The inaugural edition of Silicon Valley Contemporary, the region’s first art fair bridging the worlds of art and technology, runs April 10-13th at the downtown San Jose McEnery Convention Center. With a robust program of international exhibitors, special projects, and public events, the fair promises to provide insider access to the Valley’s industry juggernauts and inspire a new breed of contemporary art collector. To compliment the dynamic presentation of works for sale, Silicon Valley Contemporary will provide art enthusiasts, emerging and established collectors, and Valley residents with a week of cultural programming that will include panels, parties, and tours of local institutions.
Here're some of the artworks available:
Devorah Sperber, After van Gogh (Self Portrait)- 2008
Courtesy of Bentley Gallery, Phoenix
Luis Gispert, Gucci Gloom, 2011
Courtesy of David Castillo Gallery, Miami
Jaime Brett Treadwell, How Things Were Made, 2013
Courtesy of Mirus Gallery, San Francisco
Hiroshi Senju, Waterfall, 2013
Courtesy of Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York
Arnix, This is My Body, 2013
Courtesy of The McLoughlin Gallery, San Francisco
The Silicon Valley Contemporary also offers a nice selection of lectures and special events. It's a nice addition to the San Francisco area art scene and we hope they are back next year.
Visit their website to learn more Silicon Valley Contemporary
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