Gallery-Style Exhibition Space

Art Santa Fe is a juried show with an Exhibitor Committee consisting of four individuals with outstanding reputations in publishing and artist development. Strict hanging guidelines, aesthetics, and attention to detail will be enforced, providing a streamlined, crisp, and clean venue for gallery owners, designers, architects, and collectors to enjoy.

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Art Santa Fe is the place to be from July 13–16, 2017. Taking place in one of the country’s top arts destinations—a city with more than 250 art galleries and museums that’s revered for its appreciation of the visual arts—Art Santa Fe is a juried art show located in the gorgeous Santa Fe Community Convention Center. Join us for a four-day fine art experience, featuring an international slate of artists and galleries, music, entertainment, special programming, and other don’t-miss events.

Types of Art

A wide array of media is on display at Art Santa Fe, including paintings, photography, sculpture, glassworks, and more. We do not accept jewelry, tapestries, or any sort of arts and craft works.


Taking place at the beautiful Santa Fe Community Convention Center in the heart of the city, Art Santa Fe welcomes its esteemed exhibitors and attendees to a beautiful gallery-style venue. Built in 2008, the Convention Center stays true to Santa Fe’s historic adobe architecture and combines the best of old and new, with traditional Navajo rugs, Spanish colonial tin accents, and carved furniture accent pieces made by local artisans throughout the building.

Jury Process

Our Exhibitor Committee consists of four art industry professionals with outstanding reputations in publishing and artist development. To be considered for participation in Art Santa Fe, you must have previous experience working with galleries and trade buyers. All exhibiting companies will be required to submit a portfolio or website for review. Upon acceptance from the Exhibitor Committee, a booth location will be assigned (normally within three days).


For a full floor plan featuring booth options and pricing, please click below.


Download the Art Santa Fe exhibitor prospectus for full details on our marketing plan, floor plan, schedule, and everything you need to know as an exhibitor.


If you feel your artwork would be a good fit for Art Santa Fe, please submit your application here.


  • 10’ high white hard walls
  • Furniture package – table, 2 chairs, wastebasket
  • Booth signage
  • Exhibitor directory listing in the Show Catalog
  • VIP Passes for opening night
  • Unlimited Guest Passes for daily entry
  • Artwork featured on Art Santa Fe website

Strict hanging guidelines, aesthetics, and attention to detail will be enforced, providing a streamlined, clutter-free venue for gallery owners, designers, architects, and collectors to enjoy.

Santa Fe Art Trifecta


Trifecta is an extraordinary alliance between three highly original arts organizations: Art Santa Fe, a Spectrum contemporary art show; the International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe, an annual event by the International Folk Art Alliance; and SITE Santa Fe, a contemporary art center designed for the production and presentation of artistic and curatorial innovation. In a city globally known for its depth and quality of art, the Santa Fe Art Trifecta stands out as the city’s most memorable collection of art events all summer.

Art Santa Fe is an internationally recognized art show offering an exceptional overview of contemporary and modern art from the finest galleries in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Highlights of last summer’s 15th anniversary celebration included Takashi Inaba’s PUZZLE PROJECT installation, consisting of individual puzzle piece-shaped canvases made from different artists all over the world; “Do Books Matter,” a presentation on publishing art books by David Chickey, founder of Radius Books; a showcase of Cuban art, featuring Miami gallery Conde Contemporary; and a keynote speech by Don Bacigalupi, founding president of the exciting new Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago.

The International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe is a colorful, cultural outdoor gathering presented annually by the International Folk Art Alliance. It is the largest market of its kind, during which 20,000 people come to meet the artists, enjoy traditional food and music, and buy cultural treasures, knowing that the money the artists bring home will do great things for their families and communities. Last year’s 12th annual event brought over 150 master artists from 57 countries to Santa Fe to exhibit and sell their remarkable handmade art.

SITE Santa Fe celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2015 by producing 20 Years/20 Shows, a yearlong series of exhibitions commemorating SITE’s dynamic exhibition history. The series showcased new works from 20 artists who had previously exhibited at SITE. The summer portion of the series featured a collaborative project by Janine Antoni with choreographer Stephen Petronio, an installation by Amy Cutler with musician Emily Wells, an installation by Ann Hamilton, a new work by Harmony Hammond in conversation with works by sculptor Francis Cape, and an installation by Dario Robleto in collaboration with sound historian Patrick Feaster and Lance Ledbetter of Dust-to-Digital Records.

Santa Fe is one of America’s most art-centered cities, recognized for its vibrant galleries, well-known resident artists, and inspiring light and surroundings. A town of only 82,000 people, Santa Fe boasts over 250 galleries and is historically, culturally, and creatively defined by its commitment to artistic exploration. Santa Fe is ranked as the third largest art market in the country and is a top travel destination due to its tradition of refined hospitality, sophisticated relaxation, outstanding dining, and richly varied summer events calendar.

For news about Art Santa Fe, please visit us on facebook or website, or call us at 831-747-0112.

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Santa Fe, NM 87501

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