February 16-19, 2018
Palm Springs Convention Center
Opening Night, Feb. 15
Galleries Make Art Palm Springs a Highlight During the Growing Winter Art Season
DANNY HELLER George Bills Gallery
A GROWING GROUP OF INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES MAKE ART PALM SPRINGS A HIGHLIGHT DURING THE GROWING WINTER ART SEASON
PALM SPRINGS, CA -Over the past seven years Art Palm Springs has continued to deliver a prestigious international group of galleries and artists from around the globe. In turn, these well-known representatives of the Post War and Contemporary art eras bring an ever-growing audience of art buyers, collectors and museum curators to the Coachella Valley each winter.
PETER ALEXANDER Timothy Yarger Fine Art
Gallery participation has more than doubled since the fair debuted in 2012 as the Palm Springs Fine Art Fair. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that Art Palm Springs’ President’s Day Weekend event allows gallery staff, artists, collectors and art lovers visiting from around the world to thaw out a bit in the mild February weather.
NATHALIA EDENMONT Nancy Hoffman Gallery
The long-standing gallery representation brings a wide-ranging perspective. Some founding participants along with those mentioned above include Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Jane Kahan Gallery, J. Willott Gallery, Adamar Fine Arts, HOHMANN Fine Art, Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art and Melissa Morgan Fine Art.“The reputation of any art fair depends on the quality of the representative galleries,” said Donna Davies, Vice President Art Group, Urban Expositions, which has produced the art fair for the past three years. “What is so amazing is that we have so many galleries such as Rebecca Hossack Gallery, Addison Rowe Fine Art and Peter Blake Gallery that have international reputations that have continued to participate year after year, and our audience is always interested in what they have to offer.”
ANDY MOSES Mellissa Morgan Fine Art
This year, new galleries include David Klein Gallery, Edward Cella Art & Architecture, Heller Gallery, Michael Solway, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, Vincent Vallarino Fine Art and William Turner Gallery.
DAVID BACA Jorge Mendez Gallery
Art Palm Springs returns to the Palm Springs Convention on Thursday, February 15, for the VIP Opening Night reception. The evening includes the presentation of the Arts Patrons of the year to David Kaplan and Glenn Ostergaard, and Artists of the Year to the late Ed Moses and his son Andy Moses. The evening benefits the Palm Springs Art Museum.
KENT NELSON Gerald Peters Projects
The fair is open to the public from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, February 16-19. Due to its popularity with both the audience and participating galleries, this is the first year that Art Palm Springs has included Presidents’ Day in its’ schedule.
More Information at Art-PalmSprings.com
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