I have always had ambiguous feelings about the annual Masterpiece London fine art and antiques fair, now under the umbrella of the Art Basel Group.
The much acclaimed 5th edition of PhotoLondon at Somerset House closed just a few days ago with record sales and robust numbers of over 42.000 visitors in four days. 24 countries and 114 galleries participated, many of them for the first time. “Landscape-dance, naked bodies, cut-out paper forms and cut-out landscapes,18th-century rebels and 80s red-head […]
This week Photo London returns for its fifth edition, and it’s the strongest iteration yet. No longer just a fair, over the course of the last few years it has become a major cultural event spurring numerous satellite events around the city and has made the month of May
18 September 2018
Welcome to the Artlyst 2018 Frieze Week printable pull-out Guide, This is our curated choice of the events not to miss during the busiest week in the London Contemporary Art calendar.
16 May 2018
Photo London 2018 is, as usual, an overwhelmingly large event.
Art Brussels is one of the oldest established Contemporary art fairs in Europe. In fact, after Art Cologne, it is the second elder statesman.
ArtBAB Bahrain, in its third edition, is an international event to be reckoned with.
23 February 2018
As we all suspected Frieze have now officially announced that they are to mount an event in LA. The new annual contemporary art fair in Los Angeles will be presented at Paramount Pictures Studios.
30 August 2017
The 2017 edition of SUNDAY an annual contemporary art fair held in London get under way during Frieze week 5-8 October.
Photo London returns for its third edition with a swagger this year, confidently asserting its position as a premier international photo event. Like it or not, it has become the event around which all photography in London now revolves, and in this edition, it goes someway towards justifying its gravitational pull.
12 January 2017
Frieze New York has announced the sixth edition of this international art fair held at Randall’s Island Park from May 5–7, 2017. The event brings together more than 190 galleries from 30 countries, showcasing an unparalleled program of ambitious presentations by today’s most significant international artists
Following on from Frieze London, the 43rd edition (October 20 to 23) of the Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain or International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) in Paris sees The Grand Palais event showcasing 180 galleries from 27 countries, the largest event of its kind in France.
CROSSROADS is a new international art show, from the organisers of the highly regarded Pinta Art Fair. It encompasses special curatorial projects and forty-six galleries from around the world handpicked by a team of renowned curators. This niche fair is fresh, multicultural and accessible. CROSSROADS presents the most current artistic trends in a relaxed and convivial setting. An opportunity to experience […]
Art16 opens its fourth edition on Thursday with a focus on exciting and innovative contemporary art from established, emerging and mid-career artists across all visual art forms. Art collectors will have fresh discoveries of artists working outside the western canon, particularly with ‘London First’ and ‘Emerge’ sections to unearth new talent. ‘Emerge’ showcases the next generation of artistic talent while ‘London First’ brings together galleries who have never before participated in […]
MULTIPLIED is the UK’s only art fair dedicated to contemporary prints and editions. The fair is in its The fifth instalment; returning to Christie’s, South Kensington this autumn. The event will be open to the public from 17-20 October, and will take place during Frieze Week, one of the most important periods in the contemporary […]
26 June 2014
In the over saturated world of international Art-fairs one could quite imagine that launching a new event in London would be a dangerous gamble. However, START London’s latest contemporary art fair has bucked the trend and come up trumps. The fair which brings together emerging galleries and new artists is the brain-child of the founders […]
SP-Arte has announced additional details for its 10th edition, taking place from 2-6 April 2014. As Latin America’s leading art fair, SP-Arte will feature 136 galleries from 18 countries around the globe. The fair continues to expand its Adriano Pedrosa’s, Dialogues series. The Solo sector makes its debut with 13 cutting-edge art galleries from 10 […]
Supermarket Stockholm presents this year’s exhibitors with the theme Difference ( s ) . How does the artist-run art scene operate from Brazil to the Republic of Ireland ? What engages artists in today’s Cairo and what are the conditions surrounding a newly opened gallery in Tbilisi? Meet gallery AllArtNow from Damascus as the last […]
Frieze Projects has announced its Autumn line up for 2012. This years programme of artists and commissions realised annually at Frieze London is curated by Sarah McCrory it includes five specially commissioned projects as well as the Emdash Award, which each year enables an emerging artist working outside the UK to present new work at […]
An Art Fair for individual Artists is a rare beast, but perhaps that is about to change? Invariably Art Fairs are made up of established galleries with established artists, creating a bottleneck whereby new and talented artists cannot be seen, as the galleries prefer to exhibit their established artists with a proven following. Whilst the […]