20 Dec, 2022


For the 2023 New York Edition of the Outsider Art Fair, 64 exhibitors are confirmed

By FactsWow Team

Edition published in New York

At the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan, March 2–5, 2023, Outsider Art Fair will host 64 exhibitors at its New York edition.

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Australia-based projects

Feheley Fine Arts from Toronto, Kishka Gallery from Vermont, and Emilia Galatis Projects from Australia are all first-timers.

Credits: Feheley Fine Arts

Disabilities of development

Additionally, numerous booths will be devoted to workshops and ateliers working with disabled artists, including artists with developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and physical disabilities.

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The edition of the year

This year's edition of Outsider Art Fair, now in its 31st year, will follow what people have come to expect, says owner Andrew Edlin.

Credits: Artnet News

A strange occurrence

In this space, there's always something new being discovered, something unusual being discovered. It's not like a commodities exchange.

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Passion drives dealers

In some ways, we're the only game in town because these dealers are passionate about what they do, not because they see dollar signs.

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A new addition was announced

The fair has also announced the addition of Sofa Lanusse as its director; she was previously director of the Paris fair of the Outsider Art Fair.

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Maintaining a goal

As Lanusse said in an interview, the fair already presents self-taught, folk, naive, and outsider art. I aim to continue giving these terms space to show the importance of their work and artists.

Credits: ARTnews

Highlights of the artwork

'We Are Birds' is a poster-only section featuring contemporary and self-taught artists whose artwork features bird imagery.

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The artists were chosen

Several artists were selected, including Fred Tomaselli, Bill Traylor, William Edmondson, Minnie Evans, William Hawkins, and several others.

Credits: Art Works for Change

Benefiting the community

A nod to Poster's Birdsong Project, which he founded to benefit the National Audubon Society during the pandemic.

Credits: The Guardian

Highlights should continue

he fair will continue highlighting the importance of self-taught artists and outsiders in the art world, as in previous editions.

Credits: InStyle

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