ArtAgenda | Art Fairs & Biennales
"Each time you purchase a piece of art, you're investing in a piece of history and in another person's life."
Seattle Art Fair | August 3-6, 2017
The Seattle Art Fair is a one-of-a-kind destination for the best in modern and contemporary art and a showcase for the vibrant arts community of the Pacific Northwest. Based in Seattle, a city as renowned for its natural beauty as its cultural landscape, the fair brings together the region’s strong collector base; local, national, and international galleries; area museums and institutions; and an array of innovative public programming. Founded in 2015 by Paul G. Allen, the Seattle Art Fair is produced by Vulcan Inc. and Art Market Productions.
Art Aspen | August 4-6, 2017
Art Aspen is owned by Atlanta-based Urban Expositions, which produces Art Hamptons, Houston Art Fair, Art Palm Springs, the Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago, and FORM Miami. All art fairs are presented by galleries from around the world exhibiting modern and contemporary art in a variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media.
Art Nocturne Knocke - International Art and Antiques Fair | August 5-15, 2017
Art Nocturne Knocke has become one of the most prestigious arts fairs of the European summer season. Young art lovers and experienced collectors alike appreciate the evening fair that excels for style and quality and the presence of carefully selected participants from the international forum. The dialogue between old and contemporary art responds to the call for good taste. This format was carefully designed to be a buying fair and not just an exhibition. Art Nocturne Knocke offers you an opportunity to savour art while enjoying an exclusive seaside setting at the height of summer.
La Biennale di Venezia | Venice, Italy
Archive | Art Fairs
"A set of traces of actions, the records left by a life—drawing, writing, interacting with society on personal and formal levels. In an archive, the [single document] would ideally be part of a larger body of papers including correspondence, diaries, photographs—all of which can shed light on each other." Sue Breakell