Objects of Art & American Indian/Tribal Santa Fe
This year, our two signature summer shows, Objects of Art Santa Fe and The American Indian Art Show Santa Fe not only return to an in-person event, but are concerted together for the very first time from August 11-14 to provide visitors with a prime opportunity to discover a vast range of Objects of Art and American Indian Art. We have also added “Tribal” to our title as we will now feature a wider range of tribal art — much as we have done in San Francisco. This change, or expansion, will open up our desired market as we continue to present the finest in Santa Fe shows.
As always, the show brings together the world’s most knowledgeable experts in the field, offering hundreds of select objects ranging from contemporary to historic. The show will include paintings, sculpture, and fine art of all kinds, furniture, books, fashion, jewelry, textiles, and tribal, folk, American Indian, African, and Asian art – objects of art from around the world. This year, many of our American Indian exhibitors will feature pieces of art by known masters – from pottery, baskets, textiles and jewelry to beadwork, carving, sculpture, and fine art. This collective effort helps tie into SWAIA’s centennial theme of one hundred years of Indigenous masters.2022 Events:
Art Installation: Jason Baerg, presented by Fazakas Gallery
Featured Gallery Presentation: Australian Aboriginal Master Artists hosted by Natalie Holubnytschyj of Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery
We are pleased to announce that we will be offering a virtual show this summer alongside our in-person presentation (which will includes exhibitors and material that are not in the in-person show). The virtual show runs August 11-31 and will feature special exhibitions and interactive lectures.
2022 BENEFIT PREVIEW:
Thursday, August 11
6pm - 9pm
2022 SHOW DAYS:
Friday, August 12 to Sunday, August 14
11am - 5pm
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