Intersect Aspen Announces Programming Highlights for the 2020 Fair, Which Will Be Live Online July 22-26
Virtual Talks with Artists and Curators, Visits with Exhibitors, and Curatorial Picks Will Be Featured on IntersectAspen.com
The Programming Centerpiece of Intersect Aspen, One Thing, Honors Regional Partners with Special Events and a Daily Silent Auction.
New York, NY, July 15, 2020—Intersect Art and Design announces programming highlights for Intersect Aspen, an online-only art fair in 2020 due to COVID-19, which will resume its physical presence in Aspen in 2021. The online viewing room includes 110 exhibitors from 28 countries, and will be live from July 22-26, 2020 at IntersectAspen.com. Intersect Aspen will also be live on Artsy from July 22-August 22, 2020.
As part of Intersect Aspen, One Thing honors local and regional cultural and non-profit partners with special dedicated programming, and a daily silent auction. Additionally, talks with artists, curators, and dealers will be taking place in the lead-up to the fair, and throughout its online run, July 22-26, 2020. Following are highlights of the programs planned. For additional content, videos, and more, please visit IntersectAspen.com and see Virtual Talks & Events, and Curatorial Selections on the homepage.
Becca Hoffman, Managing Director of Intersect Art and Design says, “I’ve always believed that the world is a small place and our Intersect Aspen exhibitor list is the true embodiment of that: local, regional, national, and international with galleries spanning the globe from Aspen and Denver; to New York and Los Angeles; to Paris, Berlin, and London; to Accra, Marrakech, and Jeddah; to Cebu, and onward. It’s an opportunity for connectivity, connection, and the breaking down of cultural barriers during these times.”
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles will be showcasing works by Caitlin Cherry, Carla Jay Harris, Chris Engman, Erik Olson, James Hyde, Josh Reames, Lia Halloran, Liz Collins, Peter Williams.