Clio Art Fair
Clio Art Fair, which takes its name from a word derived from the Greek root meaning “to celebrate”, is a quite special show that aims to promote contemporary artists by create a direct bond between them and collectors. At this “Anti-Fair”, as it likes to define itself, independent artists are the primary concern, not just sales. It thus showcases contemporary art and interventions created by artists from all over the world. Above all, it aims to create emotional connections. This true New-Yorker fair is a don’t-miss show to discover edgy independent artists, without yet any exclusive NYC galleries representation. It takes places in the busy month of March, at the same time for example as SCOPE Art Show or VOLTA. As an innovative fair, it is the first one to accept the primary crypto-values as a form of payment.
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Clio Art Fair 2020
South of Hudson Yards
550 West 29th Street
New York, NY, 10001
5 March: 6pm – 9pm (VIP Opening)
6 March: 12pm – 8pm
7 March: 2pm – 8pm
8 March: 2pm – 6pm
7-8 March: 12pm – 2pm (Brunch)
VIP Opening: $55
General Admission: $18
Students & Seniors: $10
Clio Art Fair © Arte Fuse
Insights Clio Art Fair
What is Clio Art Fair DNA?
Empowering Independent Artists is our mission and our statement.
What type of galleries are chosen to exhibit, and why?
We exhibit international independent artists without any exclusive NYC gallery representation.
What is the price range? Who buy?
Artworks are sold generally between $ 500 and $ 5,000.
That’s the reason why every Newyorker is a potential buyer to our Art Fair.
“Empowering Independent Artists is our mission and our statement.”
Is there a typical Clio Art Fair visitor?
Our fair was born in Manhattan and is thus managed locally.
We have then an accurate vip list of contemporary art insiders in the city.
What is Clio Art Fair special appeal?
In general, we can guarantee a fair with excellent discoveries from all over the world.
What are two other art fairs you would suggest?
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