For the past three days, we traveled to four New York art fairs to find out more about the people who attend these annual events, if they buy art and how do they know if an art work is any good.
The special series, Emerging Collectors at the Fairs, was sponsored by 20×200 and was comprised of a random sampling of attendees to each venue.
I was personally surprised to find how diverse the audience for the art fairs in fact were and everyone was eager to chat about art.
Read them all here:
- Thursday afternoon at the Pulse art fair
- Friday night at the Dependent art fair
- Friday night at the Independent art fair
- Saturday afternoon at the Scope art fair
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The Emerging Collectors at the Fairs series is supported by 20×200, the place to buy art online. 20×200 offers limited-edition fine art prints at ridiculously affordable prices. Learn more about 20×200 here.
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