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September 25, 2019
On the eve of the Affordable Art Fair’s fall opening in New York, director Vanessa Seis reflects on the fair’s mission of accessibility, its recent launch of an online marketplace throughout Europe, and its new offerings for the trade.
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September 4, 2019
Opening for its fourth edition in Los Angeles on September 5, The Other Art Fair aims to create a new kind of community among local artists and shoppers. Founder Ryan Stanier tells BOH what’s special about the fair—and what visitors can look forward to.
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August 29, 2019
While running an antiques shop in Hungary in the early 2000s, Gábor Újvári became a firm believer in the internet’s power to transform the antiques business for the better. He launched his own online antiques platform, ArtOrigo, in 2018, to realize his vision of an industry with “no countries or continents.” Now, with $2 million in funding, he has unleashed a new tool to remove the pain points of online inventory management for participating dealers.
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March 1, 2019
Abby Bangser tells Business of Home about her upcoming May art and design fair, Object & Thing, and what makes it more accessible and artist-friendly than traditional fairs. “I have been involved with so many gallerists,” Bangser says “They’re such fascinating people who dedicate their lives to fostering artists’ careers. Art fairs are often a great, essential vehicle for doing that, art fairs are essential, but are there other ways to share these artists’ works?”
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November 28, 2018
The art show announced its 2019 exhibitors this week—and executive director Nicole Berry is making sure women are fairly represented among them.
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