In the most recent episode of “The Designer Within” podcast, host John McClain welcomed Courtney Porter, editor in chief of “Decor News Now” and a distinguished figure in the design industry. This detailed and engaging episode delved into various facets of the design world, with a special focus on how to navigate High Point Furniture Market this week.
About The Other Art Fair
The Other Art Fair is a global art fair that connects independent artists with thousands of art buyers in a welcoming and creative environment. Set against the backdrop of the world’s biggest cities, each Fair delivers the unexpected, combining access to boundary-pushing yet always-affordable artworks with immersive installations, performances, and unique features. The result is an inspiring, evocative, inclusive, and fun event that creates lasting connections between artists and art lovers. Since its launch in 2011, The Other Art Fair has worked with over 3,000 artists from more than 20 countries and now hosts 11 fairs annually across the UK, the US, and Australia. For more information, visit www.theotherartfair.com.
About Saatchi Art
Saatchi Art Group is composed of the Saatchi Art online marketplace, The Other Art Fair, and
the group’s Hospitality Art Advisory. Together, the group is redefining the experience of buying
and selling art. As one of the world’s largest selections of original art, Saatchi Art Group is
providing art lovers with a marketplace to discover, commission, purchase, and install art by top
emerging artists across the globe, all while giving artists a convenient and welcoming
environment in which to exhibit and sell their work. To discover the world of Saatchi Art, please
There was much to glean about where commercial art is trending last week at Saatchi Art’s Los Angeles fair. The mission of “The Other Art Fair” is to support emerging artists and make contemporary art accessible to a wider audience (See: Younger millennials and Gen Z). Fair entry was $25/day and end caps between rows of artist’s booths featured curated selections of works under $500. The fair leans heavily into its ‘otherness’ and prides itself on rebelling against the mainstream.