1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "art fair"

  2. Previewing Art Cologne

    By Hendrik Hansson, @hendrikHansson


    On a gloomy, overcast Wednesday afternoon in Cologne, the European art set descended upon the city for this year’s annual Art Cologne fair. As the focus of the German art scene shifts increasingly to Berlin and the European art scene has already shifted to Basel, the devolution of influence has moved decidedly away from the Rhineland. Nevertheless, a quick glance of the list of exhibitors reveals that the art powerhouses David Zwirner, Thaddaeus Ropac, and Hauser & Wirth are not yet ready to concede their presence.

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  3. Ahead of Art Cologne’s VIP opening today, we caught up with Art Cologne Prize winner Rosemarie Schwarzwälder to talk about the early days, her artists, and elegant dinners with Rudolf Zwirner. 

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  4. When Art & Tech Meet

    Art & Tech are finally meeting this week: Can Silicon Valley moguls be turned on to collecting art? The Silicon Valley Contemporary art fair is testing the water. 

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  5. Browsing Market Art Fair

    This week marks the anticipated opening of MARKET Art Fair in Stockholm. If you’re in the region, don’t miss out on this gorgeous Scandinavian fair and especially the 39 contemporary galleries that are exhibiting simply the best selection of international works.


    Running through April 6th, the fair is held at the prominent venue, Liljevalchs Konsthall, on the picturesque island of Djurgården in central Stockholm. Browsing the fair, one can get acquainted with top galleries such as Galerie Forsblom, V1 Gallery and Galleri Flach, as well as Wetterling Gallery, a space which is celebrating 30 years in Stockholm this year (congratulations!).

    Anyone with a soft spot for large-scale installations will find bliss in the MARKET At Large section, where galleries are flaunting their major works. Here, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard is treating us to a healthy dose of Jonathan Meese, Martin Asbæk Gallery to works by Ebbe Stub Wittrup. Also, all Tony Cragg fans out there, you’re sure to get a kick out Gallery Andersson/Sandström’s display.

    On Friday evening, the art fair expands through-out Stockholm, with a gallery night filled with contemporary art openings, special events and late night opening hours - all part of Stockholm Art Week. Don’t miss it!

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  6. Spotlight on SP-Arte

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of SP-Arte,  Brazil’s high-profile international  art fair held each year at the Oscar Niemeyer-designed Biennial Pavilion in São Paulo’s Parque Ibirapuera (April 3–6).

    With galleries from Berlin to New York migrating to the Brazilian hotspot, check out what we’re looking forward to in particular. 

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  7. Stockholm Photography Week

    If you’re a photography afficionado, then you’ll be absolutely spoilt for choice during Stockholm Photography Week. A week-long celebration of photography hosted by Fotografiska in Stockholm (The Swedish Museum of Photography),the 2014 edition includes seminars and workshops as well as artist talks, exhibitions and bijou art fair PhotoMarket.

    We’re especially looking forward to the artist talk and book signing with the legendary Roger Ballen on Friday April 4, don’t miss it!

    Click through for a complete schedule of events during Stockholm Photography Week.  

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  8. Browsing Art Dubai

    “The thing about Art Dubai is that you see stuff that you wouldn’t see anywhere else,” said a regular visitor, and he’s right. While many art fairs offer experiences so similar that they all seem to blend into one, Art Dubai has developed a strong identity: it’s anchored in the UAE and the region at large and embraces the international. No small feat.

    The great and the good of the art world came in droves to the VIP opening. Collectors such as London’s Fatima and Eskander Maleki, Libyan princess Alia Al Senussi, and Saudi Abdullah Al-Turki were all spotted strolling the aisles.

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  9. Live From Art Dubai

    While many art fairs offer experiences so similar that they all seem to blend into one, Art Dubai has developed a strong identity: it’s anchored in the UAE and the region at large and embraces the international.

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  10. From Dubai to London, here’s a look at what’s hot in the arts this week. 

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  11. Highlights At TEFAF

    TEFAF, the Grand Dame of all art fairs celebrated its VIP opening last night with canapés, champagne, and swift sales. 

    Artists Anish Kapoor and Georg Baselitz, Frieze Art Fair co-director Matthew Slotover and Frieze Masters director Victoria Siddall were among the crowd sipping champagne as they browsed art, design, and jewelry collectively worth an estimated $5.54 billion

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  12. Armory, Frieze, Basel .. check out our 8 tips for buying art at an art fair.

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  13. An assortment of celebrities and art insiders got to be the first to see what’s in store at this year’s Armory Show. The lucky bunch included fashion designers Carly Cushnie and Michele Ochs, musician David Byrne, and artist KAWS. 


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  14. Philip Tinari on Curating the Armory Show’s Focus: China section

    Philip Tinari, director of Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, is trying to broaden Western perceptions of China’s contemporary art scene. “There Actually Are Other Artists in China” besides Ai Weiwei, he says.

    An Interview presented by Bottega Veneta.

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  15. The Armory Show

    Twenty years after its founding, the Armory Show is still going strong, anchoring the busiest week of the year on the New York art world’s calendar. Some of our favorite galleries gave us a sneak peek at choice pieces they’ll be hanging in their Armory Show booths .. take a look.

    Presented by Bottega Veneta

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  16. A Time For Volta

    We are delighted to be partnering with VOLTA NY, which this year returns to its SoHo sanctuary: 82MERCER. Over ninety meticulously selected galleries from five continents mount a dynamic survey of emerging and innovative contemporary artists from thirty nations. Not to be missed, VOLTA NY is an invitational show of emerging solo artists’ projects, a tightly-focused, boutique event that is a place for discovery. The strict solo format gives the New York fair its unique character, which curators and collectors often compare favorably to experiencing a series of intense studio visits.

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