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Art editor Joshua Rose brings expertise to Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week

Posted 6/5/24

Distinguished art editor, renowned artist and culture connoisseur Joshua Rose will serve as a consultant for Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week, March 20-23, 2025.

The 3-day international modern and …

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Art editor Joshua Rose brings expertise to Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week


Distinguished art editor, renowned artist and culture connoisseur, Joshua Rose, will serve as a consultant for Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week, March 20–23, 2025.

The three-day international modern and contemporary art fair will include collaborations with institutions, galleries, artists, prominent collectors and off-site VIP events.

Currently residing in the arts hub of Santa Fe, N.M., Rose grew up in Tempe and spent the majority of his life in the Phoenix area.

After attending the University of Minnesota where he studied literature and philosophy, Rose pursued a master’s degree in the art and poetry of William Blake from the University College of North Wales, Bangor.

Much of Rose’s career has been spent with International Artist Publishing, serving as editor for American Art Collector, Western Art Collector, American Fine Art and Native American Art magazines.

He has delivered lectures and facilitated panel discussions at esteemed art fairs, including the Hamptons Fine Art Fair, San Francisco Art Fair, LA Art Show, and Boston International Fine Art Show. He’s presented at distinguished museums — the Autry Museum of the American West, Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West, Booth Western Art Museum, Harwood Museum of Art, The Briscoe Western Art Museum, and Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.

His abilities have been sought after by organizations such as the Oil Painters of America, Cowboy Artists of America, American Impressionist Society, The International Guild of Realism, Cowgirl Up, Artists for Conservation, and The Society of Animal Artists.

After stepping away from International Artist Publishing, Rose took on the role of senior vice president at the Santa Fe Art Auction as a fine art specialist.

Most recently in July 2023, Rose fulfilled one of his dreams by launching Rose Creative, a full-service marketing, publicity and creative agency that places focus on the art market across the Southwest.

“I am thrilled and honored to join this distinguished team and we embark on this three day massive arts fair which will bring art galleries around the country, auction houses, internationally renowned artists, collectors and a fantastic network of museums and cultural institutions to Scottsdale in late March next year,” said Joshua Rose.

He added that this international art fair will come at an ideal time during Scottsdale’s prime tourist season.

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

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