Over 70 Exhibitors Have Already Signed Up!
The fresh, cool breezes of autumn always seem to carry an air of excitement and anticipation, don’t you find? This year, that feeling is stronger than ever—especially at the Artexpo offices. Well over 70 exhibitors have already signed up to exhibit at our 2011 Spring show, and I have the feeling it’s going to be our best show to date.
I’d like to extend a warm welcome to our new and returning exhibitors! Here are a few of the most recently registered:
Anahit Etemadi | Anna Art Publishing | Anna Kornycheva | Cara Brown |
Charles Harold & Company | Chinese Cultural Promotional Society | Corey
West | Gallery MIZ | Darren Jones | Deljou Art Group | Joachim McMillan |
Kate McCavitt | Ken Keeley Studio | Ken Orton | Leon Oks | Leticia Herrera
| Nani Boronat Elene Nesterova | New Era Fine Art Miami | Progressive Fine
Art | Qi Zhang | Rodo Padilla Art | Sammoun Fine Arts | Julie Satinover |
Tenold Peterson Studios | UADC | VAL | Xiao Song Jiang
The other day, I asked Kate McCavitt—a California-based mixed media abstract painter who has exhibited at Artexpo many times—to share a few words about why she plans to exhibit at our 2010 show. Here’s what she had to say:
“I consider the New York Artexpo to be my single most cost- and time-effective method for finding the right high-end gallery representation available to me today. Currently 80% of my gallery representation is a direct result of gallerists who found my work in the Artexpos since 2007. Independent artists take note: few other shows offer you the opportunity to present directly to the trade of our industry. The additional Public Days are a bonus for me.”
Thanks for your comments, Kate. You (and our other exhibitors) will be happy to know that Artexpo New York 2011 will be open to both trade and the public all three days of the show, so you can look forward to even more floor traffic than our 2010 show—which had over 10,000 attendees.
This year, as always, we’re working hard to ensure the best show possible for exhibitors and attendees alike. That means new and improved Education Seminars, a new [SOLO] Studio shared gallery, and other terrific developments. If you have an idea for an Education Seminar, or any other suggestions, now’s the time to speak up. We’re always open to hearing your feedback. 🙂