Will Yaya and Artmosphere Join SCOPE New York 2020
This March, New York will be hosting one of the most anticipated art events for the 20th time. SCOPE New York is back and ready to rock the world of contemporary art with its remarkable selection of 60 trailblazing exhibitors. Another great piece of news is that the amazing artist Will Yaya and his art magazine Artmosphere have joined the prestigious art fair as official media partners.
SCOPE New York 2020
On March 5–8, SCOPE New York 2020 is coming to Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea with an updated program of the art show. Being the new version of itself, the fair will present the venue crammed with the works by the most talented emerging and mid-career artists, brought to New York by nearly 60 galleries from all corners of the world. Along with the groundbreaking contemporary art, SCOPE will feature a series of special talks and events.
Will Yaya and Artmosphere
Since SCOPE New York is all about an innovative way of creating and presenting art, it is no wonder that Will Yaya and Artmosphere have joined the fair. Will Yaya is a Barcelona-based sculptor, designer, gallery owner, and also a creative director at Qatar International Art Festival, who received Golden Art Award for High Quality Creative Level last year. Together with his brother Alexander, Will Yaya publishes Artmosphere, an art magazine that has become an official media partner for SCOPE.
Artmosphere pays tribute to the art community in all of its forms. It comes across as the receptacle of mixed ideas, perspectives toward art, and various concepts that broaden the cultural horizon of contemporary art. It also provides a place for the artists, partners, and creative community to share their talents and expertise.
It is also worth noting that at SCOPE New York, Will Yaya will present his new admirable sculptures made of metal and recycling materials. If you have a chance, take your time to visit the show and Artmosphere booth in particular to enjoy Yaya’s amazing works.
Originally published at https://300magazine.com.