Art San Diego 2016 - The 8th Edition of the Iconic Californian Show

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Over 500 leading contemporary artists, museum exhibitions, labs, events and talks will once again gather at Art San Diego, the most anticipated contemporary arts show in the area. Coming back for the eight time this year, it promises another four days of rich, comprehensive program featuring national and international talent, as well as numerous cultural initiatives. Founded in 2009, the show is San Diego’s biggest of its kind, bringing compelling site- and theme-specific projects, talks and panel discussions and artworks in a variety of media and styles every year. This time round, we can expect more than 60 galleries from around the world, showcasing paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, videos and multimedia pieces.
 

ASD16 [THRESHOLD] Promo Video

 

Program Highlights

Making sure there is always something new to offer, the creative team behind Art San Diego will once again focus on collecting, through a program branching out in different correlated fields As usual, there will also be a special exhibition by the 2016 San Diego Art Prize recipients, chosen by San Diego Visual Arts Network and honouring local talent and their achievements. William Feeney and Shinpei Takeda from the Network will choose two established artists to mentor and co-exhibit with at the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library. In Spotlight Artists, there will be site-specific solo exhibitions of a selection of cutting-edge artists. Also returning is The LaunchPad Program showing Stefani Byrd, whose practice includes video, new media and interactive technologies. She is known for her temporary public art installations, hybrids of video and performance art which engage with the passersby. As part of the Art Labs, we can look forward to Heroic Procession, a an improvised 30-minute production and a collaborative exploration of migration and movement through visual art, dance, and sound that includes Tijuana visual artist Hugo Crosthwaite, violinist Marilu Salinas, and Japanese Butoh dancer Theresa Magario. The production takes place in this interstitial space, between man and nation, between nation and nation, and between graphite, dance, and sound.
The piece will be performed at Art San Diego on Saturday, Nov. 5th, at 7 p.m.
 

List of Exhibitors

ExhibitorBooth numberCityCountryWebsite
Aaron Chang226Solana BeachUnited Stateshttp://aaronchang.com/
Adebayo IA / Majekodunmi.E Oluwakemi109, 111JohannesburgSouth Africa
AFOOGO BIENVENUPORTO NOVOBenin
Akoko okeyoNewport beachUnited Stateshttp://www.akokoart.com/
Alex Dikowski Gallery222San DiegoUnited Stateshttp://www.dikowski.com/
Alexander & Victor Fine Art413CarriereUnited Stateshttp://www.alexanderandvictor.com/
Alexander Salazar Fine Art602, USB LOUNGESAN DIEGOUnited Stateshttp://www.alexandersalazarfineart.com/
Amerikan Skull by Natasa Burnett423-ELa JollaUnited Stateshttp://www.amerikanskull.com/
Anita Lewis510OceansideUnited Stateshttp://www.anitalewis.com/
Artists Renown International705MesquiteUnited Stateshttp://www.artistsrenown.com/
Avran Fine Art113Laguna BeachUnited Stateshttp://www.avranart.com/
Broni Likomanov118Studio CityUnited Stateshttp://www.broniart.com/
Casa Valencia Galer¡a426San DiegoUnited Stateshttp://valenciagallery.com/
Cecilia Anastos423-ASan DiegoUnited Stateshttps://www.art-meta.com/
CHARLES KOLL Jewellers.102San DiegoUnited Stateshttp://www.charleskoll.com/
chocolates masterpieceThe city of MinskBelarus
Cokee524-ALas VegasUnited Stateshttp://www.photoartbycokee.com/
D.Taylor Fine Art406WhitefishUnited States
Dawn Hough SebaughSpring ValleyUnited Stateshttp://www.dawnsebaugh.com/
defectivebarbie519AlhambraUnited Stateshttp://www.defectivebarbie.com/
Dellorco Fine Art227Westlake VillageUnited Stateshttp://www.dellorcofineart.com/
DK Art Publishing IncREG-1, REG-2Los AngelesUnited Stateshttp://www.dkartpublihsing.com/
Empress Contemporary100San DiegoUnited Stateshttp://www.empresscontemporary.com/
Erin Hanson200Los AngelesUnited Stateshttp://www.erinhanson.com/
EXPOSITORES DE ARTES Y PINTURAS DEL CARIBE420SANTO DOMINGODominican Republic
Eyevan Tumbleweed505FremontUnited States
Fine Art Maya126, SC-11, SC-2San DiegoUnited Stateshttp://www.fineartmaya.com/
ForeFront Group Corp.409TorranceUnited Stateshttp://www.forefrontart.net/
GALERIE SUPPER624Baden-BadenGermanyhttp://www.galerie-supper.de/
Gryphon Fabricators524-DNew YorkUnited Stateshttp://www.gryphonfabricators.com/
InArt Gallery Santa Fe301Santa FeUnited Stateshttp://www.inartsantafe.com/
James Patersn509MeafordCanadahttps://jdpaterson.com/
Jbis Contemporary723SchenectadyUnited Stateshttp://www.jbiscontemporary.com/
Jeremy's Vision119San DiegoUnited Stateshttp://www.jeremysvision.com/
Jim KellerRichmondUnited Stateshttp://www.jimkeller-foxfire.com/
JP GREENWOOD616San ClementeUnited Stateshttp://www.jpgreenwood.com/
Katherine GuezuTorranceUnited States
Larry Graeber504San AntonioUnited Stateshttp://www.larrygraeber.com/
Lesley GraingerLadera RanchUnited Stateshttp://lesleygrainger.com/
Lyn Hiner Studios622San ClementeUnited Stateshttp://www.lynhiner.com/
Lyssa Kayra604RichmondCanadahttp://www.lyssakayra.com/
Maidy MorhousDel MarUnited Stateshttp://maidymorhous.com/
Marat OyvetskyDel MarUnited States
Marta Wiley423-BLitchfield Park AzUnited Stateshttp://martawiley.com/
MCNABB MARTIN CONTEMPORARY ARTSan DiegoUnited Stateshttp://www.patmcnabbmartin.com/
MICHELE FINE ART419Palm DesertUnited Stateshttp://www.michelefineart.com/
Miguel Lee-Leon403Rancho MirageUnited Stateshttp://www.lee-leonstudio.com/
Musings Fine Art502NovatoUnited Stateshttp://www.musings-fine-art.com/
Najib Aschrafzai524-CCarlsbadUnited Stateshttp://www.najibaschrafzai.com/
NANCY HOLLY524-GLAGUNA BEACHUnited Stateshttp://www.nancyhollyphotography.com/
Nina K523Aliso ViejoUnited Stateshttp://www.ninakcullen.com/
Olga Oreshyna620AjaxCanadahttps://olga66.wordpress.com/
Paul Messink521Palm DesertUnited Stateshttp://paulmessink.com/
Pouneh423-DWausauUnited Stateshttp://www.paintingwineparties.com/shop-my-painting
Promise International GalleryBenin cityNigeriahttp://pofja.blogspot.com.ng/
Purely Zen Watercolors423-CSolana BeachUnited Stateshttp://www.deborahthomsenwalker.com/
Samantha Williams-ChapelskySt.AlbertCanadahttps://samanthawilliamschapelsky.com/
Sarah Lee Gossett Parrish520Oklahoma CityUnited States
Sculpturewear503TorontoCanadahttp://www.sculpturewear.com/
Sergott Contemporary Art317, SC-2A, SC-2B, SC-3ARancho Santa FeUnited Stateshttp://sergottart.com/
Shawn M KingOceansideUnited Stateshttp://shawnkingabstractart.weebly.com/
Silvana Gallery118GlendaleUnited Stateshttp://www.silvanagallery.com/
Solstice Photography524-E, 524-FWashougalUnited Stateshttp://solsticephotography.smugmug.com/
Souren MousaviCheltenhamUnited Kingdomhttp://www.sourenmousavi.co.uk/
Sparks Gallery321San DiegoUnited Stateshttp://www.sparksgallery.com/
TARISAISANDTONUnited States
The Blue Azul Collection608San DiegoUnited Stateshttp://www.theblueazulcollection.com/
Tomas MendezTampaUnited States
Tracy RobinsonAlbuquerqueUnited States
True West GallerySanta FeUnited States
Vermeeren Fine Art515DeWintonCanadahttp://www.vermeerenfineart.com/
Veru Narula405San DimasUnited Stateshttp://www.stripoflifeart.com/
Vincent Minor Photography326new yorkUnited States
Vladimir Kolosov507Maple RidgeCanadahttp://www.artofvk.com/
World Wide Art - Artavita717Santa BarbaraUnited Stateshttp://wwab.us/
Yuri Kuznetsov508IrvineUnited Stateshttp://www.yurikuznetsov.com/

 

The Open Walls Project

The second Art Labs project is the Open Walls Project, the third public installation to be shown in October and November; leading contemporary artists will be chosen to turn commercial billboards and community spaces throughout downtown San Diego into works of public art, telling the story based on the show’s curatorial theme [THRESHOLD]. This year’s selection of participants has been curated by Marcos Ramírez ERRE and Ann Berchtold and it includes Marcos Ramírez ERRE, Sam Durant, Rigo23, Andrea Bowers, and Daniel Guzman. Each of them will create two billboards which incorporate contemporary political issues such as deportation, immigration, and police brutality.
Three of the works from the Open Walls Project will go up on October 17th and seven additional works will go up on October 31st. All billboards will be up for the duration of one month. Billboard locations will span from the Tijuana/San Isidro border up throughout downtown and North Park. The project will culminate with the last billboard, by artist Andrea Bowers, being unveiled at Art San Diego during the Opening Night Preview Party on Thursday, November 3rd, at 7:30 p.m.
 

The Open Walls Project Art San Diego 2016 – Billboard Locations

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Floor Plan

 

Art San Diego 2016 – Practical Information

Art San Diego 2016 will be held from November 3rd through 6th at the Balboa Park Activity Center in San Diego, CA, USA. The First Preview is scheduled for November 3rd from 5pm to 7pm (UBS & Collectors Club by invitation only), while the VIP Opening Night is set between 7pm and 9pm. Fair hours will be 12pm to 8pm, and 12pm to 5pm on closing day. Ticket prices for the event range from $75 for the opening night, $25 for the 3-day pass ($15 for students and seniors) to $20 for the 1-day pass ($10 for students and seniors). Displayed prices are for online booking and purchase and they vary at the door. For more information, please visit the official website.

 

Location of Art San Diego 2016

 

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