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Amid an Increasingly Competitive Fair Calendar, India Art Fair Reports Strong Sales and Large Crowds

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The conclusion of the 15th edition of the India Art Fair in New Delhi on February 4 saw an increased success compared to last year’s iteration, with the fair reporting a 30 percent uptick in visitors on the VIP day. Many galleries reported buzzing sales and strong pricing, with interest from both Indian private collectors and institutions from across South Asia.

While the global art market has recently faced headwinds, the Indian art market has seemingly only strengthened post-pandemic, buoyed by the country’s robust economic growth, a significant increase in private wealth, and a concurrent boom in real estate. This has been further boosted by a sharp increase in private philanthropy in the arts, resulting in many new private museums and corporate-backed art foundations.

Read more: https://www.artnews.com/art-news/market/india-art-fair-2024-sales-report-1234695132/

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Aspen Art Fair Debuts in Colorado, Looted Asante Treasures Find New Home in Ghana, Sex Pistols Record Breaks Record at Auction, and More: Morning Links for July 11, 2024

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Known for winter sports and other outdoor recreation, Aspen, Colorado, has become increasingly celebrated as an art destination, reports The Art Newspaper. The Aspen Art Week brings together collectors, curators and artists in a culture festival co-ordinated by Aspen Art Museum. This summer, the Aspen Art Fair (29 July-2 August) joins in with a debut at the high-profile Hotel Jerome, in the city center. About 30 exhibitors and projects—from Los Angeles (Carlye Packer, Casterline Goodman), New York (Miles McEnery, Nancy Hoffman) and abroad (El Apartamento from Havana and Madrid, Galerie Gmurzynska from Zürich, Perrotin from Paris)—are in the art fair’s lineup. Admission to the event costs $30 per day, except for those statying at the hotel who get complimentary passes. “It’s really important to us to be part of the citywide cultural conversation year round,” said Becca Hoffman, the director of the fair.

Read more: https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/aspen-art-fair-debuts-in-colorado-looted-asante-treasures-find-new-home-in-ghana-sex-pistols-record-breaks-record-at-auction-and-more-morning-links-for-july-11-2024-1234711742/

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Art Fair on the Square returns this Saturday, Farmers’ Market moves to Breese Stevens Field

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One of the biggest art fairs in the Midwest returns to Madison this weekend. Art Fair on the Square will be held on Saturday and Sunday.

The fair features a wide array of artists showcasing various different styles and mediums. There’s also live music throughout the fair on three different stages.

Along with the art, there will also be food vendors around the Square, along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and on State Street with plenty of options for refreshment.

Read more: https://www.channel3000.com/news/art-fair-on-the-square-returns-this-saturday-farmers-market-moves-to-breese-stevens-field/article_753858c0-3d6f-11ef-b767-e32fcd5c4ab0.html

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South Haven Art Fair celebrates 66 years with artists and local awards

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The annual South Haven Art Fair returned for its 66th year over the holiday weekend.

This year, more than 100 artists from at least 10 states were featured.

Painting, photography, ceramics, wood, mixed media, and jewelry were among 12 categories being showcased by vendors Sunday afternoon.

Glass artists and Portage natives Susan and John Rath were at the fair for their first time, offering visitors a chance to make their own glass ornament.

Read more: https://wwmt.com/news/local/south-haven-art-fair-2024-july-7-john-susan-rath-glass-ornaments-community-event-vendors-jewelry-wood-media-local-award

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