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67 articles taggés "fair"
Victoria Mann, Broadening the Field of Artists and Collectors
The AKAA is a genuine ecosystem of Africa-based creation. Its founder, Victoria Mann, talks about it with a freshness that does much for the contemporary…
Victoria Siddall: Frieze Mistress
Frieze continues to fire the European art fair circuit with dynamic energy. A progress report with its director, the talented Victoria Siddall.
Frieze Plays the Star in Los Angeles
Although many a fair (like Paris Photo from 2013 to 2015) has come a cropper there, the indomitable British Frieze, with its golden touch, has now…
Appointments & Prizes
Roderick van der Lee, the New Head of Photo London
Roderick van der Lee becomes the new head of Photo London on 20 May, the day after the 2019 edition ends.
GemGeneve 2019: A Springboard Event Returns
As the second Geneva fine jewellery fair takes place, we look at the results for last year’s participants and how its founders, two dealers in precious…
A Fair Share in New York
With the TEFAF gaining more and more momentum and "stealing" exhibitors from Frieze, and with 1-54 putting down ever-firmer roots, other fairs are…
Younghee Sohn: Building Up a Market
Art Busan is incontestably South Korea's second biggest fair, despite a venue outside the capital of this highly centralised country. Its founder and…
Nanne Dekking: The Salesman
At the head of a now reunited TEFAF and his own company, Artory, Nanne Dekking is a busy man. But he found the time to answer our questions on the…
Victor Gisler, an Outsider’s Life
On the eve of a new edition of Art Basel, Victor Gisler, from the Mai 36 gallery, looks back at his career and recent trends in the art world.
Jean-Louis Rémilleux to Promote Paris's Influence
Since 2017, the television producer and collector has been one of the nine members of the "Biennale Commission" in charge of setting the main guidelines…
Biennale Paris: Heading for the Future
Rooted in reality, the Biennale has decided to forget the past and write a new chapter in its history.
District 13 Urban Art Fair: Already an Institution
The District 13 – International Art Fair returns to Drouot with a specialised selection of international galleries, establishing itself as a solid…
Hervé Bize, the Gallerist from the East
Hervé Bize, who opened his gallery in Nancy, Lorraine 30 years ago, has shown that Parisian centralism is not written in stone and that an alternative…
Anisabelle Berès-Montanari: First Woman President of the SNA
Anisabelle Berès-Montanari has just been unanimously elected head of the Syndicat national des antiquaires, a first in France in more than one respect.…
Christian Vrouyr: Ever Loyal to BRAFA
Christian Vrouyr, an Antwerp gallery owner specialising in antique carpets, has been BRAFA's General Secretary for the past fifteen years and a member…
The Templons: Contemporary Art Gallery Owners from Father to Son
At 33, Mathieu Templon joined his father's company (based in Paris) by taking over the Brussels branch. Although son and father may not always agree…
Marianne Rosenberg: Fundamentals and Determination
In the Rosenberg dynasty, the great-granddaughter is a new asset. Her entry into the gallery world (she only opened her own in New York gallery in…
Frieze: A Decided Niche in Los Angeles
The second edition of the Californian fair, held from 13 to 16 February in the Paramount Studios, confirmed the considerable potential of the first.…
ARCO Madrid: To the Tunes of Latin American Music
Sales were slow but steady at the 39 th edition of this refreshing fair focusing on Spain and Latin America.
The Armory Show Withstands the Epidemic
The coronavirus did not get the better of the 26 th edition of the New York art fair, which ran until March 8 on the quays of the Hudson River. Collectors…
Fairs and Shows: How to Watch Your Back
As the effects of the Covid-19 epidemic continue to spread, art market professionals are pinning their hopes on the cancellation cover. What do they…
The Coronavirus Disrupted This 2020 Edition – One That Featured a Wealth of Major Works, too.
The 2020 TEFAF edition will go down in history: offering both quality and quantity, it managed to save the day in an unprecedented context.
The Virtual Art Fair Takes its First Tentative Steps
Cancelled because of Covid-19, the Art Basel Hong Kong fair took place from 18 to 25 March thanks to online viewing. Though the results may not have…
The Art Market 2020: A Bit of a Mixed Bag
Despite a certain rebound, the art market has been seesawing between happy surprises and severe slumps. This is what emerges from the (fascinating)…
The Virtual Waltz of the Galleries
When the coronavirus hit, the art world went online to try and offset plummeting sales and falling numbers of visitors while taking time to reflect…
Collectors in the Covid-19 Era
Even if all the market players were to go digital to cope with the crisis created by Covid-19, the recovery of business remains highly uncertain, and…
Marie Delas: The Champion of Paris Gallery Weekend
As Paris Gallery Weekend shapes up to a 7 th edition in highly charged circumstances, we talk to Marie Delas, its new young director.
Iwan Wirth, Visionary and Human
With his wife Manuela Wirth and his acolyte Marc Payot, he is co-president of the mighty Hauser & Wirth gallery. While participating in the Art Basel…
The MCH Group in Turmoil
This year shapes up to be a particularly challenging one for the Swiss company. In the midst of restructuring, it is being targeted by investors who…
Covid-19, the Moment the Art World Was Forced to Go Digital
The COVID-19 pandemic acutely impacted art galleries traditionally reliant on physical interaction prodding them into the digital realm. As galleries…
Parcours des Mondes 2020, a Test for the Art Market
The 19 th Parcours des mondes ("Journey Through the Worlds") will take place in Paris as scheduled, but with a less international range of visitors…
Jean-Marc Lelouch: "Ceramics Are Underpriced"
As the Parcours céramique brings together 19 Paris galleries, the dealer discussed ceramics, long considered contemporary art's poor relative.
Alison Gingeras: A Female Perspective in Outsider Art
Adjunct curator at Dallas Contemporary and a guest curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami, Alison Gingeras is overseeing the exhibition…
Laurence Crespin and Frédéric Bodet: Ushering Ceramics into Modernity
The Parisian fair C-14 is truly a pioneering event—whose 2020 edition has been postponed to next year due to the health crisis—considers ceramics…
Street Artist Maye: Moving Towards a Better World...
Maye's street art makes a statement and proclaims its faith despite the constraints and uncertainties of Covid.
Hidde van Seggelen: TEFAF Online In Perspective
At the end of the famous fair's first online edition, which replaced the New York event in the fall, the Dutch president of the Foundation, who is…
Mini-Fairs Are Thriving During the Health Crisis
The paralysis affecting big events is encouraging some gallery owners to launch their own projects: a fitting approach fostering a return to the local…
The End of the Issenheim Altarpiece’s Restoration is in Sight
The last stage of the Issenheim altarpiece’s restoration is underway, but the results are already stunning. More than ever, they reveal Grünewald as…
The Salon du Dessin and Drawing Now Art Fair Come Together
Two French fairs are joining forces to boost their impact on a market yearning for a return to normality.
The Outsider Art Fair Awakens New York
Despite the pandemic, the event dedicated to self-taught artists, Art Brut and Outsider Art has decided that the show must go on.
Art Market Overview: Digital Overtakes Fairs
The Artsy digital platform’s Artsy Gallery Insights 2021 Report confirms that in 2020 social media took third place, usually held by in-person fairs,…
FIAC Goes Online
The Paris contemporary art fair has released the list of participants in its first Online Viewing Rooms from March 2 to 7 (the first two days are reserved…
BRAFA in the Galleries: A Satisfying Edition
In a climate that is uncertain, to say the least, BRAFA has signed off on a successful 66th edition. Though there was no miracle formula for the Brussels…
The FIAC Online Viewing Rooms
The FIAC is the last fair to launch its digital version, with a very convincing preview. Stay tuned...
The Highly Exclusive St. Moritz
Lying in the Upper Engadine at an altitude of 1,856 m, the village of St. Moritz becomes a holiday home for many collectors each winter.
Art Dubai: Fairs Are Starting Up Again
The Emirates are hosting one of the first physical fairs of the year.
RIP Biennale, Welcome Ex.Paris
Don't forget the lavish decorations by Pizzi, Wilmotte, Graf and Grange, September’s warmth under the glass roof of the light- drenched Grand Palais…
The Art Market by UBS and Art Basel: 2020 Could Have Been Worse
A big drop, it's true, but not a collapse. The art market seems to have held up reasonably well in the face of Covid 19, according to The Art Market…
Appointments & Prizes
Jaya Asokan, the New Head of India Art Fair
New Delhi’s modern and contemporary art fair has just announced the appointment of Jaya Asokan as its new director. She takes over from Jagdip Jagpal…
Menart Art Fair Makes the Middle East Shine
The Middle East and North Africa now have their own international fair. Laure d’Hauteville, founder and director of the Beirut Art Fair , has just…
Dr. Shwetal A. Patel: Establishing the “People’s Biennale” in Kerala, India
We spoke with Dr. Shwetal A. Patel, a founding team member of India’s first visual arts biennial, Kochi-Muziris Biennale, about the upcoming iteration…
Anticipating EX.Paris, the New Parisian Art Fair
Co-organized with the Syndicat National des Antiquaires, the ambitious event planned for November aims to mix traders, high-end jewelry and "haute…
Art Basel Hong Kong: A Hybrid Format
After an absence of over two years because of the pandemic, Art Basel is making a comeback in Hong Kong.
Art Market Overview: Louise Bourgeois, Frieze's Queen
Frieze New York has just ended, and initial figures for the works sold are already circulating. Louise Bourgeois made the headlines within a few hours…
Art Brussels Week: A Fair Without the Fair
Fairs are still off the agenda in Belgium, so Art Brussels Week 2021 had to reinvent itself and design a new format at the last minute.
Bourgogne Tribal Show: Far from the Teeming Crowds
The fifth edition of the Bourgogne Tribal Show will take place from June 24 to 27 in Besanceuil, near Cluny in Saône-et-Loire.
The Salon du Dessin Returns to Paris
One of the art world’s leading events is making an eagerly awaited comeback and celebrating its 30 th anniversary at the Palais Brongniart.
Go Monaco! MAW and Artmonte-Carlo Coincide
Originally set for April 30 to May 3, Monaco Art Week (MAW) is taking place from July 13 to 18, overlapping with artmonte-carlo, which will be at the…
Salon du Dessin: An Unexpected Comeback
Collectors and curators alike came in droves to browse the event’s 33 booths.
Paris: A September Jammed Packed with Art Fairs and Shows
September will be packed with an unprecedented concentration of fairs and shows, starting with Art Basel, whose parent event has been postponed until…
Art Paris Is First In Line
Art Paris is opening the art fair season in France, attracting a rising number of galleries.
Parcours des Mondes Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary in Paris
An open-air art fair dedicated to Non-Western arts, which has become a major event since its creation in 2002, Parcours des Mondes is celebrating its…
Fresh Faces and Innovation for the 14th Edition of Brussels Gallery Weekend
One thing is clear for the fourteenth edition of Brussels Gallery Weekend, from 9 to 12 September: more and more dealers are setting up shop in the…
Nazy Vassegh: Reinventing the Traditional Art Fair with Eye of the Collector
We spoke to Nazy Vassegh in advance of the opening of the inaugural Eye of the Collector at the historic Two Temple Place in the middle of London.…
An International Rare Book Fair: Beautiful Books on the Champ-de-Mars, in Paris
In association with objets d’art experts, the 33rd Paris Rare Book Fair promises to whet our curiosity—a welcome antidote to the ongoing health crisis.…
Against All Odds, Art Basel Will Take Place
Following Art Paris , Photo London and the Armory Show, it is Art Basel’s turn to return to the fray from September 23 - 26.
Success for Inaugural Edition of Eye of the Collector
We visited the Eye of the Collector’s inaugural edition at Two Temple Place in the heart of London (September 8-11). Immersed in 6,000 years of art…
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