The Other Art Fair Brooklyn

The Other Art Fair, presented by Saatchi Art, a global art event dedicated to showcasing independent artists, is set to host its tenth Brooklyn edition on November 3-6, 2022 at a new venue, Brooklyn Navy Yard. This will be The Other Art Fair’s first edition at the iconic, one-of-a-kind location. Nestled in the middle of Dumbo, Williamsburg, and downtown Brooklyn, and accessible by most train lines and by ferry, the Other Art Fair Brooklyn at Brooklyn Navy Yard will be more connected and accessible than ever.

The Fair will host 120+ independent and emerging artists from across the globe and local to NYC – each hand-picked by a committee of local art world experts. Visitors can meet artists in person and discover thousands of original artworks and limited-edition prints across various media (painting, photography, sculpture, mixed media, and more). With prices ranging from $100 to $10,000, there is something for everyone.

In addition to the 1,000+ artworks, Fair visitors can enjoy:
• Complimentary cocktails from the BOMBAY SAPPHIRE bar
• Live DJ sets from:
DJ Kaydonna
Harkness Granger
Scotia Birdsey
Nick Schiarizzi
• Local Food Trucks:
Deploy Coffee
Makina Café
El Toro Rojo
• Immersive Installations and Experiential Activations:
Light Baths by Jarid Blue [KingMallard]
Guests can get a one-on-one session with Jarid and receive a digital portrait for download
Sculptures by: SiiGii
“nail ART” by Eve de Haan, often known as Half A Roast Chicken
Attendees can experience an installation of her renowned neon artworks and receive free nail art

Additionally, this year The Other Art Fair is supported by New Futures Community Partners Industry City, a creative campus located in Brooklyn, and its art initiative The Collision Project. Jurors Haoran Chen, Manager, Digital Marketing & Creative at Industry City, and Vittoria Benzine, Brooklyn-based art writer and personal essayist, hand-selected the three Brooklyn-based Fall 2022 New Futures Recipients, who will be presented in partnership with BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® as part of the exhibitor line-up. Formalized in 2021 as part of The Other Art Fair’s ongoing mission to break down traditional barriers of the contemporary art world, New Futures is designed to launch the careers of talented emerging artists by awarding local artists mentoring and free exhibition space onsite at the Fair.

(Private View) Thursday, November 3, 2022 | 6pm – 10pm
Friday, November 4, 2022 | 4pm – 10pm
Saturday, November 5, 2022 | 11am – 7pm
Sunday, November 6, 2022 | 11am – 6pm

Brooklyn Navy Yard, Agger Fish
63 Flushing Ave., Building 269, Brooklyn NY 11201

For more information on The Other Art Fair and to purchase tickets, please visit here.

AFRIBEMBÉ FESTIVAL: Black Solidarity = Black Freedom

In the revolutionary spirit of Black August and understanding that unity is key to Black Freedom, this year’s AFRIBEMBÉ FESTIVAL, hosted by the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute and Friends of Art Park Alliance, is this year, makes a special call for global Black Solidarity. Powered by the Black genius of both emerging and renowned African descendant creatives with roots throughout all the Diaspora, AFRIBEMBÉ is an opportunity for us to rejoice in our creativity, artistry, intellectuality, and musicality.

Experience our 3rd annual AFRIBEMBÉ FESTIVAL:

Bembé Stage ft: Tabou Combo, Afro Dominicano, DJ Reborn, Durieux, Rue Brown, Boricua Legends, DJ Sabine, and Nkumu Katalay and The Life Long Project Band.

Children’s Village, activities for our next generation of creatives and leaders.

SoulFull Food Plaza, comfort food from across the Diaspora.

AfriBembé Marketplace, merchandise, arts and crafts.

Critically Black Dialogue Series: A panel discussion on Black Solidarity in collaboration with The Shabazz Center.
And more…

Collectively, our community has made important strides in our struggle for self-determination and resistance against systemic racism around the world. Join us in celebrating and honoring our ancestors and revolutionaries, and in encouraging the new generation of activists to further this legacy.

Registration is free and by registering you are guaranteed entry to the event between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Capacity is limited, non registered attendees will be admitted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Register at