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Booths 316, 403, 505, 512
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SPOTLIGHT PROGRAM

Get a focused look at this year's specially curated group of Spotlight Program recipients. Which is your favorite?

  • Ray Tigerman, Robert Tigerman Studios, Booth 316
  • William Havu, William Havu Gallery, Booth 403
  • Edward Martin, Edward Martin Glass, Booth 505
  • Linda Guenste & Jonathan Hertzel, Guenste / Hertzel Art Studio, Booth 512

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Contemporary Art Projects USA, Entrance Area
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ART LAB: INTERTWINING EXPRESSIONS OF LIFE

Banyan, by artist Andre Paul Croteau, captures our two sacred selves and interprets them through the lens of fiber and banyan form. It embodies the conflict between our spiritual and material selves. Natural hemp symbolizes our raw spiritual structure. Decorative fiber weaves throughout to represent the vanity we often allow to obscure our true being. Together, as in life, the two expressions intertwine in a complicated competition for primacy, creating a sculptural message of form, color, shadow and, most important, structural peace through balance.

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Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
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ART LAB: A PEACEFUL EARTH EXPERIENCE

A Peaceful Earth Experience is an interdisciplinary exhibition coming to Art Santa Fe from its premier at Artexpo New York. Celebrating the beauty and fragility of the earth around us, the Art Gallery Pure booth will surround visitors with a showcase of works conveying the urgency of our environmental crisis, address climate change, and look toward a peaceful experience on our planet. With a focus on women artists, Art Gallery Pure brings together a collaboration of artists who engage in creative exchanges with impactful messaging, creating sustainable fine art made with recycled materials including paper, glass, cloth, metal, reclaimed wood and building materials.

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Conde Contemporary, Booth 108
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ART LAB: TOKENS OF MEMORY — THE MINIATURE PORTRAIT PROJECT

Tokens of Memory: The Miniature Portrait Project began last year and is naturally indicative of Duportai Garcia's body of work, consisting primarily of small format paintings, replete with concepts of token and memory. His interest in painting in miniature arises from the desire to make each of his works more intimate. The young Cuban artist, living in Mexico, seeks to achieve two main goals: to capture the personality of the subject in just a few centimeters, and, second, to rescue the miniature portrait from its steady decline since the 19th century. "Just as the history of the miniature developed largely on different pieces or objects for personal use such as watches, medallions, etc. I have tried to intervene on elements such as: cassettes, staple bars or makeup bases. If you enter a gallery and see my works on general view in the space, you will see only lights on the wall. I spend hours reducing dimensions to an inspired image of a memory, sometimes a portrait, a glass of wine, books or fragments of a pair of feet that one day will stop treading on this earth", said the artist.

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Throughout the Show
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ART LAB: DISCOVERIES COLLECTION

Look for the Discoveries Collection labels throughout the show. Art Santa Fe's Curatorial Team has selected a group of their favorite discoveries—each one a great option at $1,000 and $3,000 or less. Of course, there are thousands of affordable pieces of world-class art and on-trend, highly collectible works from across the U.S. and around the world at the show. Are their picks your favorites, too? Walk the show to find each one.

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MEET THE ARTISTS & LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS

Is it the artists' creativity, the colors, the images, the messaging — or a combination of it all that draws us to an artist and their work? Meet these amazing artists and check out what's happening when some of them do live demonstrations:

  • Jeanette Pasin Sloan, William Havu Gallery, Booth 403
  • Julia Ross, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Hunter Connor, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Kristi Zatyko, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Daniela Pasqualini, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Larry Solomon, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Sharon Grimes, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Christina Sodano, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Kelly Dillard, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Melanie Brannan, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
  • Andres Conde, Conde Contemporary, Booth 108
  • Zammy Migdal, Contemporary Art Projects USA, Booth 111
  • Andre Paul Croteau, Contemporary Art Projects USA, Booth 111
  • CJ Cowden, Nuu Muse Contemporary Art, Booth 407
  • David Disko, David Disko Art, Booth 320
  • Sara Miller, Sara Miller Contemporary, Booth 419
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    Contemporary Art Projects USA, Booth 111
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    SPECIAL INSTALLATION & BOOK SIGNING: ORANGE DEJA VU WITH ZAMMY MIGDAL

    Long time Art Santa Fe favorite, Zammy Migdal comes back with Orange Deja Vu, a special installation coupled with the first public release of his book Zammy Migdal/Sculptor. He will be doing a book signing beginning on Collectors’ Opening Night. His distinctive wall sculpture works are his signature work, each an assembly of artistically designed elements on a flat surface, transforming it into a rich surface plentiful of texture and color to interact among metal elements, backgrounds, attaching pins, space, light, and shadows. Migdal is an international artist with installations around the world in museums, public spaces, and private collections.

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    Booths 316, 403, 505, 512
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    SPOTLIGHT PROGRAM

    Get a focused look at this year's specially curated group of Spotlight Program recipients. Which is your favorite?

    • Ray Tigerman, Robert Tigerman Studios, Booth 316
    • William Havu, William Havu Gallery, Booth 403
    • Edward Martin, Edward Martin Glass, Booth 505
    • Linda Guenste & Jonathan Hertzel, Guenste / Hertzel Art Studio, Booth 512

    11:00 am remove 6:00 pm
    Contemporary Art Projects USA, Entrance Area
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    ART LAB: INTERTWINING EXPRESSIONS OF LIFE

    Banyan, by artist Andre Paul Croteau, captures our two sacred selves and interprets them through the lens of fiber and banyan form. It embodies the conflict between our spiritual and material selves. Natural hemp symbolizes our raw spiritual structure. Decorative fiber weaves throughout to represent the vanity we often allow to obscure our true being. Together, as in life, the two expressions intertwine in a complicated competition for primacy, creating a sculptural message of form, color, shadow and, most important, structural peace through balance.

    11:00 am remove 6:00 pm
    Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
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    ART LAB: A PEACEFUL EARTH EXPERIENCE

    A Peaceful Earth Experience is an interdisciplinary exhibition coming to Art Santa Fe from its premier at Artexpo New York. Celebrating the beauty and fragility of the earth around us, the Art Gallery Pure booth will surround visitors with a showcase of works conveying the urgency of our environmental crisis, address climate change, and look toward a peaceful experience on our planet. With a focus on women artists, Art Gallery Pure brings together a collaboration of artists who engage in creative exchanges with impactful messaging, creating sustainable fine art made with recycled materials including paper, glass, cloth, metal, reclaimed wood and building materials.

    11:00 am remove 6:00 pm
    Conde Contemporary, Booth 108
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    ART LAB: TOKENS OF MEMORY — THE MINIATURE PORTRAIT PROJECT

    Tokens of Memory: The Miniature Portrait Project began last year and is naturally indicative of Duportai Garcia's body of work, consisting primarily of small format paintings, replete with concepts of token and memory. His interest in painting in miniature arises from the desire to make each of his works more intimate. The young Cuban artist, living in Mexico, seeks to achieve two main goals: to capture the personality of the subject in just a few centimeters, and, second, to rescue the miniature portrait from its steady decline since the 19th century. "Just as the history of the miniature developed largely on different pieces or objects for personal use such as watches, medallions, etc. I have tried to intervene on elements such as: cassettes, staple bars or makeup bases. If you enter a gallery and see my works on general view in the space, you will see only lights on the wall. I spend hours reducing dimensions to an inspired image of a memory, sometimes a portrait, a glass of wine, books or fragments of a pair of feet that one day will stop treading on this earth", said the artist.

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    Throughout the Show
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    ART LAB: DISCOVERIES COLLECTION

    Look for the Discoveries Collection labels throughout the show. Art Santa Fe's Curatorial Team has selected a group of their favorite discoveries—each one a great option at $1,000 and $3,000 or less. Of course, there are thousands of affordable pieces of world-class art and on-trend, highly collectible works from across the U.S. and around the world at the show. Are their picks your favorites, too? Walk the show to find each one.

    11:00 pm remove 6:00 pm
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    MEET THE ARTISTS & LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS

    Is it the artists' creativity, the colors, the images, the messaging — or a combination of it all that draws us to an artist and their work? Meet these amazing artists and check out what's happening when some of them do live demonstrations:

    • Zachariah Rieke, William Havu Gallery, Booth 403
    • Max Lehman, William Havu Gallery, Booth 403
    • Julia Ross, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Hunter Connor, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Kristi Zatyko, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Daniela Pasqualini, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Larry Solomon, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Kiki Zais, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Sharon Grimes, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Christina Sodano, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Kelly Dillard, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Melanie Brannan, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Andres Conde, Conde Contemporary, Booth 108
    • Zammy Migdal, Contemporary Art Projects USA, Booth 111
    • Andre Paul Croteau, Contemporary Art Projects USA, Booth 111
    • CJ Cowden, Nuu Muse Contemporary Art, Booth 407
    • David Disko, David Disko Art, Booth 320
    • Sara Miller, Sara Miller Contemporary, Booth 419
    • Larry Phifer, Larry Phifer Art, Booth 530
    • Cary Henrie, Henrie Collection, Booth 112
    • Janet Bothne, Janey Bothne Fine Art, Booth 300
    • Stephen Robeck, Stephen Robeck Art, Booth 312
    • Charisse Rudolph, Charisse Fine Art, Booth 220

    11:00 am remove 6:00 pm
    Booths 316, 403, 505, 512
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    SPOTLIGHT PROGRAM

    Get a focused look at this year's specially curated group of Spotlight Program recipients. Which is your favorite?

    • Ray Tigerman, Robert Tigerman Studios, Booth 316
    • William Havu, William Havu Gallery, Booth 403
    • Edward Martin, Edward Martin Glass, Booth 505
    • Linda Guenste & Jonathan Hertzel, Guenste / Hertzel Art Studio, Booth 512

    11:00 am remove 6:00 pm
    Contemporary Art Projects USA, Entrance Area
    keyboard_arrow_down
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    ART LAB: INTERTWINING EXPRESSIONS OF LIFE

    Banyan, by artist Andre Paul Croteau, captures our two sacred selves and interprets them through the lens of fiber and banyan form. It embodies the conflict between our spiritual and material selves. Natural hemp symbolizes our raw spiritual structure. Decorative fiber weaves throughout to represent the vanity we often allow to obscure our true being. Together, as in life, the two expressions intertwine in a complicated competition for primacy, creating a sculptural message of form, color, shadow and, most important, structural peace through balance.

    11:00 am remove 6:00 pm
    Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    keyboard_arrow_down
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    ART LAB: A PEACEFUL EARTH EXPERIENCE

    A Peaceful Earth Experience is an interdisciplinary exhibition coming to Art Santa Fe from its premier at Artexpo New York. Celebrating the beauty and fragility of the earth around us, the Art Gallery Pure booth will surround visitors with a showcase of works conveying the urgency of our environmental crisis, address climate change, and look toward a peaceful experience on our planet. With a focus on women artists, Art Gallery Pure brings together a collaboration of artists who engage in creative exchanges with impactful messaging, creating sustainable fine art made with recycled materials including paper, glass, cloth, metal, reclaimed wood and building materials.

    11:00 am remove 6:00 pm
    Conde Contemporary, Booth 108
    keyboard_arrow_down
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    ART LAB: TOKENS OF MEMORY — THE MINIATURE PORTRAIT PROJECT

    Tokens of Memory: The Miniature Portrait Project began last year and is naturally indicative of Duportai Garcia's body of work, consisting primarily of small format paintings, replete with concepts of token and memory. His interest in painting in miniature arises from the desire to make each of his works more intimate. The young Cuban artist, living in Mexico, seeks to achieve two main goals: to capture the personality of the subject in just a few centimeters, and, second, to rescue the miniature portrait from its steady decline since the 19th century. "Just as the history of the miniature developed largely on different pieces or objects for personal use such as watches, medallions, etc. I have tried to intervene on elements such as: cassettes, staple bars or makeup bases. If you enter a gallery and see my works on general view in the space, you will see only lights on the wall. I spend hours reducing dimensions to an inspired image of a memory, sometimes a portrait, a glass of wine, books or fragments of a pair of feet that one day will stop treading on this earth", said the artist.

    11:00 am remove 6:00 pm
    Throughout the Show
    keyboard_arrow_down
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    ART LAB: DISCOVERIES COLLECTION

    Look for the Discoveries Collection labels throughout the show. Art Santa Fe's Curatorial Team has selected a group of their favorite discoveries—each one a great option at $1,000 and $3,000 or less. Of course, there are thousands of affordable pieces of world-class art and on-trend, highly collectible works from across the U.S. and around the world at the show. Are their picks your favorites, too? Walk the show to find each one.

    11:00 pm remove 6:00 pm
    keyboard_arrow_down
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    MEET THE ARTISTS & LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS

    Is it the artists' creativity, the colors, the images, the messaging — or a combination of it all that draws us to an artist and their work? Meet these amazing artists and check out what's happening when some of them do live demonstrations:

    • Zachariah Rieke, William Havu Gallery, Booth 403
    • Max Lehman, William Havu Gallery, Booth 403
    • Julia Ross, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Hunter Connor, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Kristi Zatyko, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Daniela Pasqualini, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Larry Solomon, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Kiki Zais, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Sharon Grimes, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Christina Sodano, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Kelly Dillard, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Melanie Brannan, Art Gallery Pure, Booth 427
    • Andres Conde, Conde Contemporary, Booth 108
    • Zammy Migdal, Contemporary Art Projects USA, Booth 111
    • Andre Paul Croteau, Contemporary Art Projects USA, Booth 111
    • CJ Cowden, Nuu Muse Contemporary Art, Booth 407
    • David Disko, David Disko Art, Booth 320
    • Sara Miller, Sara Miller Contemporary, Booth 419
    • Larry Phifer, Larry Phifer Art, Booth 530
    • Cary Henrie, Henrie Collection, Booth 112
    • Janet Bothne, Janey Bothne Fine Art, Booth 300
    • Stephen Robeck, Stephen Robeck Art, Booth 312
    • Charisse Rudolph, Charisse Fine Art, Booth 220


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