Artexpo New York 2016 Coming to Pier 94 in April

The world’s largest fine art show returns to the city on April 14

Artexpo New York is an annual juried art show hosting hundreds of art publishers, gallery owners, and artists from all over the world. The show is hosted by Redwood Media Group and will be held from Thursday April 14 through Sunday April 17 at Pier 94. The show will host more than 400 exhibitors. In addition to the Artexpo 2016 offerings, two other shows will be included in the event, [SOLO], a recurring feature, and the new [FOTO SOLO].

[SOLO] is a platform for emerging independent artists to display their work on an international stage at an event attended by more than 28,000 people. [SOLO] has become a way for independent artists to be discovered by art publishers and gallery owners as well as by collectors looking for exciting new work. [FOTO SOLO] will be a new counterpart offering to this, operating under the same philosophy of providing independent artists with opportunity, but featuring art photography specifically. The presence of [FOTO SOLO] this year will be a preview of its official launch at Artexpo 2017 as a celebration of the festival’s 40th anniversary.

In addition to browsing the thousands of artworks on display, attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in educational seminars, cocktail parties, live entertainment, and more. Part of these supplementary features include the “Topics & Trends” education program, a four day set of complimentary seminars and conference classes that provide expert perspectives on a wide range of topics from current art trends to the economy and art marketing and more.

The show will take place at Pier 94, located at 55th Street on the Hudson River. Tickets are available for $20 one-day admission and $40 multi-day admission. Student and senior discounts are also available. For a full schedule and more information, see here.

Photo credits: Artexpo New York.

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