This year’s ART TAIPEI, which puts an emphasis on cross-boundary cooperation and inheritance of art, will break the traditional limits of art fair booths in order to craft a multi-media visitor experience through sound, video and space design.
He thinks there is no way you can be international art fair without respecting the extraordinary contemporary art work that is coming from China...
Tiffany Wai-Ying Beres thinks collectors, people in the art world, and spectators demand a "local" focus from international art fairs because they want to understand how art produced in their region is significant within the greater art-world context.
This activity was attempted to expand the influence of Frieze in Beijing, sharing the contemporary art and publishing experience with Chinese audiences. Two academic discussions were held after the end of the press conference, to discuss the current hot issues in contemporary art.
Bringing together over 40 galleries and art institutions, it offers a strong lineup from September 15th to 18th, 2011.
The 5th edition of SH Contemporary will celebrate the emerging Asia Pacific art world with a comprehensive selection of top Chinese galleries and a choice of other Asian and Western galleries.
After being postphoned due to the tsunami and earthquake took place on March 11th, ART FAIR TOKYO 2011 finally kicked off on July 29th, 2011 and will be closed on July 31st. As the largest fair of its kind in Japan, ART FAIR TOKYO features with high-quality domestic and international galleries covering a wide...
From 26th – 29th May, ART HK 11 will present works from modern masters such as Picasso as well as important contemporary artists such as Takashi Murakami and Damien Hirst, offering visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the very best and most extensive showcase of modern and contemporary art in Asia.
Art Beijing 2011(April 29-May 2) will provide a platform for both academic and commercial perspectives toward the development of contemporary art and its collection markets.
Supported by the Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China, the Eighth Edition of the China International Gallery Exposition (CIGE 2011) took place at the Exhibition Hall of the China World Trade Centre in Beijing from 21 – 24 April, 2011 with a preview on 20 April.
The 14th Beijing International Art Exposition takes “Artistic Creativity，Artistic Life” as the grand theme and will be held from 18 August to 22 August, 2011 at the Beijing China World Trade Center.