(e)merge art fair Announces Multinational Roster of Exhibitors, Cultural Partners & Sponsors

By Editorial Team on September 12, 2013
Daniel Wilson, "9Y40," Yellow cab, stereo audio installation. Photo courtesy of (e)merge arts fair.
Daniel Wilson, “9Y40,” Yellow cab, stereo audio installation. Photo courtesy of (e)merge arts fair.
Event: Thursday, October 3rd through October 6th


The (e)merge art fair returns for a third year with the 2013 edition featuring an international roster of 80 exhibitors presenting works by 150 artists from 30 countries. Exhibitors will show new works in painting, sculpture, video, performance, installation, and other media. For four days, the public is welcome to view a carefully curated selection of emerging art at the Capitol Skyline Hotel, exhibited on three levels inside the hotel and throughout the hotel’s grounds and public spaces.

Gallery Platform: galleries and non-profit art spaces:

  • Austria: Bäckerstrasse 4 , Vienna
  • Belgium: NOMAD, Brussels
  • France: galerie bruno massa, Paris
  • Germany: Blink Media Art, Frankfurt; ROCKELMANN&, Berlin
  • Italy: metroquadro, Rivoli
  • The Netherlands: Amstel Gallery, Amsterdam
  • Switzerland: Aureus Contemporary, Basel
  • UK: Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London; Vane, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • USA: Alida Anderson Art Projects, Potomac, MD; Animals + Fire, Washington, DC; C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, MD; Charles Krauss/Reporting Fine Art, Washington, DC; CONNERSMITH., Washington, DC; DCCAH, Washington, DC; Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, DC; Gallery A, Richmond, VA; Gallery C, Raleigh, NC; Goya Contemporary, Baltimore, MD; Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC; Julian Navarro Projects, Long Island City, NY; Pleasant Plains Workshop, Washington, DC; Present Company, Brooklyn, NY; Print/Collect, Baltimore, MD; Segal Projects, Los Angeles, CA; slow, Chicago, IL; sophiajacob, Baltimore, MD; Transformer, Washington, DC; Victori Contemporary, New York, NY; Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC

Artist Platform: independent artists:

  • Joey Alzamora, Washington, DC
  • Benjamin Andrew, Baltimore, MD
  • Selin Balci, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Annapolis, MD
  • Holly Bass, Washington, DC
  • Tiffaney Bishop, Ferny Creek, Australia
  • Catherine Borg, Baltimore, MD
  • Alex Braden, Arlington, VA
  • Mandy Cano Villalobos, Grand Rapids, MI
  • Karla Caprali, Belem, Brazil/Miami, FL
  • Maya Ciarrocchi, New York, NY
  • Julie Combal, Brooklyn, NY
  • Nancy Daly, Baltimore, MD
  • Brian Davis, Woodbridge, VA
  • Imani Dennison, Washington, DC
  • Patrick Donovan, San Francisco, CA
  • Double A Projects, Brooklyn, NY
  • Dave Eassa, Baltimore, MD
  • free[space]collective, Washington, DC
  • Max Gomes, São Paulo, Brazil
  • Tristan Hamel, Helsinki, Finland
  • Jesse Harrod, Toronto, Canada/Harrisonburg, VA
  • Linda Hesh, Alexandria, VA
  • Markus Hofer, Vienna, Austria
  • Jihyun Hong, Seoul, Korea/Baltimore, MD
  • Monica Jahan Bose, Bangladesh/Washington, DC
  • Benjamin Jones, Northampton, PA
  • Magnolia Laurie, Baltimore, MD
  • Kirsty Little, Chevy Chase, MD
  • Raewyn Martyn, Oamaru, New Zealand/Richmond, VA
  • Lavar Munroe, Nassau, The Bahamas/Montgomery Village, MD
  • Nara Park, Seoul, South Korea/Baltimore, MD
  • Dan Perkins, Washington, DC
  • Thomas Petzwinkler, Washington, DC
  • Camden Place, Washington, DC
  • Flore de Preneuf, Louveciennes, France/Washington, DC
  • Nick Primo, Baltimore, MD
  • Sean Naropa Robinson, Washington, DC
  • Christto Sanz + Andrew Weir, Doha, Qatar
  • Danielle Scruggs, Washington, DC
  • Judith Seligson, Alexandria, VA
  • Paul Shortt, Washington, DC
  • Alette Simmons-Jimenez, Miami, FL
  • Sophia Sobers, Budd Lake, NJ
  • Eduardo Terranova, Cali, Colombia/New York, NY
  • Borjana Ventzislavova, Sofia, Bulgaria/Vienna, Austria
  • Adam Void + Chelsea Ragan, Asheville, NC
  • Daniel Wilson, Nova Scotia, Canada/Brooklyn, NY
  • Andrew Wodzianski, Washington, DC


  • 5pm – 7pm / (e)merge VIP & Press Preview. By invitation only.
  • 9pm – 11pm / Concert by the Pool with MIAMOUNA YOUSSEF (live set) and John Thornley of U.S. Royalty (DJ set)
  • Admission is $35 advance purchase, $50 at the door.

To purchase tickets: click here.

  • Friday, October 4: 12pm – 7pm; Students with valid ID free: 12pm – 3pm
  • Saturday, October 5: 12pm – 7pm
  • Sunday, October 6: 12pm – 5pm
  • Daily admission is $15; $10 for Seniors and Students with valid ID.

(e)merge would like to thank the following partners and sponsors for their support:

  • Presenting Sponsor: The Washington Post
  • Sponsors: Marvin, kaze design, MapHook, exhibit-E, Uber, blinkvideo, HapstakDemetriou, District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, LLP, Maryland Institute College of Art, galleryManager, and Brixton
  • Media Sponsors: The Art Newspaper, Washington City Paper, DC Modern Luxury, Brightest Young Things, Worn Creative, The Art Dossier, Modern Painters, ArtSee, East City Art, Pink Line Project, and ArtNerd
  • Cultural Sponsors: National Gallery of Art, The Phillips Collection, National Portrait Gallery, National Museum of Women in the Arts, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

(e)merge art fair is located at the Capitol Skyline Hotel at 10 I Street, SW. For more information visit www.emergeartfair.com.