About Fridge Art Fair:

Fridge Art Fair was born in 2013 on New York's Lower East Side. Fridge Art Fair is the boutique, soft sell, dog-friendly satellite fair dubbed by Artinfo as "the baby who has refused to obey orders to stand outside the door while the adults confabulate inside."

 

About Eric Ginsburg: 

Fridge Art Fair Founder and Artist Eric Ginsburg (http://worldoferic.com) is best known for his unique and whimsical dog and cat portraits which consist of soulful and painterly qualities.  Ginsburg credits his success to patron and friend Sol LeWitt who commissioned works and served as a mentor, along with William Wegman, who served both as Eric's "pen pal" and as a "kind of a hero."  Ginsburg's works are found in public & private collections around the world including: Herb & Dorothy Vogel Collection of the National Gallery of Art, Corrie ten Boom Museum (Netherlands), The New Britain Museum of American Art, The Cartin Collection, Cindy Sherman, Fred Dorfman, William Wegman, Agnes Gund, Paula Cooper, and the LeWitt Collection.

About Chris Cobb

Chris Cobb is an artist and writer. His art is characterized by a subversive wit and by formalism rooted in an anti-materialism. He uses installations, photographs or text depending on the project. While making art he has worked as a teacher, a chef, an obituary researcher, an antiques seller, a designer and a dj. His work has been shown at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, ATM Gallery, ONETWENTYEIGHT Gallery, the UC Berkeley Art Museum, the Worth Ryder Gallery, Triple Base Gallery, New Langton Arts, Adobe Bookshop, the Sacramento Center for Contemporary Art, Timberspace, Los Angeles, Mission 17 Gallery and others. His work has appeared in many publications including The Boston Globe, on NPR’s All Things Considered, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, Tenbyten Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, McSweeney’s.com, and Grafik Magazine. He has written about music, art and culture for the Believer, Flash Art, Leonardo Magazine, Stretcher.org, Clamor Magazine, the KQED Arts and Culture Blog, Art Week, Artpractical.com, shotgun-review.com, and others. He has contributed to the following books: Sol LeWitt: 100 Views, The Best of Creative Nonfiction 2009 and Face The Issues by Carol Numrich. He has made two artist books: Portrait (2009) and A Man in the Street With a Knife (2010). He has an MFA from UC Berkeley and a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.

About Battle Funk

Miami coordinator, music-man and social wizard Battle Funk