Frieze London, which will take place October 15–19 in Regent’s Park, has announced the exhibitors for its 2014 edition. According to a release, a few solo booths will include Mark Grotjahn (Anton Kern Gallery, New York); Goshka Macuga (Kate MacGarry, London); Lee Kit (Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou); Martin Creed (Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Berlin); Eric Bainbridge (Workplace Gallery, Gateshead); Koo Jeong A (Pilar Corrias Gallery, London) and Barbara T Smith (The Box, Los Angeles). A full list of participants (and there are a lot of them), including the Focus section dedicated to emerging galleries, and Live, which will present performance-based installations, is below. Read More
Courtesy Art in America, here is the exhibitors list for the third edition of EXPO Chicago, which runs September 18-21 at the Second City’s Navy Pier. It includes the Exposure section, focusing on 20 younger galleries. Art fairs! I’m sure by September you’ll have already started missing them! Read More
If you haven’t had the chance to see the photography shows that New York museums have staged recently, the Association of International Photography Art Dealers fair, which runs at the Park Avenue Armory through Sunday, offers quite a few opportunities to get up to date, since many of its more than 80 exhibitors have brought works by photographers that have popped up in the city recently. (And, of course, if you have been assiduous in your museum going, you’ll have the chance to revisit work, and perhaps come across a few surprises.) Read More
Next year, Art Basel announced, its Hong Kong fair will take place not in May, as it has previously, but in March. Mark your calendars: it will run in 2015 from Sunday, March 15 through Tuesday, March 17, with VIP previews on the evening of Friday, March 13 and all day on Saturday, March 14.
This year’s fair is still scheduled for May, and will run at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from Wednesday, May 14 (the preview day), through Sunday, May 18.
Paris Photo Los Angeles, the US version of the French photography art fair, will return for its second edition at Paramount Studios April 25-27. This year’s fair will include 77 galleries, artist talks by the likes of Walead Beshty, Jeff Wall and others, as well as an exhibition of previously unseen photos from the LAPD archive. A full exhibitor list is below.
The ADAA Art Show has announced highlights of its 2014 edition, taking place March 5-9 at the Park Avenue Armory. This year’s fair will have 34 solo artist booths, including Koji Enokura at Blum & Poe, Jeff Wall at Marian Goodman, Frank Stella at Mnuchin Gallery and Raoul De Keyser at David Zwirner. A full Read More
The names of the 72 galleries exhibiting at the next iteration of the Art Dealer’s Association of America Art Show are out. There will be a lot of fresh blood at the fair, which is slated to run at the Park Avenue Armory from March 5-9 with a gala preview on March 4. New exhibitors include New York’s Acquavella Galleries, Inc., Alexander Gray Associates, Bortolami, Matthew Marks Gallery, Robert Miller Gallery, Mnuchin Gallery, Yancey Richardson Gallery, Salon 94, Skarstedt Gallery, Ltd. and Pavel Zoubok Gallery, among many others. Absences include Gladstone Gallery and Paul Kasmin Gallery, which participated last time but are not returning for this edition. The show, now in its 26th year, will benefit the Lower East Side’s Henry Street Settlement, which houses the Abrons Arts Center. Read More
If you’re like us ’round here at The New York Observer, you just can’t get enough of art fairs–those fluorescent-lit caverns of happy mercantile exchanges and modest purchases where nothing ever goes wrong. Good news! There’s a new art fair! Another one! Bring it on! Oh yeah! Never can get enough of those wonderful things: art fairs! Read More
The ArtInternational Istanbul art fair, which runs in Turkey’s largest city from Sept. 16 through Sept. 18, has released the names of the 61 galleries that have signed on for its inaugural edition. It’s a fairly diverse group, including Turkish galleries, a few international heavyweights, like Lisson and Pace, and some smaller emerging galleries from Read More