Julian Stanczak, Early Brim, Silkscreen on Plastic, $4675. Harris Stanton Gallery, Cleveland. (All Photos By Gail)
The fall edition of the Affordable Art Fair is going on right now at the Metropolitan Pavilion in the Flatiron District. We made a run through during Wednesday night’s Private View and found these fun Pink Artworks that will give you an idea of what you can find to bring home with you at this vibrant, priced-to-own fair!
Moonlight By Arthit Pansuay, $3300. A Gallery, Hong Kong
Edie Nadelhaft, BLTC: I <3 U, $1400. Art Star Online.
Louise Marler, VokarcamERA – Pink on Aperture (Fuji C-Print Light Box), $1380. Bruce Lurie Gallery, Los Angeles.
Poodle By Ross Bonfanti, $1400. Rebecca Hossack Online.
Damien Hirst, Quisqualic Acid, $4550 (Signed and Numbered By the Artist). Manifold Editions, London, UK.
(Above and Below) Matthew Lapenta, Emoji Series, $7500 each. Axiom Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.
A Glittering Moment By Yu Na Kang, $730. Sia Gallery, NYC.
Melissa Tseng, Blushed (Encaustic on Panel), $760.
Victor Spinelli, Circus Circus $1, $2900. Emmanuel Fremin Gallery, NYC.
Pink Bike By Sergio Garcia. The Lawley Art Group, Dallas, TX.
Andy McKenzie, Candy. Bleach Box Gallery, London, UK.
The Affordable Art Fair Runs Through Sunday, October 2nd at the Metropolitan Pavilion, Located at 125 West 18th Street in Manhattan. More Information, such as Hours and Admission Charges, is available at This Link!
Do you like art and, also, drugs? I sure do. Generation X by NY-based artist Edie Nadelhaft is comprised of 9 individual, over-sized glass capsule sculptures — each filled with colorful plastic balls and emblazoned with familiar Social Media acronyms and emoticons — which are part of the artist’s Better Living Thru Chemistry series. You can see more of Nadelhaft’s work from that series at This Link!
Photographed at Lyons Wier Gallery, 542 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10011.