Looking Back and Looking Forward!


Cesar Santos. Assoluta. Oil on Linen.

Miami, Florida- January 12, 2015 – With the great support of Artists, Media Partners, Curators and Collectors, Contemporary Art Projects was a success during Art Palm Beach 2014.

This year will return celebrating the 18th anniversary of the Fair at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from January 22-25, 2015 with a Preview Evening on Thursday, January 21st. Art Palm Beach is Florida’s most established long running mid-winter international contemporary and modern art fair founded by Lee Ann and David Lester in 1997. Over 85 international galleries and partnering art institutions will be exhibiting contemporary and emerging art; installations; art performances; videos; contemporary art design; photography and works on paper. An art educational lecture series on today’s art trends and curatorial issues will be presented to the public during the fair.


Magaly Barnola Otaola. Tension (Neg) 2011. Digital Print on Light Box.

Contemporary Art Projects USA directed by Tata Fernandez and Silvia Medina as Curator will be using a major approach to social networking coverage using journalistic mediums to promote and document its participation at another level. Also, it will offer a focused platform where artists, collectors and art lovers convene to appreciate their love for the arts.

At this edition will be showcasing a selected group of contemporary artists as Rosy Lofer/Argentina, Maria Fernanda Laire/Venezuela, Magaly Barnola-Otaola, Magaly “Moby” Otaola, Maquiamelo, Tom Bollinger,

Marcelo Wong, Tania Barkalartz/Columbia as well as featuring at the VIP Entrance of Art Palm Beach 2015 the artwork of renown contemporary artists as Cesar Santos/Cuba and Marcus Jansen/USA .

Please visit www.contemporaryartprojectsusa.com for more information about the Fair Location and VIP Passes.

Contact Information

Tata Fernandez, Executive Director
Contemporary Art Projects USA

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