Over 80 Exhibiting Artists to Attend Art Palms Springs 2017

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Chul Hyun Ahn, represented by C. Grimaldis Gallery

Art Palm Springs Set to Host an International Group of Artists February 16-19 PALM SPRINGS, California—Palm Springs is an international travel destination and Art Palm Springs only adds to that cachet. Each year dozens of artists descend on the multi-day art fair to meet and talk with collectors, curators and those new to collecting.   “Meeting a favorite or a new artist can connect you to the work in a new way and give you something more than the work to take home,” said Donna Davies, Vice President, Art Group for Urban Expositions. With over 80 artists currently scheduled to attend, it is one of the largest gatherings of artists at Art Palm Springs since launching six years ago.

Sushe Felix, represented by William Havu Gallery

Artists scheduled to attend include Artist of the Year Lita Albuquerque, and scheduled speakers Rachel Lee Hovnanian, Greg Gorman, Bernie Taupin, Kaye Freeman, Binh Pho, Andy Burgess, Mike Nesbit and Kristine Bauer.   The array of additionally scheduled artists includes Chul Hyun Ahn (S. Korea), Moshe Elimelech (Israel), Udo Noger (Germany), Mads Christiansen (Denmark), Chie Hitotsuyama (Japan), Laurent Craste (Canada) and Ariel Vargassal (Mexico).  33 of the 70 attending galleries have announced artists scheduled to appear, including:



57 Projects
(Los Angeles) – Mark Andrew Allen and Jon Teschner
Adam Blaue Gallery (Cleveland, Ohio) – Jason Chakravarty, Jennifer Caldwell and Hap Sakwa
Adamar Fine Arts (Miami, Florida) – Zammy Migdal
Addison Rowe Fine Art (Santa Fe, New Mex.) – Matthew Rowe
art HAAS (New York, New York) – Cody Bayne
Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles, Calif.) – Ron Piller and Kathleen Keifer
C. Grimaldis Gallery (Baltimore, Md.) – Chul Hyun Ahn
Cassera Arts Premiers (Camano Island, Wash.) – Trevor Allen Huber and Kaye Freeman
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art (Santa Fe, N. Mex.) – Jeremy Thomas and Larry Fodor
Chiaroscuro/Gerbert Contemporary (Santa Fe, N.Mex.) – Chris Richter
Christopher Martin Gallery (Aspen, Colo.) – Michael Enn Sirvet
Contemporary Artifact (Carpinteria, Calif.) – Jim Martin and Jeff Overlie 
Cordesa Fine Art (Los Angeles, Calif.) – Sean Newport
The Cynthia Corbett Gallery (London, UK) – Andy Burgess, Jon Carmichael and Andrew Deem
DECORAZONgallery (London, UK) – David E. Peterson and Michele Mikesell
HOHMANN (Palm Desert, Calif.) – Bernard Dunaux, Kimber Berry, Laurent Craste (Canada), Robert Dunahay and Greg Gorman
Imago Galleries (Palm Desert, Calif.) – Rachel Lee Hovnanian
Jai & Jai Gallery (Los Angeles, Calif.) – Chie Hitotsuyama (Japan), Kristin Bauer, Mike Nesbit, Andrew Kovacs, William O’Brien and Maxi Spina
Jean Albano Gallery (Chicago, Ill.) – Bonnie Star 
Jorge Mendez Gallery (Palm Springs, Calif.) – Barbara Gothard, Christian Gill, Ariel Vargassal, Brian Huber and David Baca
Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery (Cordoba, Argentina) – Carol Chave, Maria Angelina Paz, Tim Shockley, Jeffro Uitto and Sergio Valenzuela
Milano Style Art (Milan, Italy) – Dminc 
MRG Fine Art (Los Angeles, Calif.) – Dante Latessa, Cantstopgoodboy, Jean Philippe Boucicaut and Gareb Shamus
Okay Spark (Norfolk, VA) – Stephan Cox, Carrie Pearce, Kirsten Stingle, Gabi Aguilo andJeremy Firehammer
Peter Blake Gallery (Laguna Beach, Calif.) – Lita Albuquerque
Rebecca Fine Art (Cathedral City, Calif.) – Joe Novak, Mario Pikus, Donald Spencer andRobert Tahar
Richard Levy Gallery (Albuquerque, N.Mex.) – Eric Tillinghast
Sensate Gallery (Ojai, Calif.) – Binh Pho, Joey Richardson and Ron Gerton 
Timothy Yarger Fine Art (Beverly Hills, Calif.) – Moshe Elimelech (Israel), Udo Noger (Germany),Mads Christiansen (Denmark), Jim McHugh, Bernie Taupin and Edith Bauman 

Tom Ross Gallery (Palm Springs, Calif.) – T. Rosenberg
William Havu Gallery
(Denver, Colo.) – Tracy Felix, Sushe Felix, Max Lehmann and Roger Reutimann 
William Siegal Gallery (Santa Fe, N.Mex.) – David Ivan Clark
Winston Wächter Fine Art (Seattle, Wash.) – Robin Layton and Ann Gardner

Victoria Lowe, represented by Adrien-Kavachnina

Rounding out the attending galleries are:

Adrien-Kavachnina Contemporary (Paris, France)
Anthony Brunelli Fine Art (Binghampton, New York)
Arcadia Contemporary (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Axiom Contemporary (Santa Monica, Calif.)
Blue Rain Gallery (Santa Fe, New Mex.)
Bruce Lurie Gallery (Los Angeles, Calif.)
CMay Gallery (West Hollywood, Calif.)
Duane Reed Gallery (St. Louis, Mo.)
Fine Art Maya (San Diego, Calif.)
Freight + Volume (New York, New York)
Galeria Moro (Maracaibo, Venezuela)
Gallery K.A.G. (Annapolis, Md.)
Garis & Hahn (Los Angeles, Calif.)
George Billis Gallery (New York, New York)
J. Willott Gallery (Palm Desert, Calif.)
Jane Kahan Gallery (New York, NY)
Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts (New York, New York)
Kidder + Smith Gallery (Boston, Mass.)
Lassiter Fine Art (Birmingham, Ala.)
LewAllen Galleries (Santa Fe, N.Mex.)
Michalopoulos Gallery (New Orleans, La.)
MJ Laberge Gallery (Boucherville, Quebec, Canada)
Myers Kovich (Laguna Beach, Calif.)
Nancy Toomey Fine Art Gallery (San Francisco, Calif.)
NanHai Art (Millbrae, Calif.)
Peimbert Art (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Peters Projects (Santa Fe, N.Mex.)
photo-eye Gallery (Santa Fe, N.Mex.)
Pushkin Gallery (Santa Fe, N.Mex.)
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery (New York, New York)
SCAA – Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance (Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.)
Scott White Contemporary Art (San Diego, Calif.)
TAI Modern (Santa Fe, N.Mex.)
ten|Contemporary (Grass Valley, Calif.)
Throckmorton Fine Art (New York, New York)
Von Lintel Gallery (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Tickets for Art Palm Springs are available on the website at art-palmsprings.com. Tickets range in price from $100 for a First Look Pass that admits two throughout the weekend; $75 for VIP Pass, which also admits two throughout the weekend; or $20 for single day passes ordered online; or $25 for single day passes at the door.

For further information about Art Palm Springs, go to the website at art-palmsprings.com.




Art Palm Springs is owned by Atlanta-based Urban Expositions, which produces Art Aspen, Art Hamptons, Houston Art Fair, Art Palm Springs, and the Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago. All art fairs are presented by galleries from around the world exhibiting modern and contemporary art in a variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media.

About Urban Expositions
Based in Kennesaw, GA, and founded in 1995, Urban Expositions produces and manages a portfolio of 40 events. Urban serves seven industry sectors including Gift, Souvenir, Art, Aviation, Foodservice, Pet and Gaming. Urban also produces Airport Revenue News, a publication focused on the airport concession industry. Urban has offices in Shelton, CT and Boca Raton, FL, and is represented by employees in California, Colorado and Illinois.

About Clarion Events
Clarion Events can trace its roots back to 1947 and takes great pride in being one of the oldest independent event organizers in the UK. The teams at Clarion create uniquely effective and stimulating environments that can serve as a platform to build businesses, enhance customer relationships and accelerate product awareness. More recently the firm has developed an international portfolio of brands and now delivers more than 200 events in over 20 countries.


For more information about Urban Expositions’ art and design fairs, visit the following websites:
Art Aspen | Art Hamptons | Art Palm Springs | Houston Art Fair | SOFA CHICAGO