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Artexpo New York Showcases Exciting, Emerging and Established Artists
People walk through look at paintings and scupltures during the first day of the 32nd annual International Artexpo in New York, New York, USA, on 25 March 2010. The International Artexpo is the world's largest fine art trade show and runs through the weekend. EPA/JUSTIN LANE.
NEW YORK, NY.- Artexpo New York is the premier fine and popular art show for avid collectors and first time buyers. Artexpo will showcase exciting, emerging and established artists, innovative artwork, and the latest trends in the art world. Visitors can purchase paintings, drawings, sculpture, mixed media, art books, and frames from hundreds exhibitors from across the globe.

More than 450 national and international established and emerging artists, galleries, and publishers from the U.S., Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America.

Over 25,000 avid collectors, first-time buyers, art dealers, interior designers, architects and industry professionals.

With a new look and new location at Pier 94, Artexpo New York 2010 is all about reinvention, a theme that will be incorporated into exciting presentations, educational seminars, and incredible artwork. Teaming with renowned artists, influencers, and art business leaders, Artexpo New York will take an unparalleled approach to defining reinvention and what it means for the art world.

The popular “SOLO” show will return, with more than 250 of the world’s emerging, independent artists exhibiting and selling their work. SOLO is the place to discover the next big names in the Art world.

Over its 30-year history Artexpo New York has helped discover many of the art world’s most popular names, including Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, and Peter Max.

Artexpo New York | Andy Warhol | Robert Indiana | Peter Max |




Today's News

March 27, 2010

Singer/Songwriter Sam Leach Wins Both the Archibald and the Wynne Prizes

Never Before Seen Work by Photographer Catherine Opie at Gladstone Gallery

Turner's Masterpiece Modern Rome - Campo Vaccino to Be Offered For Sale

Aztec and Roman Empires Confronted at the Getty Villa

New Works by Sarah Morris on View at Gallery Meyer Kainer

Technicolor Donates Archive to George Eastman House

Playboy Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Iconic Bunny with Exhibition

Artexpo New York Showcases Exciting, Emerging and Established Artists

New York's Fenimore Museum Unveils Sargent's Women

Kimbell Art Museum Mourns the Death of Foermer Director Edmund Pillsbury

Denmark's Famed Little Mermaid Begins Trip to the World Expo

Marty Lederhandler, Associated Press Photographer for 66 Years, Dies

American Academy of Arts and Letters Announces 2010 Award Winners

JFK Library to Show Salinger Letter to Hemingway

New Films from Germany at MoMA's Survey of German Cinema

Rihanna Picture Featured in Exhibition by Young Talent at the Walker Art Gallery

Expanded Pixar Exhibition to Open at Transformed Oakland Museum of California

Glenn W. Ekey Named Director of Development for Miami Art Museum

Cab Drivers Know their Monet from their Mascherano

Pop-Up Museum Offers Flash of English Eccentricity

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4.- Getty Foundation and partners launch free of charge online art collection catalogues

5.- Historic photos of dead Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara resurface in small Spanish town

6.- Exhibition showcases the first two 'Poesie' created by Titian following their restoration

7.- O'Keeffe painting sells for more than three times the previous world auction record for any female artist

8.- Crystal Bridges announces the departure of museum President Don Bacigalupi

9.- artnet Auctions offers a later example of Yayoi Kusama's important Infinity-Nets series

10.- 'Degenerate art' should go back to museums: German advisor Jutta Limbach



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