Discover and buy artwork directly from future stars of the artworld in a curated showcase of 110 of the best emerging artists, all handpicked by a Selection Committee of art industry experts. With thousands of original artworks on offer and pieces starting from just $100, The Other Art Fair is the perfect place to grow your art collection.
Profit made from the Fair's VIP Benefit Preview ticket sales went directly towards Official Charity Partner Free Arts NYC.
Free Arts NYC provides underserved children with a unique combination of educational arts and mentoring programs that help them to foster the self-confidence and resiliency needed to realize their fullest potential.
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What’s it like to spend 23 hours a day in a cell measuring 6x9 feet for days, weeks, months or even years? '6x9' is the Guardian's first virtual reality experience, which places you inside a US solitary confinement prison cell and tells the story of the psychological damage that can ensue from isolation.
Celebrated hand poke tattoo artist Rosa Bluestone Perr of Bluestone Babe and the fair's expert Guest Illustrator Kaye Blegvad collaborated to create an unmissable tattoo experience.
Visitors could purchase unique tattoo designs created exclusively for the fair by Kaye and get tattooed by lady of the moment Bluestone Babe. Appointments made on a first come basis. Tattoos starting from $50.
Kaye Blegvad is an illustrator and general maker-of-things, born and raised in London and now based in Brooklyn. Her clients include the New Yorker, New York Times, Anthropologie, and Penguin Random House. As well as working as an illustrator, Kaye makes brass homewares, ceramic sculptures, a line of jewelry under the name Datter Industries, and runs Horizontal Press, a grubby small press.
Brolga is a Australian-born, Brooklyn-based illustrator and street artist. Brolga works extensively in the Greenpoint / Williamsburg area and is known for his bright, pop influenced murals and wheat paste characters.
As the Fair's Guest Emerging Curator Marina Gluckman curated a small section of the Fair showcasing work by talented New York artists, featuring Chelsea Cater, Cayman Robson, Hannah Plishtin, Mauricio Cortes, and Keiran Brennan Hinton.
Marina Gluckman is the founder and director of 6BASE, a rotating artist’s studio and exhibition program in the South Bronx dedicated to providing a platform for artists, both local and international, to realize and show their work. In addition to overseeing 6BASE, she co-curated People Who Work Here (2016) at David Zwirner in New York, where she has worked in the research and exhibitions department since 2012. She also helped organize OPEN16: Feargal Cunningham (2016) at FRONT art space in New York. Gluckman received her B.A. in Art History and Architectural Studies from Connecticut College in New London. She also studied modern and contemporary Spanish art in Madrid and worked at the Fundación Gala Salvador Dalí in Figueres. Gluckman was born and raised in New York.
Kennedy Yanko (b. 1988, St. Louis, MO) is an artist whose practice explores the primacy of the senses as a means to gain knowledge about the world and to achieve self-awareness. A dedicated practitioner of qi gong and yoga, Yanko often incorporates the movement of her body to create works—in some instances immersing her limbs or whole body under a rubber sheet onto which she tosses paint and “dancing” in a way that unpredictably alters the paint’s natural dispersal. Most recently, her three dimensional sculptural paintings have served as the basis for immersive environments in physical space and in virtual reality.
Unique and interactive installations by innovative and trailblazing local artists, including:
Enjoy refreshing craft beers and beer cocktails created by the masters at Sixpoint Brewery, plus a variety of delicious wine by supplied by Red Hook Winery.
While some historical records indicate Sixpoint Brewery was founded in 2004, the real birth of Sixpoint begins at the dawn of civilization. That is when the earliest societies began cultivating cereal grains to make fermented beverages, and the desire for excellence in the craft of brewing was forged. Even during the earliest civilizations, rich iconography had adorned various brewing vessels, and pictographs depicting the craft of brewing were rife with symbolism. One symbol has transcended and survived throughout the ages - the Sixpoint Brewers' star.
Launched in New York City by legendary energy magnate, T. Boone Pickens, and former mayor, Mike Bloomberg, Neapolitan Express started by creating the first eco-friendly food truck, powered by Clean Energy Fuels. Neapolitan Express' business model encompasses the fast casual dining movement in the culinary world and the sustainable, environmental, and social responsibility movement of today's consumer. Our mantras "Fast food should be good food" and "Doing well by doing good" guide the decisions we make, from choosing only the highest quality organic, 100% non-GMO ingredients to our commitment to cleaner, greener planet.
Fair Partners and Greenpoint locals Cafe Grumpy offer their delicious coffees and teas to Fair visitors.
Cafe Grumpy opened their first cafe location on a quiet street in the Industrial Business Zone of Greenpoint, Brooklyn in 2005. As an independently owned and operated coffee company, they are proud to have grown to eight retail locations throughout New York City and in-house coffee roastery.
They strive to promote specialty coffee from sourcing to roasting to brewing in a socially and environmentally responsible manner by maintaining transparency and developing positive relationships with the people they work with along every step of the process.
Younger visitors can unleash their artistic flair and participate in creative art activities and crafty challenges suitable for all ages.
Children under 16-years enjoy complimentary entry to the Fair and must be accompanied by an adult.