Intersect Aspen 2022 returns for its second year in person with 31 galleries from 21 cities
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Intersect Aspen 2022 returns for its second year in person with 31 galleries from 21 cities
Mara De Luca, Western Sun, 2021. Mixed media on canvas, 60 in (152.5 cm) dia. Photo: Courtesy TOTAH.

ASPEN, CO.- Intersect Art and Design announces the second in-person edition of Intersect Aspen, an art fair taking place at the Aspen Ice Garden from July 31 through August 4, 2022, bringing together a dynamic mix of modern and contemporary art and design galleries, activated by timely and original programming.

The Fair will include 31 galleries from 21 cities around the globe, and will be open to the public daily, July 31 through August 4, from 11am to 5pm. The Fair will also be presented online at from July 31 through August 31.

Becca Hoffman, Managing Director of Intersect Art and Design says, “There’s nothing like Aspen, especially in the summertime. On the heels of our successful inaugural 2021 Aspen Fair, we’re delighted to return for our next edition, bringing together a dynamic mix of galleries, cultural partners, curators, artists, and collectors. The response we’ve received from the local and regional community, as well as the national and global art world, has been resounding. We are very much looking forward to gathering together this summer in the mountains.”

Tim von Gal, CEO of Intersect Art and Design adds, “We look forward to presenting Intersect Aspen again this summer, and welcome the return of many exhibitors, artists, partners, and patrons who made our pop-up event such a success last year. We can’t wait to get back to the mountains.”

Paul Laster, Curatorial Advisor for Intersect Art and Design, says, “In its second year in-person, Intersect Aspen, with its incredibly art-savvy audience of collectors and art enthusiasts, offers a high-level yet intimately scaled hub for new discoveries. Exhibitors are excited to return, and to showcase art and artists they are bringing specifically for this uniquely situated Fair.”

Intersect Aspen will open with a VIP Preview Brunch on Sunday, July 31 from 10am to 11am, followed by a public opening at 11am and a Kick-Off Kick-Ass Tour led by artist Marc Dennis at 11:30am. Throughout the run of the Fair, the popular Aspen food truck Gerb’s Grub will be onsite. A daily happy hour will feature specialty cocktails from Doña Vega Mezcal.

On Thursday, August 4 at The Red Brick Center for the Arts, there will be a Mid-Summer Cultural Celebration in partnership with Intersect Aspen and the Aspen Chamber Resort Association. Intersect Aspen will continue its partnerships with Aspen Film and the Aspen Art Museum, with programming to be announced. Anderson Ranch Arts Center will bring its Anderson Ranch Editions program to the Fair, curated specifically for Intersect Aspen.

A robust VIP program offers home tours with such art collectors in Aspen as Jorge M. Perez, and Barbara and Bruce Berger. Additionally, on the evening of Saturday, July 30, there will be a VIP Welcome Party for Intersect Aspen with AIG and Christie’s at Christie’s Aspen. VIP passes are available for purchase on the Fair’s website.

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