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Art Basel Expands
A Cultural Feast or Overreach?
As the art world turns its gaze towards the City of Lights, Paris+ par Art Basel is set to make its mark with an ambitious second edition. The event, which will span across six iconic venues in Par...
Bridget Finn Joins Art Basel
Adept at Navigating Art Ecosystem
Art Basel is pleased to announce that, starting in September 2023, Bridget Finn has been hired as the Director of its Miami Beach show. With a vast knowledge of the gallery ecosystem and a large we...
Transforming Japan's Art Scene
Tokyo Gendai Makes its Debut
Tokyo Gendai, Japan's first major international art fair, is poised to make a significant impact on the country's art market with its inaugural edition. The fair has successfully negotiated a tax b...
Bart Drenth Resigns
Controversial Tweets and Leadership Change at Tefaf
Bart Drenth has resigned as the global managing director of Tefaf, the Dutch company that owns and operates the prestigious Tefaf Maastricht and Tefaf New York art fairs. Drenth, who took on the ro...
154 Galleries at Paris+ par Art Basel
In a dazzling showcase of artistic prowess, Paris+ par Art Basel has unveiled its meticulously curated lineup, boasting a staggering ensemble of 154 premier galleries hailing from 33 countries and ...
Art Basel Welcomes Maike Cruse
A Visionary Appointment
Art Basel, the renowned art fair, has made an exciting announcement, appointing Maike Cruse as the Director of its show in Basel. This newly created position will be effective from July 2023, and C...
Art Basel 2023
Unveiling Exciting Features
Art Basel 2023 is gearing up to be an extraordinary event, with the announcement of several exciting new features that will be showcased at the fair. The event, which will take place from Jun...
Art Karlsruhe 2023: 200+ Galleries from 15 Countries Showcase
200+ Galleries from 15 Countries Showcase Modern and Contemporary Art at Art Karlsruhe 2023
The 20th edition of Art Karlsruhe, a well-known art fair in Germany and internationally, is taking place next week. Over 200 galleries from 15 countries will showcase modern and contemporary art, i...
The Art Market 2023
Examining the Lingering Effects of the Pandemic on Global Art Sales
The seventh edition of The Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report provides a comprehensive, macro-economic analysis of the state of the global art market in 2022. The Art Market 2023 looks clos...
Miart on a High
Nicola Ricciardi Focuses on Less Design
Regional trade shows can be very successful in the art market. This has now been proven by Miart in Milan, which took place from April 14 to 16. The motto was formative: Crescendo. With the twenty-...
A Fair to Discover
From April 20 to 23, Brussels will again become the center of international attention in the art scene. One hundred fifty-two galleries from 32 countries can be found at Art Brussels, which aims to...
A Stunning Display of Art
Art Basel Hong Kong 2023
The 2023 edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong has ended, marking another successful year for the renowned art fair. The event, which took place from March 23rd to 25th, brought together over 200 galle...
Art Dubai 2023
Celebrating Diversity, Creativity, and Innovation
Art Dubai, the event's creators call the most important art fair for art from the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia returns after being forced to go virtual last year due to the pandemic. A...
21 New Galleries for June Event
Latifa Echakhch to Create Room-Sized Installation
There are still under four months before Art Basel, supported by Global Lead Partner UBS, opens its doors from June 15 to 18. The essential preview days will take place on June 13 and 14. But the S...
A safe haven
Madrid attracts Latin American art collectors
Due to tax reforms from socialist governments in their home countries, wealthy Latin Americans are flocking to Madrid as a result of a leftward shift. Madrid's cultural and linguistic similarities ...
Food and art
Frieze starts in a new location
That food and art belong closely together seem surprising at first glance. After all, it's a well-known fact that good catering helps to ensure that networking works, that visitors feel comfortable...
Art Basel Announces New CEO
Noah Horowitz to Succeed Marc Spiegler
The current level of activity in the art market is truly astounding. At Art Basel, indeed the most important art fair in the world, this is also the case. Currently, the Swiss are preparing to laun...
Speculation About Paris
MCH Group Recovers Slowly
Hardly anyone in the MCH Group will like to think back to 2020. The figures that Art Basel's parent company has now presented for 2012 indicate an upward trend - and yet the question remains as to ...
Shipping Art is Getting Expensive
International Fairs are Under Pressure
These are hard times for all those who earn their money with trade fairs. It's no different in the art world than in other sectors of the economy - perhaps it's even worse in the art world. That's ...
Arco Holds its Own in the Niche
Tradition does not have to be conservative. On the contrary: it can be an expression of a highly modern, progressive, because liberal attitude of mind. Hardly anywhere can this be felt as strongly ...
Response to the Changing Gallery Landscape
Art Basel Relaxed its Exhibitor Application Requirements
Since the pandemic, the fair business has been under enormous pressure. This is especially true for Art Basel. Without a doubt, Art Basel is still one of the most important art fairs in the world. ...
After 18 Years
Victoria Siddall Leaves Frieze
She has been a key player in setting Frieze's international course over the past 18 years. In 2014, she was appointed global director, succeeding fair founders Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover. N...
15 Percent for the Beginning
MCH Group is Interested in Singapore Again
The whole thing reminds you somewhat of an déjà vu. True, in 2016, the parent company of Art Basel, the MCH Group, had already announced once that it wanted to expand its global influence with the ...
Trouble's Brewing in Paris
Art Basel Ousts Fiac from the Grand Palais
The game musical chairs is popular not only among children. Fair managers also have their fun with it. If there is only one chair, the fastest wins. Or the one with the fattest wallet. At least tha...
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