Intersect Aspen 2020

Aspen, CO—K Contemporary is honored to announce its participation in Intersect Aspen 2020, set to take place online July 22 through 26, 2020.

K Contemporary display will be centered on recontextualizing and informing the dialogue about how we experience art. This curated virtual booth has a focus on contemporary and conceptual art, as informed by historical context, while acting as a catalyst for engaging discussion about the role of contemporary art in society.

Participating artists to include: Viktor Frešo, Hunt Slonem, Daisy Patton, Suchitra Mattai, Andrew Jensdotter, Shawn Huckins, Jonathan Saiz, Trey Egan, Janna Watson, Kevin Sloan, Ken Gun Min, Doug Kacena, Melissa Furness and Mario Zoots.

Intersect Art and Design comprises three art fairs: Intersect Aspen (formerly Art Aspen), Intersect Chicago (formerly SOFA Chicago), and Intersect Palm Springs (formerly Art Palm Springs). Intersect Art and Design’s core values include working with integrity, decency, credibility, and transparency. Through art, and the diverse voices of our exhibitors and their artists, we encourage discussions that promote social awareness and foster change.

Intersect is a partnership of brothers Tim and Dirk von Gal, who are event industry veterans with more than 50 years of combined experience creating successful trade shows and conferences for business, consumer, and art industry sectors. The three fairs had been under the umbrella of Tim von Gal’s former company Urban Expositions (founded in 1995), which was acquired by Clarion in 2015. The von Gal brothers’ launch of Intersect in April 2020 brings the fairs back under their management once again. Intersect is part of vGMgt LLC, which is a team of dedicated professionals focused on customer service, integrity, and the experiential value of Intersect Art and Design.