(SEATTLE — May 17, 2018) — The Seattle Art Fair, presented by AIG, is proud to announce the exhibitor list for its fourth edition. This year’s Seattle Art Fair will take place August 2 - 5 2018 at the CenturyLink Field Event Center. The 2018 Seattle Art Fair boasts a diverse roster of local, national, and international galleries representing 34 cities from 10 countries, including 23 international galleries. The fourth edition of the fair welcomes returning international stalwarts such as David Zwirner, Gagosian, Galerie Lelong & Co., and Adams and Ollman, and Seattle’s Greg Kucera Gallery, Foster/White Gallery and James Harris Gallery. The fair continues to expand its reach, drawing new exhibitors from around the globe, including Tokyo's Gallery Yufuku and Talion Gallery, Berlin's Kuckei+Kuckei, Los Angeles' Samuel Freeman Gallery, and New York’s C24 Gallery and Hirschl & Adler Modern. “This year cements the fair as a key event in the international art world calendar, with a robust exhibitor list that brings together blue-chip galleries, emerging international players, and Seattle’s local institutions,” said Seattle Art Fair Director Max Fishko. “We’re excited to offer a platform for the best contemporary art, as well as an energized program of events curated by Nato Thompson.” For the first time, Philadelphia Contemporary’s Nato Thompson will serve as the Seattle Art Fair’s Artistic Director, leading the fair’s curatorial vision with innovative programming including on-site installations, talks, performances, and presentations. The full program, to be announced in June, will explore identity, modes of play, and technology.
Heart Map One: Interrupted Deep Breathing
Liz Tran, Heart Map One: Interrupted Deep Breathing, Mixed Media on Panel, 36”x36”x 2018.
Suzy O’ Mullane, Brain, Oil on Canvas 183cm x 221 cm, 2014
Viva La Resistance
Jennifer Ament, Viva La Resistance, Gold Encaustic, 2018
Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman, Tiger Girl, Oil on Canvas, 17”x17”, 2018
Phylogeny Contemporary is a brand new exhibitor for 2018
Heart Map Two: Sneaky Smoke
Liz Tran, Heart Map Two: Sneaky Smoke, Mixed Media on Panel, 24”x48”x 2018.