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Portland’s Adams and Ollman will offer Marlon Mullen, Untitled, 2017, acrylic on canvas.
COURTESY THE ARTIST AND ADAMS AND OLLMAN, PORTLAND
The third edition of the Seattle Art Fair opens to the public on Friday, August 4, with a preview day on Thursday, August 3. The fair will bring together 88 galleries from 26 international cities to the Emerald City. Among the highlights are Kelly Reemtsen at Detroit’s David Klein Gallery, Jeffrey Gibson at Los Angeles’s Roberts & Tilton, and Alfred Steiner at West Hollywood, California’s 101 Exhibit.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THEIR GALLERY; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
- Adams and Ollman, Portland
Marlon Mullen, Untitled, 2017, acrylic on canvas.
- David Klein Gallery, Detroit
Kelly Reemtsen, I Have Had It, 2017, oil on panel.
- Alexandre Gallery, New York
Lee Bontecou, Untitled, 1958, soot on paper.
- Galerie Lelong & Co., New York
Petah Coyne, Untitled #1396 (Catherine the Great), 2015, hand-blown glass flower, velvet ribbon, tassels, and glass vitrine.
- Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico
David Rathman, I Got a Few Debts to Pay, 2016, two-color lithograph.
- James Harris Gallery, Seattle
Gary Hill, Loop Through, 2005, two-channel video installation.
- Krupic Kersting, Cologne, Germany
Tracey Snelling, Girl’s room, 2017, wood, images, fabric, light, video, LCD screen, media player, speaker, and transformer.
- Wildwood Press LLC, St. Louis, Missouri
Juan Sanchez, Victoria de Samotracia, 2000, collagraph, photolitho, hand coloring, and feathers.
- Mindy Solomon Gallery, Miami
Osamu Kobayashi, Fireball, 2017, oil on canvas.
- Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach, California
Lita Albuquerque, Auric Field (Gold with Blue), n.d., pigment on panel, gold leaf on resin.
- projects+gallery, St. Louis, Missouri
Hassan Hajjaj, Simo Legs in Blue, 2013, metallic Lambda print on Dibond.
- Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles
Jeffrey Gibson, Alive!, 2016, canvas, acrylic felt, glass beads, artificial sinew, steel studs, tin jingles, and nylon fringe.
- Joshua Liner Gallery, New York
Riusuke Fukahori, The Ark (Goldfish Salvation), detail, 2015, wood, net, aluminum, epoxy resin, and acrylic.
- 101 Exhibit, West Hollywood, California
Alfred Steiner, Android (Astro Boy), n.d., watercolor on paper.
- Sponder Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida
Anne Lilly, To See, 2016, mixed media.
- Fridman Gallery, New York
Pascale Marthine Tayou, Poupée Pascale #20, 2014, crystal, mixed media.
- Gallery Jones, Vancouver, British Columbia
James Nizam, Obliquity of the Ecliptic, 2017, photograph.
- 313 Art Project, Seoul
Lee Wan, For Better Tomorrow & Proper Time, 2017, mixed media, installation view.
- ACA Galleries, New York
Jacob Lawrence, The Carpenter, 1957, pen and ink on paper.
- Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco
Gay Outlaw, Untitled (Orange Flow with Waders), 2016, laminated ink-jet print with cast glass, frame.
- Whitestone Gallery, Hong Kong
Tsuyoshi Maekawa, Untitled, 2017, synthetic fiber, stitch, acrylic.
- Chosun Art Gallery, Seoul
Lee Soon Ae, Stroll About, 2011, powder color on cotton.
- Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle
Deborah Butterfield, HISAIBA, 2016, cast bronze.
- Franklin Bowles Galleries, San Francisco
Agustí Puig, Red figure and moon, 2017, mixed media on canvas.
- Galerie Youn, Montreal
Hugo Alonso, Carla, 2016, acrylic on canvas.
- Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina
Robert Motherwell, Untitled, 1981, acrylic on paper.
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- Rebecca Hossack, London
Rose Blake, My Shelf (With Turtle Parade), 2017 monotype.
- Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York, Hong Kong, and Singapore
Sohan Qadri, DEVA VII, 2008, ink and dye on paper.