Contemporary Art Projects USA/Gallery announces its participation in ART Santa Fe.
Miami, April 14, 2016– Contemporary Art Projects USA/Gallery announces its participation in ART Santa Fe at the Prime Fair Location of Booth #405; as the fair celebrates its sixteen successful year this summer July 7th to 10th, 2016, when galleries from around the world will once again offer an outstanding overview of modern and contemporary art.
Designated as one of UNESCO’s Creative Cities, Santa Fe is a globally familiar art destination. The city claims the second largest art market in the United States, and draws scores of national and international visitors. The Wall StreetJournal’s Smart Money magazine recently noted: “Santa Fe is dotted with 240 art galleries, and is the home of ART Santa Fe, an international art fair that attracts buyers and tourists from around the world. The Santa Fe art scene is one of the best you will find anywhere.”
The Gallery will be showcasing a selected group of contemporary artists curated by Silvia Medina, Chief Curator, that includes as Invited Artist Kelly Fischer, Switzerland, with her master piece, “Horizon”, honoring the theme of the Fair; Robin Apple, USA; Rosario AESTUS Vigorito/Italy; Rajvi Dedhia Unadkat/India; Eliel Perez/Puerto Rico; Miquel Salom/Spain; Ileana Collazo/USA; and the unique Kinetic Sculptures of Gary Traczyk/USA-among others.
Well-established artist, Jorge Cavelier/Colombia, will present a curated project by Ms. Medina and Linda Mariano member of the curatorial team of Art Santa Fe titled, “Horizon”, for which he will create an imaginary forest with his murals.
The media sponsors for Contemporary Art Projects USA are: Smiley Stones, Conexiones Publications, Art and Beyond Magazine, Art Daily News International Magazine, Art Miami Today, and Avior Magazine.
So, join us this summer for Art Santa Fe 2016 alongside an illustrious line-up of art lovers and high-net-worth collectors with average household incomes of $200,000+!
For More Information, please contact:
Contemporary Art Projects USA
Tata Fernandez, Director