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America’s Most Captivating New Art Fair Coming March 2025

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) – Seeking to take its place among the nation’s great art events and being announced one year from its inaugural date, Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week, will be an event like no other including art from more than 120 galleries, daily fashion shows, cultural performances, sculptural installations, and other innovative programming. Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week will also have a plethora of collaborations with institutions, galleries, artists, prominent collectors, and off-site VIP events. That’s just a sample of what guests will experience March 20-23, 2025 at WestWorld of Scottsdale.

The art fair and related elements will take place in the same dynamic 120,000 square foot building that houses the world-famous Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction and the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show.

The event is co-owned by a who’s who in the Scottsdale area. It includes Trey Brennen, owner of T.H. Brennen Fine Art, a cornerstone gallery in Old Town Scottsdale; Jason Rose, Scottsdale entrepreneur who owns an Arizona public relations firm, The Scottsdale Polo Championships, and Quixote Productions (which produces musicals around the country); Cities West Media which owns PHOENIX Magazine and Phoenix Home & Garden; Anita Lang, Arizona’s most awarded interior designer; Mark Candelaria, owner of Candelaria Design and Arizona’s most prolific architect of high end homes in the Scottsdale area; Emilie Dietrich, owner of RAYMAR Fine Art Panels and the RAYMAR Studio; and Danny Sharaby, Tickets Unlimited founder and Arizona Arts Commission member. Logan Browning, an arts advisor with a notable stint at Hindman, is serving as the event’s Chief Creative Consultant.

Scottsdale, one of America’s most affluent cities, has a vibrant arts scene rich in cultural history. Put on the map by Elaine Horwitch, art dealer and gallerist responsible for launching the careers of many notable contemporary artists in the Southwest, Scottsdale and the greater Phoenix area are home to a plethora of contemporary and western art galleries, auction houses, internationally renowned artists, collectors and a fantastic network of museums and cultural institutions. Yet, despite this art scene, and prominence as a luxury community, the city has not previously featured a confluence of culture. Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week will attract art patrons from around the world, to the heart of Arizona during the height of tourist season when the region's many 5 Star Resorts are awash in visitors due to idyllic weather and Major League Baseball's Spring Training.

“Scottsdale has exploded in popularity over the past few years. It is the wealth of the west in many ways especially during the heart of spring training here when our inaugural event will take place in 2025,” said Brennen who conceived the event after attending an art fair in the Hamptons last summer.

The primary location for Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week is a renowned Scottsdale venue, WestWorld of Scottsdale, a nationally recognized event facility with a breathtaking backdrop of the McDowell Mountains, just off the prominent 101 Freeway with ample parking.

“We are very selective when it comes to the events we sponsor and the use of our brand. When we were presented with this ambitious and compelling concept, we welcomed the opportunity to be the title sponsor and join this excellent team of business leaders, art aficionados, and visionaries to bring yet another signature event to Scottsdale,” said Scottsdale Ferrari General Manager Chad Morgan.

Rose, a frequent attendee of Art Basel, Frieze, and other art shows around the world said, “Scottsdale’s thriving arts scene has long been a nationally recognized point of pride. Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week is intended to bring as many of these great elements together so the world can experience the area’s compelling and diverse artistic expressions in a new and dynamic way.”  

“As soon as we heard the concept behind Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week we didn’t want to just help, we wanted to invest. This is an incredible, and very wealthy market in waiting for something like this. After all we have the biggest golf tournament, car auction, Arabian Horse Show, and best spring training in America, why not a new art event with the same ambition?” said President of Cities West Media Brett Wilson, speaking of his company’s decision to not only invest but provide promotional assets for the show.

Additional event details, including gallery applications, can be found at www.ScottsdaleArtWeek.Com.

Tickets will go on sale to the public in September 2024 with additional partnerships and programs announced leading up to the fair.

Interested media are asked to contact Jennifer Parks-Sturgeon at or call (480) 495-3806.

For general inquiries contact or call (480) 423-1414. For exhibitor application questions please contact Trey Brennen at