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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ART HK sponsor Deutsche Bank backs Frieze in New York


By supporting New York’s inaugural Frieze Art Fair, Deutsche Bank is now the lead sponsor of all three Frieze events. In Asia, ART HK is one of the bank’s most important art partnerships.

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Art so fresh it’s still wet at Contemporary Istanbul – video


VernissageTV has produced an insightful video on November’s Contemporary Istanbul 2010 where interviews with five gallery representatives are combined with shots of the fair hall. The video highlights, among other things, the growing sophistication of attending collectors and the freshness of the works being presented for sale. A new date for the fair is announced; next year the fair will coincide with the 12th International Istanbul Biennial.

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Fad or innovation? First ever entirely online art fair to launch next year


ART EVENTS PROMOTING CONTEMPORARY ART ART SALES ART FAIRS ONLINE Art Radar Asia was recently sent information on an event new to the art promotion circuit – VIP Art Fair is the first fair to be run entirely online. The event … Continue reading

ARCO Madrid 2009 international art fair news round-up – galleries drop out, public funding prop, Indian art


INTERNATIONAL ART FAIRS ARCO Madrid, one of the largest and most important international art fairs holds its 28th edition from 11 February to 16 February 2009  in a new location:  Halls 6, 8 & 10 at Feria de Madrid, Spain. … Continue reading