• Palm Springs Post-war and contemporary art
    Busy night for Opening Night Preview with over 3500 people in attendance!
  • Palm Springs Post-war and contemporary art
  • Palm Springs Post-war and contemporary art
    An art oasis in the Southern California desert

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2014 – A Milestone Year for Palm Springs Fine Art Fair
Record Attendance

Source: Press Release | February 17, 2014
Record opening night, pre-registration, attendance and sales makes the third annual event the must-see winter fine art fair, bringing museum quality art from 55 international galleries to Palm Springs. Palm Springs, CA – The weekend kicked off with the opening night reception for the Palm Springs Fine Art Fair…continue.

3rd Annual Fair Sets Record Attendance Opening Night

Record AttendanceSource: Yahoo Finance | February 13, 2014
Over 3500 attendees came on Thursday February 13th to view the Fine Art works of 55 galleries from 33 cities in 6 different countries. PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Feb. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Last night 3,500 art cognoscenti from across the Coachella Valley and around the world flowed into the Palm Springs Convention Center for the…continue.

Fair Makes Home Market Sizzle

home tourSource: PRWeb | February 13, 2014
Brad Schmett of Luxury Homes by Keller Williams today announced that the upcoming Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, scheduled for Thursday, February 13 through Sunday, February 16, 2014 will be attended by more than 12,000 visitors and locals, creating a sizzling luxury home market for the Palm Springs area this month…continue.

3rd Annual Fair Takes First Place

Cecil Touchon, Post-Dogmatist Painting #650, 2013, Acrylic on wood panel, 42" x 42"

Source: Coachella Valley Fun | February 9, 2014
This week, thousands will arrive to explore the best of the Coahella Valley through fine art, architecture and modernism events. For the third year in a row, fine art collectors, buyers and aficionados will attend the annual Palm Springs Fine Art Fair. The extraordinary exhibition curates a dynamic review, including Karel Appel, Le Corbusier, Henry Jackson, Frank Stella, Raymond Jonson…continue.