The 6th Annual GFAA Award Ceremony and Gala
Congratulations to all 99 Nominees!
The GFAA program conducts extensive year-round research of curated exhibitions and installations across the globe, designating awards for group and themed exhibitions, as well as awards for solo artist shows. The culmination of this process will take place on Monday, May 11, 2020 in celebration of all GFAA Nominees and the presentation of the Winners of the 2019 Global Fine Art Awards. The black-tie celebration, co-hosted by the Italian Consul will be held at the Italian Consulate on Park Avenue and 69th St in NYC.
In addition to the evening’s celebration, GFAA VIPs (GFAA Gold and Platinum members), are invited to attend the Private Tour and Lunch at TEFAF on Tuesday, May 12 2020 (noon to 2:00 pm) at the Park Avenue Armory, NYC. This event is exclusively for GFAA Gold and Platinum members.
This event strengthens the tie between the GFAA program, art fairs and galleries showcasing top artists, and is hosted by GFAA Founder Judy Holm and the GFAA Executive Committee. Lunch will be presided over by Ms. Holm and other GFAA Executive Committee members, with a personal welcome from TEFAF Senior Team members. Guests will then be guided by Mr. Trippi, Editor in Chief of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine and GFAA Executive Committee, GFAA Judge Emeritus, on a private tour of featured works at the preeminent modern and contemporary art fair in NYC.
Where else can one learn expert insider’s insights about art works connected to the GFAA nominees and get introduced to top art world luminaries from around the globe? Please support GFAA and join us for this momentous celebration on May 11 and May 12, 2020. LINK HERE
Last year, many prominent guests attended the Award Ceremony including:
Art world luminaries also supporting GFAA include:
GFAA Judges selected thirteen Winners that were revealed during the award ceremony– one in each of the following categories: Contemporary and Post-War- solo artist; Contemporary and Post-War- group or theme; Impressionist and Modern- solo artist; Impressionist and Modern- group or theme; Renaissance, Baroque, Old Masters and Dynasties- solo artist; Renaissance, Baroque, Old Masters and Dynasties- group or theme; Ancient Art; Photography; Design; Fringe; Public Art, and the new awards that premiered last year – Global Planet and Global Humanity. Youniversal, and YOU-2 are the two final awards, are given to the most popular nominees, and are selected by public voting on the GFAA website and social media.
In continuing GFAA’s recognition of social issues addressed by many artists and institutions, and in addition to the two newest awards – Global Planet and Global Humanity, GFAA also highlighted six Global Artists to distinguish the lifetime body of work of these legendary artists.
ART MEDIA Holdings (Art in America, ARTnews Magazine, The Magazine ANTIQUES and MODERN), The Armory Show, Alserkal Avenue (Dubai), American Alliance of Museums (AAM), Art Table, Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD), De la Cruz Collection (Miami), DSL Collection (Paris), Edward Tyler Nahem Gallery, Family Office Elite magazine, Fine Art Connoisseur magazine, Fractured Atlas, Galerie Lelong & Co., Gladstone Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, Leighton House Museum (London), Mapme, Marlborough Gallery, Masterpiece London, National Arts Club, Onassis Foundation USA, PACE Gallery, Traveling Exhibits Network, Vastari, White Rabbit Collection (Sydney)
The 2019 GFAA Jury is comprised of these highly-esteemed art professionals:
GFAA Research and Nominating Committee
GFAA is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purpose of GFAA must be payable to “Fractured Atlas” only. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)(3) public charity, provides a fiscal sponsorship program to help arts organizations raise money from charitable sources.
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