The 23rd Boston International Fine Art Show
The 23rd Boston International Fine Art Show takes place October 24 – 27, 2019, at The Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts. 3,000+ original artworks will be on offer, from Old Master to Contemporary, with galleries from the United States and Europe. Tickets are $15, under 12 FREE. Complimentary special programs, re-admission, show catalog, coat check, and discounted or valet parking. Cafe at the show. For more information visit www.FineArtBoston.com or call us directly at 1-617-363-0405. On Saturday at 2pm in the Lecture Hall, a lively panel discussion “Living With Art” will feature three outstanding interior designers who emphasize fine art as part of their work. The panelists are: Craig Tevolitz of Platemark Design, Boston; Anelle Gandelman of A-List Interiors, Westchester, New York; and Lucinda Loya of Houston, Texas. On Sunday at 2pm, BIFAS is honored to welcome Eve M. Kahn, widely known for the weekly Antiques column she wrote for the New York Times from 2008 to 2016. Ms. Kahn will launch her new book: Forever Seeing Beauties: The Forgotten Impressionist Mary Roger Williams, 1857-1907. In 2012, a trove of paintings and letters by this forgotten artist was discovered in a Connecticut boathouse, and Ms. Kahn has devoted herself to the retelling of the artist’s fascinating life story. On Saturday at 3pm at the show, the internationally-known art expert Peter Falk, creator of the three-volume standard reference Who Was Who in American Art and other scholarly works, presents an illustrated talk titled “An Insider’s View of Valuing Art” which will reference many of the artists featured by the fair’s exhibitors. His online magazine, Discoveries in American Art, has resurfaced the work and careers of many American artists, particularly forgotten American Abstract Expressionists. Visit https://www.fineartboston.com to buy tickets or get more info!