Moniker is Coming to Town
This May 3 – 6, Moniker International Art Fair makes its New York debut, welcoming international and local collectors to a four-day celebration of New Contemporary Art at Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse, Brooklyn.
With a proven track record of delivering a rich and varied programme in London UK since 2010, Moniker International Art Fair has established itself as the world’s leading contemporary art fair with it’s roots embedded in urban culture. The Fair rallies against the familiar grind of the art fair season with a curated, experiential and immersive focus, creating unique settings for the display of artists and their work. This May, Moniker will see the imposing, cavernous space of Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse transformed into a curated 27 stand exhibition, echoing the subversive edge and outsider-ethos at the core of the urban art scene, and just like a fun fair, visitor engagement and interaction is encouraged.
Moniker aims to spotlight emerging and established talent from a burgeoning and increasingly diverse contemporary art movement forged by its subversive and innovative spirit, attracting some of the most talked about artists, galleries and collectors from the finer side of the urban art movement.
The fair running from the 3 – 6 May will be Moniker’s international debut – having built a reputation from its annual editions held in Shoreditch, London – giving New York city’s art lovers a chance to discover the artists at the forefront of the scene at their own pace, and through their own curiosity, interactivity, and unexpected connections.
FAIR OPENING TIMES & DAYS
Thursday 3 May | VIP & Press Preview (Invite only): 3pm-5pm
Private View | 5pm-10pm | $25
Friday 4 May | 12pm-10pm | $15
Saturday 5 May | 12pm-8pm | $15
Sunday 6 May | 12pm-6pm | $15
The Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse
73 West St, Brooklyn, NY 11222, USA
The Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse, a Brooklyn landmark that played a huge role in the American Industrial Revolution, boasts the original brick and wood of the era and the building facade remains untouched from the 1890s. This raw and versatile landmark was recently restored with close attention paid to the details of the past and is now prime for Moniker’s first US edition.