The Accessible Art Fair comes to New York with a party at the Woolworth Building: PHOTOS

Christophe Allard, Andrea Bonaito, Maria van Vlodrop (all photos credit: Patrick McMullan)

To celebrate its upcoming show at The National Arts Club in Gramercy, the Accessible Art Fair threw a press preview party last Wednesday night in the Artnet offices in the Woolworth Building.

Stephanie Manasseh, Christian Loos

Guests admired the skyline views while sipping cocktails from Stoli Elit Ultra Luxury Vodka and eating chocolates from Neuhaus Belgian Chocolate. Notable guests included: Maria van Vlodrop, the Director & Co-Founder, Accessible Art Fair New York edition, Stephanie Manasseh the Founder & Director, Accessible Art Fair and Chief Curator New York edition, Isaac Aden Guest Curator, Ann Lydecker Bunge New York Jury Member, Marcel Ceuppens Participating Artist, Christophe Allard Director of Sales and Commercial Strategy (US) Brussels Airlines, Margaret Ann Withers Accessible Art Fair New York Participating Artist and Gert Tangrootenhuysen Belgian Chamber of Commerce in New York.

Sophie Neuendorf, Louisa Shadforth

The Accessible Art Fair will be open to the public, and unlike the Affordable Art Fair, there is no price cap on what works are allowed to be shown. Almost none of the artists are represented by a gallery, and so the public will be able to interact with the artists directly. The fair will run from November 1 to November 25th.

Robin Lauffer, Stephanie Manasseh, Rozalia Jovanovic
Miwako Tezuka, Stephanie Nass
Margaret Withers
Isaac Aden, Ann Lydecker
Davette Dehaen, Gert Tangrootenhuysen
Christophe Allard, Margaret Withers, Marcel Ceuppens
Bianca Salvadore, Lacrown Johnson, Wendy Diamond
Andrea Bonaito, Christophe Allard, Christian Loos