Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) April 03, 2014
567 Gallery, a fine art reproductions company specializing in professional framing, giclee printing services, and custom framing and matting, has announced its sponsorship of the 2014 Artexpo in New York, April 4-6. For three days, the world’s largest fine art show, Artexpo New York will return to Pier 94. Artexpo will bring the largest galleries, collectors, and publishers together to discover the latest works of established and upcoming artists.
As New York’s leading fine art reproduction company, 567 Gallery has aimed to serve the local art community. By offering fine art printing services, professional photo printing, and custom framing, the company has been able to expand to three locations to better serve their customers.
“At 567 Global, our main focus is providing the best services and products in the fine arts field. By sponsoring the Artexpo, we are helping all art-lovers—from collectors to decorators, find the most appealing art that is on the market today. This is an extremely exciting opportunity, and we can’t wait to see what type of art gets unveiled this year,” Jack Hu, founder of 567 Gallery.
Since 1979, art industry insiders have trusted the Artexpo New York to help find the cutting edge artists and artwork that will shape the trends in galleries around the world. With over 15,000 art enthusiasts, Artexpo is the largest international gathering of qualified trade buyers. This includes gallery managers and owners, architects, interior designers, art dealers, art & framing retailers, and corporate art purchasers. Highlights of the Artexpo 2014 include an appearance of HGTV’s celebrity designer, David Bromstad; a large collection of artwork by Nelson Mandela; and a VIP opening preview party.
To learn more about the 2014 Artexpo, please visit: http://goo.gl/oqZdce
About 567 Gallery
567 Gallery (formerly 567 Framing) started from a small art framing store in the East Village and has since expanded to the West Village and Brooklyn. Since 2007, 567 Gallery has served the local art community and art lovers alike.
For thirty-five years and counting, Artexpo has been changing the way people buy and sell art. The annual, juried expo brings the biggest publishers, galleries and collectors face to face with hundreds of established and emerging artists. They pride themselves on being the world’s largest fine art marketplace.