Seattle Art Fair returns to Lumen Field Event Center this July 27⁠–30 with compelling presentations from the Pacific Northwest’s leading galleries alongside programs from around the world.

Regional highlights include J.Rinehart Gallery’s presentation of female artists exploring landscape and emotional abstraction, Stonington Gallery’s showcase of contemporary masterworks from the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, and Smith & Vallee’s curation of never-before-seen bronze and glass sculptures by Seattle-based artists.

Representing Portland and its dedication to contemporary art are PDX Contemporary, sharing conceptual work that is both “intellectually and visually satisfying”, Russo Lee Gallery with a focused presentation on regional artists, and Mullowney Printing’s display of screen prints and letterpress editions by leading contemporary artists.

The fair will also include New York-based BDDW, a space dedicated to timeless design, expert craftsmanship, and forward-thinking manufacturing processes, and Tokyo’s A Lighthouse called Kanata, a gallery devoted to the reinterpretation of contemporary Japanese art in the 21st century.

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