San Diego Mayor Declares Sept. 28 Alejandro Salazar Day

Alexander Salazar knew September was going to be an exciting month. As part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, the world-renowned Latino artist and international [...]

ASD 2017 Day 2: Find Your Inspiration Here

The first full show day at Art San Diego was a huge success. One of the leading cultural events in Southern California, Art San Diego inspired attendees from all over the world with its Art Labs, [...]

Art San Diego 2017: Opening Night Recap

The new Art San Diego kicked off last night with the Opening Night Preview Party, and more than 3,500 collectors, gallery owners, art dealers, and cultural connoisseurs were there to experience [...]

From Setup to Showtime: Art San Diego Premieres Tonight

Excitement has been building for months—and we got the show built at the Del Mar Fairgrounds just in time for the Opening Night Preview Party! Do you have your tickets yet to the hottest art [...]

Expand Your Knowledge Base at Art San Diego

Art San Diego features an impressive array of specially curated Art Talks, offering you an inside look at the artistic experience by way of panel discussions, conversations, and provocative [...]

Get Up Close and Personal with the Artistic Process at Art San Diego

At Art San Diego, not only will you see thousands of new works from contemporary artists, galleries, and art publishers from across the globe, but you will also get the rare opportunity to talk [...]

A Focus on Photography at Art San Diego

When you think of fine art, the first mediums that come to mind are probably paintings, sculpture, and glassworks. However, some of the world’s best abstract, contemporary, and realist [...]

From a Garage in Long Island to the Walls of the Wyland Center

Most people keep sports equipment, seasonal decorations, and office and school supplies in their garage. Not Arthur Pinajian. In the one-car garage and attic of the Bellport, Long Island, [...]

ASD17 Art Lab – Metamorphosis of the Migrant Era

José Hugo Sánchez is a border crosser. Literally, he crosses borders every time he travels from his home in Mexico to his home in the United States. Conceptually, he crosses borders in his work [...]

An Inside Look at the Landscape of the Art World

When you think about landscape art, you probably picture works that capture the beauty of mountains, valleys, trees, rivers, and forests. Yet landscapes—especially the ones created by the [...]

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