It's Showtime! the 32nd International Artexpo Returns to New York with a New Look, Location and Art

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It's Showtime! the 32nd International Artexpo Returns to New York with a New Look, Location and Art


With a fresh new look and location, International Artexpo New York is shaping up to be a must-attend show, offering full access to the latest releases from today's premier artists and publishers, unlimited networking opportunities and a first-rate educational series taught by art-industry leaders.

Scheduled for March 25 to 28 at Pier 94, Artexpo follows The Armory and The Architectural Digest shows--completing the convention center's month-long, critically acclaimed offering of exciting and influential art fairs in New York City.

Artexpo New York is expected to host more than 450 innovative, international exhibiting artists, galleries and publishers--all showcasing exciting original artwork, prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclees, glass, lithographs and more under one roof. Trumping last year with more exhibitors and additional square footage, the show expects to host more than 25,000 buyers and art enthusiasts. Industry professionals will have access to thousands of works at wholesale prices.

"There's a lot of new exciting art," says Artexpo New York CEO Eric Smith. "We're being more selective this year. We've created a more upscale atmosphere."

Always seeking ways to improve the experience of the show for trade attendees, artists and exhibitors, Artexpo New York is introducing many new initiatives that dramatically expand the show's services, tools and information to better serve artists and exhibitors. The 2010 International Artexpo Education Series will offer three days of seminars in two state-of-the-art theaters. These courses will offer expert perspectives on subjects ranging from art and the economy, small business management and art marketing to social media for artists, collectors, galleries and more. …

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