Affordable Art, Served by the Kettle
Good Friend of Unfair Park Frank Campagna, proprietor of Kettle Art down in Deep Ellum, took his peeps up to NYC in the middle of June for the Affordable Art Fair. It was no ordinary shindig -- the AAFNY, one of several Affordable Art throwdowns held throughout the year in such places as Sydney and London, featured exhibitors from all around the globe. And since it was such a special event for Frank, he documented the trip for posterity -- and for you, via the YouTubes. --Robert Wilonsky
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