Superfine! D.C. art fare, which will showcase artworks by local and emerging artists, will be held in the Union Market of Washington, D.C. from October 31st to November 4th.
New artworks by over 300 visual artists from D.C. and other cities will be displayed on 70 curated booths at the fare. The price for artworks will start from $100, and 75 percent of artworks will be priced below $5,000.
Panel discussions, art movie nights and VR experiences are also part of the fare.
Artist James Miille and arts entrepreneur Alex Mitow created Superfine! – The Fair in 2015 when they saw inflated prices and fewer sales in the
In recent years Superfine! has come up as an alternative to “big box” art fairs, developing a “transparent, approachable environment for buying and selling art that maintains some of the highest curatorial standards in the industry while working to open up the market to new collectors and emerging galleries and artists worldwide.”
Artists like Diana Contreras (Miami), Martin Swift (D.C.), Mickael Broth (Richmond) and Matt Lively (Richmond) will be exhibiting their live mural paintings at the fare. There’s a Masquerade Vernissage opening on Halloween night co-hosted by Washingtonian, and Young Collectors’ Ice Cream Social which will be co-hosted by The Pink Line Project.
Leading D.C. based upcoming artists – Hoesy Corona, Rex Delafkaran, Maps Glover, Kunj, Tsedaye Makonnen – will also be performing an art series at UNSETTLED presented by Transformer.