Tired of jetting to all parts of the globe to attend art fairs? Exhausted by miles of art on display? In the mood for just hanging close to home but still having the chance to see a great variety of art from all over the country and the world?
Gallery owner Anna Kustera has taken the suggestion of artist Maurizio Cattelan and is answering your prayers. In a refreshing twist on art fairs, she has organized THE WORLD’S SMALLEST ART FAIR, an event that will take place in the front window of the gallery’s ground floor space. It opens on Thursday, July 10th and remains on view for three weeks through August 1st. Approximately 50 galleries the world over will exhibit, including works from China, England, Germany, Holland, Italy, Spain as well as the USA.
All this art will be shown in the gallery’s 72 square foot fair space with no works larger than 12” x 12.” The inner rooms of the gallery will be converted into a VIP lounge complete with an information center designed by Ju$t Another Rich Kid and a video program of short performance related pieces organized by artist Alix Pearlstein.
The artwork will be displayed salon style and will be changed over the duration of the fair, giving visitors a wonderful opportunity to see – and buy – an enormous amount of art in the most convenient of fashions, all in one place. Just think - no plane delays or going through customs.
Participating Galleries: Annarumma404 Naples/Milan I Artfinder Galerie Hamburg I Artprojx Space London I Catharine Clark Gallery San Francisco I Country Club Cincinnati I Curator’s Office Washington I Ellis Rumley Projects London I Envoy Gallery New York I Alexander Gray Associates New York I Kavi Gupta Gallery Chicago I IAO Projects Salt Lake City I Lawrimore Project Seattle I Kim Light Gallery Los Angeles I Florence Lynch Gallery New York I Momenta Art Brooklyn I Non Permanent Gallery Turin I Pekin Fine Arts Beijing I Roberts & Tilton Los Angeles I Monya Rowe Gallery New York I Samson Projects Boston I Randall Scott Gallery Washington I SKL Gallery Palma de Mallorca I Fredric Snitzer Gallery Miami I Solomon Projects Atlanta I Michael Steinberg Fine Arts New York I Bernard Toale Gallery Boston I Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects New York I Torch Gallery Amsterdam I White Trash Contemporary Hamburg I Marcia Wood Gallery Atlanta
For additional information please contact the gallery at 212-989-0082.