A festival, a gallery collaboration and a fair reveal the ambitions and the limitations of the country’s contemporary art scene.
Mingling with wariness and wonder at a conference devoted to “Ancient Aliens.”
Market Art + Design is back in July, with more exhibitors and space; for a second year, it appears it will be the only summer art fair in the Hamptons.
The major international galleries have established their presence in this premier regional art fair, but for some local dealers the price of participating is too high.
The fair, in its 12th year, embraces niche vendors, and offers classes in the D.I.Y. arts and mystical crafts.
Two events in Belgium stand out in the world’s overcrowded art scene, luring the country’s discerning collectors: Independent Brussels and Art Brussels
Melissa Errico is comforted to find that theater aficionados are interested in the lows as well as the highs of a stage career.
Hong Kong has a history steeped in trade — and that serves the lucrative Art Basel brand nicely.
The art fair’s reputation as a destination event continues to face challenges, particularly now that it has smaller spring and fall editions in New York.