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Galleries exhibiting contemporary art priced under $10,000, with most under $1,000

Fair Guide

Los Angeles January 18 – 22, 2012 Event Deck at L.A. LIVE

reach as many and hopefully more children in the coming year through our Exclusive Benefit Reception. We believe that art needs to be part of all our lives, but most importantly, children’s lives.

Staff Los Angeles and New York City Judith Pineiro Director Annie Guill Fair Manager, Sponsors and Programs Nikki Iacovella Fair Manager, Exhibitor Relations

Affordable Art Fair/ Ramsay Fairs Office


20 West 22nd Street, Suite 1512 New York, NY 10010 USA

Public Relations

Letter from the Director Welcome to the inaugural Affordable Art Fair Los Angeles – we are pleased to bring you the opportunity to visit a Fair that seamlessly fuses art, education, and entertainment. The Affordable Art Fair L.A. features galleries from around the globe showing original, contemporary works of art by nearly 300 emerging and established artists, within a fun, relaxed, and friendly environment.

Ramsay Fairs Will Ramsay Owner

Anne Robinson Managing Director, U.S.

Lead Creative and Design

Melissa Netecke Marketing and Communications Associate

Stef Gordon Controller

Disclaimer: While the event organizer and publishers of this guide make all efforts to ensure the accuracy of the information published, they cannot accept responsibility for any error, omissions, or claims made in the guide or at the Fair.

Collecting art can be something that brings joy to one’s life, and the feeling of falling in love with a work of art should be the same whether you are spending $10,000 or $100. With half of the work priced under $5,000 and many works under $1,000, in addition to quality programming and kids' workshops, there truly is something for everyone at the Fair. In 1999, the first Affordable Art Fair was held in London, and is now taking place in eleven cities around the world. Since it began, the Fair has since welcomed over one million visitors. We are honored to host an Exclusive Benefit Reception for Free Arts for Abused Children, and will be donating 100% of the ticket proceeds from the event. In 2010, Free Arts for Abused Children reached nearly 30,000 children in foster care who are homeless, and/or at-risk due to poverty, substance abuse, and community violence. We at the Affordable Art Fair L.A. want to help them

Dedicated to supporting new art collectors and engaging curious visitors, we also incorporate educational and interactive programming into our event. With the Affordable Art Fair’s variety of special programming such as artxwomen, a special section of galleries exhibiting only female artists curated by Accola Griefen Gallery; artist and curator talks sponsored by; educational presentations on printmaking by Edition One Hundred; the Recent Graduates exhibition curated by Melanie Edmunds of M. Edmunds Associates; talks and a mural installation by ThinkSpace Gallery; an open artist studio with C.A.V.E gallery; and fun, hands-on activities in our children’s booth hosted by, you’ll find it hard to leave! All programs at the Fair are free with admission, and are not exclusive to VIPs – they are for all our visitors. We look forward to many editions of the Affordable Art Fair Los Angeles, and hope you will enjoy visiting our inaugural edition and exploring affordable art you can own! Warm regards,

Judith Pineiro Director Affordable Art Fair US

Helpful tips for the Fair Use this guide.

Los Angeles January 18 – 22 Event Deck at L.A. LIVE Visitor entrance Georgia St. btwn Chick Hearn Ct. and W. Olympic Blvd. Parking entrance 1005 Chick Hearn Ct.

Fair hours Wed, Jan 18, 5pm – 7:30pm Exclusive Benefit Reception for Free Arts for Abused Children

As you walk around, make notes about galleries, programming, artists, and works you like!

Go ahead and ask questions. Ann Patrick O’Brien Maine Cycle 19, 2011 Oil on paper, 11 x 11 in, $200 ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation, Booth C-12

Wed, Jan 18, 7:30pm – 10pm Private Preview Party Thu, Jan 19, 12pm – 9pm 4pm – 9pm, Free admission Fri, Jan 20, 12pm – 8pm Sat, Jan 21, 11am – 8pm Sun, Jan 22, 11am – 6pm

Keep an open mind.

Johnny Taylor Eleven Cassettes, 2011 Acrylic, spray paint and screen print on canvas 29 x 29 in, $1,490 Artspace Warehouse, Booth B-11

Save the Date Affordable Art Fair NYC Spring 2012 April 18 – 22, 2012 7 West 34th Street The next Affordable Art Fair US is in NYC. Mark your calendars now and tell your East Coast friends! 2 Affordable Art Fair

Speaking to galleries and artists at the Fair gives you that insider chance to learn more about what you are looking at! You’ll find our exhibitors and staff are happy to talk and help you.

Try to envision what a work will look like in your home or office. Choosing to buy a work of art is a personal decision made with the heart, but it is fine to consider the size of the wall you see it hanging on.

Affordable means something different to everyone. There are many works here at varying levels. Many galleries can offer an installment plan, take credit cards, or maybe if you ask you’ll find the artist you love has an unframed work or print that is more within your budget.

It isn’t speed dating! You can take your time, walk the whole fair, have a cup of coffee, and go back to the gallery. Also, exhibitors can give you a readmission pass to come back after you measure that wall again – just don’t be surprised if the work is already sold the next day.

Enjoy yourself!

Corinne Dalle Ore Mademoiselle Coco, 2011 Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 20 in, $1,500 Envie D'Art, Booth B-2

This is a fun event. We are happy to be here and so should you! Looking at art, talking to galleries, and joining a program should make for a good day out.

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Adult Programs All programs are free with admission!

Special Events Programming & Features Special Events Exclusive Benefit Reception for Free Arts for Abused Children Wed, Jan 18, 5pm – 7:30pm The Fair is proud to support Free Arts for Abused Children; a local nonprofit dedicated to inspiring hope in the lives of abused, homeless, and at-risk children through volunteer-led creative programs. 100% of ticket proceeds for this event will be donated to support their philosophy that “Art heals!” Help us help them, and know you are supporting a worthy cause. You’ll also enjoy complimentary beverages and be the first to see the Fair. Tickets available online and at the door $100 per person or $175 for two Private Preview Party Wed, Jan 18, 7:30pm – 10pm Featuring music by DJ BusRider Preview continues for all Exclusive Benefit Reception attendees, Special Guest cardholders, and Private Preview ticket holders. Complimentary beverages will be served. Tickets available online $65 per person or $125 for two At the door $75 per person tickets only Free Admission The Fair is pleased to open its doors with no admission charge, reinforcing that art is for everyone! Thu, Jan 19, 4pm-9pm 4 Affordable Art Fair

Unless noted, all programs are held in the

Los Angeles Confidential Programming Lounge presented by HStudio Open Artist Studio, Booth A-14 Join LA-based artist Max Neutra, who is rapidly gaining international recognition for his energized, vibrant, and stylized work. His work appeals to all ages so be sure to stop by and see Max working live in-person! The program is hosted by C.A.V.E. Gallery. Wed, Jan 18, 6pm – 10pm Thu, Jan 19, 6pm – 9pm Fri, Jan 20, 3pm – 7pm Sat, Jan 21, 12pm – 4pm Sun, Jan 22, 12pm – 4pm Tour of   with Kat Griefen, Booth B-15 Kat Griefen, of Accola Griefen and The Feminist Art Project, offers a tour of the highlights of work being exhibited by the galleries in the artxwomen section. Thu, Jan 19, 6pm Expert Advice on How to Mix Contemporary Art with Great Design, Programming Lounge Get insider tips on pairing a collection with paint colors, frames, furniture, and mixing time periods to make a well designed, cohesive space from art and design experts Stefan Lawrence, founder of Twentieth, Chrissy Crawford, founder of, and Hillary Thomas, principal of Hillary Thomas Designs. Thu, Jan 19, 7pm The Five P’s of Collecting, Booth C-10 Join seasoned collectors and Edition One Hundred staff as they present for the

beginning collector on Photographs, Prints, Price, Passion, and Provenance. Fri, Jan 20, 5pm Collecting and Curating Talk with Morgan Spurlock, Producer/Director (The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, 30 Days, Supersize Me), Programming Lounge You won’t want to miss Morgan Spurlock, actor, writer, producer, and director, as he discusses his experience of collecting and curating. Fri, Jan 20, 6pm Artist Talk with DABS MYLA, Programming Lounge Join DABS MYLA and Thinkspace director Andrew Hosner as they discuss their transition as graffiti artists from their native Australia to L.A. and their mural at the Fair. Fri, Jan 20, 7pm Sat, Jan 21, 3pm Collecting for Beginners: Work by Women Artists with Carolyn Miles of Atrium Gallery, Programming Lounge Learn how to focus your interests and acquisitions. What is a collection, what are your resources and will collecting enhance the value of the artworks? Carolyn Miles, founder, owner, and director of Atrium Gallery, will speak to the emerging collector using work in the artxwomen section as an example. Sat, Jan 21, 12pm Demystifying the Print Process: Artist Talk with Miles Regis, Programming Lounge Artist Miles Regis, a Trinidadian-born and Edition One Hundred contributing artist, taps into the exotic cultures and presents them in ways that are relevant to today’s modernized society. Sat, Jan 21, 1pm

Printmaking Workshops, Booth A-13 Make your own fine art screen print with professional screen-printer and artist Karen Fiorito of Buddha Cat Press and Edition One Hundred. At the end of the workshop, each participant will take home their own print. Sat, Jan 21, 2pm & 4pm Sun, Jan 22, 2pm & 4pm Is Feminist Art in Disguise? Talk & Tour with Jessica Porter of Porter Contemporary, Booth B-13 Is being a feminist out of fashion? Does it hurt or help when we identify an artwork as “feminist”? Jessica L. Porter, owner and director of Porter Contemporary, will explore potentially feminist works in the artxwomen section and throughout the Fair, discussing the pros and cons of labeling works of art. Sun, Jan 22, 12pm Demystifying the Print Process: Artist Talk with Yuri Shimojo, Programming Lounge Edition One Hundred contributing artist Yuri Shimojo will share her painting and printmaking process. Yuri’s work draws from her upbringing in a traditional Japanese family to her current nomadic lifestyle between jungle and urban life. Sun, Jan 22, 12:30pm Positive Effects of Great Art and Design on Children, Programming Lounge Join a panel of children’s experts Chrissy Crawford, founder of, Pia Lindstrom, interior designer and owner of Beginnings, and Rose Apodaca, co-founder of A+R Store, as they discuss the influence art and design can have on children’s creativity, learning, and development. Sun, Jan 22, 1pm

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Pop Surrealism/New Contemporary, Programming Lounge Join Heroes & Villains author Amanda Erlanson as she talks about the pop surrealism/new contemporary movement. Sun, Jan 22, 2:30pm


Experts' Advice on How to Grow Your Collection, Programming Lounge Chrissy Crawford, director/founder,; Lauren Mang, specialist from Bonhams Fine Photographs; Julie Novakoff, LA-based art advisor and curator; Simmy Swinder, director of Carmichael Gallery; and Laura Gatewood, curator and contributor to Flavorpill’s art section share insider advice on how to select artists and items to consider as you start your collection. Sun, Jan 22, 3pm

Los Angeles Confidential Programming Lounge, presented by HStudio Join us for hot topics and fun discussions. All programs are free with admission.

Children’s Activities Shadow Puppet Workshop with LittleCollector, Booth D-2 LittleCollector’s educators will expand your child’s imagination by sharing the art of creating shadow puppets and home theatres. Sat, Jan 21, 2pm Sun, Jan 22, 4pm Just Like Andy, Booth D-2 Artist Matthew Carden and LittleCollector’s educators will take Polaroid portraits of children and help them create Andy Warholinspired self-portraits. Sat, Jan 21, 4pm Sun, Jan 22, 2pm

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Visitor Information Lounge, Booth C-A Stop by with any questions or just to say hello.

Recent Graduates Exhibition, Booth C-13 Melanie Edmunds of M. Edmunds Associates, presents "neoteric.," an exhibition that explores the work of recent Californian visual arts graduates. Café Visit the Wolfgang Puck café! Wrapping Station Sponsored by Travelers Fine Art Insurance, Booth C-E Fair visitors will be able to have purchased artwork secured by Aiston Fine Art professionals free of charge! Aiston Fine Art Local Deliveries and Shipping, Booth C-C Schedule an appointment with Aiston Fine Art to have artwork delivered directly to you.

The Fair presents artxwomen, a group of galleries exhibiting works solely by female artists, organized by Accola Griefen.

Installations HA Schult Trash People, 1996 Mixed media (soda cans, foam, metal, plastic) 70 x 24 x 14 in Courtesy of Artspace Warehouse, Booth B-11 Since 1996, Schult has installed one thousand life-sized Trash People made from crushed cans, electronic waste, and other rubbish as his critical commentary on constant human consumption. They have travelled to some of the world’s most important spots, among them Moscow’s Red Square (1999), the Great Wall of China (2001), the Pyramids of Giza (2002) and even Antarctica (2008). Joan Benefiel and Jeremy Leichman Figuration Studio’s Pilings Project, 2011 Hand-tinted cast resin, wooden piling, and steel Height ranges from 2 ft to 10 ft tall Courtesy of Figuration Studio, Booth A-15 Last summer, Manhattan’s fashion district was adorned with thirty fiery, translucent figures posing atop pilings in the middle of Broadway. Created by husband and wife sculpture duo Joan Benefiel and Jeremy Leichman of Figuration Studio’s Pilings Project, part of this major NYC public art installation has arrived in L.A.! These limited edition sculptures are suitable for both indoor and outdoor display, and customizable to any height.

HA Schult Trash People, 1996 Mixed media (soda cans, foam, metal, plastic) 70 x 24 x 14 in Artspace Warehouse, Booth B-11

Joan Benefiel and Jeremy Leichman Figuration Studio’s Pilings Project, 2011 Hand-tinted cast resin, wooden piling, and steel Height ranges from 2 ft to 10 ft tall Figuration Studio, Booth A-15

DABS MYLA Take Me To The Sea, 2011 Acrylic on wood panel 36 x 48 in Thinkspace Gallery, Booth B-9

Airom with collaborating artists Micro Gestalt, 2006 – present Mixed media on canvas and wood 3 x 3 in – 6 x 6 in Bleicher Gallery, Booth C-6

Kira Greene Trout Almondine, 2008 Oil on canvas 60 x 60 in Accola Griefen, Booth B-15

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DABS MYLA Just Breathe, 2011 Spray paint and acrylic 12 x 56 ft Courtesy of Thinkspace Gallery, Booth B-9 Lately DABS MYLA have been working with more repetitive images which fade and change each layer – like moments or days that fade into each other but still can be distinguished by small differences. Airom, Jim Holyoak, Alex Schaeffer, Julia Schwartz, Gay Summer Rick, Douglas Alvarez and others Micro Gestalt, 2006 – present Mixed media on canvas and wood 3 x 3 in – 6 x 6 in Courtesy of Bleicher Gallery, C-6 In Micro Gestalt, the artist Airom groups individual artworks together based on simple gestalt principles of proximity and color to create a pulsating color spectrum. The artist collaborates by incorporating new works by other artists into the installation, creating an organic, constantly changing work. MakerBot Industries, 2012 Art Producing Robot A MakerBot is an affordable, open-source 3D printer that can make almost anything with ABS and PLA (biodegradable) plastic. MakerBot Industries was named one of the top 20 start-ups in NYC, and has been featured in The New York Times, Wired, The Colbert Report, Engadget, Make: Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone,, IEEE Spectrum, CNN, Financial Times, NPR, The Economist, and others. The MakerBot installation at Affordable Art Fair Los Angeles will be the West Coast premiere of a bold new MakerBot allowing for larger, higher resolution 3D artwork.

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Kira Greene Trout Almondine, 2008 Oil on canvas 60 x 60 in Courtesy of Accola Griefen, Booth B-15 Kira Greene’s paintings and drawings negotiate the duality and dichotomy of her existence as an Asian immigrant woman in America. As a feminist, she is repulsed by the objectification of female bodies in art history and popular culture, yet she finds herself strongly attracted to the sensuality of these images. This paradox has led her to combine the rigidity of patterns with the imagery of desire in the female body. In her most recent work, she replaces the body with images of lusciously styled food, while heightening the complexity with a mixture of patterns and icons derived from various Western and Eastern sources.


The Affordable Art Fair L.A. wishes to express enthusiastic appreciation for all our supporters.

Lead Sponsor

Contributing Sponsors


Media Partners

Programming Partners


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Pictura Gallery


Porter Contemporary


Rice Polak Gallery


Siler Galleries


Skotia Gallery


Spence Gallery


Store Street Gallery




Toy Art Gallery



VanDeb Editions


Anelle Gandelman Fine Art


Villa del Arte Galleries


Accola Griefen


Ward-Nasse Gallery


Will’s Art Warehouse


ARC Gallery and   Educational Foundation


ArtBlue Studio


Artspace Warehouse


Features and Programming


Affordable Art Fair Kids' Studio


Atrium Gallery


Aiston Fine Art Shipping Desk


BadJupiter Project




Bleach Box


Coat Check


Bleicher Gallery


Credit Card Desk




Fabrik Magazine


Capital Culture


Framing by Universal Art Gallery D-4

C.A.V.E. Gallery


Free Arts for Abused Children


Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery


LA Weekly


Clic Gallery


New York Times


Conrad Wilde Gallery


Open Artist Studio


Contemporary Art Source


Paper Publishing


Cube Gallery


Printmaking Studio


Edition One Hundred


Recent Graduates Exhibition


Envie D’Art


Travelers Wrapping Station


Feral Fine Art


Visitor Information Lounge


Gallery K.A.G.


JoAnne Artman Gallery


Justesen Contemporary


Living with Art


Lo Gallery


Micaela Gallery + Projects


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Los Angeles Confidential Programming Lounge presented by HStudio


D-5 ArtStrong

D-4 Framer

D-3 Free Arts

D-2 Kids’ Studio

D-1 Artstar

HA Schult HA Schult


Joan Benefiel and Jeremy Leichman

A-14 Open Artist

A-16 LA Weekly

B-17 NY Times

B-15 Accola Griefen

A-13 Printmaking Studio A-12 Justesen

A-10 Toy

Show Office


A-11 Atrium

B-13 Porter

Kira Greene

A.I.R. Gallery

Floor plan

B-18 Paper

C-14 Fabrik

B-16 A.I.R.

C-12 ARC

C-13 Recent Graduates

C-11 Lo Gallery B-14 VanDeb

C-10 Edition 100

B-11 Artspace

B-12 Store Street

B-9 Thinkspace

B-10 Ward-Nasse

A-6 Siler

B-8 ArtBlue Studio

C-9 Michaela

C-8 C.A.V.E.

A-9 Blunt

A-8 Clic A-7 Skotia

B-7 Spence

C-7 Feral Fine Art

C-5 Living with Art

C-6 Bleicher C-4 K.A.G.

A-5 Rice Polak B-5 Cube

B-6 Anelle Gandelman

A-4 Contemporary Art Source

B-3 Villa del Arte

B-4 BadJupiter

A-3 Cicada

B-1 Capital Culture

B-2 Envie d’Art

C-2 Bleach Box

C-3 JoAnne Artman

C-1 Will’s Art Warehouse

A-2 Pictura

Exhibitors Programming Installations

C-E  Wrapping C-D Coat Check A-1 Conrad Wilde


C-C Shipping C-B Credit Desk

C-A Visitor Information


Box Office

Will Call



Catherine Mosley Dot/Dash # 13 , 2011 Ink on paper, mounted on board 30 x 22 in $1,800

A.I.R. Gallery, Booth B-16 Brooklyn, NY USA T + 1 212 255 6651

Keun Young Park Pink Arm detail, 2011 torn and pasted photo 38 x 32 in $4,900

Accola Griefen, Booth B-15 New York, NY USA T + 1 646 532 3488

Teresa Stanley Road Map I Acrylic and resin on panel 42 x 42 in $4,900

Anelle Gandelman Fine Art, Booth B-6 Larchmont, NY USA T + 1 914 840 4151

Victoria Szilagyi Machination 41, 2011 Encaustic on panel 36 x 36 in $5,000

ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation, Booth C-12 Chicago, IL USA T + 1 312 733 2787 12 Affordable Art Fair

Phuong Quoc Tri Vietnamese Lady Portrait, 2011 Oil on canvas 44 x 44 in $5,000

ArtBlue Studio, Booth B-8 Singapore T + 1 65 975 25458

Carl Smith Railways in the Sky, 2011 Acrylic, oil and wax on canvas 36 x 36 in $2,000

Artspace Warehouse, Booth B-11 Los Angeles, CA USA T + 1 323 936 7020

Kim Holtermand Pool Chairs, 2011 Photograph 20 x 24 in $360, Booth D-1 New York, NY USA T + 1 917 710 5509

Lore Bert Chinesische Form (Chinese Form) 11/14, 2009 Multiple objects on Japanese paper 12.5 x 12.5 in $2,200

Atrium Gallery, Booth A-11 St. Louis, MO USA T + 1 314 367 1076

Eniko Szucs Sunsets A no. 4 (The Yoga Lesson) Venice Beach, CA 2008 Oil on canvas 40 x 72 in $5,500

BadJupiter Project, The, Booth B-4 New York, NY USA T + 1 347 855 3101

James Sparshatt Las Lamas, 2011 C-type photograph 60 x 40 in $4,850

Capital Culture, Booth B-1 London, UK

Kevin Peterson White Dress, 2011 Oil and acrylic on panel with corrugated metal 40 x 54 in $4,000

Natasha Heidler Green Five, 2011 Photograph 29 x 29 in $650

Bleach Box, Booth C-2 London, UK T + 44 1233 513 721

C.A.V.E Gallery, Booth C-8 Venice, CA USA T + 1 310 450 6960

Arone Meeks Forces of Nature, 2011 Sakura oil on arches paper 24 x 32 in $2,500

Susan Moss Bridge Peace, 2010 Oil on canvas 31.5 x 31 in $5,000

Bleicher Gallery, Booth C-6 Los Angeles, CA USA T + 1 323 545 6018

Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery, Booth A-3 Brisbane, Australia T + 61 425 228 044

Lyle Owerko Boombox/2, 2009 Photograph 30 x 44 in $2,000

David Joron Churn, 2011 Oil on panel 30 x 40 in $4,800

Blunt, Booth A-9 Toronto, Ontario Canada T + 1 416 723 1814

Clic Gallery, Booth A-8 New York, NY USA T + 1 212 966 2766

Jessica Drenk Erosions 47, 2011 PVC pipe on panel 31 x 24 in $2,700

Conrad Wilde Gallery, Booth A-1 Tucson, AZ USA T + 1 520 622 8977

Carolyn Cole Untitled (111102), 2011 Mixed media on canvas 41 x 41 in $5,000

Contemporary Art Source, Booth A-4 Olympia, WA USA T + 1 360 402 6517

Helen Ward Paper Entomology, 2011 Mixed media 17 x 17 in $1,000

Cube Gallery, Booth B-5 London, UK T + 44 0 207 9352 600

Augustine Kofie Triangulations pinpoint to a Rust Resistant Flat Black, 2011 19 x 19 x 2 in Found paper, acrylic, ballpoint, pen, spray paint, and screen print on wood panel $800

Edition One Hundred, Booth C-10

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Peter Hoffer Portrait 12, 2011 Acrylic, oil and resin on board 24.5 x 24.5 in $3,900

Envie D’Art, Booth B-2 Paris, France T + 33 1 4284 4029

Lyle Carbajal Boy With Angry Dog, 2011 Mixed media on wood 48 x 48 in $4,000

Justesen Contemporary, Booth A-12 Park City, UT USA T + 1 801 755 7072

Jenny Keith Community, 2011 Acrylic on beeswax 36 x 48 in $3,500

Feral Fine Art, Booth C-7 Edmonton, Alberta Canada T + 1 780 903 5211

Zhou Hongbin Aquarium 11, 2010 Photograph 31 x 87 in $3,500

Living with Art, Booth C-5 New York, NY USA T + 1 917 783 5737

Donata Benker Landluft, 2011 Acrylic, oil, lacquer on canvas 19 x 27 in $ 3,300

Micaela Gallery + Projects, Booth C-9 Alamo, CA USA T + 1 925 457 5645

Joe Johnson Bag on a Roof, 2011 Photograph 25 x 25 in $1,800 (unframed)

Pictura Gallery, Booth A-2 Bloomington, IN USA T + 1 812 336 0000

Sandi Siler Pear, 2010 Acrylic and oil on canvas 48 x 36 in $2,000

Siler Gallery, Booth A-6 Portland, OR USA T + 1 503 969 0009

Kikyz 1313 Ethereal Graze, 2011 18 x 18 in Ink and watercolor on paper $2,800

Skotia Gallery, Booth A-7 Culver City, CA USA T + 1 310 838 1717

Milton Mota Black and White Untitled, 2011 Acrylic on canvas 40 x 40 in $3,000

Brian M. Viveros Bull-Fight-Her III, 2011 Oil on panel 16 x 20 in $4,200

Thinkspace Gallery, Booth B-9 Culver City, CA USA T +1 310 558 3375

Ward-Nasse Gallery, Booth B-10 New York, NY USA T + 1 212 925 6951

Okedoki Benny The Dreamer, 2011 Fiberglass 48 in high $3,000

Toy Art Gallery, Booth A-10 Hollywood, CA USA T + 1 323 653 8697

Kelly Washbourne Weekend 2011 Oil on canvas 44 x 36 in $3,495

Will’s Art Warehouse, Booth C-1 London, UK T + 44 0 208 246 4840

Notes P.T Tiersky Untitled, 2011 Collage and acrylic on panel 48 x 60 in $3,000

Gallery K.A.G., Booth C-4 Annapolis, MD USA T + 1 410 263 6507

America Martin Woman in Red, 2011 Charcoal and ink on handmade Japanese paper 33 x 48 in $4,000

JoAnne Artman Gallery, Booth C-3 Laguna Beach, CA USA T + 1 949 510 5481 14 Affordable Art Fair

Yuri Konstantinov Composition, 2002 Oil on canvas 47 x 43 in $500

Lo Gallery, Booth C-11 Moscow, Russia T + 79 859 217993

Jee Hwang Inside of Void, 2011 Oil on canvas 21 x 36 in $1,900

Porter Contemporary, Booth B-13 New York, NY USA T + 1 212 696 7432

Davin Kyle Knight A Gigabyte in a Nanosecond, 2011 Metallic C print 43 x 43 in $3,500

Recent Graduates Curated by M. Edmunds Associates, Booth C-13 Los Angeles, CA USA T + 1 323 529 3076

Edward del Rosario Pastiche IV, 2010 Oil on canvas ‘pastiche’ 12 x 12 in $3,000

Rice Polak Gallery, Booth A-5 Provincetown, MA USA T + 1 508 237 5499

Julio Ferrer El Florero, 2010 Oil on canvas 27.5 x 35 in $1,800

Spence Gallery, Booth B-7 Toronto, Ontario Canada T + 1 416 795 2787

Brian Nash Panello Rosso, 2011 Oil on canvas 37 x 37 in $3,250

Store Street Gallery, Booth B-12 London, UK T + 44 207 580 2118

Nancy Lasar Against Rouge Cardinal, 2007 Etching 60 x 22 in $2,400

VanDeb Editions, Booth B-14 New York, NY USA T + 1 212 564 5553

Juan Pajares Florida, 2011 Mixed media on canvas 47 x 31.5 in $3,390

Villa del Arte Galleries, Booth B-3 Barcelona, Spain T + 34 93 26 80673 Exhibitors 15

Cosac, Denis Ward-Nasse Gallery Costa, Arlete Ward-Nasse Gallery Coupe Ryding, Jeanine Atrium Gallery Crose, Brian (aka B+) Edition One Hundred Crumb, Sophie

Artist listing A Acetelli, Mark Artspace Warehouse Ackerson, Bruce Rice Polak Gallery Adalian, Martiros JoAnne Artman Gallery Airom Bleicher Gallery Alday, Fernando Villa del Arte Galleries Alden Benn, Philip Micaela Gallery + Projects Alstrup, Dorthe Pictura Gallery Antillon, Margurita Gallery K.A.G. Arden, Scott VanDeb Editions Arvidson, Peter Rice Polak Gallery Azoni, Patricia Ward-Nasse Gallery B Barnes, Natasha Gallery K.A.G. Barrese, Jennie Porter Contemporary Barseghian, Naira Gallery K.A.G. Battenfield, Jackie Anelle Gandelman Fine Art Bee, Susan Accola Griefen Benker, Donata Micaela Gallery + Projects Benson, Erik Bert, Lore Atrium Gallery Biernat, Magda Clic Gallery Black, Libby Bond, Hilary Artspace Warehouse Bondi, Dave Toy Art Gallery Bonfils, Andrea Anelle Gandelman Fine Art Brown, Delia Bueno, Gomez Toy Art Gallery Burge, Victoria Accola Griefen Burk, Amanda Blunt Buzon, Edouard Envie D’Art C Caldwell, Adam Thinkspace Call Me Frank Cube Gallery Calmejane, Silvia Envie D’Art Campolina, Maria Ward-Nasse Gallery Caporael, Suzanne Atrium Gallery Caramanico, Tony Clic Gallery Carbajal, Lyle Justesen Contemporary Cawston, Barry Capital Culture Charbit, Esther ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation Charlotte, Jessica Porter Contemporary Charon, Robert Gallery K.A.G. Chatem, Paul C.A.V.E Gallery Childers, Josiane Gallery K.A.G. Chun, Young C.A.V.E Gallery Cole, Carolyn Contemporary Art Source Collett, Dr. James Bleach Box Colussi, Aaron Pictura Gallery Contini Enderby, Jennifer Ward-Nasse Gallery Coomber, Yvonne Store Street Gallery Cooper, Martha Edition One Hundred Cooperman, Lisa A.I.R. Gallery Cormier, Stephanie Blunt 16 Affordable Art Fair

D Dalle Ore, Corinne Envie D’Art D’Amico, Sidnea Micaela Gallery + Projects Darling, Jim C.A.V.E. Gallery Daw, Leila Atrium Gallery De Molfetta, Francesco Toy Art Gallery de Kwiatkowski, lulu Clic Gallery del Rosario, Edward Rice Polak Gallery Delamour, Albert Living with Art DeMonte, Claudia Atrium Gallery Dempcy, John Conrad Wilde Gallery Desmeules, Mary-Lou Micaela Gallery + Projects Dickey, Michael Living with Art Doust, Matt Thinkspace Drenk, Jessica Conrad Wilde Gallery Duong, Tam (aka Okedoki) Toy Art Gallery E Elliot, Kathleen Micaela Gallery + Projects Elliott, Susan Cube Gallery Elm, Kati Artspace Warehouse Ewel, Erika Spence Gallery F Fabbris Rice Polak Gallery Fairey, Shepard Ferrer, Julio Spence Gallery Field, Samuel Bleach Box Finkelstein, Nat Edition One Hundred Flesser, Shayle Villa del Arte Galleries Flores, Nahum Spence Gallery Foster, Rachel E. Recent Graduates, curated by M. Edmunds Associates Foucault, Peter Micaela Gallery + Projects Frame, Jack Cube Gallery Franco, Ruben Gallery K.A.G. Fricke, Jason Ward-Nasse Gallery FriendsWithYou Fritz, Nancy ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation G Gabrielli, Paolo (aka Gabriels) Toy Art Gallery Gagnon, Jacob Thinkspace Garcia, Emilio Toy Art Gallery Giricheva, Lola Lo Gallery Glasgow, Ellen Atrium Gallery Goldsleger, Cheryl VanDeb Editions Goldstein, Iris ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation Goodwin, Amy Will’s Art Warehouse Grigoriadis, Mary Accola Griefen Gross, Mimi VanDeb Editions H Hall, Mark Store Street Gallery Hansen, Spencer (aka Blamo) Toy Art Gallery Harris, Caroline Jane Store Street Gallery Harrold, Marc Villa del Arte Galleries Heeps, Richard Bleach Box Heidler, Natasha Bleach Box Henryson, Maxine A.I.R. Gallery Herman, George Will’s Art Warehouse

Hernandez, Jason C.A.V.E Gallery Hess, Ellie Store Street Gallery Hiller, Ruth Conrad Wilde Gallery Hoffer, Peter Envie D’Art Holtermand, Kim Hongbin, Zhou Living with Art Hood, Andrew Cube Gallery Horvath, Sharon VanDeb Editions Howes-Stevens, Suzanne Rice Polak Gallery Hultberg, Stella Thinkspace Hunziker, Suzy Artspace Warehouse Hong, Trong My ArtBlue Studio Hwang, Jee Porter Contemporary I Inukai, Mari Thinkspace Iris Luz, Maria Ward-Nasse Gallery J Jabur, Beth Ward-Nasse Gallery Jhina, Alvarado JoAnne Artman Gallery Jocoy, Jim Edition One Hundred Johnsen, Zach C.A.V.E Gallery Johnson, Sam BadJupiter Project, The Johnson, Joe Pictura Gallery Joncas, Sarah Thinkspace Jones, Elaine Will’s Art Warehouse Joron, David Blunt JOSEPH Envie D’Art K Kanavle, Sofia Skotia Gallery Kapoor, Deborah Conrad Wilde Gallery Kaufman, Sarah Porter Contemporary Kawasaki, Audrey Thinkspace Keith, Jenny Feral Fine Art Ken, Sandra Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Kenny, John Capital Culture Khammi, Salomon Spence Gallery Kikyz Skotia Gallery Kilma, Emily Feral Fine Art Klein, Barbara Accola Griefen Knight, Wolfe Feral Fine Art Knight, Davin Kyle Recent Graduates, curated by M. Edwards Associates Knop, Guenter Kofie, Augustine (aka KOFIE) Edition One Hundred Konrad, Edith Artspace Warehouse Konstantinov, Yuri Lo Gallery Korf, Kumi VanDeb Editions Kossoy, Zina Ward-Nasse Gallery Kozik, K.K. VanDeb Editions Krief, Yves Envie D’Art Kunc, Karen Atrium Gallery L Lafontan, Mikael Envie D’Art Larusso, Lori Porter Contemporary Lasar, Nancy VanDeb Editions Lascu, Jason Justesen Contemporary Laul, Elizabeth JoAnne Artman Gallery Lawton, Pamela VanDeb Editions LeBow, Ellen Rice Polak Gallery Lecourt, Elizabeth Envie D’Art Leibowitz, Mark Micaela Gallery + Projects Levenson, Silvia Micaela Gallery + Projects Levinthal, David

Lieverse, Christiaan Villa del Arte Galleries Lim Khim, Katy ArtBlue Studio Liou, Arthur Pictura Gallery Longini, Susan Micaela Gallery + Projects Lopez, Nicola Atrium Gallery Louca, Jo Store Street Gallery Luciano Beaty, Robin JoAnne Artman Gallery Luft, Cameron Conrad Wilde Gallery Lukasiewicz, Michal Store Street Gallery Lulu de Kwiatkowski, Clic Gallery Lutz, Leora Bleicher Gallery M Maezawa, Taeko Toy Art Gallery Maharaj, Shastri Spence Gallery Majak, Katarzyna Porter Contemporary Mandle, Billie S. Pictura Gallery Maria, Leda Ward-Nasse Gallery Martin, America JoAnne Artman Gallery Matos, Pedro Thinkspace Mattera, Joanne Conrad Wilde Gallery Maxfield, Sari ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation Meacham, Layne Justesen Contemporary Meeks, Arone Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Meggs Thinkspace Merts, Peter Pictura Gallery Meza-DesPlas, Rosemary ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation Mihagui, Robert ArtBlue Studio Mills, Marie Store Street Gallery Minden, James Contemporary Art Source Modlin, Ruti ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation Mokrosz, Iza Blunt Monaghan, Peter Cube Gallery Mora, Jesus Spence Gallery Morriss, Annette Atrium Gallery Mosley, Catherine A.I.R. Gallery Moss, Susan Bleicher Gallery Moya, Robert Conrad Wilde Gallery Murray, Jennifer Porter Contemporary Myla, Dabs Thinkspace N Nach, Sara Ward-Nasse Gallery Nakagawa, Osamu James Pictura Gallery Napangka, Miriam Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Naselli, Cheri Reif ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation Nee, Rachel Cube Gallery Neish, Brian Store Street Gallery Nelson, Michael Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Ngo, Nancy Gallery K.A.G. Nguyen Dieu, Thuy ArtBlue Studio Nguyen Dieu, Thi Truong Thanh ArtBlue Studio Nighswander, Matt Pictura Gallery O O’Brien, Ann Patrick ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation Oehl, Don Clic Gallery Ondrus, Christina Recent Graduates, curated by M. Edmunds Associates Ortiz, Ivan Spence Gallery Owerko, Lyle Clic Gallery P Pajares, Juan Villa del Arte Galleries Pascal, Roy Justesen Contemporary PB, Lucinha Ward-Nasse Gallery Artist Installations listings 17

Peltz, Lorraine Micaela Gallery + Projects Peris, Joan Villa del Arte Galleries Perry, Christopher Contemporary Art Source Peterson, Kevin C.A.V.E Gallery Pollard, Robert Buddha Cat Press Price Pitjarra, Anna Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Prifti Rice Polak Gallery Prisecaru, Adrian Ward-Nasse Gallery Q Queriz, Drica Ward-Nasse Gallery Quoc Tri, Phuong ArtBlue Studio R Raney, Courtney Artspace Warehouse Regis, Miles Edition One Hundred and JoAnne Artman Gallery Reid, Marjory Anelle Gandelman Fine Art Reid, Courtney Bleicher Gallery Reid, Veronica Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Rochin, Luis Justesen Contemporary Rodriguez Baptista, Carolina Porter Contemporary Rojas, Willy Villa del Arte Galleries Rojero, Pablo Gallery K.A.G. Rosen, Claire Edition One Hundred S Salvador, Dion Store Street Gallery Samaroo, Sarah Feral Fine Art Sanchez, Freddy Spence Gallery Sanderson, Rose Will’s Art Warehouse Sanos, Luma Ward-Nasse Gallery Sarmiento, Monica Ward-Nasse Gallery Savage, Phil BadJupiter Project, The Schar, Ilya Ward-Nasse Gallery Schofield, Matthew Blunt Schrack, Thea Anelle Gandelman Fine Art Schwartz, Robin Schwartz, Julia Bleicher Gallery Scott, Paul BadJupiter Project, The Seidl, Claire VanDeb Editions Shaden, Brooke JoAnne Artman Gallery Shiftan, Anat Anelle Gandelman Fine Art Shimojo, Yuri Edition One Hundred Shiomi, Nana Will’s Art Warehouse Siler, Buzz Siler Gallery Siler, Hope Siler Gallery Siler, Sandi Siler Gallery Simkin Berke, Lauren Accola Griefen Simpson, Jonathan Will’s Art Warehouse Skinner, David Bleicher Gallery Skollar, Steven Rice Polak Gallery Smith, Carl Artspace Warehouse Smith, Patrick Envie D’Art Smith-Harrison, Davi Justesen Contemporary Soares, Mauro Ward-Nasse Gallery Solomon, Elke VanDeb Editions Sorokin, Janet Atrium Gallery Southey, Trevor Justesen Contemporary Sparshatt, James Capital Culture Stanley, Teresa Anelle Gandelman Fine Art Stewart, James Will’s Art Warehouse Stocksill Gallery K.A.G. Stone, Katy Atrium Gallery Suaznabar, Marcelo Spence Gallery Sudo, Taka C.A.V.E Gallery Suh, Eun-Kyong Conrad Wilde Gallery 18 Affordable Art Fair

Summer Rick, Gay Bleicher Gallery Sumner, Ashleigh Artspace Warehouse Sutil, Francisca Atrium Gallery Szilagyi, Victoria ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation Szucs, Eniko BadJupiter Project, The T Tafur, Catherine Porter Contemporary Tarrida, Quim Toy Art Gallery Taylor, Johnny Artspace Warehouse Taylor, Mark Recent Graduates, curated by M. Edmunds Associates Thach, Elizabeth Atrium Gallery Thacher, Anita VanDeb Editions Thomas, Sean Rice Polak Gallery Thunell, Johan Villa del Arte Galleries Tiersky, P.T. Gallery K.A.G. Tjukangku, Whiskey Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Tjungurayi, Patrick Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Turker, Gigi Ward-Nasse Gallery U Ulmi, Lukas Villa del Arte Galleries Uman, Jen Edition One Hundred Usmanov, Avaz Mutall Lo Gallery Van der Hart, Marjolyn Anelle Gandelman Fine Art V Van Dyke, Marjorie VanDeb Editions Van Herle, Anja JoAnne Artman Gallery van Hoan, Bui ArtBlue Studio van Ree, Tasya Edition One Hundred Van Tuinen, Debra Contemporary Art Source Verbicky, James JoAnne Artman Gallery Vilmansa, Arkiv Toy Art Gallery Viveros, Brian Thinkspace Von Igel, Caren Ward Nasse Gallery Vought, Annie Recent Graduates, curated by M. Edmunds Associates

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W Waerts, Sitnie (aka SIT) C.A.V.E Gallery Waid, Mary Joan Atrium Gallery Waldburger, Natalie Blunt Wallace, Colleen Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Ward, Helen Cube Gallery Washbourne, Kelly Will’s Art Warehouse Waxman, Nava Anelle Gandelman Fine Art Webb, Patrick Rice Polak Gallery Weisserth, Tobias BadJupiter Project, The White, Michael Blunt Williams, Lorraine VanDeb Editions Worcman, Adina Ward-Nasse Gallery Worth, Jasmine C.A.V.E Gallery Y Yaltangki, Tiger Cicada Aboriginal Art Gallery Yang, Rimi JoAnne Artman Gallery Yates, Caroline Will’s Art Warehouse Young Park, Keun Accola Griefen Z Zimmer, Bernhard Artspace Warehouse Zucker, Amy ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation

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Milan February 2–5, 2012

New York April 18–22, 2012

Rome October 24–28, 2012

Brussels February 9–12, 2012

Bristol May 18–20, 2012

Amsterdam October 25–28, 2012

London (Battersea Park) March 15–18, 2012

Melbourne May 24–27, 2012

Singapore TBA

Hamburg September 26–30, 2012

Los Angeles TBA

London (Hampstead Heath) TBA

Stockholm October 3–7, 2012

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Affordable Art Fair L.A. 2012 Fair Guide  

The Affordable Art Fair's inaugural Los Angeles edition will take place from January 18th – 22nd, 2012 and will present galleries offering o...