[Sponsored Listing] Superfine Art Fair Los Angeles announce a call for artists. Meet your next collector. Begin your journey with a booth at Superfine Art Fair in LA on February 3-6, 2022. Booths are 70% sold out.
Enter by 2 Feb 2022
Are you frustrated by marketing your art or struggling to connect with buyers and art collectors?
Superfine Art Fair Los Angeles is the next step in your journey as an artist. Unlike most conventional art fairs, Superfine removes the exorbitant barriers to entry and maintains the highest quality of marketing for individual artists. Whether you are seeking guidance on curation or pricing, Superfine is actively involved in your success.
Artists receive expert advice on the curation and marketing of their art work. If you aren’t confident about your pieces, then your art immediately becomes more difficult to sell. At every Superfine Art Fair event, artists are assisted to ensure connections are made and goals are reached. In addition to the private assistance, Superfine brings in pre-qualified buyers to the fair – those with disposable incomes and desire to buy art. Free webinars and seminars are held throughout the duration of the fair and the Artist Business Plan Podcast serve as other means of educating artists.
“The fair itself was an amazing experience, the atmosphere was so welcoming and warm. I met a lot of buyers, interested gallery owners and public art representatives as well as brilliant fellow artists and the very juicy cherry on top was that I sold 13 pieces over the 4 days! On top of that I also sold 2 more pieces after the fair had finished thanks to being on the Superfine website. It felt like I was part of a great family and I can’t wait for the next one!” -Valerie Auersperg, Superfine Exhibitor
“The art-world antidote to ‘the bloated, oversized art fair model.’” -Sarah Cascone & Caroline Goldstein, Artnet
“Giving the traditional model of selling and acquiring art a run for its money.” – Sam Manzella, Logo’s NewNowNext
“Superfine isn’t a traditional art fair.” – Amanda Lauren, Forbes
About Superfine Art Fair
From East to West, Superfine is all over the map. They started with Superfine art fairs in NYC and Miami and quickly expanded to the first DC art fair in October 2018. Shortly afterward, they brought their unique approach to art fairs to LA and San Francisco. In every city, they connect top local and global artists to an art-hungry populous eager to discover new artists and their work. What’s up next? Art fairs in Seattle, Dallas, and Chicago are coming up in the future. Stay tuned as Superfine Art Fair continues to grow into one of the best art fairs in the US.
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[Sponsored Listing] Applications are now open for the Fall edition of The Other Art Fair Los Angeles, a leading fair for emerging and independent artists. The fair will take place from September 23-26, 2021 at Barker Hangar.
Each applicant is carefully considered by the selection committee. The judges take time to look at the submitted works, CV, and artist statement.
Deadline: 30 Jun 2021
Applications are free and non-binding. Participation fees start at $2,375 +tax for a 16 linear foot booth.
If successful, your Fair Package will include:
- A booth at The Other Art Fair Los Angeles in-person at Barker Hanger, Santa Monica
- Inclusion in an Online Studios e-commerce platform pre- and post- Fair
- Support from a dedicated team in preparation for and following the Fair
- Meet gallerists, collectors, and enthusiastic art buyers face-to-face
- 130,000 art lover database, all who receive regular e-newsletters
- 1.25 Million combined social media followers across the platforms of Saatchi Art and The Other Art Fair
- Access to pre-Fair preparation workshops in operations, marketing, and curation, led by the Fair team
- Lifetime membership of The Other Art Fair’s Artist Community, with access to insider newsletters, professional networking, and social events
- Invite to the exhibitor-only Facebook Community
About The Other Art Fair
The Other Art Fair was born from a realization of the disparity between art lovers eager to discover the next big thing and talented artists struggling to gain recognition. Ten years on, 2021 and beyond will see The Other Art Fair entering a new digital chapter. Alongside the onsite events we all love, The Other Art Fair is launching a forward-thinking online experience using virtual reality, augmented reality, and live streaming. This global initiative will give art lovers year-round access to buying and interacting with today’s leading emerging artists.
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The ART of Infertility announces a call for artists for the exhibit, “Reimagining Reproduction: The ART of Infertility in Los Angeles.” The exhibit will run June 9 – 30, 2018 at Venice Arts, Marina del Rey. The ART of Infertility is partnering with Dr. Paul Turek, The Turek Clinics in Beverly Hills and San Francisco, to host an interactive art event. This event is the highlight of a national awareness campaign for Men’s Health Month.
Deadline: 25 May 2018
Our opening reception will be held on June 9th from 5:30 – 8:30 pm.
The artwork chosen will tell the stories of reproduction reimagined. It will highlight pieces reflecting both the experiences of those with infertility and those who must use assisted reproductive technology to build their families. The ART of Infertility is especially interested in sharing artwork telling the stories of men, single parents by choice, and those in the LGBTQ+ community.
We invite artists who have personal experience with non-traditional family building through assisted reproductive technology as well as those who have experienced reproductive loss, including infertility, miscarriage and stillbirth. The ART of Infertility invites artists who do not have personal experience, but have been inspired to create around this theme, to submit their artwork for exhibition.
Original artwork that has been created around themes of reproductive loss and on-traditional family building through assisted reproductive technologies will be considered. Works may be executed in any medium, and in a two- or three-dimensional format. Share the silenced stories of infertility and non-traditional family building in Los Angeles.
Reimagining Reproduction Artist Benefits
Artists participating in Reimagining Reproduction will benefit from publicity from a nation-wide awareness campaign via Men’s Health Network. Artists may sell their work and share their story. They will raise awareness about reproductive health, reproductive loss, and mental health. In particular, in underserved communities such as people of color, men, and the LGBT community. They will give those attending the event an opportunity to share the experiences of reproductive loss with their friends and family. Help diminish stigmas around reproductive health, particularly with infertility and mental health, particularly among men. Artists will have the opportunity to have their artwork travel in subsequent The ART of Infertility exhibits.
About The ART of Infertility
Infertility (IF) has been described as a culturally stigmatizing and invisible disease. The ART of Infertility is a national arts organization based in Michigan. Founded in 2014, they curate innovative and emotionally provoking art exhibits to portray the realities, pains, and joys of living with IF. They design engaging curriculums to host art and writing workshops. The ART of Infertility plans educational, outreach events. They advocate for infertility rights. Most of all, they provide support for those living in the shadows of infertility. Through art, they break the silence around reproductive grief and push back against common misconceptions. They invite you to join in the fight to make infertility visible.
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