Connecting artists directly with art buyers, The Other Art Fair is a leading artist fair presented by Saatchi Art in North America, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
Since launching in 2011, the fair has grown to present a curated selection of 130 independent artists at shows across the globe in Brooklyn, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, London, Melbourne, Sydney, and Toronto.
The third edition of The Other Art Fair Chicago will take place on May 27th – 30th, 2020 and applications to exhibit are now open.
The Other Art Fair prides itself on a comprehensive artist support package to champion individual exhibitors:
– Your own fully built booth at The Other Art Fair. This includes spotlights and nameboard
– A profile on saatchiart.com/theotherartfair
– PR support
– Exposure to a diverse audience of critics, gallerists and collectors.
– Pre-fair workshop with advice on display, marketing, logistics, pricing and self-representation given by the Fair Director and team.
– Selection by a panel of esteemed experts.
For more information on the application process, booth payment and the 2020 fairs, please read the Artist Guide.
HOW DO I APPLY?
Applications for The Other Art Fair Chicago Spring 2020 are open. Apply here and sign up for our newsletter so you can stay up to date for all the fair aplications and deadlines. The deadline to apply is February 28.
BOOTH PRICES AND COMMISSION STRUCTURE
It is free to apply to exhibit at the fair via the fair’s online application. Payment is only taken for your booth if you are successfully chosen to exhibit at The Other Art Fair. Booth payment is split in two parts: 30% paid to confirm you place and 70% taken one month before the fair.
What are the booth prices?
16 linear ft + 2 spotlights = $1,680
20 linear ft + 2 spotlights = $1,980
24 linear ft + 3 spotlights = $2,350
28 linear ft + 3 spotlights = $2,760
32 linear ft + 4 spotlights = $3,150
All art sales made onsite at the fair are processes through The Other Art Fair’s central payment system. The fair takes 15% commission from all art sales – so the majority always goes back to the exhibitor.
For more information on booths and payment please read the Artist Guide here.
For any questions about the application process please contact: