High Attendance, Fabulous Spread and Increased Sales Marked the American International Fine Art Fair in Palm Beach

Previous PostIlan Hall's The Gorbals - It's Time.
Next PostVoices For Children To Host Gala Featuring Cirque Du Soleil Performers

High sales, a beautiful design, and high attendance marked the 2010 American International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF) which ran February 3-8 at the Palm Beach Country Convention Center featuring 80 exhibitors.

On display was dazzling jewelry, artwork including Old Masters, European and American paintings, modern and contemporary art, lavish period furniture, and rare antiques. The venue was laid out in a stage-like manner, featuring an elegant bar of caviar, smoked salmon, oysters and champagne.

Compared to 2009, attendance increased by 15 percent with a reported 24,000 who showed up and increased sales were reported from dealers and galleries like GIOIA, Graff and Richard Green19 Century Shop, A.B. Levy, Antoine Helwaser Gallery, Callaghan Fine Paintings, The Englishman Fine Art & Antiques, Eostone, Evelyn Aimis Fine Art, Galerie Jacque Bailly, Galerie Terminus, Goedhuis Contemporary, Holden Luntz Gallery, Lawrence Steigrad Fine Arts, Lebreton Gallery, MacConnal-Mason Gallery, Richter’s, The Silver Fund, Surovek Gallery, Trinity House, Veronique Bamps, Waterhouse & Dodd, William Weston Gallery and Willow Gallery.

For more information on the fair, please visit www.aifaf.com

connect with haute living National