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Mónica Hernández Left: “I want a house,” Oil on canvas, 2018, 48 x 72 in Right: “Moonlight 3,” 2019, Oil on canvas, 8 x 10 in Images courtesy of the artist

This spring’s edition of “Affordable Art Fair NYC” boasts unique and exciting programming, with something for everyone: fun parties, special guests and performances, private tours for families, and more.

On March 28 Art After Dark will feature a performative experience by the talented Philadelphia-based painter and musician, Vessna Scheff. Colors, movements and sounds will come together in a multi-sensory experience as Vessna and her collaborators pair acapella and acoustic sounds, dance, percussion and paint on the surface of a giant canvas, spread across the fair’s inspiration lounge.

Affordable Art Fair NYC’s Young Talent Exhibition is a dedicated platform that supports emerging artists and curators within the contemporary art community. This spring, New York-based artist, Mónica Hernández, will showcase her thought-provoking oil-on-canvas works featuring the female figure and the power of the female gaze. Always looking to challenge how women represent themselves, Hernández is certainly one to watch as a breakout emerging artist, with 103K followers on Instagram and recently named 30 under 35 in CULTURED for 2019.

A new program launching this spring is Stroller Hours, a fun and accessible way for parents to enjoy the fair, discover art and shop with their little ones, hassle-free. With crowded sidewalks and the endless onslaught of bikes, buses and people, parents are hard-pressed to secure elbow room on a casual stroll with their children and strollers. Affordable Art Fair NYC eliminates this struggle, with doors opening early for parents and children only, before opening to the public, on March 30 and 31.

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