• Post author:
  • Post category:News

 The Outsider Art Fair, the only fair dedicated to Self-Taught Art, Art Brut and Outsider Art, announced the exhibitor list for its 27th New York edition, taking place January 17-20, 2019 at The Metropolitan Pavilion. The fair will showcase 67 exhibitors, representing 37 cities from 7 countries, with 8 first-time galleries.


This year, OAF will host two of its hallmark Curated Spaces. Good Kids: Underground Comics from China will feature zines and original drawings created by Chinese artists. A second Curated Space will serve as an homage to the late dealer Phyllis Kind. The presentation will feature works by various artists with whom Kind was associated, including Adolf Wölfli, Martín Ramírez and Domenico Zindato.


Among first-time exhibitors, Julie Saul (New York), will present vernacular photographs by legendary artists Morton Bartlett and Miroslav Tichý, and will also introduce works by Siberian self-taught photographer Nikolay Bakharev. Maccarone (Los Angeles + New York) will present a solo exhibition of political drawings by Jim Carrey, including new material created after the midterm elections.


See exhibitor list below.


Maria Gugging: galerie gugging;
Beijing: Almost Art Project
Paris: Galerie Hervé Perdriolle; Saint Sever du Moustier: Galerie Pol Lemétais;
Tokyo: Atsuko Barouh, Yukiko Koide Presents;
South Korea
Seogwipo, Jeju Island: Korea Art Brut;
United Kingdom
London: Raw Vision, SARDAC;
Manchester: Jennifer Lauren Gallery; Surrey: Henry Boxer Gallery;
United States
Claremont, CA: First Street Gallery
Los Angeles: Good Luck Gallery, Maccarone
Oakland: Creative Growth Art Center, Tolna Searle Projects
and Krowswork
Oxnard, CA: Esperanza Projects
San Francisco: Creativity Explored
Summerland, CA: Just Folk
Kent, CT: James Barron Art
New Haven: Fred Giampietro Gallery
Palm City, FL: Galerie Bonheur
Atlanta: Mason Fine Art
Clayton, GA: Main Street Gallery
Iowa City: The Pardee Collection
Boise, ID: Stewart Gallery
Chicago, IL: Carl Hammer Gallery, Project Onward
Birmingham, MI: Hill Gallery
Brooklyn, NY: LAND Gallery / NAP Projects, Steven S. Powers, Phyllis Stigliano Art Projects, Winter Works on Paper
East Hampton, NY: Norman Brosterman Wilsonville
Kingston, NY: One Mile Gallery
New York City: Peg Alston Fine Art, American Primitive Gallery, Antillean, Cavin-Morris Gallery, Dutton, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Fountain House Gallery, God’s Love We
Deliver, Marion Harris, Hirschl; Adler Modern, Humbaba Fine Art, Joshua Lowenfels Works of Art, Mariposa Unusual Arts, Pure Vision Arts, Ricco/Maresca Gallery, Julie Saul Gallery, SHRINE
Columbus, OH: Lindsay Gallery
Philadelphia: Fleisher/Ollman Gallery
Wynnewood, PA: Center for Creative Works
Chattanooga, TN: Tanner-Hill Gallery
Memphis, TN: Tops Gallery;
Austin, TX: SAGE Studio
Dallas, TX: Chris Byrne;
Rochester, VT: BigTown Gallery
Bainbridge Island, WA: Nisqually Gallery
Milwaukee, WI: Portrait Society Gallery.