The Association of Women Art Dealers is delighted to share that three AWAD member galleries are participating in the Fall edition of the Affordable Art Fair – Fall. The AAF, takes place at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea from September 20 – 24, 2023.
When you visit Affordable Art Fair NYC you’ll find an inspiring and friendly atmosphere where you can browse thousands of original contemporary paintings, sculptures, photographs and prints showcased by a myriad of local, national and international exhibitors. With contemporary artwork by over 400 established artists and rising stars, and price points ranging from $100 to $12,000 – there is something to suit every taste and wallet whether you are a first-time art buyer or a seasoned collector.
Decorazon Gallery has a stunning line up of talent and brand new artworks at the fair. They are presenting work by new artists Liz Barber, Patrizia Casagranda and Dan Parry-Jones; as well as Rosie Emerson, Kazaan Viveiros, Hugo G. Urrutia, Guillaume Cornet, Alberto Sanchez and Tim Nikiforuk. The gallery can be found at Stand B2.
Arteria Gallery from Bromont Canada is bringing an amazing roster of artists. They include Sylvie Adams, Alban, Marie-Josée Bergeron, Pascale Bouchard, Danae Couture, Denitza, Frank Desgagnés, Amélie Desjardins, Diane Desrochers, Sébastien Lajoie, Eric Nado, Damilola Odusote, “Pure evil”, and Zut. The gallery can be found at stand D22.
Insight Art Space is pleased to present the works of six female contemporary artists. They are delighted to exhibit fluorescent figurative work by Australian artist Meli Axford, sculptures by French artists Gaëlle Hintzy-Marcel and Béatrice Bizot, abstract art by artist and photographer Carole Jury, paper clay by multidisciplinary artist Esther Rosa, and acrylic works of the female body by emerging artist Faustine Badrichani! These choices are part of their mission to support international female artists whose stories form contemporary art today. They can be found at stand E9. And by way of FYI, Affordable Art Fair NYC Fair Director, Erin Schuppert, selected work by Faustine Badrichani as one of her picks of the show. Saying “Faustine Badrichani explores femininity through her paintings and sculptures of the female body, often from unique perspectives. This work catches a young woman in a private, intimate moment of either dressing or undressing. Badrichani depicts her subject with a tenderness, making it sensual, but not voyeuristic.”