Here’s the Exhibitor List for the Outsider Art Fair’s 2018 New York Edition

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A past edition of the Outsider Art Fair in New York. CASEY KELBAUGH

The Outsider Art Fair has revealed the exhibitor list for the 2018 edition of its New York fair. Now in its 26th year, the fair will once again return to Chelsea’s Metropolitan Pavilion, where 63 galleries from seven countries will show work by outsider artists. (The fair also alights annually in Paris.)

In addition to the main section of the fair, the artist Saya Woolfalk will contribute a project. She plans to make a work in response to Eddie Owens Martin’s environment Pasaquan. Working under the moniker St. EOM, the folk artist created the installation—a series of buildings painted in vibrant colors with abstract patterns—in the 1950s; Columbus State University in Georgia now owns it.

The exhibitor list for next year’s New York edition of the Outsider Art Fair follows below.

Almost Art Project, Beijing
American Primitive, New York
Andrew Edlin, New York
Antillean, New York
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York
Cathouse FUNeral, Brooklyn
Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago
Center for Creative Works, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Chris Byrne, Dallas
Creative Growth Art Center, Oakland, California
Creativity Explored, San Francisco
Donald Ellis Gallery, New York
Ernie Wolfe Gallery, Los Angeles
Esperanza Projects, Los Angeles
First Street Gallery, Claremont, California
Fleisher/Ollman, Philadelphia
Fountain House Gallery, New York
Fred Giampietro Gallery, New Haven
Galerie Gugging, Maria Gugging, Austria
Galerie Pol Lemétais, Saint Sever du Moustier, France
Gilley’s Gallery, Baton Rouge
Henry Boxer Gallery, Surrey, United Kingdom
Hill Gallery, Birmingham
Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York
Humbaba, Inc., New York
Indigo Arts Gallery, Philadelphia
Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Chicago
J Compton, Wimberly, Texas
James Barron, Kent, Connecticut
Jennifer Lauren Gallery, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Joshua Lowenfels, New York
Just Folk, Summerland, California
Karen Lennox Gallery, Chicago
Korea Art Brut, Seogwipo, South Korea
Krowswork, Potter Valley, California
LAND Gallery, Brooklyn
Lindsay Gallery, Columbus
Luise Ross, New York
Marion Harris, New York
Mariposa Unusual Arts, New York
Mason Fine Art, Atlanta
Magic Markings, Brooklyn
MiddleJanes, Sag Harbor, New York
Norman Brosterman, East Hampton, New York
The Pardee Collection, Iowa City
Phyllis Stigliano Art Projects, Brooklyn
Portrait Society Gallery, Milwaukee
Pure Vision Arts, New York
Raw Vision, London
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, London
Ricco/Maresca Gallery, New York
Sardac, London
Shrine, New York
Steven S. Powers, Brooklyn
Stewart Gallery, Boise
Tanner Hill Gallery, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Tops Gallery, Memphis
Webb Gallery, Waxahachie, Texas
Wilsonville, East Hampton, New York
Yukiko Koide Presents, Tokyo
ZQ Art Gallery, New York