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Hamptons Fine Arts Fair 2024 Features International Galleries


Now in its 18th year, the Hamptons Fine Arts Fair returns this summer, July 11th to the 14th. Taking place on 17 acres of the Southampton Fairgrounds, the Hamptons Fine Art Fair not only features top galleries from around the world, but also celebrates the history of the Hamptons place in fine arts and   iconic local artists such as Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning.

Exhibitors include:

  • Adamar Fine Arts
  • Art Unified
  • Blond Contemporary
  • Fay Gold Gallery
  • HAVOC Gallery
  • Philippe Labaune Gallery
  • Omer Tiroche Gallery
  • Ross Contemporary 

And many more.

For those that can’t attend the fair in person there is also a virtual version

Special events include Ben Miller Fly Cast Painting as  painter Ben Miller, from Montana creates a jaw-dropping huge plexiglass abstract painting of a local endangered waterway, to be auctioned off on July 14 to benefit the South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center in Bridgehampton. The Hamptons Artists Hall of Fame returns with a new lineup of esteemed inductees. The fair uncovers  select Hamptons- based artists ripe for major rediscovery. The La Fete Blanche – The White Party features a special performance by Annika Rhea, a New York based artist known for her performance painting technique Body Medium, where she creates complex large-scale abstract artworks with her body in motion.

To learn more, go to:

Hamptons Fine Arts Fair
July 11  - 14, 2024

Southampton Fairgrounds
605 County Rd 39
Southampton, NY 11968

The Other Art Fair Makes Art for Everyone


With a philosophy that art is for everyone the Other Art Fair combines affordable and original artworks and 120 independent artists with immersive installations, performances, and music. Running May 16th to 19th at ZeroSpace in Brooklyn, the fair features over 120 artists from around the world. The New Futures program is part of the fair continued mission to break down traditional barriers of the contemporary art world by giving prizing to talented, often underrepresented, emerging artists and featuring their work at the Other Art Fair

Special events during the fair include Get Nude Get Drawn, an exhibition led by artists Mike Perry and Josh Cochran which invites New Yorkers to pose for nude drawing sessions celebrating the human form. Live DJ sets include  DJ Grabba Ranks and Sunny Cheeba to Friday late with Takuya Nakamura & a special performance by Azumi. The fair also includes workshops for cartooning and neurographic drawing.

To learn more, go to:

The Other Art Fair
May 16 - 19, 2024

337-345 Butler Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217


NADA New York 2024: New Artists & Voices From Around the World

TJ Rinoski, “Deep End,” 2023

The 10th edition of the art fair NADA New York will take place Thursday, May 2nd through Sunday, May 5th at 548 West in West Chelsea’s gallery district. The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) organized the fair to feature selections from 92 galleries, art spaces, and non-profit organizations spanning 15 countries and 31 cities including Athens, Bucharest, Ghent, Montreal, New York, Portland, Warsaw, and Seoul. This year’s exhibitors list showcases 59 NADA Members and 34 first-time exhibitors. NADA includes both established artists as well as fresh up-and-comers.

The TD Bank Curated Spotlight, a special section at NADA New York 2024 organized by curator and writer Simon Wu. Curated Spotlight will feature five presentations from exhibiting galleries.

Participants include:

  • Emma Safir
  • Jongwan Jang
  • Dorian Reid
  • Kirsty Budge
  • Hunter Amos

NADA New York will also feature offsite events and panels. On Saturday, May 4th at 535 West 22nd Street, 4th Floor, Conversation: Transiciones features Sokio (Composer, Founder, and Artistic Director of New Latin Wave), C.J. Chueca (The Clemente Center Associate Director of Programs), and Sofía Shaula Reeser-del Rio (Artist and Curator) discussing the experience and intersection of migration and Latine art.

To learn more, go to:

NADA New York
May 2 - 5, 2024

548 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011


2024 Frieze New York Features Artists From Around the World at The Shed

Frieze New
York, the popular international art fair, returns May 1 to 5th at The Shed in NYC. Along with an extensive program of events and activations throughout the week, Frieze will display works from more than 60 leading galleries from 25 countries. Last year’s fest sold out so be sure to snag tickets while you can.

Exhibitors include: 303 Gallery, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Canada, Chapter NY, James Cohan, Gagosian, Gladstone Gallery, Alexander Gray Associates, Hauser & Wirth, Casey Kaplan, Karma, Anton Kern, Andrew Kreps Gallery, Matthew Marks Gallery, Ortuzar Projects, Pace Gallery and David Zwirner

Special presentations feature Matty Davis, who will perform a site-responsive work co-commissioned by High Line Art during Frieze Week. Performance Space New York will present a short film by Chella Man at The Shed, and marking the third year of collaboration, Artists Space will host a special off-site performance by composer Ellen Fullman

Alongside the solo presentations, participating galleries will show dual and themed presentations,
highlights of which include:

• A comprehensive look at Beverly Buchanan’s career, including her ’90s shack sculptures, ’80s
works on paper and ’70s Abstract Expressionist paintings, in a dual presentation with revered
self-taught artist Thornton Dial from Andrew Edlin Gallery.
• Commonwealth and Council’s curated presentation by Suki Seokyeong Kang, Beatriz Cortez
and Clarissa Tossin, who have all recently closed solo museum shows and share an interest in
the enmeshment of craft traditions and modern technologies.
• A dialogue between the works of Angolan artist Ana Silva and Brazilians Laura Lima and Vivian
Caccuri, whose practices use textile supports, presented by A Gentil Carioca.
• A multimedia group show from Stevenson featuring paintings from Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi’s
Stadium series, photographs from Mame-Diarra Niang’s Sama Guent Guii series, and two
sculptures by Bronwyn Katz.
• Mendes Wood DM’s presentation addressing forms of change through growth, memory,
abstraction and the sacred across the practices of Varda Caivano, Antonio Obá, Rosana Paulino
and Pol Taburet.

• A dual presentation featuring furniture and sculptures by Franz West and a range of works by
Nate Lowman, both known for their playful aesthetic and radical approach to formal concerns,
with David Zwirner.
• Pace with a dual presentation by Robert Mangold and Arlene Shechet, coinciding with the
latter’s solo exhibit at Storm King Art Center.
• Tina Kim Gallery’s group show including Pacita Abad, timed to coincide with her exhibition at

For those who can’t make it to the festival there is the Frieze Viewing Room. Free and open to all until May 10, 2024,  the Viewing Room brings the fair online to audiences from around the world to give people a look at what will be on show during Frieze.

To learn more, go to:

Frieze New York
May 1 - 5, 2024

The Shed
545 W 30th Street
New York, NY 10001

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