Curious encounters ahead.
See what we’ve got in store for you this November 9 – 12.
AN EXPERIENCE UNLIKE ANY OTHER
Interactive art experiences for you to discover and immerse yourself in.
Guest Artist: Danny Cole
A rare showing of Guest Artist Danny Cole’s (@danycoleee) coveted growing body of work.
The 23 year old multi-hyphenate artist is known for his ongoing art project Creature World, which has garnered a captivated following in creative and cultural spaces over the last five years. At the center of Cole’s universe is The Creature, a manifestation of the universal human spirit. On display will be fine artworks and limited editions.
The works on display paint an encompassing picture of Cole’s dream world, highlighting the bridge between daily life and the opportunity to embrace imagination. Cole’s work encourages us to welcome our neighbors to a shared dream where we can see one another clearly as universal beings.
This body of work is a whimsical view of the world around us and a refreshing reminder of the spirit of play that exists when we look inwards.
Opening Night with Brownstoner
Friday Late with Brooklyn Magazine
Secret Riso Club Workshops
Secret Riso Club (@secret_riso_club) is a graphic design and risograph studio that focuses its work on the intersection of social justice, art, design, and community building. In our practice, we work to build a platform that serves as a collaborative space for developing ideas and new projects. SRC is run in collaboration between Gonzalo Guerrero and Tara Ridgedell.
- Poster Making – Come learn a bit about graphic design and create your own poster with Risograph printed elements.
- Make Mini-Zine- Create your own mini-publication.
- Print Postcards- Use thermo printed stencils and create your own set of 5 postcards hand-printed.
Each workshop is $25 and approximately 30 minutes. Reserve your seat here.
Note: Both general entry tickets and workshop tickets are required to participate.
Video Portrait Sessions by Tamara Staples
Pet Portraits with Ben Lenovitz
Get a custom pet-portrait live with artist Ben Lenovitz (@benlenovitz). Working from photos you have of your pet Ben paints a cardboard portrait in his unique style.
At the Fair Friday – Saturday only. Note: Only service animals are permitted at the fair, Ben prefers to paint from pictures!
Vintage Floral Tattoos By Evan Paul English
Evan (@evanpaulenglish) will showcase new paintings and offer flash tattoos inspired by vintage floral ephemera. His practice spans painting, tattooing, murals, and installation art.
Tattoo Appointments are on a first-come basis, all tattoos will be unique one-off flash.
Whimsical Tattoos by Maggie Stockman
Zero10 AR Mirror
ZERO10 (@zeroten.ar) is an AR try-on company that specializes in providing a highly realistic virtual try-on experience for fashion brands, designers, and users. This year, at the Brooklyn Art Fair, they’re excited to showcase their primary AR solution – the AR Mirror. With it, everyone will have the opportunity to try on garments created by a community of emerging digital fashion designers, exclusively for the fair.
These unique designs can be purchased through the ZERO10 app, ensuring that they remain accessible as your digital assets and allowing you to experience digital ownership.
The Others Live with Newtown Radio
OOH Baby Wearable Art Pop-up Shop
Shop artfully crafted garments while browsing never-before-seen paintings by artists and designer Anika (@oohbabybyanika). This visual and wearable extravaganza promises to reframe the way you perceive both art and fashion.
TOAF x Magic Castles Merchandise Store
Step into the soon-to-be-launched mystical merch shop in collaboration with the ‘never-ending band of misfits’ that is Magic Castles, exclusive to our 2023 global fairs. Discover a limited edition line of shoppers, tees, and caps designed with magic and art in mind. Prepare to be spellbound.
Coffee & Bites from Maman
Get your caffeine fix and more at Maman! They will be serving up their unique beverages and other menu items.
At the fair Thursday through Sunday.
Arts Gowanus Presents “Echoes”
Discover the hidden gems of Brooklyn’s arts community with Arts Gowanus! As a not-for-profit organization, they work tirelessly to support and promote local artists and sustainable art practices.
Experience the ordinary in an extraordinary way, as artists Janice McDonnell and Miguel Reyes will exhibit representational still-life paintings, while Megan Suttles and Ward Yoshimoto will have mixed media pieces on view.
Arts Gowanus is raising money to support the over 100 artists’ studios that were flooded over the September 30 to October 1 weekend. To Donate please visit their GoFundMe.
3walls | Jocelyn Fine & Susan Homer
Founded in Brooklyn in 2011, 3walls promotes the work of local artists who have excelled in their field. They make affordable art accessible to individuals and businesses through pop-up shows in homes, galleries, and commercial spaces.
Bed Stuy Art Residency | Amy Fisher Price & Nick Jaskey
Local Community Programming
The Other Art Fair aims to build awareness for community organizations that are supporting artists across Brooklyn and New York City. Look for displays by the following three organizations: ArTech Collective, Pioneer Works (PW), and Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition to learn more about their initiatives, and how you can get involved.
Meet Our Artists
Who’s on your list? Explore the 120 game-changing artists exhibiting with us at ZeroSpace in Brooklyn this November.
Have a peek at our exhibitor list.
New on the Scene
Art should never be elite. The New Futures program is part of our continued mission to break down traditional barriers of the contemporary art world by giving prizes to talented, often underrepresented, emerging artists. Each recipient is given free exhibition space at The Other Art Fair along with access to networks and opportunities designed to jump-start their careers.
AMY CHASSE is a multimedia artist from Connecticut who now lives in Brooklyn, NY. She draws inspiration from her rural upbringing, thrift store finds, and old movies. Her works use bright colors and humor to bring to life emotionally and physically drained characters in everyday situations. Chasse’s work has been exhibited in several galleries, including “HIGH MAINTENANCE” at Tchotchke Gallery in Brooklyn and “El Futuro Es Queer” at PRPG.MX in Mexico City, as well as in New York City and Florence, Italy.
PHOEBE QUIN KONG is an artist and painter from LA, now based in Brooklyn. Her compositions feature graphic, caricature-like creatures that express familiar yet unnerving emotions. Kong received her BA from Dartmouth College in 2021 and has exhibited her work at The Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Pen + Brush Gallery, and more.
DAVINA HSU is a transdisciplinary artist from Taipei, currently based in New York. Her art focuses on fiber and socially engaged art to promote self-awareness and social intimacy. Her work is inspired by vibrational energy, mysticism, and materiality. She uses felting and tufting to explore the interplay between material and spiritual integration in her fiber sculptures. Her art is a symbolic expression of her energetic visions of vibrational ascent and spiritual realization.
Fika Fine Art Services
Fika will be on-site all Fair long wrapping your newfound obsessions free of charge for safe transport. Need to ship? Fika can provide a custom quote for you.