CELEBRATE 25 YEARS WITH US!
OCTOBER 26-29, 2023
at THE CYCLORAMA at the Boston Center for the Arts
15,000 Square Feet - 40 Galleries + 15 Juried Artists
NOW BEING ACCEPTED
To apply as an exhibitor for 2023, click here
2023 Special Programs to be announced soon!
All Special Programs are complimentary with admission & your ticket is valid all weekend.
2022 Special Programs
Today's Market for American Art
Over the past ten years the market for American art, both historic and contemporary, has greatly expanded and diversified. Join Wendie Martin and Adolfo Castillo, the publishers of American Fine Art and American Art Collector for a special insiders' look at the market for American art from the perspective of galleries in the show. Panelists will include Richard Rossello of Avery Galleries (PA) and Douglas Gold of Lincoln Glenn (NY), and Jane Eckert, Eckert Fine Art (MA). Where is the market headed? What artists are undervalued? What trends are emerging? Free with show admission.
Rediscovering Mark Baum
How does a city and landscape artist widely exhibited and collected by the Met and the Whitney in the 1920s and 1930s, disappear after a World War II crisis of faith into a spiritual journey far from New York’s art scene? His search for the “element” was prescient of the digital age, a spiritual algorithm he explored through planes of color and form. He created a hand-drawn, dynamically shaped ‘pixel’ repeated in large-scale compositions that vibrate with the color and movement of fractal photography or resonate like mandalas in an awe-inspiring universe. Join Naomi Baum, Director of the Mark Baum Estate, and Elizabeth Hoy, Director of the Beard and Weil Galleries at Wheaton College as they chart the course of the artist’s amazing career.
Free with show admission.
Mark Baum, Landscape with Clothesline, 1945, oil on canvas. Courtesy of the Mark Baum Estate.
Mark Baum in 1974.
Art Elevates - Presented by Curator Paints
We invite you to engage in our Curator Paints Panel discussion, "Art Elevates". Drawing perspectives from an internationally-recognized abstract artist, Paddy Cohn, and a celebrity interior designer, Garry Cohn, this panel will foster a conversation that will inspire and challenge. Joining us as well will be an art historian, Lori Korn, and a color expert, Amy Woolf. We'll cover topics such as: best practices for curating an art gallery in your own space, common mistakes to be avoided, why white walls are not always the best answer, when symmetry works best and finally how art can elevate your home value into millions...Interpret and personalize the anecdotes shared -- as you are the ultimate storyteller, the Curator. - Kali Sipes Curator Paints, Moderator
Free with show admission.
Six Women Gallerists Share Candid Advice on Finding Representation
Sponsored by Art New England Magazine
These days, there is nothing surprising about women leading the charge and bringing change to the gallery world. Today’s women directors, curators and gallerists are risk takers. They’re active members in their communities. The landscape is collaborative rather than competitive. And they give more money to charity, often selling work for social and political causes as well. Continuing the discussion which appeared in Art New England's September/October Gallery Issue, all six gallerists join this panel to offer thoughtful, insightful and practical advice on approaching gallery representation. Bring your questions! Moderator: Rita A. Fucillo, associate publisher, Art New England. Free with show admission. Seating is limited Register here for reserved seating.
Ongoing Throughout The Weekend
Restoration and Repurposing Clinic
Returning by Popular Demand!
Manzi Appraisers, headed by David Manzi, is a Sponsor of our 24th Boston International Fine Art Show. This sponsorship continues our long association with David, who was for many years President of Trefler's before starting his own appraisal and restoration firm. David will be on site throughout the show to answer your questions about valuing and restoring the things you love! Bring photographs of your favorite furnishings, fine art, and decorative objects that need to be restored or repurposed for a complimentary estimate. It's fun and free.
(Photographs only please, no actual objects.)
Recent appraisal: Paul Revere Church Bell cast by Joseph Warren Revere, 1834