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Outsider Art Fair

The 23rd annual Outsider Art Fair hosts 50 international galleries from 27 cities representing 8 countries

If your tastes in art range from folky and visionary to surreal and paranoid, head over to the annual fair devoted to self-taught artists, where you'll find all of that and more hosted by some of the best art galleries in the world. On tap are works presented by 50 international galleries from 27 cities representing 8 countries—including painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed-media and photography. Also on view: A special exhibition spotlighting five artists (Melvin Way, Emery Blagdon, Adolf Wölfli, Mark Lombardi and the Philadelphia Wireman) curated by art dealer Jay Gorney and artist, writer and Time Out contributor Anne Doran. Don’t miss one of New York's seminal art events.

Outsider Art Fair 2015

Courtesy Arte del Pueblo
1/20

Wesner LaForest, Drumming, 1959. Oil on Masonite, 24 x 20 inches

Courtesy Kent Fine Art
2/20

John Brill (b. 1951 NJ), Plasma, 2013.pigmented inkjet print on 100% cotton paper, with UV-shielding varnish image c. 5" x 41⁄2"; sheet 81⁄2“ x 11”

Courtesy Carl Hammer Gallery
3/20

Henry Darger, Are Seized by Pursueing [sic] Glandelinians. 19 x 48 inches overall (image is detail of one panel)carbon transfer and watercolor on paper

Courtesy Cavin-Morris Gallery
4/20

Melvin Edward Nelson, Planetscape #2, n/d. mineral pigment, watercolor on paper18 x 24 inches / 45.7 x 61 cm

Courtesy Cavin Morris
5/20

Emery Blagdon, Untitled, c. 1956 – 1984.Paint, steel/board13 x 9.75 in  (33.0 x 24.8 cm)

Courtesy FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery
6/20

Larry Lewis, Untitled (Woman with Urn), c. 1970. mixed media on paper21in x 36 inches / 53.34cm x 91.44cm

Courtesy The Good Luck Gallery
7/20

Andrew Frieder, Untitled (Fish Man), 2007. mixed media on paper16 x 20 inches

Courtesy Galeria Estação
8/20

Alcides Pereira dos Santos, A boat cabin, 1995. Acrylic on canvas28.74 x 85.04 inches

Courtesy Henry Boxer Gallery
9/20

Manuel Bonifacio, Untitled, c.2013. crayon on paper12 x 16 inches

Courtesy Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery
10/20

Andy Dixon, Yellow Portrait, 2014.Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas, 52 x 33 inches

Courtesy Scott Ogden
11/20

Ike Morgan, Untitled (woman on blue background), pastel and charcoal on paper, 20" x 14"

Courtesy Galerie L’Inlassable
12/20

Josette Exandier, Nabuchodonosor, 2014Assemblage feathers, bones, and mixed media, 13 x 8 x 4 inches

Courtesy J. Compton Gallery
13/20

Larry John Palsson (1948-2010), Untitled, n.d., acrylic on art board11.25 x 14.5 inches

Courtesy Judy A. Saslow Gallery
14/20

Gerard Cambon, Peek Frean's, 2006. mixed media9 x 16 x 4 inches

Courtesy Louis B. James
15/20

Matthew Kirk, To Go Where He Went, 2013.Oil, spray paint, chalk, graphite, and latex on sheetrock in artist’s frame, 44 x 60 x 1 inches

Courtesy The Pardee Collection
16/20

“Uncle Pete” Drgac, Untitled, 1972. enamel on paper14 x 22 inches

17/20

Philadelphia Wireman, Untitled (green neon tubing), c. 1970–1975.wire, found objects

Courtesy Ricco Maresca
18/20

Martín Ramírez, Untitled, (Stag on mound with fireworks), c.1952-53. graphite, tempera and crayon on paper32 x 19 1/2 inches; 81.3 x 49.5 cm

Courtesy The Ames Gallery
19/20

Howard Finster, I AM A Gourd, 1982. 12 x 7 inches diameter

Courtesy Ernie Wolfe Gallery
20/20

Kwame Akoto (Almighty God), Most Valuable Player...Bill Gates, 2012. Oil on plywood, 48 x 38 inches

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Outsider Art Fair 2015

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Since the first Outsider Art Fair, interest in self-taught and folk artists has grown exponentially in the art world—so much so that the genre has had a major stylistic impact on many insider artists, including some with MFAs from the most important graduate programs in the country. This fair remains the premier showcase for this category of work, with a reach that's become worldwide.

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Thu Jan 29 - Sun Feb 1

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