Fairs

Arco Madrid adds more Latin flavour to the mix

Colombian galleries will make a strong showing at the Spanish fair this year

Published online: 23 February 2015

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Photo London aims to tap a rising British market

Exhibitors are a mix of established photography dealers and edgy young galleries

Published online: 05 February 2015

How did Queen Victoria and Prince Albert stack up as artists?

Etchings made by the royal couple will be shown at the London Original Print Fair in April

Published online: 05 February 2015

Outsider Art Fair’s success begs the question: who is left outside?

Works in this flexible category are still relatively affordable, but the threat of the contemporary art market looms

Published online: 30 January 2015

Warhols, Warhols everywhere at Singapore fair

International names dominated, though sales were largely regional

Published online: 27 January 2015

Brussels fair offers a mixed bag of art surprises, from decomposing head to bronze turtles

International dealers bring an eclectic selection of works to Brafa

Published online: 24 January 2015

 

The Other Art Fair turns to Turk

A new art fair on the horizon will no doubt prompt groans and grumbles from aficionados suffering from "fairtigue". But the Other Art fair...

Yinka's 'dildo' sexes up London Art Fair

Collectors who prefer their art on the erotic side should head to The Multiple Store’s stand at the London Art Fair, which opens to guests...

Shout out to my boy, Sean

You never know when the old-boy network might come in handy. It certainly worked for the dealer James Fuentes when, on the opening day of...

 

Beasts of the beach

It takes something pretty special to get art-worlders out of their beds at 6.30am. But the stalwart souls (including The Art Newspaper's Louisa Buck) who made it down to the beach for yesterday’s sunrise InstaMeet, marking the Miami debut of the Dutch artist Theo Jansen’s kinetic “Strandbeests”, were not disappointed. Although a brisk breeze prevented the largest of the wind-propelled beasties from having an outing, two of his smaller, but no less intricately constructed, specimens scuttled across the sand with an uncannily realistic gait after a little encouragement from the artist, along with a band of helpers from sponsors Audemars Piguet and Salem’s Peabody Essex Museum. For those who prefer a lie-in, “Strandbeests” of various shapes and sizes will be making daily perambulations between 21st and 22nd Streets at 10.30am and 4.30pm until Sunday.