NEW YORK — One of the country's oldest fine art trade shows will offer works from emerging and established artists from around the globe.
Artexpo New York opens Thursday at Pier 92 in Manhattan and runs through Sunday.
Organizers said the 34th annual event will showcase more than 1,000 artists and 250 exhibitors.
Last year, Artexpo drew 15,000 people. The show offers collectors a chance to buy works by mid-career artists, with prices raning from $500 to $100,000.
Kristen Naugle of Nixa will be unveiling a series of photos embellished with crushed antique vintage glass.
The show also includes mother-son artists Linda and Theodore Shinkle of Birmingham, Mich. They developed a process of printing photographs onto sheets of metal.
Past artists who've exhibited at Artexpo include Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Robert Rauschenberg.