Harlem’s first contemporary art fair
The Flux Art Fair is Harlem’s first contemporary art fair will debut this month from May 14-17. Founded by Leanne Stella, the fair will feature the works on independent and international artists who encompass the vibrancy and rich culture that is in Harlem. This fair will also coincide with Frieze art week and held in conjunction with Marcus Samuelsson’s inaugural Harlem EatUp! festival. Read on for special curators, location, hours, and admission fees.
Leanne Stella, founder of Art in Flux
Manon Slome, founder and chief curator of No Longer Empty
Danny Simmons, renowned creative and arts patron
David C. Terry, artist, curator, and patron; current: Director of Programs at NYFA
Kristin Sancken, writer, curator, and arts consultant
Omo Misha, curator, artist, and community activist
Rachel Weingeist, curator and advisor; an authority on contemporary Cuban art
Raul Zamudio, curator and writer
Rasu Jilani, curator, social sculptor, and entrepreneur
Roger C. Tucker III, curator, advisor, and private dealer
Capucine Bourcart • Paul Deo • Alexis Duque • Ivan Forde • Juan Luna • Tomo Mori • Leah Poller • Anne Pomponio • Lina Puerta • Makeba Rainey • David Shrobe • Jocelyn Shu • Stan Squirewell • Danielle Siegelbaum • Diane Smith • Ming Smith • Suprina • TAFA • LeRone Wilson
International and U.S., outside Harlem
Carlos Arturo Arias • Christophe Avella Bagur • Angelo Bellobono • Anthony Boone • Ai Campbell • Linda Cunningham • Dominant Dansby • Uday Dhar • Ula Einstein • Ellen Hackl Fagan • Shaunte Gates • Musa Hixson • Ya La’ford • Nolan Lem • Ibou Ndoye • Sui Park • Thabiso Phokompe • John Pinderhughes • Jeffrey Allen Price • Jamea Richmond-Edwards • Elio Rodriguez • Aya Rodriguez-Izumi • Margaret Roleke • Bayeté Ross Smith • Ivan Stojakovic • Bobbi Van • Andre Woolery
SOL’SAX, presented by Danny Simmons
Willie Cole, presented by Roger C. Tucker III
Michael Anderson, presented by Kristen Sancken
Heather Hart, presented by David C. Terry
D.H. Caranda Martin, presented by Omo Misha
Shahram Entekhabi, presented by Raul Zamudio
Jose Rodriguez, presented by Rasu Jilani
Carlos Rodriguez-Cardenas, presented by Rachel Weingeist
Corn Exchange Building
81 – 85 East 125th Street
Wednesday, May 13: 6 – 9 p.m.
Advance tickets $75; $100 at the door
Early patron entry 5 p.m.
Public opening hours
Thursday, May 14 – Saturday, May 16: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 17: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
General admission $20
Students and seniors $15
Group of 10+ discounted to $10 each
Children under 12 free