Upcoming Shows: 2014 Art Fairs You Won't Want to Miss

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Upcoming Shows: 2014 Art Fairs You Won't Want to Miss


The new year will bring a host of new art fairs and tradeshows to showcase your work, check out new talent or just mingle with other art enthusiasts. Here are just a few of next year's shows that you won't want to miss.

India Art Fair

Jan, 30-Feb. 2, 2014

New Delhi, India

Although relatively new to the scene, India Art Fair has already established itself as the premier art fair in South Asia, creating a global platform for Indian art. indiaartfair.in

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ARCO (art contemporary) fair

Feb. 19-23, 2014

Madrid, Spain

The international contemporary art fair showcases art from around the world, with emphasis on research, integration and networking. ifema.es/arcomadrid_06

The Armory Show

March 6-9, 2074

New York, N.Y.

The Armory Show represents a range of contemporary and modern artists, from legends like Pablo Picasso to young emerging talents such as Xu Zhen, who will serve as the 2014 1 I commissioned artist. thearmoryshow.com

The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF)

March 14-23, 2074

Maastricht, Netherlands

A strict selection process ensures that only the finest, most substantial art is on display at TEFAF. Glamorous and extravagant, the fair attracts collectors from around the world. tefaf.com

Artexpo N.Y.

April 4-6, 2014

New York, N.Y.

The oldest fine-art trade show in the United States, Artexpo is an affordable, quality alternative to other shows and provides international exposure to emerging and established artists. …

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