Thank you to everyone that attended the 2017 Young Collectors Contemporary Art Fair!
The Second Annual Young Collectors Contemporary was housed at Memphis's current revitalization project, Clayborn Temple, as a space to offer a unique engaging environment in which to discover emerging artists, become educated on collecting, and collect the most compelling contemporary art being produced today. Works and events spanned the nationally recognized historic site of the 1968 Sanitation Workers' Strike. Read more about Clayborn Temple.
The 2017 Young Collectors Contemporary Art Fair was accompanied by both social programming and unveils new educational/dialogue programming with Conversations. Read more from our 2017 Wrap Up Report.
Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors!
Thank you to our 2017 Cultural Partners!
Young Collectors Contemporary was founded in 2016 as part of the annual arts programming for Young Arts Patrons. The philanthropic organization organizes, curates, facilitates, and produces events with creatives, arts institutions, and arts organizations including The Brooks Museum, Ballet Memphis, The Metal Museum, Opera Memphis, IRIS Orchestra, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, and more. The goal of the Young Collectors Contemporary program is to support the sustainability of the contemporary visual arts by providing a marketplace for emerging artists and collectors.