Institute 193 is pleased to announce that we’ll be participating in the Outsider Art Fair in New York City, from January 31 to February 3.
Founded in 1993, the Outsider Art Fair is the leading annual event in the field of Outsider, Self-Taught and Folk Art. This year, under the operation of Andrew Edlin and Wide Open Arts, the fair has moved to the former Dia Foundation building in Chelsea, and will feature a series of panel discussions led by artists, academics, writers, and curators.
In Booth 2.15, Institute 193 will stage an exhibition titled What Is A (W)hole?, featuring photographs and drawings by Albert Moser, sculptures by Marvin Francis, illustrations by J.T. Dockery, drawings by Beverly Baker, sculptures by Robert Morgan, and a video piece by Resonant Hole. This is an extraordinary opportunity to showcase the work of these Kentucky artists to an entirely new population.