Little can be found for an overarching or coordinated curatorial effort within participants. To maximize the likelihood of sale, galleries boost the variety in the spirit of “there is something for everyone”. The result was like a holiday bazaar with pricier tags. The art, in consequence, feels and looks, more like commodity than any other time.
2010 marks Santa Fe's 400th Anniversary, making it the second oldest city and the oldest capital in the U.S. The Native Americans first called this spot by a river home thousands of years before the Spanish discovered the area. America's expansion West brought more influences as East-coast artists came to town in search of new … Continue reading Santa Fe: City of Art Markets Celebrates 400th Anniversary. 2010 Summer Markets Feature Finest in Regional, National and International Art