All Photos By Gail
Whether you’re an experienced art collector, a new investor looking for pieces with a personal resonance to enliven your home decor, or an art fan just looking for ideas, the Affordable Art Fair, which makes a biannual stop in Manhattan, is a must-attend event. Art Galleries come from around the globe to offer something for every taste beyond what you can find in the NYC galleries.
The AAFNY made its Fall stop at the Metropolitan Pavilion event space from September 14th through the 17th, but we made the scene for the Press Preview on Wednesday and hit each both in the search of the best Pink Art (which includes art in varying shades of pink, and art with pink as a secondary color), which is how we break it down. Enjoy!
The Recent Graduate Exhibition, displayed in the exterior and entry lobbies of the Metropolitan Pavilion, is a dedicated platform that supports emerging artists and curators within the contemporary art community. This fall, AAFNY featured two artists, one being New York-based sculptor Devra Freelander’s minimalist works like the one you see above.
Also chosen for this honor was Natalie Baxter, whose contribution, a series called Warm Gun, consisted of a colorful array of soft gun and firearm sculptures, each with a unique patchwork fabric construction. Topical!
Brett Goldstar’s I Love Plastic at Tag Fine Arts of London
An Art Fair wouldn’t be complete with the world’s most overly-licensed image of the late Marilyn Monroe showing up in multiple incarnations. We love this one though for its subtle incorporation of pop culture icons as part of the mosaic matrix that makes up her face. Take a look below.
Fun! Here’s another section.
You could make game of trying to be the one who can accurately identify the most faces! Even better: make it a Drinking Game!
Rock ‘n’ Roll Tribute By Josefina Wendel Carlsson at Agora Gallery, NYC
Hanna Moore, Always, at Lustre Contemporary, a Virtual Gallery which specializes in work by Canadian Artists.
Steve Harris, Wyoming Moon at Paint Box Gallery, New York City
Cosmogonia Rosa By Isabelita Valdecasas at Soraya Cartategui, Spain
Brickbrick By Chang-Hwan Park at Ginuine Global Company, Seoul, South Korea
Unidentified Art from Studio Paradise, Dubai, UAE
Lac Rose By Fei Alexeli at Retrospect Galleries, Australia
In-Gong, Cosmic Dust 2, at Ginuine Global Company
Morning 7 by Unknown Artist at Ginuine Global Company
Madeleine Lamon0t, Scented Garden Suite, at Lamont Stewart Art Projects of Toronto
Coeur De Soldat Pollock (Heart Of Soldier Pollock ) by Stéphane Gautier (Galerie Barrou Planquart, Partis) is made up of thousands of tiny Pink Army Men.
Coeur De Soldat Pollock, Detail
Continuing with Gautier‘s use of miniatures as a signature motif, the artist also likes to work with plastic Gummy Bear replicas adhered to his canvases, as seen in the above work, Happy Mind Happy Life.
Anna Barlow’s Vanilla Candy Cup Cone at London-based Kahn Gallery
And that’s a wrap for this year! See you again the Spring of 2018 for more Affordable Pink Art!
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