Gallery-less art fairs: Asia’s next big art marketing format?


In Asia, artist-led fairs and gallery-less exhibition formats might fill a grassroots niche for young artists. Do they increase creative freedom or weaken institutional support?

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Delhi’s artist-led United Art Fair opposes ‘monopolised aesthetic’


The artist-centred United Art Fair, which aims to move away from the “monopolisation of aesthetics” by mainstream art, will feature 520 emerging and established Indian artists selected from 1,850 entries.

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“Boutique” Abu Dhabi art fair welcomes 6 new Asian galleries


Abu Dhabi Art recently announced the participating galleries for its fourth edition, set to run from 7 to 10 November 2012. This year, six new galleries from Asia have been added to the exhibitor list.

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Art Jog ’12: Fresh contemporary art makes for meaningful Indonesian fair


Organisers of the 2012 edition of Art Jog hope to stand out on the now-crowded Asian art fair calendar with their focus on emerging practitioners and an artist-centred exhibition format.

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Art Fair Tokyo expands venue in 2012


Art Fair Tokyo has announced that it will be expanding its venue in 2012, using all of the available space in the Tokyo International Forum Exhibition Hall.

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ART HK repositions ASIA ONE section for 2012, now “heart” of fair


By centralising its ASIA ONE section, ART HK is attempting to assert its “unique” position as the “only world class art fair to have a 50/50 balance of Asian and Western participation”.

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Fine Art Asia 2011: Antique dealer dominance barrier or boon for contemporary art sellers?


Art Radar reports from Asian Art Fair 2011 in Hong Kong. A heavy-weight when it comes to antiques and vintage jewellery, but the contemporary art section proved disappointing.

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Chin Chih Yang’s roving projections challenge Art Taipei audience: video and interview


Art Radar interviews Chin Chih Yang on the multidisciplinary work be brought to Art Taipei 2011

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