PHOTOFAIRS announces new sister fair in San Francisco


PHOTOFAIRS, organised by the World Photography Organisation (WPO), will open a new fair in 2017 in San Francisco.

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The rise of the private art museum – Larry’s List report


Larry’s List publishes a Private Art Museum Report in light of the unprecedented boom of private museums in the past decade.

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Largest-ever “Rain Room” arrives in Shanghai: Random International interview


Art Radar interviews Random International founders Florian Ortkrass, Stuart Wood and Hannes Koch about their artistic process and their project ‘Rain Room’ opening in Shanghai’s Yuz Musuem on 1 September 2015.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2015: new calendar and format successful – fair round up


The third edition of Art Basel Hong Kong closed on 17 March 2015 with strong sales and a star-studded turn-out, offering rich regional flavours and providing a significant boost to the Asian art scene.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2014 now a key fixture on the global art calendar – Fair round up


Art Basel Hong Kong 2014 closed on 18 May 2014 with USD1 billion worth of art on sale and over 65,000 visitors confirming its place on the global art calendar.

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Art14 London: A global art fair hits the mark? Media round up


Art14 wraps up its second edition to positive reviews from galleries, commentators and the media, with most commending the fair’s stronger focus on global art.

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The Power 100: Qatar leads but emerging regions lag – ArtReview 100


The Qatari Emir’s sister Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Head of the Qatar Museums Authority, tops ArtReview‘s 2013 Power 100 list of most influential people in the art world.

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13 Asia-based art collectors crack 2012 ARTnews global top 200


A comparatively low number of Asia-based collectors in the 2012 ARTnews top 200 list may indicate that the Asian region still has a lot of potential for art market growth.

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