The III Edition of the Venezuela Art Fair brings together photography, music, sculpture, painting, cinema, theater, and much more in one space. It will take place from June 8th to 11th. It will feature over 30 on-site artists, while about 15 will be available for a virtual presentation.
Venezuela Art Fair Press (April 2023)- The vocal strength of tenor David Capiello, the projection of Venezuelan short films, as well as the Tambor y Caña performance, and the “VIOLIN BATTLE” by Samuel Marchan (Venezuela) Vs Reina Hondo (New York) in addition to the participation of important Venezuelan talents, will make New York City vibrate during the upcoming III Edition of the Venezuela Art Fair.
And it is that the Venezuelan Art Fair, to be held from June 8th to 11th, promises to take over the Big Apple, with an ambitious and representative agenda of culture in the Venezuelan style, which can be enjoyed at One Art Space – TriBeCa located at 23 Warren Street NY 10007.
Alexandra Álvarez, director of the Venezuela Art Fair, and Yuri Uzcátegui, co-producer, reported that in 2023 the Venezuela Art Fair stands out for offering, from the first day of opening, varied options for art enthusiasts who want to experience something different. In one same space, they can contemplate: drums, dance, photography, music, sculpture, painting, cinema, theater, and much more.
All thanks to a wide range of artists; because more than 30 will make on-site presentations, while about 15 will be available for a virtual presentation.
The Venezuela Art Fair is a philanthropic initiative of a group of artists that was born to project the works of Venezuelan migrants, as well as other Latin American talents. The project was able to materialize a first edition of the Venezuela Art Fair, held in June 2021, with 75 artists participating, while in the second edition in December of the same year, about 62 creators participated both in person and virtually.
For all this and to continue supporting Venezuelan and Latin American artists, the meeting is in New York, where cultural diversity opens up a space for the “Chevere!” party of contemporary and emerging art.