The Other Art Fair Brooklyn

Presented by Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair offers the opportunity to purchase original art direct from emerging and under-represented artists. The show aims to open the doors for new collectors, giving them the chance to discover innovative works and new artists at affordable prices. 130 different artists representing the next generation are exhibited at this art fair that takes place in May. The Other Art Fair was originally launched in 2011 in London, and is now represented in the USA and Australia too. Indeed, The Other Art Fair runs in total 8 editions in Brooklyn, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, Sydney, MelbourneLondon and Toronto (launch in April 2021). The Brooklyn edition premiered in 2018, and proved to be a huge hit with visitors and exhibitors, and is expected to grow in size over the coming years.

The Other Art Fair Brooklyn 2023


Knockdown Center
52-19 Flushing Ave
Maspeth, NY


November 2023: TBA

Entrance Fee

Private View Ticket: $30
General Admission: $18
Students + Seniors: $15
Children Under 16: FREE



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TOAF Viewing Room

Along with Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair has launched The Online Studios. The digital platform offers exciting artworks from international emerging talents that collectors can easily discover and purchase.

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