The Biggest Art Expo is Back and Celebrating 40 Years!

The Biggest Art Expo is Back and Celebrating 40 Years!

Courtesy Artexpo New York

For 40 years and counting, the Artexpo New York has been changing the way people buy and sell art. The expo brings the biggest publishers, galleries and collectors face-to-face with hundreds of established and emerging artists. This is arguably the world’s largest fine art marketplace.


On April 19-22, thousands of art industry insiders will flock to Artexpo New York in search of the art and artists that will shape trends in galleries worldwide. This year, over 400+ innovative exhibiting artists, galleries, and publishers from across the globe, will showcase exciting original artwork, prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, lithographs, glass works and more—all under one roof at Pier 94.


But the 2018 edition is going to be an even bigger event: The Artexpo New York’s will be celebrating its 40th anniversary! There’s going to be more to see, more to do, and more to experience. Cocktail parties with DJs spinning, cutting-edge art and design seminars, graffiti wars, unveilings and premiers, live demos and more.


The Art Expo will also be showcasing works from diverse artists that are motivated by a charitable causes including Albanian artist, Blend Cota, who will be presenting an especially created oil on canvas depiction of The Empire State Building to The National Alzheimer's Foundation of America, to commemorate his mother’s passing and raise awareness around the therapeutic benefits of artwork for Alzheimer's patients.


California based Tim Tadder—an internationally acclaimed photographic artist—will present a collection featuring “America’s Next Top Model” finalist, Jeana Turner (pictured below), who rises above her alopecia to stand tall in this remarkable portfolio of visual expression.  In 2015 Epson, the world leader in photographic printing technology, recognized Tadder as one of the top influential photographers, producing a TV commercial and worldwide ad campaign featuring Tadder and his work.

Art lovers, this is event is not to be missed! For the complete 2018 Artexpo New York show schedule click here. General admission is $20; multi-day pass is $40. Free admission for children under 11.  

“Nothing to See” (©Tim Tadder)

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