Outsider Art Fair Announces 2015 New York Exhibitor List
We know it’s tough to think about 2015 already, but feast your eyes on the exhibitor list for New York’s Outsider Art Fair, which will take place January 29–February 1 at Chelsea’s Center548. This year’s edition will feature over 40 galleries from 23 cities and 7 countries.
The fair, which also runs in Paris, aims to give a platform to folk, outsider, and self-taught artists operating largely outside the mainstream sphere. “The Outsider Art Fair remains the singular event to see works by both celebrated and newly discovered self-taught artists from around the world,” said Rebecca Hoffman, Director of the Outsider Art Fair.
It will also be the last art fair to take place in the historic Chelsea building, as it was just sold to a new landlord (see “Owner of Former Dia Building Ousts Independent Fair and Zach Feuer“) who is giving the boot to the arts organizations. Center548 owner Daniel Kobin lamented to artnet News, “Everyone’s gearing towards the next Google, not towards arts organizations. Manhattan will soon be extinct.”
What a better way to bid adieu to the beloved building (and to Manhattan, apparently) than to enjoy work coming from a decidedly different perspective?
2015 New York Outsider Art Fair Exhibitor List:
Brazil, São Paulo: Galeria Estação
France, Paris: Hervé Perdriolle, Polad-Hardouin Art Contemporain
Haiti, Pétionville: Galerie Bourbon-Lally
Italy, Turin: Rizomi Art Brut
Japan, Tokyo: Gallery Kogure, Yukiko Koide Presents
United Kingdom, London: Rebecca Hossack Gallery, Henry Boxer Gallery
Austin: Garde Rail Gallery
Baltimore: C. Grimaldis Gallery
Berkeley: The Ames Gallery
Chattanooga: Tanner Hill
Chicago: Carl Hammer Gallery; Judy A. Saslow Gallery
Dallas: Chris Byrne
Iowa City: The Pardee Collection
Lexington, KY: Institute 193
Los Angeles: The Good Luck Gallery
Miami: Pan American Art Projects
New Haven: Fred Giampietro Gallery
New York: American Primitive Gallery, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Cavin-Morris Gallery, Galerie St. Etienne, The Gallery at HAI, Hirschl & Adler, Kent Fine Art, Louis B. James, Luise Ross Gallery, MAKE (Scott Ogden), Pure Vision Arts, Ricco Maresca Gallery
Philadelphia: Fleisher/Ollman Gallery
Plainview: Arte del Pueblo
Oakland: Creative Growth Art Center
Waxahachie: Webb Gallery
Wimberley: J. Compton Gallery
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