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The New and Upcoming Galleries To See at This Year’s Melbourne Art Fair

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Melbourne Art Fair, one of the biggest events on Australasia’s cultural calendar, returns for four days this February showcasing contemporary art from across the region. From February 22 to February 25, over 60 galleries will exhibit in the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Visitors can see both iconic, well-known works alongside new art from both local and international artists. To support the next generation of art dealers, the Melbourne Art Foundation subsidises booths for galleries established after 2016, allowing them to shine alongside some of the country’s most esteemed names. This year 11 exciting new galleries are on the line-up. Here’s who you can look forward to.

Coma (Gadigal Country/Sydney)

Founded by Sotiris Sotiriou in 2016, Coma began as a contemporary art space showcasing international artists at all stages of their careers and began representing artists in 2022. The gallery has exhibited a diverse range of artists who have gone on to show in major museums, biennales and galleries around the world. At this year’s fair Coma presents a solo show of new works by Shan Turner-Carroll, an Australian artist of Burmese descent who works across photography, sculpture, performance and film.

Read more: https://www.broadsheet.com.au/melbourne/art-and-design/article/new-and-upcoming-galleries-see-years-melbourne-art-fair

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1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair Announces Participating Galleries

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The 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair recently announced its 2024 edition, held at The Starrett-Lehigh Building in Chelsea, New York, from May 1 to May 4. Featuring a press preview on May 1 and a VIP Preview on May 2, the fair showcases 32 galleries from Europe, Africa, and the United States, including eight debut participants.

The Starrett-Lehigh Building, renowned for its creative environment, hosts this year’s event, highlighting the commitment to promoting contemporary African art globally. Founded in 2013, 1-54 aims to raise awareness of African modern and contemporary art, fostering market interest and hosting panel events dedicated to the continent’s creative richness.

Read more: https://hypebeast.com/2024/4/1-54-contemporary-african-art-fair-2024-edition

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Art Dirt: Recapping Dallas’ Art Fairs

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Brandon Zech, Leslie Moody Castro, and Gabriel Martinez talk about the 2024 editions of the Dallas Art Fair and the Dallas Invitational.

“The opening night party was kind of sparse. Normally it’s a zoo; you can’t walk through the lobby, the valet line is a mess. There was a nice crowd, but nothing like I have experienced in the past.”

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Read more: https://glasstire.com/2024/04/07/art-dirt-recapping-dallas-art-fairs/

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ART OnO 2024: Seoul’s Vibrant New Art Fair Debuts

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ART OnO 2024, taking place at SETEC in Seoul, South Korea from April 19 to April 21, is a new art fair showcasing artworks presented by 40 galleries from over 15 countries. Alongside galleries from South Korea, participants from the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, and France will represent a significant international presence together with the local art presentation.

The main programs of ART OnO encompass Talks and Discussions, VIP Programs, and Special Exhibitions:

Read more: https://artasiapacific.com/market/art-ono-2024-seoul-s-vibrant-new-art-fair-debuts

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