World Art Vision is a curated art fair for international independent artists. Collectors, art enthusiasts and artists participate in a rich calendar of collateral events organized for a culturally relevant public audience. The cultural part is fundamental for WAV that is not organized just to sell, but to show and meet the artists, to making the visitor experience interactive and exciting.
World Art Vision has now displayed high-quality art in prestigious locations: the Cancun Center, Mexico, in 2008, located in the heart of Cancun’s hotel zone; the Real Círculo Artístico of Barcelona, in 2011, in the most visited area of Spain, the Barrio Gotico; the Cultural Center La Vaguada, in Madrid, Spain in 2014.
WAV is coming to Miami during ART BASEL WEEK this December
In collaboration with Art Fusion Galleries, WAV is offering a 15 day show during ART BASEL MIAMI – 1st December – 15th December 2016
for further information to participate
WAV will be a vital source for all visitors, art professionals and fans
who will discover new developments in the world of contemporary art
Exhibitions are enriched by a successful vernissage with critics, journalists and important local personalities present and by a series of collateral events: lectures, concerts and artists and critics meeting the public.
WAV will be a vital source for all visitors, art professionals and fans, who will discover new developments in the world of contemporary art and artworks from across the globe. Mid-career and emerging artists can expose together.
Exchange cultural ideas.
Discover contemporary art.
Enrich meaningful connections.
The Mexican edition of WAV in 2008 paid tribute to Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera welcoming “los fridos” Arturo Garcia Bustos and Arturo Estrada, assistants and talented artists Frida Kahlo and Rina Lazo original artist and assistant to Diego Rivera. And a short film directed by Iranian artist Danish Saroee documenting a conversation between Rina Lazo, Arturo Garcia Bustos, Arturo Estrada and Gregorio Luke, a recognized expert in the art of Latin America, was shown in the second edition of WAV in Barcelona.