Greener Future

In 2019, The Other Art Fair is setting itself the challenge of creating a Greener Future... 

Teaming up with Broadcaster and Global Head of Collections at Soho House & Co. Kate Bryan as curator, The Other Art Fair has programmed a year-long series of events, initiatives and exhibitions to take the steps to becoming more sustainable.

In our efforts to join the greener side at our March Los Angeles edition, The Other Art Fair will host a number of exciting new features to educate and inspire visitors. See the full program below. 

Fair Founder Ryan Stanier introduces The Other Art Fair's new venture for 2019 and beyond - A 'Greener Future'

"I started The Other Art Fair back in 2011 to support unrepresented artists. Since then we have sold over 20,000 artworks, welcomed over 200,000 visitors and worked with more than 3,000 artists across 20 countries.

Eight years on and our mission has expanded. I believe we can still do more but in order to continue working with artists, and developing events which both stimulate and surprise our audiences, we must aim to do this in a sustainable way.

Events so often have a negative impact on the environment and an art fair is no different. We have therefore set ourselves the challenge to be more thoughtful in every decision we make as an organisation and our commitment is to be as environmentally aware as possible. We are now working towards being wholly sustainable and across all our fairs we are taking steps to get much closer to that.

To do this we are working with Kate, who is very passionate about sustainability and will be curating a number of initiatives to highlight many of the issues faced by both artists and organisations like ourselves.

The Other Art Fair is committed to making a difference. I believe we are currently having a positive impact on the art world by cultivating the emerging part of the market, but in order to create art we need a healthy world to be both inspired by and to live in.

It’s yet another reason we are The “Other” Art Fair." 

Ryan Stanier
Founder of The Other Art Fair

Artwork using found upcycled pieces by Fair Artist Steve McPherson, 'Starboard'.


Reuse is the name of the game. We are thrilled to release an exclusive resuable cup designed especially for The Other Art Fair by British artist David Shrigley and with $2 off beers also on the cards, you'll want to just keep coming back.

The exclusive cups can be bought in advance or purchased onsite at the fair for only $10 - There are only a limited number available, so don't miss out!  For more information, click here


Art Upcyle is our new initiative where you can revive your old, unwanted artwork with the help of some special creative talent! Bring your unloved artwork to The Other Art Fair and have them transformed into a new one of a kind original work of art!

Art Upcycle Schedule: 

Thursday March 28: 7pm - 9pm - David Horvitz

Saturday March 30: 1pm - 3pm - C. Finley

Sunday March 31: 1pm - 3pm - Blanda

Click below for more information on the artists

David Horvitz

Thursday night Vernissage

David Horvitz is an American artist who exhibits internationally and is known for his ground breaking work which employs the virtual world. A kindred spirit of The Other Art Fair’s fun and non-elitist attitude, Horvitz often gives his work away for free in various global online projects. He works across many mediums including art books, photography, performance art, and mail art. Expect the unexpected when he lays his incredibly creative hands on your unloved art.


Blanda is a Swiss, contemporary artist living and working between New York and Los Angeles. You may have seen her distinctive monochromatic figure-based work in Vogue, New York Magazine, Vice, WWD, Glamour Magazine, Elle and Rolling Stone who have all covered her work. She will soon unveil a new rooftop mural at the Downtown Soho House Warehouse, so let her practice her endlessly varied and wistful lines on your artworks first.

C Finley

New York City and Rome based artist C. Finley is known for her elaborate geometric paintings, skillful use of color and her activism through street art. We are lucky to catch her in DTLA as she completes a major new work in the city. Unafraid of referencing art historical heavy weights such as Bernini or Michelangelo in her signature bold palette, you are going to get a serious energy and colour hit for your boring artwork!


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