by Cassie Packard
Leaves aren’t the only thing hitting the pavement this November. Get your art fair fix with the Art Show and the Other Art Fair; take in Lex Brown’s razor-sharp humor and technocapitalist critique at Deli Gallery; and head to the Whitney Museum to learn about the women artists who were fundamental to the development of American abstraction. There are options for virtual viewing, too, from NFTs by Addie Wagenknecht to an Afro-Surrealist online game by Dennis Osadeb
The Other Art Fair
130 independent and emerging artists are displaying work at the Other Art Fair, an event hosted by Saatchi Art that originated in the UK in 2011 and has since expanded to the US, Canada, and Australia. The modestly scaled fair’s eighth edition, which runs concurrently with the ADAA Art Show, offers work by primarily New York-based artists at relatively affordable price points (starting at $100) as well as hand-poked tattoos.
The Art Show
This year’s edition of the long-running art fair will take place virtually and in person with 72 galleries presenting solo, thematic, or group exhibitions. Works on view range from abstract paintings by artist and fisherman Forrest Bess, to tapestries by fourth-generation Navajo weaver Melissa S. Cody, to photographs made by East Village artist Tseng Kwong Chi in collaboration with Keith Haring and Bill T. Jones. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit New York nonprofit Henry Street Settlement……………………