Uplevel Your Art Game: Superfine! Art Fair in Soho May 1-5 [SPONSOR]

Posted on: April 19th, 2019 at 10:00 am by

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Punk rock spirit meets art market innovation at the third annual Superfine! Art Fair at 107 Grand Street in SoHo, from May 1-5. Not just any other art fair, Superfine! is a place of discovery. Hand-curated by art collector power couple James Miille and Alex Mitow, expect top emerging contemporary art in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Best of all, you get to meet the artists themselves – more than 80 of them.

The founders’ roots in hospitality show with a well-curated show that’s decidedly warmer and more inviting than your typical art fair. Everyone is welcome, everyone can – and often does – collect great art. The pair believe not only in top-tier curation and challenging stuffy art world norms but also in transparency and accessibility. Works in the fair begin at $100, 90% of pieces are priced under $4,000. It’s clear, this art fair wants you to discover art that speaks to you, and take it home. To top it off, all tickets to the fair come with a complimentary craft beer or glass of wine. Where else in New York can you find that?

No back-door haggling, no inflated pricing, and certainly no snobbery, Superfine! is an art fair for all. Join us this May and discover art in a way you never imagined.

Get your tickets HERE; use code BOWERYBOOGIE for 30% off all ticket types!

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