Sunday Art Fair announces 2017 exhibitor list
Launched in 2010 by a group of galleries comprised of Croy Nielsen and the now defunct Tulips and Roses and Limoncello — who were also behind the inaugural edition online fair, Dreams — Sunday Art Fair has announced its list of exhibitors for its 2017 edition.
Many established artists exhibited at Sunday Art Fair earlier in their careers, affording it the reputation of a central hub for emerging art. Anne Imhof, Venice Biennale Golden Lion Winner, Christian Jankowski, and Ryan Gander have all previously been shown at the fair.
Led by Supplement gallery since 2015, this year’s edition of Sunday Art Fair will run concurrently to Frieze from October 5 through 8. Located at the Ambika P3 exhibition space in the bowels of the University of Westminster’s School of Engineering, the fair is just a stone’s throw from Frieze’s Regent’s Park location.
The full list of participants is as follows: Barbara Seiler, Zurich; Berthold Pott, Cologne; Carbon 12, Dubai; Dürst Britt & Mayhew, Den Haag; Future Gallery, Berlin; Galerie Samy Abraham, Paris; garcía | galería, Madrid; Good Weather, Arkansas; Ivan Gallery, Bucharest; Johannes Vogt, NY; Kasia Michalski, Warsaw; Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, NY; ltd los angeles, LA; Luce Gallery, Turin; Mieke van Schaijk, Den Bosch; PACT, Paris; Piktogram, Warsaw; PM8, Vigo; Rowing, London; Shulamit Nazarian, LA; Stems Gallery, Brussels / Luxembourg; Supplement, London; Suprainfinit, Bucharest; The Goma, Madrid; yours mine & ours, NY. Editions from: Daata Editions; Kunstraum / &editions; Liverpool Biennial; Nottingham Contemporary.