In the run up to the 2008 Zoo Art Fair, Jane Watt’s profile looks at the first four years of this non-profit enterprise.
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The October art fair frenzy kicks off with Art London 2-6 October at Royal Hospital Chelsea, celebrating its tenth anniversary by presenting eighty galleries, 1,000 artists and five continents.
Cutting-edge galleries from Birmingham, Bristol, Gateshead and London are amongst exhibitors selected for the 2008 Zoo Art Fair, 17-20 October at Royal Academy of Arts, London.
The first week in June will see around 60,000 artists, collectors, gallerists, curators, and art enthusiasts from across the globe flock to the Swiss town of Basel for the 39th edition of Art Basel.
Peter Freeman makes light sculptures and installations that articulate public spaces. Kate Stoddart explores his practice.
News from the 2007 Zoo Art Fair.
Emilia Teleses opening essay offers analysis of the markets for art in the UK highlighting the contradictions and idiosyncrasies of the relationship between artists and money,
Trade off draws on intelligence gathered at the NAN Roadshow events focused on themes around the art market. Emilia Telese’s opening essay offers analysis of the markets for art in the UK and introduces the set of newly commissioned articles […]
Ken Pratt gives an overview of the international art market from a curators point of view.
Guyan Porter talks about the socio-economic dynamics of art markets and deconstructs notions of the art market in the UK.
Zoo Art Fair has announced its list of exhibitors for the 2007 event, running 12-15 October.
The next ARTfutures will be held at Bloomberg SPACE, London, 8-14 March.
Frieze Art Fair is upon us once again, and as well as 150 art galleries from around the world showcasing over 1000 artists work, visitors can take advantage of an ambitious curatorial programme, under the umbrella term of Frieze Projects.
Playing its part in Octobers visual arts buzz in London, Zoo Art Fair is establishing its reputation as a showcase for emerging UK and international galleries, project spaces, artist collectives, curatorial groups and publications.
Well also be setting out our wares later this month at the Frieze Art Fair in Regents Park, London. Visit our stand to catch up with the latest developments from the NAN initiative and to learn more about how a-n […]
As the international art world’s attention turns to London, Eliza Patten previews Frieze Art Fair and some of the events taking place alongside it.
International fairs are a great opportunity for researching galleries and making contacts, here is a selection of just some of the 150 showing at this year’s Frieze Art Fair.
John Beagles comments on the increased presence of artist-run initiatives at this year’s Glasgow Art Fair.
Thirteen artists have been nominated and selected for inclusion in this year’s ARTfutures, to be held 31 March 4 April at the City of London School. This annual event has for many years been a successful way of generating […]
Frieze Art Fair, London’s first international contemporary art fair held in October has announced the 2004 dates as 15-18 October. With over 27,700 national and international visitors including collectors, gallerists and curators, students, artists and celebrities this new […]
Founded by sculptor Charles Hadcock and designer Russell Howard and housed in old water board offices, the Watermark in Preston is home to a unique blend of creative commercial businesses and artists’ studios. Twelve artists and designers located there grouped […]
The Contemporary Art Society (CAS) supports the museum collection of contemporary art. Hugh Adams investigates the society’s aims and activities and offers advice on making an approach to CAS.
Gemma de Cruz gives the rundown on what’s what at the 14th London Art Fair.
Abigail Branagan discusses the development of this innovative platform for contemporary design and explores its value to exhibitors.