Art In NYC: Flux Art Fair Launches During an Event-Filled Week In Harlem, May 14-17 at the Corn Exchange Building

Tomo Mori, Rain, 2013, Acrylic canvas on canvas collage, 36” x 48”

The art scene in New York City has been incredibly energetic for decades, and we are seeing a resurgence of this energy in the contemporary-sphere in none other than Harlem. Leanne Stella, renowned curator & fair organizer is solidifying this position with the launch of Flux Art Fair. The inaugural fair is an extension of Stella’s Art In Flux program, which provides opportunities for artists through pop-up exhibitions in under-utilized spaces in the neighborhood.

Uday Dhar, Mirror Mirror No.8, Janus, Casein, water-based pigment, spray paint, crayon, and collage on canvas, 54” x 48” (Sold)

Flux Art Fair will take place on May 14 through the 17th, coinciding with Frieze Art Week in New York City, and will be held at the historic Corn Exchange Building. It will feature thirty artists selected by a curatorial committee consisting of Danny Simmons, Manon Slome, David C. Terry, Rachel Weingeist, Raul ZamudioRoger C Tucker IIIKristin Sancken, and Omo Misha. 

Aya Rodriguez-Izumi, Lynesse as ‘American Buffalo’, 2014, Photographed sculpture, Digital C-print, 30” x 20”

American Buffalo, 2014, Sculpture, fishnet stocking, yarn, and acrylic, 18” x 15” x 15”

The images throughout the post are a glimpse of what you can expect at the fair and beyond, as artists curated pieces for  Chef Marcus Samuelson’s Harlem EatUp!a food festival throughout Harlem that takes place the same weekend. Are you excited yet? I hope so! Read on for full event details, and how to purchase tickets below. Hope to see you there!


GENERAL ADMISSION:   May 14-17, 2015

To purchase tickets in advance, go here.

THUR/FRI/SAT 11:00 am-8:00 pm

SUN 11:00 am to 6:00 pm



81 E. 125th Street, Harlem, NYC

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