From the iconic institutions to the fun rookies.
In only four years, 1:54 has established itself as a leading voice in the global discussion on contemporary African art, finally showing the way for new initiatives. Follow 1:54 to know everything about the preparation of the future New York edition (May 2017).
The Affordable Art Fair
With an array of galleries showing contemporary artworks from $100-$10,000, the AAF demonstrates that the “low-end” of the market has nothing to be ashamed of.
Founded in 1970, Art Basel is the “enfant terrible” of today’s contemporary art fairs. Can’t travel to Basel, Miami Beach and Hong Kong? Follow them so you won’t miss a beat!
The Art Los Angeles Contemporary Fair has a strong focus on Los Angeles based galleries. The eighth edition, that recently ended, has hosted some of the hottest art performers such as William Basinski, M. Geddes Gengra, sPuppies Puppies and Huang Rui.
Biennale di Venezia
Follow the official account of the multidisciplinary Venetian Biennale to get ready for the 57th art edition.
NB: Captions in Italian only. Scusi!
Access the magic of the Grand and Petit Palais by following Paris’ major contemporary art fair.
If you’re not in London in January, following Frieze is a must whether to love or to criticise every inch of the gigantic fair.
A strongly recommended daily dose of modern and contemporary art “alla Milanese”.