“Superfine isn’t a traditional art fair. Founded on the principles of inclusivity and bringing art to communities often unwelcome or marginalized in the art world, the fairs are themed to be inclusive and fun for everyone.” – Forbes
The contemporary fair celebrating artists of color, female artists, and LGBTQ+ artists will come back to the nation’s capital from April 7th-10th for Superfine DC at 713 7th St., NW in partnership with the DMV League of Artists and Oxford Properties. The fair will feature hundreds of pieces of art from 70 artists of various backgrounds and will be open to thousands of attendees.
Co-founders Alex Mitow and James Miille push the limits of what the traditional art fair can be. With a combination of the highest quality artists and affluent art-hungry collectors, Superfine DC is paving the way for art fairs.
Superfine Art Fair was created in 2015 as a direct answer to this problem of stuffy art fairs and galleries, where bored staffers didn’t bother to look at you if you weren’t a boldface name. Over the past seven years and 14 fairs around the US, we’ve grown into the #1 platform for independent artists and the art lovers + collectors who support them. This year marks a newer fair that is eco-conscious and community-oriented.
“Superfine was created to bring down the barriers of the art world, with transparent prices, affordable pieces and non-intimidating events that encourages newcomers to the contemporary art world.” – Art Fair Magazine
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For tickets, go to superfinedc2022.eventbrite.com.
Photos Courtesy Superfine Art Fair