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A landmark gallery in SoHo since 1984, AFA Gallery began as an exhibition space specializing in conceptual animation art. Over time, they began to include works by renowned illustrators, pop-culture commercial artists and fine artists. In 2012, the gallery was renamed AFA (Animazing Fine Art) and its program was revamped with new artists, exhibitions and endeavors. The works at AFA are layered with dark complexity and symbolism, indulging the senses and engaging the emotions. Included are paintings, drawings and sculpture created by established and emerging artists, such as Tim Burton, Nicoletta Ceccoli, Tom Everhart, Daniel Merriam and Kirk Reinert.


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54 Greene St.
Manhattan, NY 10013
  (212) 226-7374

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