Fair  September 10, 2019  Jeremy Howell

A Sneak Peek of Superfine! NYCx3: (wo)man, myth, and Magick Fairs

Superfine!

Clecio Lira, "Birds."

A new kind of contemporary art fair is coming to New York City in 2020. Superfine! NYCx3: (wo)man, myth, & Magick consists of 3-consecutive full scale fairs, each uniquely curated within an overarching theme. The first show, (wo)man, will launch NYCx3 by centering the female perspective and will feature 60 women artists working across all visual mediums. The next show, myth, will showcase vast and diverse explorations of Surrealist ideas and modern mythologies. The final show in the trifecta of fairs, Magick, is a celebration of all things queer. A platform to elevate LGBTQIA+ voices, directly connect with collectors, and make sales at a large-scale, commercial art fair. Triple the fairs, triple the artists, triple the art. There’s something for everyone.

Click through the slideshow below to see some of the incredible work that will be on display at these fairs!

Sareytales - 'Be Expire' - 11x14
Superfine!

Sareytales, Be Expire.

Michaela Japec - 'She goes both ways'
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Michaela Japec, She goes both ways.

Trent Call - 'Classical Pose 1' - mixed media on panel
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Trent Call, Classical Pose 1.

Kelle Ramsey - 'UntitledVIII'
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Kelle Ramsey, UntitledVIII.

Michelle Christensen - 'Penelope Thinks'
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Michelle Christensen, Penelope Thinks.

About the Author

Jeremy Howell

Jeremy Howell is the Co-Founder and Editor of Art & Object. 

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