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Scottsdale Art Week’s Debut Promises to Bring the City to the International Stage

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On March 20–23, 2025, a new art fair will debut in the Southwest at Westworld of Scottsdale, Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week. Joining the roster of art world events held across the nation each year, the inaugural edition of the fair is slated to include presentations from more than 120 galleries, as well as a fleshed-out schedule of programming, including fashion shows each day, performances, installation works, exclusive VIP events, and more. Leveraging the thriving local and regional art scenes, Scottsdale Ferrari Art Week will also see a number of high-profile collaborations with galleries and institutions, as well as artists and prominent collectors.

Read more: https://news.artnet.com/art-world/scottsdale-ferrari-art-week-2470886

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5 Collectors Share Highlights from New York’s May Art Weeks

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Two weeks after the “art world Olympics” of national pavilions and festivities of the Venice Biennale, the art world immediately set track on a different marathon of art fairs on the other side of the globe. The first week of May in New York saw FriezeNADA, 1-54, Future Fair, and newcomer Esther all opening within one week, with Independent and TEFAF opening just days after.

The New York art world was at full volume over the fortnight, with several galleries opening up booths in one or occasionally even two fairs, while local ventures also unveiled new shows at their own spaces. Museums responded with ambitious exhibitions, such as MoMA’s LaToya Ruby Frazier survey “Monuments of Solidarity” and the Met’s roof garden commission, Petrit Halilaj’s “Abetare.” Events in the city will also continue into this week, with major auction houses set to run their series of tentpole May sales.

Read more: https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-5-collectors-share-highlights-new-yorks-art-weeks

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Mami Kataoka to Curate Focus Section of Art Week Tokyo

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Art Week Tokyo (AWT) has released details of its 2024 programme, which will run from 7 to 10 November, with preview days on 5 and 6 November.

This year, 52 museums, galleries, and art spaces will take part, up slightly from 50 in 2023.

Read more: https://ocula.com/magazine/art-news/mami-kataoka-to-curate-tokyo-art-week-focus/

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Taiwan’s first ‘art week’ dawns as Taipei Dangdai art fair’s success prompts art museums to coordinate exhibitions

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Just over two decades ago, the art market landscape in Asia looked vastly different from how it does today.

At the time, Taiwan emerged as the major hub for the region’s art trade, with the Asia headquarters of auction giants Sotheby’s and Christie’s both located there.

By the late 1990s, however, the art world had begun gravitating towards the newly expanding markets of mainland China and Hong Kong, which shaped the cultural topography we know now.

Read more: https://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/arts-culture/article/3261172/taiwans-first-art-week-dawns-taipei-dangdai-art-fairs-success-prompts-art-museums-coordinate

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