Laura Gigliotti

A Melting Pot of Affordable Art

They say New York City is a melting pot—a city more diverse than almost any other in the world. If my recent visit to the Affordable Art Fair (AAF) was any indication of the validity of that statement, I’d say it’s a fact undeniable to even the harshest skeptic. From September 9th through September 13th, […]

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Terao Katsuhiro cover

The Unconventional Beauty in Japanese Art Brut

Google Maps declares that my destination is on the left. I frantically lower the volume on my phone, anxiously press the home button to closeout the app, and pretend like I didn’t need any automated assistance getting to my destination. It’s Chelsea, after all—a trendy Manhattan neighborhood known as New York’s premier contemporary-art district—and I […]

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Frieze_Allyson Vieira cover

Fairing Well: Frieze New York Draws the Crowds

Ask any Gothamite what comes to mind when they hear Randall’s Island, and you’ll probably get the same response: Governors Ball. But the wildly popular music festival wasn’t what people were talking about last month, when Frieze Art Fair arrived in New York City. For four straight days (May 14-17), Randall’s Island became less about […]

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Piero Manrique

Affordable Art Fair | March 25-29, 2015 | NYC

Walk into the Affordable Art Fair for an afternoon of browsing and buying, and find yourself transfixed by the many paintings and drawings, photographs and sculptures that line the walls of The Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. It’s not long before you realize you’ve traveled the world in a single afternoon. First stop? A […]

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