Seattle Art Fair Loses Gagosian, Gains Marlborough for Second Edition

Who signed on and who bailed out?

The Seattle Art Fair, 2015.
Photo: Tori Dickson.

After a buzzy first edition that drew giants like Gagosian, Pace, and Zwirner, the Seattle Art Fair will grow from a little over 60 exhibitors to more than 80 in its second edition, taking place August 4-7, 2016.

Big-time New York galleries Petzel and Marlborough have signed on for the sophomore outing, as well as galleries from far and near, including Adams and Ollman (Portland, Oregon), Tomio Koyama Gallery (Tokyo), and, also from New York, Pace/MacGill Gallery, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery.

But market titan Larry Gagosian isn’t on the exhibitor list. An email to his office requesting comment wasn’t immediately returned.

The exhibitor list follows:

101/EXHIBIT  West Hollywood

Abmeyer + Wood Fine Art  Seattle

ACA Galleries  New York

Adams and Ollman  Portland, Oregon

Alexandre Gallery  New York

Allan Stone Projects  New York

Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe  New York

Back Gallery Project  Vancouver

Backslash Gallery  Paris

Bridge Productions  Seattle

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery  New York

Catharine Clark Gallery  San Francisco

Charles A. Hartman Fine Art  Portland, Oregon

Charlie James Gallery  Los Angeles

CHOI&LAGER Gallery  Cologne

Claire Oliver Gallery  New York


David Zwirner  New York/London

Diane Rosenstein  Los Angeles

Donald Ellis Gallery  New York

Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art  New York

Forum Gallery  New York

Foster/White Gallery  Seattle

G. Gibson GallerySeattle

Gail Severn Gallery Ketchum

Galleri Urbane Dallas/Marfa

Gallery Jones  Vancouver

Gallery Luisotti  Santa Monica


Greg Kucera Gallery  Seattle

Gregory Lind Gallery  San Francisco

Henrique Faria Fine Art  Buenos Aires/New York

James Harris Gallery  Seattle

Jane Lombard Gallery  New York

Jason Jacques Inc.  New York

Jenkins Johnson Gallery  San Francisco/New York

Jerald Melberg Gallery  Charlotte

Jonathan Ferrara Galery  New Orleans

Kagedo Japanese Art  Orcas, Washington

Kaikai Kiki Gallery  Tokyo/New York


Mariane Ibrahim Gallery  Seattle

Marlborough Gallery  New York

Maxwell Davidson Gallery  New York

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery  New York

Mindy Solomon Gallery  Miami

Monte Clark Gallery  Vancouver

Muriel Guépin Gallery  New York

Nancy Hoffman Gallery  New York

Ohshima Fine Art  Tokyo

Other Criteria  New York/London

Pace Gallery  New York/Menlo Park/Beijing/Hong Kong/Paris/Palo Alto

Pace/MacGill Gallery  New York

Paul Kasmin Gallery  New York

Paul Thiebaud Gallery  San Francisco


Peter Mendenhall Gallery  Los Angeles

Petzel Gallery  New York

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery  New York/London

Richard Gray Gallery  Chicago

Richard Levy Gallery  Albuquerque

Roberts & Tilton  Culver City

Robischon Gallery  Denver, CO

Roq La Rue  Seattle, WA


RYAN LEE  New York


Sapar Contemporary  New York


SEASON  Seattle

Shoshana Wayne Gallery  Santa Monica

Steve Turner  Los Angeles

Sundaram Tagore Gallery  New York / Hong Kong / Singapore

Tamarind Institute Gallery  Albuquerque

Tandem Press  Madison

Tomio Koyama Gallery  Tokyo

Traywick Contemporary  Berkeley

Upfor  Portland, Oregon

Wildwood Press  St. Louis

Winston Wächter Fine Art  New York/Seattle

Woodside/Braseth Gallery  Seattle

Zieher Smith & Horton  New York

Zürcher Gallery  New York/Paris

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