American Indian Art Show Santa Fe

First launched in 2015, the American Indian Art Show Santa Fe aims to keep the tradition alive. Its promote American Indian art and craftsmanship. Each edition showcases more than 65 specialized exhibitors mainly coming from the United States. Because of its quality and its specialization, the show brings together collectors, professionals and American Indian art enthusiasts who can admire and purchase a wide range of items at all kind of prices. Connoisseurs as seasoned buyers can buy and bring home traditional clothes, fine ceramics, colourful jewels, wooden sculpture, basketry and much more. The fair is part of an important group which owns 5 differents fairs: the San Francisco Tribal and Textile Art Show, Objects of Art Santa Fe, the American Indian Art Show San Francisco, the Antique American Indian Art Show Santa Fe and the LA Art Show.

Due to the health crisis, the Antique American Indian Art Show Santa Fe 2020 has been canceled.

American Indian Art Show Santa Fe 2021

Location

El Museo
555 Camino de la Familia
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States

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Opening hours

August 2021: TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: TBA

Mediums

Textile
Decorative Art
Furniture…

Art Periods

Antique
Modern
Contemporary

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