Richmond, Virginia's First Art Fair
View this email in your browser

October 20 - 23, 2016
@ Hohman Design, Scott's Addition

Along with ADA Gallery, Candela Books + Gallery, Glave Kocen Gallery, Page Bond Gallery, Reynolds Gallery, and Quirk Gallery, 1708 Gallery is excited to announce CURRENT, Richmond’s first contemporary art fair.

The 2016 inaugural CURRENT Art Fair will be hosted at Hohman Design, an industrial design firm located at 3409 West Leigh Street in Scott’s Addition. The fair will present opportunities to collect art by local favorites as well as nationally and internationally acclaimed artists.

1708 Gallery will feature artwork from Pattern Language for a Social Fabric, a collaborative screen-printing project by Jesse Goldstein, Molly Fair and Brooke Inman, as well as works by past 1708 exhibiting artists Andrew Kozlowski and Lisa and Janelle Iglesias, and Richmond-based artist Jody Symula.

CURRENT is sponsored by Markel, Pam and Bill Royall, Rick’s Custom Frame + Gallery, McKinnon and Harris, and Fultz and Singh Architects. The CURRENT logo was designed by legendary street artist, Shepard Fairey.

For more details, visit and follow @currentartfair on Instagram.

Mark your calendar! CURRENT hours:

Thursday, October 20, 6 – 9pm

Friday October 21, 12 – 9pm

Saturday, October 22, 12 – 9pm 

Sunday, October 22, 12 – 5pm 

Admission is free on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Tickets to the Preview reception from 6 – 9pm Thursday are $50 per ticket and are available at and at the door.

Photos: (Middle) Pattern Language for a Social Fabric, aka Jesse Goldstein, Molly Fair and Brooke Inman. (Bottom) Douglas Rieger, Character Armor,  photo by Terry Brown.
Douglas Rieger's Character Armor is on view at 1708 Gallery through October 22. Be sure to read the insightful review of the exhibition, The Mechanics of Desire by Sarah Kleinman, at ext.1708.
1708 Gallery is a non-profit arts organization founded by artists in 1978. Our mission is to present exceptional new art. 1708 Gallery is committed to providing opportunities for artistic innovation for emerging and established artists and to expanding the understanding and appreciation of new art for the public.
Tue-Fri: 11am-5pm
Saturday: 11am-4pm

(804) 643-1708

319 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220