For immediate release:
Contact: Fatima Canovas
CONTEMPORARY ART PROJECTS USA HOSTED BY
ART CONCEPT FAIR
BAYFRONT PARK MIAMI
NOV 30 – DEC 4 | 2016
CONCURRENT WITH ART BASEL MIAMI WEEK
November 29 | 1-10PM
Miami, September 21, 2016- Contemporary Art Projects USA has announced participation in Art Concept Fair2016 during Art Basel Miami Week. Art Concept “waterfront fair in the round”, focusing on modern and contemporary works, will be held in a spectacular new fair venue in the heart of downtown Miami’s new Arts and Entertainment District during America’s largest international fair week. Art Concept Fair offers a venue for international galleries and dealers showcasing modern masters, emerging artists, and new art forms in a s totally innovative fair venue; providing collectors an opportunity to peruse a well vetted fair and curatorial recognized artwork of the 20th century and emerging works from the 21st century. The organizers are the founders of Art Miami, Art Asia Hong Kong, Art Palm Beach, and Art Boca Raton fairs.
Recognizing Miami’s late night Latin Orientation, the fair will remain open each evening until 10PM making possible evening fair visits as collectors return to their downtown hotels each evening.
Due to the positive response in sales and visitors, Contemporary Art Project USA/Gallery will be re-appearing with the following roster of established artists:
Kelly Fischer, Invited Artist
Robin Apple, with a Special Iphoneography Installation
Ricardo Cardenas, with a concurrent solo exhibition in MDC Galleries of Art + Design
Ana Maria Nava
Maria Fernanda Lairet
Rajvi Dedhia Unadkat
Employing a bold approach to social networking coverage that includes journalistic mediums to promote and document the group at another level, Tata Fernandez, as Gallery Director and Art Marketing Consultant, offers a focused platform where artists and art lovers convene to showcase and enjoy their passion for the arts.
Contemporary Art Projects USA/Art Concept Fair will be directed and curated by Chief Curator, Mariavelia Savino, who boasts twenty-two years of experience at art centers, museums, and galleries including: the MoLAA Museum, the Museum of Catholic Art, and the Washington Library; as well as a long list of major national and international art fairs.
For more information contact:
Contemporary Art Projects USA
Tata Fernandez, Director