Sat, May 04, 2019 · 10:30

The New Art Academy is delighted to announce the inaugural Contemporary And Digital Art Fair (CADAF), which will showcase the profusion and diversity of digital art, ranging from experiments on the blockchain to virtual reality experiences. New York City's first digital and tech art fair, CADAF, opens Friday, May 3 at Lightbox (248 West 37th Street). There will be a meet-and-greet with artists and curators, and the projection of select new media artworks. On the two remaining days, May 4 and 5, the Fair’s programming will resume with immersive digital art installations, including virtual reality experiences, generative art and artificial intelligence projects, and a symposium.
"CADAF’s mission is to become an exhibition and sales event for a rapidly growing digital and new media art market," said Elena Zavelev, the fair's director. "By nurturing the synergy between art and technologies, CADAF is helping to empower artists, collectors, gallery owners and anyone else in the art world who is keen to embrace the digital future."

Single Day Ticket (Saturday or Sunday): USD 15.0,
Multi Day Ticket (Saturday and Sunday): USD 25.0

Artists / Speakers: Anne Bracegirdle | Associate VP + Specialist, Photographs | Christie’s, Nanne Dekking | Founder + CEO | Artory, Stefan Fröhlich | Head of Innovation Marine | Munich Re, Ulvi Kasimov | Founder | .ART, Megan Newcome | Director of Digital Strategy | Philips, Fanny Lakoubay | COO |, Kate Vasilieva | Founder/Director | Kate Vass Galerie, Michael Lee | Co-founder | The Creative Crypto magazine, Kevin Abosch | Artist, Georg Bak | Generative Art Advisor, John Watkinson | Founder | Larva Labs, David Young | Artist + Founder | Triplecode, Jason Bailey | Founder | Artnome

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