The Satellite Art Show has arrived in Brooklyn this weekend with 30-plus exhibitors and a strong lineup of performance programming, panel discussions, and screenings.
In October 2018 Anna Kamay created the first ever contemporary arts festival, Artsakh Fest, in Stepanakert. Now she returns to restage it with a new theme and approach.
The Affordable Art Fair, which sells artwork for between $100 and $10,000, will show work from over 400 artists this weekend in Chelsea.
Art Jakarta seemed to breathe new life into a region teetering on the brink of complete disillusionment with art market machinations and the global art-fair-industrial complex.
The future of art fairs in Southeast Asia looked uncertain after the abrupt cancellation of Art Stage Singapore earlier this year, but judging from Art Jakarta 2019, the big boom is on again.
Check out Hyperallergic’s guide to the art fairs of Frieze Week in New York.
Several questions occurred to me when I read that a new art fair geared toward showing the work of recent Master Fine Arts graduates is scheduled to launch this November in New York City.
The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) has announced a new global vetting policy that will replace commercial experts with advisors less connected to the art market to avoid possible legal issues.
At art fairs around the world, breastfeeding is no easy task.
For its fourth edition, the artist-run fair is relocating to a 33,000-square foot lot near downtown Miami directly alongside the NADA fair’s new location.
Amid all the works by familiar white male modernists on view at the plush and posh fair, there are many superb pieces by women and artists from Latin America.
The latest edition of the mega-fair is full of extremes, from the very high temperatures during the first day of previews to impressively bad booths and plenty of strong, thoughtful presentations.