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Sean Christopher Ward @ Superfine! DC



In it’s first year, the inaugural Superfine! Art Fair is coming to Washington D.C. from October 31 to November 4!

They were kind enough to let Sean Christopher Ward exhibit in a 30′ booth in the HEARTLANDIA curated section of the fair.

If you are going to be in Washington DC during this time period, contact and he can provide you with complimentary tickets into the event.

Information on the event:

Schedule of events:

General Admission

Thursday 11.1 || 11am – 10pm
Friday 11.2 || 11am – 10pm
Saturday 11.3 || 11am – 10pm
Sunday 11.4 || 11am – 8pm

Private Tours*

Thursday 11.1 || 2pm – 3pm || ASL guided tour
Friday 11.2 || 1pm – 2pm || Foto Kaip-Sool guided tour
Saturday 11.3 || 1pm – 2pm || DC artists + galleries guided tour
Sunday 11.4 || 1pm – 2pm || Heartlandia guided tour *Sean’s work is in this section

In-Fair Events + Special Programs

Wednesday 10.31 || 7pm – 11pm || Masquerade Vernissage
Thursday 11.1 || 7pm – 10pm || Art’s Night Out at the Market
Friday 11.2 || 7pm – 10pm || Young Collectors’ Ice Cream Social
Saturday 11.3 || 10am – 12pm || Collectors’ Breakfast Reception
Saturday 11.3 || 7pm – 8pm || LGBT Art Shorts: Film Series w/ OUTshine Film Festival
Saturday 11.3 || 8pm – 10pm || Ties Not Required / Young Professional Art Mixer

Panels + Discussions

Thursday 11.1 || 5:30pm – 6:30pm || The Artists’ Nook: Networking Tactics for Artists
Friday 11.2 || 6pm – 7pm || “Art Over Avocado Toast: How to Build a Great Collection on a Millenial’s Budget”
Saturday 11.3 || 2pm – 3pm || “The Art District”
Sunday 11.4 || 2pm – 3pm || “Who Runs The (Art) World: Girls!”

Curated Sections of the Fair


Led by BoxHeart Gallery, a curated exhibition of new contemporary art from across the country
Focus on off-the-beaten-path artists and galleries from outside well-trodden art hubs
Highlights include New Orleans’ Antieau Gallery and Houston’s Cindy Lisica Gallery


Politically-charged photo time capsule of the here and now
Works dealing with gender expression, LGBTQ+ topics, and global socio-political issues
Highlights include Ashley G Garner‘s “36-24-36” body positive project, Alexandra Arroyo’s photo chronicle of the Women’s March, and James Miille‘s “Secrets of Suburbia” series on the dark side of the American middle class through an LGBTQ+ lens


Top DC area art galleries including Washington City Paper + Washington Post top ranked Touchstone Gallery, Kensington’s Adah Rose Gallery, and DC’s beloved Zenith Gallery
Nationwide and global galleries showcasing the freshest trends in contemporary art, including European Design + Art’s survey of Belgian and French pop artists, Memphis’ Art Village Gallery which focuses entirely on African American artists, and a street art-fueled presentation from Richmond’s glave kocen gallery


Meet the artists face-to-face and learn about their work, inspiration, and process in person, direct from the source
Artwork from the DC area’s most beloved and boundary-pushing artists including Sarah Jane Jamison (Washington City Paper’s top visual artist of 2018), Noel Kassewitz’ climate change-fueled constructs, and Arlington artist Scott Hutchison‘s surreal paintings
Global artists from other Superfine! cities including master of the visual trick Aliguori (Miami), as well as global artists including pop surrealist Bruce McGowan (Montreal)

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