Sean Fader interviewed on NY1

Sean Fader interviewed on NY1

Lots to Explore During Annual NYC Art Fair Week

By Stephanie Simon

Friday, March 3, 2017

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NY1 VIDEO: It’s Art Fair Week in NYC, meaning more than 75,000 art lovers, buyers, collectors and the curious will take in one or more of the 10 major art fairs. Most run now through Sunday. Most fairs have an array of admission prices starting around $15 and $25 plus multiple day options.

SPRING/BREAK vs. the Independent by Whitehot Magazine

SPRING/BREAK vs. the Independent by Whitehot Magazine

Occupying Offices: Independent vs. Spring/Break

By PAUL LASTER, Mar. 2017

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Armory Arts Week brings the touring art circus to town—without the live animals.

The Armory Show, which focuses on contemporary art, looks better than ever under the leadership of new director Benjamin Genocchio this year; it’s sister fair VOLTA, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, shines a spotlight on new art; the ADAA Art Show offers a smart, blue-chip selection
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Sean Fader interviewed by ArtSlant

Sean Fader interviewed by ArtSlant

FACING THE BLACK MIRROR: SEAN FADER’S AWESOME YEAR

BY ANDREA ALESSI

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Oscar Wilde famously suggested great art “reveal beauty and hide the artist.” For the 2017 BLACK MIRROR exhibition at SPRING/ BREAK, more than 100 curators will feature artworks that explore the dance of identity the artist undergoes—between showing what’s unseen and hiding in plain sight—especially in the face of modern technology, political unrest, and glimmers from ghosts
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Sean Fader at SPRING/BREAK in Artnet

Sean Fader at SPRING/BREAK in Artnet

The SPRING/BREAK Art Show Curator List Is Finally Here

There’s a lot to look forward to next week.

Sarah Cascone, February 24, 2017

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New York’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show has finally revealed the list of its 2017 curators responding to the theme “BLACK MIRROR,” based on the idea of identity and what artists chose to reveal to the world of their personal selves.

It’s an organizing principle that is
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