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Featured Events

View exhibitions, virtual tours, artist spotlights, art fair previews, and more from our participating museums, galleries, private dealers and nonprofits.

Boren Banner Series: Samantha Wall

Date: April 10 – October 6
Exhibition courtesy of Frye Art Museum

Alanna Airitam: Black Diamonds

Date: April 13 – June 22
Exhibition courtesy of Etherton Gallery

Featured Listings

Amos Eno Gallery

Amos Eno Gallery is a nonprofit arts center, providing a full and active season of exhibits by emerging and mid-career visual artists, complemented by a diverse and challenging series of […]

Etherton Gallery

About the gallery: Since 1981, Etherton Gallery has showcased the icons of the history of photography as well as the contemporary artists changing its course. Our exhibitions highlight the most […]

Harvard Art Museums

About the Harvard Art Museums The Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge have one of the largest and most renowned collections of art in the United States, and invites visitors to […]

Frye Art Museum

Located on Seattle’s First Hill, the Frye Art Museum first opened its doors in 1952 as the legacy of Charles and Emma Frye, prominent early-twentieth-century Seattle business leaders and art […]

Woodward Gallery

Woodward Gallery has been sharing art in the community through public exhibitions since 1994. Their mission remains steadfast: to promote gallery artists and to enhance private collections through their vast national […]

The Center for Figurative Painting

The Center for Figurative Painting was formed to provide public exhibition and display of Post-War American Representational painting for the general public, artists and educators in an effort to further […]

40 Years with
Art in America!

Since 1982, the Art in America Guide has been the most comprehensive national printed directory of galleries, art dealers, consultants, museums, and nonprofit art spaces available.

Our 40th anniversary edition marks our final edition of the print publication. We’re taking the momentum of this historic milestone to evolve our digital platform. Looking ahead, the Art in America Guide will be a more interactive resource for the art industry and our engaged community of museums, galleries, art schools, nonprofits, and art dealers that have been part of the Art in America Guide for decades. More on that soon!

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