US: Emerging artists showcase their work at Fridge Art Fair in NY

A quirky art fair in a Brooklyn boutique hotel gives emerging artists and art lovers on a limited budget a chance to meet.


    It's art auction season in New York, and works by the likes of Monet and Picasso are expected to go for record prices.

    Not everyone can afford to spend tens of millions of dollars, though, and those with smaller budgets can check out another show called the Fridge Art Fair.


    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports.


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