Artexpo New York 2017
Today I share with you some photos and a brief video tour of Artexpo NY 2017, my first experience exhibiting in New York.
Although as you know, I have been working for some years with several production companies, individuals and art galleries in the United States, and more specifically from Los Angeles.
Therefore, this is my first foray into the East Coast, and it has been a spectacular experience to be able to exhibit at booth 511 of Ricieri Art Gallery (Miami, FL). A pleasure to share space with artists such as Juan Luis Pérez, Santiago Garci or Vanesa VeIib.
I have been able to travel to New York with my last two works, Hong Drone I and Hong Drone II, and I am pleasantly surprised by the good reception that my work has had among the public that attended the exhibition.
I can announce that my work Hong Drone I has become part of the permanent collection of Queensborough Community College of New York. It is a great pride that my work is exhibited in a museum in New York City, an achievement that few artists of my generation and origin have been able to achieve. I hope to be able to participate again next year!
Artexpo New York is one of the main cultural events of the Big Apple and one of the largest art fairs in the world. Its first edition was held in 1978. Artexpo NY is an exceptional platform for professional and emerging artists, and has served as a consolidation for such important names as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Robert Rauschenberg or Leroy Neiman.
Every year it is visited by more than 40,000 people, among whom are the main professionals of the art world, gallery owners, art dealers, interior designers or architects,
who are looking for art and artists to shape the new world artistic trends. The fair welcomes about 1,000 artists spread over more than 400 booths.