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James Kalm has been attending the Outsider Art Fair from its inception in 1990’s New York. Since then, he’s followed it from SoHo, to Midtown to Chelsea, and early in the present century, he began making and posting video documentations of these yearly visits.
The 2021 iteration of the “Outsider” Fair comes with a unique set of amazing challenges. Covid-19 and the local reaction have crushed much of the commercial art scene, and made the traditional fair approach impractical. To add to the fun, New York City is in the grips of a huge Nor’easter, with snow, and sub-freezing temperatures. But why let some little obstacles, get in the way of this year’s Downtown marathon?
Among the flurries, we start out on the Bowery with Fair organizer Andrew Edlin’s installation “Figure Out: Abstraction in Self-Taught Art” which includes a gallery dedicated to the work of Melvin Way. Crossing the Bowery, we drop into Salon 94 for “Semiotic Terrain: Art from Australia and New Zealand.” Heading west to the heart of Greenwich Village, viewers will proceed to Jimi Hendrix’s legendary Electric Lady Studios, and the OAF’s Curated Space for “Daniel Johnston: Psychedelic Drawings” curated by Gary Panter. Finally, on the last leg of this marathon, with snow starting to accumulate, we hit “Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning” Curated by Scott Ogden with a gallery dedicated to “The Realm of Minnie Evans Small World”, at Shin Gallery. This program was recorded January 31, 2021 #jameskalmreport #jameskalmroughcut #lorenmunk

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