In July my wife Karen and I traveled to New Mexico again to show at Art Santa Fe. This was the eighth year that we have exhibited at this “boutique” art fair. Once again, the event brought together galleries from Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the United States.
Read visitor quotes from the gallery guest book in the San Diego exhibit: Rare Places in a Rare Light: The Wildlands Photography of Robert Turner.
Art San Diego – September 2012
I had a juried single-artist space at Art San Diego from September 6th through 9th, 2012. The fair, in its fourth year, was held in the Balboa Park Activities Center.
Art San Diego casts a wider subject matter net than most other art fairs. There were zones within the exhibit hall dedicated to Contemporary Art, Mid-Century and Modern Art, Contemporary Furniture Design, and Curated Solo-Artist Booths. I had one of the latter.
I exhibited at Art Santa Fe in July for the fifth consecutive year. I keep going back because my work seems to be finding a growing audience in Northern New Mexico—not only among local Santa Feans but also among art-aware people from across the country who come back year after year to spend their summers in the region.
Following up on last year’s successful show, I exhibited for a second time in late January at the 2011 Los Angeles Art Show. The venue was the downtown LA Convention Center.
LAAS is an annual juried art fair that brings together more than 100 galleries from around the world. This year’s featured guest country was China. Exhibitors showed work in painting, sculpture, photography, video and printmaking genres.
In January my work was featured in the Susan Spiritus Gallery space at the Fine Art Dealers Association’s LOS ANGELES ART SHOW.
It’s an annual juried event that brings together 110 galleries, both domestic and international, exhibiting work from all genres and periods—“from Rembrandt to Ruscha” as LAAS says in their description of the fair. It takes place in the downtown Los Angeles Convention Center.
My traveling exhibit Robert Turner: Rare Places in a Rare Light opened April 10th at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in the museum’s John Bunker Sands Gallery.
BBHC is a unique group of five themed museums under one roof at the eastern gateway to Yellowstone. They include the Whitney Gallery of Western Art and the Draper Museum of Natural History. Together they examine and interpret the human and natural history of the American West.