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Art Fair: Red Dot New York 2011 (over)

3 March 2011 until 6 March 2011
  Red Dot New York 2011
 Red Dot Art Fair

Red Dot Fair; Attn: George Billis
P.O. Box 20478
New York City, NY 10011
USA (city map)

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tel +1 917 2738621

Fair Hours
Thursday, March 3, 11 AM - 6 PM
Opening Reception, 6 - 9 PM

Friday, March 4, 11 AM - 8 PM
Saturday, March 5, 11 AM - 8 PM
Sunday, March 6, 11 AM - 6 PM

Red Dot Art Fair is pleased to announce its return to New York City, March 3 - 6, 2011. Red Dot's new venue is a newly renovated event space in the heart of SoHo, located at 82 Mercer Street.

Red Dot Art Fair's opening reception on Thursday, March 3rd, will benefit the West Harlem Art Fund. This organization is dedicated to promoting public art throughout New York City. All donations collected during the reception will support a unique art installation created by artist Patrick Singh, which will be projected on the Manhattan Bridge during Red Dot Art Fair.

Red Dot Fair creates a venue for art galleries seeking to present work of lasting value and beyond current trends. Under the direction of Red Dot owner George Billis, approximately 50 international modern and contemporary art galleries will feature painting, photography, sculpture and works on paper in the beautifully renovated SoHo location. Approximately 20 exhibitors from the Korean Art Show will share the space with Red Dot this year, allowing visitors to visit both renowned art fairs in one venue.

The New York Observer will continue their media patronage of Red Dot Art Fair. Concerning itself with the business of art, as well as reviewing shows, The Observer's Culture section continues to set the standard for our city's art aficionados. Red Dot is proud to be a part of this exciting process.

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