This year, under the leadership of Wide Open Arts, the Outsider Art Fair is moving to Chelsea, to the site of the former Dia Art Foundation. 
The upcoming edition of the fair, a leading event in the field of outsider, self-taught, and folk art, will host 40 dealers (including former SITE Santa Fe director Laura Steward, New York’s Laurel Gitlen, Feature Inc., Kinz + Tillou, and Vito Schnabel).
The Outsider Art Fair will take place from January 31 through February 3 at Center 548 (548 West 22nd Street, Chelsea, Manhattan).
Use the promo code “hyperallergic” to reserve a complimentary 1-day ticket to the fair.
Image: Henry Darger, “Jennie and her Sisters are Nearly Run Down by Train…”, c. 1950s. 18 x 24 inches, watercolor, pencil on paper

This year, under the leadership of Wide Open Arts, the Outsider Art Fair is moving to Chelsea, to the site of the former Dia Art Foundation.

The upcoming edition of the fair, a leading event in the field of outsider, self-taught, and folk art, will host 40 dealers (including former SITE Santa Fe director Laura Steward, New York’s Laurel Gitlen, Feature Inc., Kinz + Tillou, and Vito Schnabel).

The Outsider Art Fair will take place from January 31 through February 3 at Center 548 (548 West 22nd Street, Chelsea, Manhattan).

Use the promo code “hyperallergic” to reserve a complimentary 1-day ticket to the fair.

Image: Henry Darger, “Jennie and her Sisters are Nearly Run Down by Train…”, c. 1950s. 18 x 24 inches, watercolor, pencil on paper