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American Art Collector

American Art Collector

February 2020

Previewing upcoming art exhibitions from coast to coast, American Art Collector is a unique monthly magazine specially designed to bring living representational artists, galleries and active art collectors together in one place.

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United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
International Artist Publishing, Inc.
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FEBRUARY 2020 / MONTHLY VINCENT W. MILLER / Publisher EDITORIAL JOSHUA ROSE / Editor editor@americanartcollector.com ROCHELLE BELSITO / Managing Editor rbelsito@americanartcollector.com MICHAEL CLAWSON / Deputy Editor ALYSSA M. TIDWELL / Assistant Editor TAYLOR TRANSTRUM / Associate Editor JOHN O’HERN / Santa Fe Editor FRANCIS SMITH / Contributing Photographer MAIA GELVIN / Editorial Intern ADVERTISING (866) 619-0841 LISA REDWINE / Senior Account Executive lredwine@americanartcollector.com CHRISTIE CAVALIER / Senior Account Executive ccavalier@americanartcollector.com ANITA WELDON / Senior Account Executive aweldon@americanartcollector.com HEATHER K. RASKIN / Senior Account Executive hraskin@americanartcollector.com CAMI BEAUGUREAU / Account Executive camib@americanartcollector.com TRAFFIC BRITTON COURTNEY / Traffic Manager traffic@americanartcollector.com PRODUCTION ADOLFO CASTILLO / Multi Media Manager TONY NOLAN / Art Director DANA LONG / Production Artist JUSTIN KESSLER/Production/Email Artist SUBSCRIPTIONS (877) 947-0792 EMILY YEE / Subscriptions Manager service@americanartcollector.com APRIL STEWART / Accounts Receivable astewart@americanartcollector.com KIMBERLY VICKERS / Administrative Coordinator admin@americanartcollector.com…

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the results are in…

So, we are hearing back from collectors across the country and more and more people are using our new online gallery show spaces to help them acquire art from the best galleries across the country. We love our magazine. We love print. We love seeing all the ads in each issue from galleries across the country. But we started thinking on how we can help these galleries even more. What else could we do to increase their exposure to our subscribers—which includes some of the most active art collectors across the country? Well, our publisher Vincent Miller came up with the idea for the online show spaces. Now each and every ad that is featured in the magazine also appears on our website. Then, look below the ad. You will see…

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read the entire issue on our website…

Subscribers get direct monthly access to America’s best traditional fine art in their mailbox AND on our homepage. You can even buy single issues to read right on your screen. Choose the Print + Digital magazine OR the Digital magazine only. Both have identical content that you can read on the screen of your PC, tablet or smartphone at any time. Either way you can navigate from story to story and see all the beautiful new paintings available for you to collect. PRINT AND DIGITAL 1 YEAR $36 (US$49 CAN) | 2 YEAR $68 (US$96 CAN) AVAILABLE IN NORTH AMERICA ONLY DIGITAL ONLY 2 YEAR $38 ONLY $20 1 YEAR SUBSCRIPTION AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE Preview New Works Coming Up for Sale and Special Sections that Focus on Different Art Subjects and Genres Read full coverage of the traditional fine art market in…

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art show calendar

6 LOS ANGELES, CA LA CONVENTION CENTER LA Art Show Los Angeles’ largest and longe-strunning art show celebrates a milestone of 25 years showcasing contemporary international art from some of the most prominent galleries of today. www.laartshow.com Through February 9 7 FEB 2020 SCOTTSDALE, AZ SCOTTSDALE WATERFRONT 9th annual Scottsdale Waterfront Fine Art & Wine Festival The Scottsdale Waterfront is transformed into a festival of juried art, fine wine, food and music. www.thunderbirdartists.com Through February 9 8 BOSTON, MA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON Personal Space: Self-Portraits on Paper Traditional self-portraits by major artists like Käthe Kollwitz and Jim Dine are on view along-side experiments in the genre. www.mfa.org Through June 21 13 PALM SPRINGS, CA PALM SPRINGS CONVENTION CENTER Art Palm Springs Postwar and contemporary artwork arrive in Palm Springs during this fair that coincides with the city’s Modernism Week. www.art-palmsprings.com Through February 16 LOS ANGELES, CA LOCATION TBD SPRING/BREAK…

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art news

Signal Noise The Cleveland Museum of Art presents a new exhibition, Signal Noise: Aaron Rothman, featuring a collection spanning 10 years of landscape studies of the American West. The exhibition delves into Rothman’s deep connection to the desert region and his use of digital photography and print media. Taking interest in the humbler sights, Rothman dedicated his focus to desert rocks and sky while adding an element of abstractionism through digital processing. Thirty-five of his photographs will be on view, some altered and some left as they were originally taken. Rothman’s exploration of the natural and artificial world will be on view February 15 to May 17. Personal Space Themes of race, gender, identity and the self are the main focuses of Personal Space: Self Portraits on Paper at Museum of Fine Arts,…

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cultural milestone

The city of Los Angeles is getting ready for one of its biggest years in art. Not only will 2020 mark the milestone 25th anniversary of the internationally renowned LA Art Show, but also it is being touted as the year of the city’s “largest lineup of art and cultural programming.” Kim Martindale, who founded the show with the Fine Art Dealers Association, has anticipated this moment and the wave of collectors who buy art in the West Coast city. “Twenty-five years ago when I began the LA Art Show, there weren’t any big art fairs here,” says Martindale. “This is one of the most creative cities on the planet, and I always hoped that we would become a major arts capital. I felt it was important for the city to…