Affordable Art Fair New York Announces Fall Fair Highlights

The Affordable Art Fair New York returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion this fall, featuring presentations from 76 local, national, and international galleries.

In addition to thousands of artworks presented by its cohort of exhibitors, the Affordable Art Fair celebrates the growth of its Fellowship Program. Affordable Art Fair has selected Brooklyn-based gallery Eleventh Hour Art to join Established Gallery as fellows this fall. Further, the fair welcomes Artlogic as title partner, lending valuable support, financial resources, and business development opportunities to fellows and Affordable Art Fair exhibitors.

Eleventh Hour Art will exhibit a two-artist presentation featuring artworks by Ginger Snow, a Brooklyn-based painter whose work is rooted in childhood and nostalgia; and Yung-wu, a Korean-American abstract painter whose work reflects on her lifelong journey in reconciling her hyphenated cultural identity.

Additional highlights include Wednesday’s Private View, an exclusive first look at the fair with complimentary drinks by New Belgium and Loverboy; and Thursday’s Donation for Admission, with free entry offered to visitors who donate new or gently-used art supplies that will be distributed to New York public schools by fair partner Materials for the Arts.

A newly envisioned Art After Dark presented by Union Square Travel Agency on Friday welcomes CBD-infused social tonics from Cann, traditional seltzer beverages by the Brooklyn Seltzer Boys, and an interactive exhibition presented by Arts Gowanus.

On Saturday, the fair launches its new program: The Artist Is In. Artists exhibited at the fair are invited on-site to engage directly with fair visitors who seek to learn more about their work.

Stroller Hours returns on Sunday from 10am to 2pm, offering arts and crafts programs led by fair partner The Babysitting Company, Lalo Play Kits, and healthy snacks provided by Grillo’s Pickles.

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