1AN Art Fair Symposia
Feb 28, 2014
ONE ART NATION AND ART MIAMI LLC PRODUCTIONS COLLABORATE TO EVOLVE THE ART MARKET THROUGH EXPERT EDUCATION
Online art network One Art Nation (1AN), and Art Miami LLC Productions, one of the leading organizers of contemporary art fairs in the US, have partnered for the North American Art Symposia series including Art Southampton, July 24 – 28; Art Silicon Valley, October 9 – 12; and Art Miami, December 3 – 8.
1AN has scoured North America to find world-class Art Fairs that focus on the latest trends and topics affecting the art world globally. In our quest for specific meeting places for motivated collectors, curators, museum professionals and art enthusiasts, we selected those with a proven platform for showcasing the most important artworks in collaboration with a selection of the world’s most respected galleries.
Jointly developed and designed by 1AN and Art Miami LLC Productions, a team of world-class professionals have been assembled to present on varying art-related topics. Sessions focus on topics that will help build confidence in purchasing decisions and are free for fair visitors. “With the vibrant development of the North American art market, more and more people are collecting and investing in art. As a result, there is an increasing need for art education,” Pamela Cohen, Head of VIP Relations, Marketing, Sponsorships & Partnerships of Art Miami LLC Productions.
This was proven by the fantastic turn out at the inaugural 1AN Art Symposium at CONTEXT, with the audience seeking the skills required to improve their reputation as serious art collectors, maximize the efficiency of their overall asset portfolio and cultivate their taste for the finer things in life. “The Art Symposium was interesting, timely and a great way to find out what is trending in the art market, not just in the United States, but across the globe”, claims J.R., 1AN Symposium at CONTEXT attendee.
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