Seattle Art Fair Announces 2017 Exhibitor List and Beneficiaries

(Seattle, WA — April 19, 2017)

Seattle Art Fair Announces 2017 Exhibitor List and Beneficiaries—The third edition of the fair will support Coyote Central and Arts Corps

Seattle Art Fair 2016. Photo by Robert Wade. Courtesy of Seattle Art Fair.

The Seattle Art Fair, presented by AIG, is proud to announce the 2017 exhibitor list and beneficiary organizations for the third edition of the fair.

This year’s Seattle Art Fair will take place August 3 -­ 6, 2017 at CenturyLink Field Event Center. The Seattle Art Fair continues to grow, showcasing the beauty of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, the area’s vibrant cultural scene, collector base and bringing cutting-­edge contemporary art to the region, with exhibitors representing 25 cities from 9 countries, including 49 galleries from the Pacific Rim.

This year’s dealer committee is comprised of Lidia Andich (Gagosian Gallery), Robert Goff (David Zwirner Gallery), James Harris (James Harris Gallery), William Hathaway (Night Gallery), Greg Kucera (Greg Kucera Gallery), and Elizabeth Sullivan (Pace Gallery).

The Seattle Art Fair is also pleased to announce this year’s two beneficiaries, Coyote Central and Arts Corps, which both aim to address racial and economic disparities in arts education. Funds raised during the beneficiary preview will be split between the two organizations. The funds will support Coyote Central in providing equitable access for underserved and immigrant youth to intensive hands-­on courses with professional artists, and Arts Corps’ Creative Schools Initiative, which boosts creativity and strengthens academic learning for students in grades K-­8, by integrating the fine arts into the classroom setting.


Abmeyer + Wood Fine Art, Seattle
ACA Galleries, New York
Adams and Ollman, Portland
Alexandre, New York
Allan Stone Projects, New York
Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe, New York
Amy Li Projects, New York
Back Gallery Project, Vancouver
Backslash Gallery, Paris
Bridge Productions, Seattle
C24 Gallery, New York
Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles
Chosun Art Gallery, Seoul
COHJU contemporary art, Kyoto
Contemporary HEIS, Tokyo
David Klein Gallery, Detroit
David Zwirner, New York / London
Davidson Galleries, Seattle
Debra Force Fine Art, New York
Diane Rosenstein, Los Angeles
Dolan/Maxwell, Philadelphia
Elissa Cristall Gallery, Vancouver
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland
Forum Gallery, New York
Foster/White, Seattle
G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle
Gagosian Gallery, New York / Beverly Hills / San Francisco / London / Paris / Rome / Athens /
Geneva / Hong Kong
Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum
Gallery Jones, Vancouver
Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle
Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco
H-­art Beat Gallery, Tokyo
James Harris Gallery, Seattle
JanKossen Contemporary, New York
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte
Joshua Liner Gallery, New York
Klowden Mann, Culver City
Krupic Kersting, Cologne
Linda Hodges Gallery, Seattle
Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York
MA2 Gallery, Tokyo
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York
Mindy Soloman Gallery, Miami
Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo
Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver
Moskowitz Bayse, Los Angeles
Muriel Guepin Gallery, New York
Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Ohshima Fine Art, Tokyo
Other Criteria, New York / London
Pace Gallery, New York / London / Beijing / Hong Kong / Paris / Palo Alto / Seoul
Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York
Patricia Rovzar Gallery, Seattle
Paul Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco
PERROTIN, New York / Paris / Hong Kong / Seoul / Tokyo
Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, New York / London
Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles
Robischon Gallery, Denver
Rossi & Rossi, Hong Kong
SEASON, Seattle
Shift Gallery, Seattle
Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles
SIM Galeria, Curitiba
Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York / Hong Kong / Singapore
Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque
The Russo Lee Gallery, Portland
Upfor, Portland
UTA Artist Space, Los Angeles
Whitestone Gallery, Hong Kong
Wildwood Press, St. Louis
Winston Wächter Fine Art, Seattle / New York
Woodside/Braseth Gallery, Seattle
YUKI-­SIS, Tokyo
101/EXHIBIT, West Hollywood
*List in formation and subject to change.


Collector Preview by Invitation
Thursday, August 3, 3PM -­ 5PM

Beneficiary Preview
Thursday, August 3, 5:30PM -­ 9PM

Public Fair Hours
Friday, August 4, 11AM -­ 7PM
Saturday, August 5, 11AM -­ 7PM
Sunday, August 6, 12PM -­ 6PM


$50 Multi-­Day
$20 Single Day
Tickets available online here, beginning June 1.

CenturyLink Field Event Center
1000 Occidental Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134

Arts Corps is a multidisciplinary social justice organization in Seattle that provides free arts learning opportunities to young people from kindergarten through high school. Arts Corps’ mission is to unlock the creative power of youth through arts education and community collaboration. We offer arts integrated and culturally relevant learning opportunities in and out the school day with an emphasis on serving low-­income youth of color and others facing systemic oppression. Through these programs and local and national leadership, Arts Corps addresses a critical opportunity gap in a region where race is the greatest determining factor in access to arts education.

The Creative Schools Initiative (CSI) is an intensive arts integration program aimed at addressing the racial and economic disparity in access to arts education by teaching artistic skills and creativity while strengthening academic learning and contributing to a liberatory classroom environment that fosters young people’s sense of belonging, connection, and mindsets for learning. This school year, Arts Corps is contributing to transformative school day learning for over 1,000 K-­8 students in 7 schools.


Coyote Central challenges young adolescents of every race and socio-­economic background to build skills, creative thinking, self-­awareness, and social awareness through hands-­on projects with professionals in creative fields.

Since its founding in 1986, Coyote Central has built the creativity and self-­awareness of over 15,000 middle-­school youth of diverse races, economic backgrounds, family situations, and neighborhoods. Coyote is unique among Seattle nonprofits in focusing exclusively on early adolescence, when kids are first starting to figure out who they are and what they want to do in the world. As they learn the skills and tools of creative mediums, they realize their own capabilities and passions. Coyote teaching artists, who are all professionals in their field, model the dedication and perseverance of their creative professions and give youth a sense of what it means to make a career of creativity.

Coyote also encourages social awareness, asking teens to reflect on their cultural identity and their role in the social fabric of their community. Working in teams with youth of different backgrounds builds their cultural competence and respect for the values of people different from themselves.


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. Based in Seattle, a city as renowned for its natural beauty as its cultural landscape, 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. Founded in 2015 by Paul G. Allen, the Seattle Art Fair is produced by Vulcan Inc. and Art Market Productions.