A Thriving Art Market Comes to the City of Angels

When we considered Los Angeles for our fourth Superfine! city, we delved deep into the city’s art culture. Constantly juxtaposing the freshest, most exciting talent in the entire world of new contemporary art with heavy-hitter galleries and some of the top museums in the country makes the City of Angels a gorgeous art landscape, and the perfect home for our next Superfine! fair.

Our job is to turn that energy into viability: we bring our approach, focused on an open, transparent, fair, and inclusive art market, to a city that has both the economics and the artistic clout to support a leading emerging art fair for many years to come. We’re extremely excited to provide that opportunity to both solo artists and galleries focused on top emerging talent from LA and beyond.


Powerful Marketing Engine

Targeted LA blogs, physical ads to downtown loft-dwellers, and year-round PR by S&G. All designed to reach existing collectors and inspire new ones.

Social Media by TAX Collection

The TAX Collection curatorial team now runs the @superfine.fair Instagram, expanding our message to a wider audience of art lovers.


Ready to apply?

*Fill out application online via DocuSign, then send 5 artwork examples to to complete application process.

Superfine! is coming...


“While more art fairs make their way to the west coast, it’s refreshing to welcome Superfine! to the mix to create opportunities for emerging artists and collectors and make art fairs more approachable.”

- Shepard Fairey


“The Superfine! team really has true control over the power of curation, presentation, representation for their fair and collector base.”

- Stephanie Black

A convenient drive from LA's other major Presidents' Day art fairs:


1933 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90007

Tell me more about...


+ the fair

  • 26 galleries, 47 artists (73 total exhibitors)
  • Thursday 2/14/19 Vernissage Opening + 3 full days (Friday-Sunday 2/15 - 2/17)
  • Evening programming Thursday-Saturday, geared towards collector-building

+ the venue

  • Magic Box LA, downtown LA’s “unconventional convention center”, located at 1933 South Broadway Avenue.
  • 16,000+ square feet on the venue’s lower level, accessible by stairs or elevator from the building’s lobby.
  • 1,500+ on-site parking spaces / easily accessible by car or Uber for visitors

Who are my fellow exhibitors?

Gallery Pavilion

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Galleries, curators, and collectives who form the wave of new contemporary art in Los Angeles. Focus on pop surrealism, refined street art, psychedelia, conceptual photography, and hyper-realism.

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National and global galleries presenting fresh, approachable, emerging art with various themes and styles ranging from Latin American art, street art, and other new contemporary forms.

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Galleries and curated booths focused on original works on paper along with contemporary prints and multiples with an accessible price range from $100-$5,000 (a couple exceptions are fine!).

Artist Pavilion

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Our Emerge Platform offers solo artists exhibiting in a Superfine! city for the first time a low-cost option to show their artwork in a dynamic, sales-driven environment.

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Our most popular artist placement, the Elevate Platform offers solo artists from the Los Angeles area and around the globe more space to spread out and curate.

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Immerse is comprised of our largest artist-centric booths (16 linear feet) and gives more established solo artists room to showcase an immersive presentation (alternative wall treatments encouraged).

AUDIO/visual •••
••• VISUAL/audio

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Superfine! LA 2019 will host the debut of our AUDIO/visual and VISUAL/audio installation rooms, juxtaposing the intrinsically linked sensory experiences through digital media. Each ~600 square foot room will feature a single selected artist or curator focusing on one sensation while augmenting it with the other.



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