Miami, Florida January 11th, 2015 – Contemporary Art Projects USA will be exhibiting works by several of its most successful contemporary artists at the 19th annual Palm Beach Art Fair. This year, the fair will return celebrating the 19th anniversary at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from January 20-24, 2015 with a Preview Collectors’ Evening on Wednesday, January 20th. Art Palm Beach Art Fair is Florida’s most established long running mid-winter international contemporary and modern art fair founded by Lee Ann and David Lester in 1997.
The booth #106 will feature works from Luis Alberto Hernandez , a leading modern master, whose art has a truly global resonance as well as established artists like Maria Fernanda Lairet/Venezuela and Jorge Cavelier/Colombia.
Contemporary Art Projects USA has gained worldwide recognition as a pioneer in promoting international contemporary artists. Directed by Tata Fernandez and Silvia Medina as Curator, this year they will be using a major approach to social networking coverage using journalistic mediums to promote and document its participation at another level. Also, it will offer a focused platform where artists, collectors and art lovers convene to appreciate their love for the arts.
Other participants’ artists are: Grace Berge/USA, Maria Ana Davila/Mexico, Samah El Hage, Fermin Fleites/Cuba, Kelly Fisher/Switzerland, Maquiamelo/Colombia, Motoko Oyamada/Japan, Eliel Perez/Pto. Rico and Martin Schoffel/Venezuela.
Contemporary Art Projects USA was invited to be part of the International Sculpture Exhibition Invitational for Public Art, launched this art season with an annual exhibition of monumental sculpture from on Okeechobee Blvd. and Rosemary facing the Convention Center and City Place with the Monumental Sculpture, Labyrinth, of Jorge Cavelier/Colombia.