The Javits Center-North | October 25 • 26 • 27
For the past three years, the Contemporary Art Fair NYC has provided the New York Art Market with an eclectic and mesmerizing collection of works by independent and unrepresented artists.
Sharing the spotlight with the American Fine Craft Show NYC at the Javits North Exhibition space has proven to be one of the big attractions for art lovers of all kinds.
The Contemporary Art Fair NYC is a special opportunity for your artistic voice to be heard by a culturally diverse audience of thousands of buyers and collectors. If the idea of traveling to Manhattan is overwhelming or the prospect of exhibiting your own work seems intimidating, American Art Marketing will be there to support and guide you through every step of the process. They will help you find affordable accommodations in close proximity to the exhibition hall and can work with you to put your best foot forward at the fair.
“I speak on behalf of all of you who want to take your career as an artist to a new level on the fast track… to the connections you want to make, the sales that you hope for, while at the same time keeping the cost within your budget…” – Richard Rothbard, Show Director
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