Art Palm Springs - 2018 Attending Artists and Final Gallery List

  • Kenton Nelson, Pine Table, 2017.  Oil on Canvas, 36 x 26 inches

    Kenton Nelson, Pine Table, 2017. Oil on Canvas, 36 x 26 inches

    Courtesy of Gerald Peters Project

  • Mads Christensen, Solstice, 2017, Multi-Media

    Mads Christensen, Solstice, 2017, Multi-Media

    Courtesy of Timothy Yarger Fine Art

  • Chul Hyun Ahn, Three Circles, 2017, Plywood with changing LED lights and mirrors, 62 x 12.25 in.

    Chul Hyun Ahn, Three Circles, 2017, Plywood with changing LED lights and mirrors, 62 x 12.25 in.

    Courtesy of C. Grimaldis Gallery

Of the 80 galleries that gather this weekend at the Palm Springs Convention Center, nearly half are scheduled to have artists in attendance, including talks and book-signings in their booths. For collectors and curators, it is one of the particular facets of Art Palm Springs that brings them back year after year.  

“Having so many artists attend is one thing that makes Art Palm Springs so special,” said Donna Davies, Vice President of the Art Group for Urban Expositions, producer of the President’s Day Weekend event. “Meeting an artist at the fair can sometimes be the determining factor for someone who is just beginning to acquire art.”

Aside from co-Artist of the Year Andy Moses, the list of artists ranges from Danish light artist Mads Christiansen (Timothy Yarger Gallery) who uses patterns to elicit an emotional reaction and Israeli metal sculptor Zammy Migdal (Adamar Gallery) to Danny Heller (George Billis Gallery) whose photo-realistic paintings capture Midcentury Modern homes and buildings and the studio glass sculptures of Lino Tagliapietra (J. Willott Gallery), who hails from the legendary Venetian lagoon island of Murano. Kenton Nelson, Pine Table, 2017.

The list of artists scheduled to attend includes:

Adamar Fine Arts: Zammy Migdal    
Artêria Gallery: Constantin Philippou aka Le Fou (L3F0u)
A Gallery / Allen+Alan Fine Art: Brent Godfrey
C. Grimaldis Gallery: Chul Hyun Ahn
Charon Kransen Arts: Adam Brown
Chiaroscuro / Gerbert Contemporar: Chris Richter
Concierge Fine Art: Edward Lentsch        
David Klein Gallery: Kelly Reemtsen, Brad Howe        
DC Fine Art: Jennifer Greenburg
Edward Cella Art & Architecture: Chris Trueman, Richard Roth
Elan Vital Galleries: Elan Vital                                                
Esperanza Projects: Richard Kurtz

Fabrik Projects: Glen Wexler, Stuart Kusher, Nancy R. Wise, Astrid Francis, Amadea Bailey, Andy Burgess                                      
George Billis Gallery: Danny Heller, Ken Bortolazzo, Nina Tichava, Deborah Martin      
Gerald Peters Projects: Kenton Nelson, Ray Turner
GK Hinkson Art Gallery: G Kim Hinkson
GVG Contemporary: Blair Vaughn-Gruler, Ernst Gruler, Kathleen Hope, Jeffie Brewer
J. Willott Gallery: Lino Tagliapietra, John Kiley, Squire Broel        
Jorge Mendez Gallery: Ariel Vargassal, E. Tyler Burton, Jane Burton, Christian Gill, Paul Ecke
Long-Sharp Gallery: Gino Miles
Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery: Natasha Dikareva, Annick Ibsen, Cathy Immordino, Dana and Ruth Kleiman, Constance Old, Curt Sullan, Sergio Valenzuela                      
McNabb Martin Contemporary Art: Pat McNabb Martin, Heidi Rufeh                 
Melissa Morgan Fine Art: Andy Moses    
Michael Solway LLC: Cherie Benner Davis, Gomez Bueno

Nancy Hoffman Gallery: Jesse Small                  
Okay Spark: Stephan Cox                           
Sloan Fine Art: Michael Malizia, Brad Woodfin     
Timothy Yarger Fine Art: Mads Christensen, Peter Alexander, Linda Touby, Udo Nöger, Pancho Luna, Carolina Sardi, Chin Chin Cheng, Jim McHugh, Moshé Elimelech
Travelogues Fine Art Consulting: Ali Cavanaugh, Joseph Ivacic, Santiago Ceron, Daniel North, Madeline North, Hank Schuyler
Wallspace: MB Boissonnault, Philip Vaughn, Trevor Norris, Melinda McLeod, Plastic Jesus, Patrick Haemmerlein, Scott Froschauer, Kymm Swank

Additional Attending Galleries at Art Palm Springs 2018 include: 

Addison Rowe Gallery

Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts

Arcadia Contemporary

Artspace Warehouse

Axiom Contemporary

Blue Rain Gallery

Bruce Lurie Gallery

Cassera Galleries

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

Chimento Contemporary 

Christopher Martin Gallery

Clark Gallery

CMay Gallery

Concierge Fine Art


Denis Bloch Fine Art

Dongwha Ode Gallery

Galleria Moro

Gallery K.A.G.

Heller Gallery


Jane Kahan Gallery

J Cacciola Gallery

jdc Fine Art

Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art

LewAllen Galleries

Maxwell Alexander Gallery

The McLoughlin Gallery

MRG Fine Art

Nine Dragon

Over the Influence

Peimbert Art

Peter Blake Gallery

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery

Sage Culture

SCAA - Sergott Contemporary Art

Simyo Gallery

Sponder Gallery



Thomas Paul Fine Art

Traver Gallery

Vallarino Fine Art

William Turner Gallery

Winterowd Fine Art

For tickets, the full schedule of events and information on participating galleries, go to the Art Palm Springs website:

FAIR HOURS: Thursday February 15 from 5 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

VIP TICKETS ONLY - Tickets $100 Starting Opening Night at 5 pm on February 15. Includes return admission all weekend.

Friday, February 16 - Monday, February 19 Tickets $25. Single day admission for one. Senior tickets available onsite with valid ID $15

Friday, February 16 | 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Saturday, February 17 | 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Sunday, February 18 | 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Monday, February 19 | 11a.m. - 5p.m. 

Art Palm Springs is owned by Atlanta-based Urban Expositions, which produces Art Aspen, Art Palm Springs, FORM MIAMI and the Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago. All art fairs are presented by galleries from around the world exhibiting modern and contemporary art in a variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media. 
For more information about Urban Expositions’ art and design fairs, visit the following websites:
Art Palm Springs |
Art Aspen |

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