Art on Paper returns to downtown Manhattan’s Pier 36 this March 7–10, with 100 galleries featuring top modern and contemporary paper-based art. Art on Paper’s medium-driven focus lends itself to significant projects – unique moments that have set the fair apart and established it as an important destination for the arts in New York City.
Art on Paper is put on by Art Market Productions, a comprehensive, fully-integrated event production company that specializes in delivering high-quality live experiences connecting brands, artists, and ideas with visitors in the most optimal settings and contexts. Since its inception in 2007, AMP has helped realize world-class experiences in the visual arts, music, and popular culture.
Art Market Productions has served as a platform to bring great ideas to life for a decade. Their experienced in-house team and deep bench of partners is an adaptable and capable resource to activate artists next real-world opportunity. From the launch of the largest scale, public facing events to the most boutique, white glove experiences, they give artists the right tools for the job. Their management team has a collective 300+ projects realized and can put that wealth of knowledge to use from the earliest stage of planning and concept development.
For information and tickets, visit thepaperfair.com/tickets.
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