Have fairs and biennials fallen out of step? The Art Newspaper


The Art Newspaper notes an unusual trend in the contemporary art world. Young artists from established countries like America are receiving less and less attention at biennials.

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Hong Kong art fair ART HK 12: Final day sales figures


On the final day of the ART HK 12, Art Radar journalists were canvassing galleries and asking dealers about their fair experience. We have some of the details from these sales below.

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ART HK 12: Sales figures days 1 and 2


For days one and two of ART HK 12, Art Radar had reporters on the ground interviewing galleries about their experience at the fair. Here are a few of the sales figures we have heard so far.

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What went for how much at Art Beijing 2012? Red dot round up


Art Beijing 2012 ran for three days from 30 April to 2 May. Art Radar stopped by the fair on the final afternoon and went hunting for red dots. Here are some of the works that sold.

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ART HK 11 Hong Kong art fair: Gallery sales – ART FUTURES and ASIA ONE sections


We move away from reporting on the “blue-chip” sales at ART HK 11 and take a closer look at what was happening in the new ASIA ONE and ART FUTURES sections of the fair.

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Hong Kong art fair ART HK 11: Past ART HK editions coverage – compare and contrast


We step back into time to take a look at (and list) all our coverage of past ART HK’s, from 2008 to the lead up to this week’s event.

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Gallery shake-out expected in Hong Kong in 2011


Unnamed sources from several local art galleries in Hong Kong have mentioned that business is difficult and they are considering their options for next year. Particularly affected are new and themed galleries. Hong Kong currently has over eighty galleries.

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