Art Santa Fe

Art Santa Fe is one of the three art fairs in the city with American Indian Art Show and Objects of Art. This long-running contemporary art fair was launched in 2000 and takes place annually in summertime. It truly is the crowning show of the well-attended, 10-day Santa Fe Art Week. Thus, this popular event is a lively gathering of exceptional artists and international galleries from around the globe. The main focus of the fair is to grow audiences, gain knowledge and support innovation in contemporary art. So that, around 60 established galleries are carefully selected to exhibit hundreds of different artists. This high-quality makes Art Santa Fe a high attended event. As a matter of fact, art dealers, curators, collectors and simply curious visit the 4-day show to view and purchase artworks at all kind of prices. Finally, workshops, live art and performances are also part of the programme on offer.

Due to the health crisis, Art Santa Fe 2020 has been canceled.

Art Santa Fe 2021

Location

Santa Fe Convention Center
201 W. Marcy
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States

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Opening hours

July 2021: TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: $25 ($20 online)
3 Day Pass: $30 ($25 online)
Reduced Rate: $15 ($10 online)
Reduced 3 Day Pass: $20 ($15 online)
Children Under 15: Free

Mediums

Paintings
Prints
Sculptures

Art Periods

Contemporary

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