There are plenty of ways to see art in this city. Whether you’re heading to one of the shows this month, checking out one of Seattle’s always-free museums, or using your library card to get access to some of the city’s best museums for free. But if you want to see works from galleries around the world, you might want to head to Seattle Art Fair.

Seattle Art Fair is now in its 7th year making it still relatively new. Like years past this year’s edition will feature a mix of both local and international galleries. You’ll see local names like Greg Kucera, Foster/White, Traver Gallery, and more. As far as national international galleries go, you’ll see galleries from New York, London, Tokyo, Seoul, and more.

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Beyond just viewing art you can also check out public projects by artists like Marita Dingus, Tariqa Waters, and Eunsun Choi among others.

There will also be presentations on current art market happenings by Christie’s and Perkins Coie, talks on AI in art by the Seattle NFT Museum, and discussions about Seattle’s Civic Art Collection.

If you’d like to check out the fair you can either purchase a one-day ticket for $35 or a fair pass for $65. If you purchase a pass you are able to visit on all of the public days which are July 28th-30th. The pass also enables you to attend the opening evening on July 27th.

Seattle Art Fair 2023

When: Thursday, July 27th-Sunday, July 30th
Where: Lumen Field Event Center, 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $35-$65