Satellite Fairs

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

Art on Paper fair throws the book at collectors

For the first time, the Art on Paper satellite fair is running Booksmart, a secondary fair dedicated to artists’ books

The market for photography is on a roll

The launch of Photofairs New York during Armory Week reflects a resurgent market for photographs and related media

Four editions on, the Felix Art Fair aims to stay fresh

The fair founded in 2019 by collector Dean Valentine and gallerists Al and Mills Morán has carved out a significant niche as a Frieze alternative and local success story

Brisk sales at satellite fair Art Central Hong Kong despite economic downturn

Dealers at harbourfront fair are upbeat about local and international collectors despite a "recent slow market in the region"

Frieze Los Angeles brings satellite fairs into its orbit

A local stalwart celebrates its tenth edition, a New Yorker goes West, and a young upstart sets out its stall at the Roosevelt Hotel

Gender politics to the fore at Basel satellite fairs Liste and Volta

“The personal is political—this is a clear and present undercurrent,” says Volta artistic director Amanda Coulson

Beyond Frieze New York: the top events outside the tent

Our pick of the best satellites, from African offerings at 1-54 fair to Tefaf's focus on Modern and contemporary art

New York's March fairs aim to seize market moment

Your essential guide to the Armory Show, Volta, Independent, Nada and beyond


Cool start for Bâlelatina, Basel’s “Hot Art” fair

The satellite fair nevertheless found its feet with its specialist area, Latin Art

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The trouble with art fairs: curators, collectors and dealers are starting to feel fatigued

As the sheer number of annual events continues to grow, fair fatigue has become a common condition