Verge Brooklyn Art Fair | Details

Will you be attending the Verge Brooklyn Art Fair next week?  If so, I would love to meet you – please find my booth with the Brooklyn Art Project. The format of this fair is unprecedented as it will be taking over all of DUMBO.  You can find us with the other gallery exhibitors at 81 Front Street or One Main Street.  There are several curated exhibits as well as artist run booths in 111 Front Street.  Galapagos will be hosting the opening night gala.

Entry to the fair is free!  Check out their website for all the details.  If you’ve got a moment, let me know if you’ll be coming by RSVPing on our Facebook event page.

UPDATE:  Please visit us in booth #3 at 81 Front Street!

Raghava KK | The Dark's Her Bone | acrylic on canvas | 65 X 65in

TOMORROW’S ART TODAY: THE INAUGURAL ART BROOKLYN
Coming Thursday, March 3, Verge Art Brooklyn invites you to experience a paradigm shift in art fairs as we know them, a show that recovers the standard of an art fair as a platform for presenting the best work by living artists. Art Brooklyn throws open the doors for attendees to a whole new universe of artists, music, art, and community. Verge Art Brooklyn is proud to announce a list of exhibitors that includes gallery exhibitors, resident DUMBO galleries and Brooklyn Art Now participants for a combined total of over seventy gallery exhibitors at nine locations, nearly forty participants for “Material Issue: Artist’s Projects Spaces” and fifty artists for “Tomorrow Stars: The Art Brooklyn Open Call Exhibition.” Chosen by a distinguished panel of jurors, “Tomorrow Stars” represents the brightest and best Brooklyn has to offer, as selected by Courtney Wendroff of the Brooklyn Arts Council, artist and former president of the NYC chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers Stephen Mallon, blogger and art critic Steve Kaplan, and Danny Simmons, chairman of the NYC chapter of the National Conference of Artists. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own the work of tomorrow’s stars today!

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