In Photos: Opening Night at the Seattle Art Fair

Seattle Art Fair opened with flare as guests attended the Beneficiary Preview event, with proceeds supporting Coyote Central and Arts Corps — local arts education organizations. With 100 galleries from around the world, guests experienced some of the world’s top modern and contemporary art. Here’s a look at some of our favorite images from opening night.

(Left) Ellen Lesperance’s “W.I.T.C.H. 1985” and Jessica Jackson Hutchins’ (Right) “Reason to Be” on display as part of the fair’s collection of projects.
“A Heart Makes A Bad Hula Hoop” by Ben Skinner via Winsor Gallery
Actor and collector Cheech Marin (middle) joined by the de la Torre Brothers, Einar and Jamex.
A child plays in See / Saw — a visual communication station built by Civilization and Fruitsuper.