2. The New York International Tribal and Textile Arts Show -In 2007, Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times critic Holland Cotter wrote of the New York International Tribal and Textile Show, “, "...when something is hot at this fair, the most beautiful one in New York, it
Featuring more than 60 international specialists in textiles and cultural objects from Tribal civilizations across the millennia and around the globe, the show employs its emphasis on textiles to provide museum curators, collectors and connoisseurs not just the most important works to appear in any marketplace, but a setting exceptionally well suited to their appreciation.
The show is scheduled annually to coincide with major ethnographic auctions in New York and is a fixture on the calendars of the world’s principal galleries and collectors.
The Arts of Pacific Asia Show takes place during the major Asian auctions at Sotheby’s, Christies, Phillips, and Doyles, and major gallery shows now adding to the luster of the most vibrant Asian art market in the world.
Collectors, major museum curators and connoisseurs are the core of Asia Week buyers, and the show’s more than 70 exhibitors gather from Asia, Europe, the UK and across America to make this rigorously vetted event the most respected Asian art fair in the world.