|THE ONLY SHOW AND SALE OF ITS KIND IN NEW ENGLAND! |
GALA PREVIEWThursday, November 17, 5:30-8:30pm
To benefit The Greater Boston Food BankTickets: $100 & $250
To order tickets, please visit www.GBFB.org
or call the show office at 617-363-0405
WEEKEND SHOW & SALE
Fri 1-9, Sat 11-8, Sun 11-5
Admission $15, under 12 free.
Cafe at the show. Valet parking available.
Complimentary catalog and readmission.
Boston Center for the Arts
539 Tremont Street, Boston
For information: 617-363-0405
|SHOW CATALOG NOW ONLINE!|
The digital edition of our 2011 show catalog is now live online at www.FineArtBoston.com. Browse our list of exhibitors, learn more about our 15th anniversary festivities and get a sneak peak at the spectacular selection of fine art at this year's show. No download is required.
To browse the 2011 show catalog, please visit
Friday, November 18, 6:30pm - Art Collecting: A Passion, An Investment, or Both?
Is art a luxury brand, as sensitive to the stock markets as high-end fashion? Or does it represent a safe investment in troubled times, much like gold? Join our panel of experts including Christopher D. Perry, Senior Vice President and Senior Fiduciary Officer, Northern Trust (Boston); Lou Salerno, Questroyal Gallery (New York); and Julie Sherlock, Assistant Vice President, ACE Private Risk Services (New York)
Saturday, November 19, 3:00pm - Shaping the Present: Realist Art Then and Now
For years, people have been saying realist art is coming back. Judging from its growing visibility and the mushrooming of realist art schools nationwide, it's more accurate to say it's here. Join us for this intriguing panel, animated by two national editors and popular BIFAS presenters: Joshua Rose of American Art Collector and Peter Trippi of Fine Art Connoisseur.
Additional information on special programs is available at www.FineArtBoston.com