

Alicia David Contemporary Art, London, United Kingdom

Alida Anderson Art Projects, Washington, D.C.

Art Angler, New York, NY

The Art Movement, London, United Kingdom

ArtBlue Studio, Singapore & Vietnam

ArtDog London, London, United Kingdom

Artered Gallery, Barcelona, Spain

Artêria Gallery, Bromont, Canada

Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA

ArtStar, New York, NY

Axiom Contemporary, Santa Monica, CA

Beaux-arts des Amériques, Montréal, Canada

Boulderton Contemporary Art, Miami, FL

Byard Art, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Capital Culture Gallery, Norwich, United Kingdom

Carina Haslam Art, Great Missenden, United Kingdom

CHIEFS & SPIRITS, The Hague, The Netherlands

Connect Contemporary, Atlanta, GA

Cube Gallery, London, United Kingdom

DECORAZONgallery, Dallas, TX and London, United Kingdom

Elisa Contemporary Art, Riverdale, NY

Emmanuel Fremin Gallery, New York, NY

Escarlata Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina

EYE BUY ART, Toronto, Canada

Eyestorm, London, United Kingdom

Fahey.Bodell.Umbrella Arts Gallery, New York, NY

Feral Fine Art, Edmonton, Canada

galerie Barrou Planquart, Paris, France

Galerie Envie d’Art, Paris, France

galerie juliane hundertmark, Berlin, Germany

Genuine Global Company, Seoul, South Korea

Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Harris Stanton Gallery, Cleveland, OH

Imlay Gallery, Montclair, NJ

Inart Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

JCamejo Art, Long Island City, NY & Miami, FL

JEALOUS, London, United Kingdom

Julio Valdez Project Space, New York, NY

Krause Gallery, New York, NY

La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand

LAMONT|STEWART ART PROJECTS, Toronto, Canada

The Lawley Art Group, Dallas, TX

Liberty and Gas Gallery, London, United Kingdom

Lilac Gallery, New York, NY

LINDA BLACKSTONE, London, United Kingdom

Lustre Contemporary, Toronto, Canada

Manifold Editions, London, United Kingdom

Michele Mariaud gallery, New York, NY

One Kings Lane, New York, NY

Palma Arte, Piacenza, Italy

PH2 Gallery, London, United Kingdom

Pippin Contemporary, Sante Fe, NM

PUBLIC HOUSE OF ART, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Quantum Contemporary Art, London, United Kingdom

Retrospect Galleries, Byron Bay, Australia

RHG NYC, New York, NY & London, United Kingdom

Ronen Art Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Soraya Cartategui Fine Art, Madrid, Spain & New York, NY

Spence Gallery, Toronto, Canada

standARTe, Madrid, Spain

Strange Tracey, Hastings, United Kingdom

Sugarlift, New York, NY

TAG Fine Arts, London, United Kingdom

The Tolman Collection of Tokyo, New York, NY & Tokyo, Japan

Uprise Art, New York, NY

VAN RENSBURG GALLERIES, Chai Wan, Hong Kong

Vietnamese Contemporary Fine Art, New York, NY

Villa del Arte Galleries, Barcelona, Spain & Amsterdam, The Netherlands

VK GALLERY, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Will’s Art Warehouse, London, United Kingdom

Woolff Gallery, London, United Kingdom

ZK Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

The Affordable Art Fair is on view at Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, New York, March 22–25, 2018. You can purchase tickets here.

 


top image // courtesy of Affordable Art Fair

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