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In The News


Capacity Turnout Celebrates the Launch of HFAF 2014

hfaf 14 launch partySource: Press Release | June 5, 2014
On Thursday, May 29, 2014, an ebullient and packed turnout of over 300 of Houston’s most renowned and respected art collectors, patrons, philanthropists and civic and business leaders converged at the elegant Asia Society Texas Center to celebrate the launch of HFAF 2014…continue

Houston Fine Art Fair Launch Wows at Asia Society

hfaf launch partySource: Houston Chronicle | June 4, 2014
The Houston Fine Art Fair and its 2014 steering committee hosted a launch party at Asia Society Texas Center on Thursday night. Over wine and hors d’oeuvres, some 300 art-smart attendees, including top local collectors and patrons, heard announcements regarding plans for the fourth-annual fair taking place September 18-21 at Reliant Center…continue

Celebrating Local Artists, HFAF Patrons Get Running Start on September Fest

art fair launch partySource: Culture Map Houston | June 4, 2014
If the turnout for the Houston Fine Art Fair launch party is any indication, the Sept. 18-21 extravaganza at NRG Center should be a roaring success. Close to 300 art enthusiasts gathered at Asia Society Texas Center for the cocktail reception that featured formal announcement of the HFAF Hall of Fame honorees…continue

Top Artists Named to HFAF’s first-ever Hall of Fame

houston-fine-art-launch-partySource: Culture Map Houston | May 30, 2014
When coming up with a Hall of Fame list for this fall’s Houston Fine Art Fair, curator Patricia Covo Johnson had the difficult task of narrowing the honorees down to fewer than 20.Not that she’s complaining, though. A wealth of talent is always a good thing…continue