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Red Dot Art Fair and Art Santa Fe added to Redwood Media Group's roster
Redwood Media Group will provide additional operational, marketing, and promotional support to the shows.


HINCKLEY, OH.- Redwood Media Group, which owns and produces fine art show exhibitions including Spectrum Miami, Artexpo New York, Art San Diego, and Spectrum Indian Wells, today announced the acquisition of Red Dot Art Fair, a Miami Art Week venue, and Art Santa Fe, an international contemporary art fair.

“Red Dot Art Fair and Art Santa Fe are great additions to our growing portfolio of fine art shows and we’re proud to add them to the Redwood Media Group lineup,” said Eric Smith, president of Redwood Media Group. “With the growth of art fairs in the U.S. and worldwide, Redwood Media Group is poised to support this growth as gallerists—representing both career and emerging artists—are realizing their potential in exhibiting at art shows.”

Redwood Media Group will provide additional operational, marketing, and promotional support to the shows, bringing them to national and international acclaim. These shows will now have the benefit of having an entire team that includes marketing, business development, exhibitor relations, and media communications, to help take them to the next level.

“I am pleased to have Red Dot Art Fair produced by Redwood Media Group,” said George Billis, former owner and director of Red Dot Art Fair. “Red Dot is an important and successful show within the fabric of Miami’s Art Week each December. I am happy to see Red Dot join the Redwood Media Group roster of shows.”

Red Dot Art Fair 2016 will take place November 30–December 4, 2016, and will be retained in its current format—a venue during Miami Art Week that is open to primary and secondary artwork represented by emerging, mid-career, and established galleries. The luxurious layout of the fifty-thousand-square-foot venue provides visitors with a sophisticated and friendly environment to view artwork presented by galleries and dealers.

“After 15 successful years of producing Art Santa Fe, I believed that the fair would benefit from being part of a family of fairs. Its acquisition by Redwood Media Group accomplishes that goal,” said Charlotte Jackson, former owner and director of Art Santa Fe. “With Redwood Media Group’s experience and expertise, I know the show will continue to build and grow its importance in the Santa Fe art market.”

Art Santa Fe will celebrate 16 years next summer, taking place from July 7–10, 2016. The show is an internationally recognized art fair offering an overview of contemporary and modern art from the finest galleries in Europe, Asia, South America, and North America. Santa Fe claims the second largest art market in the United States and draws visitors from across the country and internationally. With years of experience, Art Santa Fe remains unique in the art world, offering art buyers an opportunity that goes beyond the fair's doors.






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