FAIRS

Relax, and sit back in your armchair as we travel the world for you, sharing the latest and greatest highlights of art fairs around the globe

Lisa Reihana, Te Wai Ngunguru – Nomads of the Sea, 2019. Installation view for the 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020), Cockatoo Island. Originally co-commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation and Creative New Zealand, Nga Aho Whakaari, Te Taura Whiri Maori Language Commission and Jan Warburton Charitable Trust. Co-produced by Artprojects and Reihanamations Ltd. Presented at the 22nd Biennale of Sydney with generous support from Creative New Zealand and Penelope Seidler AM. Courtesy the artist and Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert, Sydney. Photograph: Alex Robinson

THE 22ND BIENNALE OF SYDNEY

The Biennale of Sydney returns for its 22nd edition under the artistic direction of Indigenous Australian artist, Brook Andrew. Titled NIRIN, the biennale showcases a diverse range of contemporary artworks across six…

Alun Be, OUT OF WATER - Evol Series, 2019. Courtesy LouiSimone Guirandou Gallery

HIGHLIGHTS OF 1-54 MARRAKECH

1-54 Marrakech art fair is dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and Europe. This year the fair brings together a diverse set of perspectives from around the world and has carefully selected…

Carlo Bossoli (Lugano 1815 – Turin 1884), The cathedral of Palermo, 1845. Tempera on paper, 59 × 89 cm

LONDON ART WEEK 2020

London Art Week aims to offer the very best paintings, drawings, sculpture and objects dating from Antiquity to the Twenty-First Century. This summer, London Art Week has launched a new online platform,…

Gil Heitor Cortesão, The Crossing #6, 2019. Oil on plexiglas, 72 × 177 cm

PARIS GALLERY WEEKEND 2020

Paris Gallery Weekend promotes a unique way to experience art, carefully drawing routes from one gallery to the other, embedded in the city’s different areas. It invites collectors and amateurs alike to…

Yinka Shonibare CBE, ‘Planets in my Head, Young Geologist’, 2019. Fibreglass mannequin, Dutch wax printed cotton textile, globe, brass, steel base plate, tripod and theodolite, 120 x 107 x 73 cm

ART BASEL 2020

The second edition of Art Basel’s Online Viewing Rooms features an international lineup of 279 leading galleries from 35 countries and territories. This edition provides an extensive overview of the diverse art…

Stevens Vaughn, Como tinte que fluye, 2015. Canson paper and mixture of organic Chinese and German inks, Acrylics, 140 × 180 cm

CHILE CONTEMPORARY ART 2020

Chile Contemporary Art is driven by the desire to promote the projection of the visual arts, generate a national and international showcase for local artists, in addition to positioning Chilean art in…

Dox Thrash, One Horse Farmer, ca. 1944-48. Carborundum mezzotint, 15.1 × 22.5 cm

IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair

The IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair is a non-profit association representing a vetted community of 150 galleries and publishers of contemporary editions in 12 countries. Originally scheduled to be held at the…

Bae Bien-U, snm5a-015h, 2014. C-print mounted on plexiglass, 135 x 260 cm

ART BRUSSELS 2020

Art Brussels had assembled an exceptional 38th edition this year with a strong selection of Belgian and international galleries, however the fair is postponed until April 2021. For this year, Art Brussels…

Floto + Warner, The Auras, Purple 10, 2017, 2017. Digital C-print, 76 × 50 cm. A. Galerie

ART PARIS 2020

Art Paris brings together some 150 galleries from twenty different countries in an art fair that combines a regional exploration of European art from the post-war period to the present day with…

Adrian Balseca, The Skin of Labour, 2016. Digital print of Ilford paper, 27 × 36 cm. Editions 3-5 of 5 + 1 AP

ARCOLISBOA 2020 – HIGHLIGHTS

The digital version of Arcolisboa continues for the third week in a row, here are some highlights of the fair. CRISTINA GUERRA CONTEMPORARY Inaugurated in 2001, the gallery is run by Cristina…

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