Enter a virtual event like no other The other art fair goes up in Dallas on May 25th and 30th. This digital gathering, hosted by Saatchi Art, enables you to connect with artists in real time, shop with thousands of artists around the world and take part in new digital art experiences.
Attendees can expect a three-dimensional art fair environment that accurately reflects the personal offerings of the Other Art Fair at Dallas Market Hall with artist booths, interactive programming, and wall and art installations.
Unlike a traditional in-person event, this event is open 24/7 for six days. Registration is free, easy to participate, and safe to shop.
You can set up live appointment bookings between you and the artists via secure video chat, or take part in DIY workshops and immersive experiences that cover everything from table arrangements to embroidery to cocktail making.
If you’re overwhelmed and don’t know where to start, there are 5 and 30 minute virtual tours led by the show managers that offer insights and highlights, not-to-be-missed artists, and much more.
There are also curatorial panel discussions on topics like “How to Invest in Art” – something we could all benefit from.
Of the 100 artists participating in the Dallas version, more than 60 percent are from Texas.
Meet Daniela Pasqualini, an Italian artist from Dallas who expresses sensations of nature through highly structured paintings. Or discover the large-format woodcut prints by Barbara Kuebel, a Louisiana-based Austrian artist who uses colorful inks to explore the playful and complex dynamics of group behavior. There is also Rapheal Crump from Dallas, whose paintings tell an assignable story of life in the concrete jungle. His “Give Us Liberty” series is currently very popular with collectors around the world.
You can also purchase these original artwork in media ranging from painting to photography, mixed media to sculptural art at various prices.
Register now to secure your free space at The Other Art Fair and get ready to fill that void on your wall as you meet the artist who created it.