The City Different’s uniquely different showcase for one-of-a-kind historic and contemporary works from around the world, the Objects of Art Santa Fe show is widely known as an exhibition of exceptional aesthetics, style, and design. In it, more than 70 prestigious gallery owners and other exhibitors present a global melding of the world’s best antiquities and fine art.
Though this event is held in conjunction with the Antique American Indian Art Show – organized by the same team – the shows exhibitors and artists range far beyond the American Southwest. With an eye toward international design trends and the strong interest in global ethnographic materials, noted traders from throughout the United States have assembled extraordinary art treasures that span place and time.
Exhibitors with expertise in global art, culture, and creativity hand-pick from these treasures to present objects intended to appeal to the sensibilities of modern-day collectors who are not afraid to mix the old and the new. Which means, you can expect the unexpected in this peerless display of choice art objects handmade by master artists and designers in a wide range of media.
At every turn, show visitors encounter unparalleled world class artwork — all in one place. A short list of what can be found includes: fine art paintings and sculpture, folk and tribal art, rare books, ethnographic jewelry and textiles, historic American Indian, Asian, and African art, mid-twentieth century furniture, modern fashion and more.
Now celebrating its 13th year at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, in the Railyard district, the four-day event runs August 11 – 14, 2022, 11 a.m.. – 5 p.m. A benefit preview benefiting Southwest Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) will be held Friday, August 12, 6-9 p.m. The new, the old, the unique, the unexpected, you’ll find it at Objects of Art. For more information, visit the website, or call 505-570-3220.This article was posted by Olivia