Welcome to the Harlem Fine Arts Show Like Never Before!
View art in the Latest 2D & 3D Virtual Reality
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60+ booths present select artists and galleries in striking virtual reality – from the Producers of the
International Harlem Fine Arts Show
FEATURING INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL & LOCAL ARTISTS
Soweto Fine Art Gallery – South Africa | John Pinderhughes |
Joan Spence – Spence Gallery – Canada | Michelle Rene’ Art |
Danny Jenkins – WaterKolours Fine Art | Classic works of Elizabeth Catlett | Jacob Lawrence |
Romare Bearden | Charles White | Stanwyck Cromwell | Ademola Olugebefola – Manna777 Gallery | Otto Neals | Danny Simmons | Al Johnson Art | MBGreen Arts | Laura Gadson |
Glenn Tunstull Studio | Frank Frazier | Michael Escoffery | Diana Shannon Young |
Roederick Vines Studio | I AM DOLLS |Joy Lyons Art | Baez Fine Art / Elizabeth Erazo Baez |
Kalen McQuire Media | Shenna Vaughn | D.K. Dixon Designs | O’Bannon Studios | JMR Designs | Lisa DuBois Gallery | Matyo Creations | Nyeshia “Jaze Jeanye” Padmore |
Blue Leaf International Arts Gallery | Artbywepa | Chris Osborne Art | Art By Aaron Reed |
The Robinson Studio | Christopher Crenshaw | D’Artist Donna Ladson | DMV League of Artists |
The Graham Collection | Omar Canate – Brother Omar | Bodiles Nu Art Studio and Gallery|
Georgia Fullerton – F U L L F I N E A R T | Ancestral Beads by Larry Brown | African Authentics |
Solwazi Afi Olusola – DARA: Ancestral Beauty Photography | The Royal Ivey Collection |
Art That Touches Your Heart | Mark Sublett & Genaro Rafael |
Art That Touches Your Heart Student Gallery | Brooklyn Brothers Gallery
- Open 7 days, from March 2021 to July 2021
- Examine each gallery’s artworks, singularly and vividly, in both 2D or 3D on the wall
- Enter each gallery’s in full display, and meander within the booth to discover art in HD quality or walk around sculptures with BUY Now or dealer inquiry options
- 1000+ important artworks are available for immediate acquisition
- Featuring 60 artist and gallery displays, from around the world highlight the African Diaspora
- Presenting both solo artist displays as well as themed displays
- Artist’s Audio Guide (some artists are not doing the audio guide)
- Special Programming – VIP Experiences
- Showcasing the finest African Diasporic Art
- Art pieces range in price from Art pieces range in price from $250 to $10 million
Technically, the platform’s superior video interface offers many cutting-edge features. To enhance the viewing experience with precision, we offer the enlarged highlight box (occurs when a visitor approaches the piece) with appropriate artwork info, as well as a magnified zoom for greater inspection capability, 3D video viewing, and narrative audio content.
Searching the galleries is intuitive, requiring only a mouse or arrow keys to navigate the online viewing rooms on desktop or touchscreen. It invites visitors to step inside the interactive 3D spaces – which are easily accessible by desktop computers, tablets, or cell phones, round the clock.
About Harlem Fine Arts Show
As the largest traveling African Diasporic art show in the United States, HFAS prides itself on its uncanny ability to bring people of all different backgrounds together to celebrate the fine arts of the African Diaspora. Inspired by the Harlem Renaissance, HFAS provides a platform African Diasporic Visionaries as well as American visual artist to exhibit and sell their artwork. The Harlem Fine Arts show has also created economic empowerment, educational opportunities and professional recognition within the multicultural community. First held in February 2010 in New York City, the Harlem Fine Arts Show has attracted more than 80,000 visitors to venues, including Martha’s Vineyard, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, White Plains, NY and New York City. Attendees include collectors, art enthusiasts, educators, students and professionals.