6-9 September 2017 The Establishment Hotel, Sydney.
Sure, traditional art fairs offer opportunities for galleries to expose their artists to a wide audience but there’s something to be said for showing art in a setting that’s intimate, surprising and recalls the way collectors connect with works during their daily lives. Enter SPRING 1883. The boutique art fair, which was established in 2014 by Melbourne gallerists Geoff Newton, Vikki McInnes, Kate Barber and Vasili Kaliman and takes cues from New York’s cult Gramercy Park Art Fair, launched at Melbourne’s Hotel Windsor in 2014 and in Sydney the following year.
This September, SPRING 1883 returns to the Establishment Hotel in Sydney with a lineup of left-field and inventive contemporary art from Australia, New Zealand and further afield. Occupying all four levels of The Establishment, the fair will see boldly curated presentations of new work from Australian and international galleries – including the Murray White Room, Darren Knight Gallery, Ivan Anthony, Grey Noise Dubai, General Store, Dutton New York and Art Projects Australia. VAULT compiled a few highlights below... Subscribe to read this article in full
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