The Outsider Art Fair opened yesterday in New York at the Metropolitan Pavilion with 67 exhibitors from around the world, as well as a special section devoted to the inimitable Phyllis Kind, the dealer who helped found the fair, who died last year at the age of 85. Below, a look at the action, from artworks to attendees. Elsewhere on this website, Anne Doran and Annie Armstrong have a report from the show.
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