Alex Brown, Forget Me Not, 2010; Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Richard.
Seattle Art Fair 2017
Ruth Asawa, Untitled (S. 558), c. 1950-1959. Courtesy of David Zwirner.
Jacob Hashimoto, Time, Going By, Leaves Nothing Behind, 2017. Courtesy of Anglim Gilbert Gallery.
Seattle Art Fair 2017
Alfredo Jaar, GP2111. Courtesy of Galerie Lelong.
Brad Howe, Truffle Hound, 2016. Courtesy of Gallery Jones.
Sandeep Mukherjee, frictionflow1, 2017. Courtesy of Chimento Contemporary.
Bill Smith, Spheredendron System D: solenoid switching system, 2010. Courtesy of projects+gallery.
Katsutoshi Yuasa, Songenes Sang, 2015. Courtesy of YUKI-SIS.
The Seattle Art Fair is a one-of-a-kind destination for the best in modern and contemporary art and a showcase for the vibrant arts community of the Pacific Northwest. The fair brings together the region’s strong collector base; local, national, and international galleries; area museums and institutions; and an array of innovative public programming.

Latest Announcements

New Acquisitions by Frye Art Museum and Donation to Local Public School
Working with gallerists across the country, Seattle-based artist Joe Rudko has quickly expanded his artistic presence from Seattle to the East Coast and beyond.
The Frye Art Museum is a pillar in the Seattle’s arts community, and has been involved with the Seattle Art Fair as a cultural partner from the beginning.
The partnership includes the launch of the Contemporary Council to expand museum’s collection and bolster the Seattle collecting community
Gallerist Claire Oliver’s commitment to grow the careers of artists she represents has been a core value for over 25 years. One of those artists is Seattle’s Barbara Earl Thomas.
For the past few years, Seattle’s art scene has been evolving — and Winston Wächter Fine Art has witnessed this evolution first-hand.
Announcing an additional installation by legendary conceptual artist Chris Burden, which has been added to this year’s on-site programming.
The Seattle Art Fair, presented by AIG, is proud to announce this year’s on-site programming, curated by the fair’s Artistic Director, Nato Thompson.
The Seattle Art Fair is proud to announce the exhibitor list for its fourth edition. The diverse roster includes local, national, and international galleries representing 34 cities from 10 countries.
Nato Thompson has been appointed artistic director for the 2018 Seattle Art Fair and will be in charge of installations and talks, offering guests a wide range of cultural programming.
The Seattle Art Fair is becoming the premiere fair for modern and contemporary art on the West Coast. In 2017, the fair hosted 100 exhibitors and 22,500 guests.
Seattle Art Fair Concludes Fourth Year with High Engagement and Permanent Gifts to City
New Acquisitions by Frye Art Museum and Donation to Local Public School
Blog | Davidson Gallery + Joe Rudko: Creating Connections Coast to Coast
Working with gallerists across the country, Seattle-based artist Joe Rudko has quickly expanded his artistic presence from Seattle to the East Coast and be...
Blog | Greg Kucera and Frye Art Museum: Uplifting Regional Talent
The Frye Art Museum is a pillar in the Seattle’s arts community, and has been involved with the Seattle Art Fair as a cultural partner from the beginning.