Art fairs

Expo Chicago’s first outing under Frieze draws bustling crowds and engaged buyers

The art publishing and presenting titan implemented layout changes to buoy smaller galleries

Hong Kong edition of Art021 fair to launch this year

The new event is supported by the public Mega Ace Fund, which subsidises large cultural projects in the Special Administrative Region

Nora Turato projects the art of self-improvement in Chicago

The artist will project a new commission onto the exterior of what was once the world’s biggest building as part of Art on the Mart

Expo Chicago aims to retain identity under new ownership

As Frieze, which bought the Windy City’s fair last year, promises refinement, not reinvention, the first step sees special sections taking on more central positions at the city’s Navy Pier

Early sales at the Dallas Art Fair prove even a solar eclipse can't overshadow Texas's hot market

As demand for art in Dallas and the rest of Texas heats up, dealers are eager to get a foothold in the Lone Star State—including at the new-ish Dallas Invitational satellite fair

SP-Arte’s 20th edition puts the focus on Latin America

While earlier editions saw more global participation, South America’s biggest art fair has become a regional showcase and a more inclusive reflection of Brazilian contemporary art

Dallas Art Fair expansion reflects the city's growing art market

The fair, along with its satellite event the Dallas Invitational, testify to the importance of the local collector base, dealers say

SP-Arte turns 20—as Brazilian artists and curators take the spotlight at Venice

São Paulo fair’s founder says her efforts are “legitimised” by Adriano Pedrosa being the first South American to curate the Venice Biennale this month

Executive director Nicole Berry leaving The Armory Show for senior development role at Los Angeles's Hammer Museum

Frieze's search to replace Berry, who has led The Armory Show since 2017, is already underway

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Focus, not faff: considered adjustments prove welcome at TEFAF Maastricht

A shorter runtime, a new Focus section and outreach to young buyers show promise as a way forward for the venerable Dutch fair

Art Basel Hong Kong finally back to pre-pandemic size—what’s changed since 2019?

The city’s art ecosystem is rapidly expanding, but an economic slowdown across China and continued political interference from Beijing could mean stormy seas ahead

Five years on, Frieze Los Angeles has grown up without growing old

Long doubted, the fair proves it is here to stay with its latest edition

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Israel-Hamas war is front and centre at Art Dubai

The fair's Global South focus enables galleries to platform art about Palestine at a crucial moment

Felix art fair proves as fun as ever, even as sales slow

The scrappy art fair continues to attract galleries and buyers to playful stands inside a Hollywood hotel

Spring Break art fair in Los Angeles puts personality first at fifth edition

The fair continues to push back against the white cube model with plenty of characterful stands and satirical works

How has Frieze Los Angeles impacted the city’s art scene?

Plus, Angelica Kauffman at London’s Royal Academy and Matthew Wong’s response to a lost Van Gogh

In pictures: Frieze Los Angeles’s Focus section explores the notion of ‘ecologies’

Essence Harden, the curator of the section for young galleries, picks out some highlights

New satellite fair to launch at New York’s Estonian House during Frieze

The new fair, Esther, is being launched by New York’s Margot Samel and Tallinn-based Olga Temnikova

Creative Growth blossoms into market force for artists with disabilities

California non-profit supporting artists with disabilities celebrates its 50th anniversary with a special exhibition at New York's Outsider Art Fair

Dubai market shifts towards emerging homegrown artists

As the latest Art Dubai fair opens, the city's art scene is maturing, with international collectors and curators snapping up young Emirati artists

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Third time may be the charm for India’s budding art trade

Although the sceptics say we have been here before, there are ample reasons to believe India's art economy has entered a new era

Untitled Art fair acquired by South Florida luxury lifestyle portfolio

The fair, founded in 2012, is one of the biggest satellite events of Miami Art Week and previously operated a second iteration in San Francisco


Textile artist Gary Tyler wins 2024 Frieze Los Angeles Impact Prize

The artist, who was wrongfully incarcerated for almost 42 years, will receive $25,000 and a solo stand at this year’s edition of the fair

Opening day of 1-54 Marrakech fair highlights growing business and even better vibes

Gallery expansions, international attendance and a celebratory mood define the contemporary African art expo’s return to Morocco

Art Basel reveals 287 galleries participating in its next Swiss fair, including 22 first-time exhibitors

June's event will be the first edition of the world’s most important art fair under the direction of Maike Cruse

Frieze reveals 68 galleries for its next New York fair

The smallest Frieze fair returns to the Shed in early May

How Mexico City’s art scene and its biggest fair, Zona Maco, have grown over 20 years

The biggest art fair in Latin America is marking a significant milestone while showcasing the booming local scene

Expo Chicago reveals more than 170 exhibitors for first edition since acquisition by Frieze

The long-running Midwestern fair was acquired by the London-based fair company in summer 2023


‘Gangbusters’ domestic economy sees prices rise at India Art Fair

The region’s previous art market boom and bust has some at the New Delhi event questioning whether this new wave can be sustained