The 2013 Art Basel in Miami Beach show, now in its 12th edition, will feature 258 leading international galleries, drawn from 31 countries across North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. The show presents artwork ranging from Modern masters to the latest contemporary works and includes, for the first time in Miami Beach, a sector dedicated to editioned works.
Bird view of Art Stage Singapore 2013’ （courtesy of Art Stage Singapore）
Art Stage Singapore returns in 2014 for its 4th edition with a stronger than ever showing of galleries from Singapore and the Asia Pacific region, underscoring the fair’s core Asian identity. To date, Art Stage Singapore presents over 100 galleries, of which 80% are Asia Pacific-based galleries. Art Stage Singapore takes place from 16 to 19 January 2014 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention.
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Justin Lim, Forgotten Paradise, 2013, Acrylic on canvas, 182x152cm
Art Stage Singapore presents art in context with its country and regional Platforms at its 2014 edition of the fair. Seven country and regional Platforms – Southeast Asia, India, China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and Australia – will feature artists’ works curated to fit into the contemporary art landscapes of each country or region. These curated sales exhibitions are a new component of Art Stage Singapore 2014, in addition to its general fair booths. The Platforms also offer art collectors and enthusiasts the opportunity to discover tomorrow’s leading lights. Art Stage Singapore will be collaborating with experts in the art scenes of the respective countries like curators, galleries and advisors to guide the exhibition presentation of the Platforms.
Art Stage 2013 Entrance Arch 1 Courtesy Art Stage
Art Stage Singapore breaks new ground with the announcement of its latest fair component. To be held from 16 to 19 January (Vernissage on 15 January) at Marina Bay Sands, Art Stage Singapore 2014 will introduce country/ region-specific Platforms in collaboration with galleries and curators.
Art Basel 2013 | Impression
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The 44th edition of Art Basel closed on Sunday, June 16, 2013, with galleries reporting exceptionally strong sales across all levels, as Basel once again became the central meeting place for the international art world.
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Katsura Funakoshi, 'the Sphinx Sees Wars', 2005
TABLOID GALLERY is going to hold Katsura Funakoshi Exhibiton from June 25, 2013. The exhibition will mainly feature three-dimentional works of the 1990's to 2000's along with drawings on which wooden sculptures are based and printings.
Outside View © Art Basel 2012
Art Basel announced the details of its 44th edition in Basel, Switzerland, taking place June 13 to June 16, 2013. This year, 304 leading international galleries will present 11 decades of work, ranging from the Modern period of the early 20th century to the most contemporary.This year, many elements of the show will be housed within the new extension of Hall 1, designed by internationally renowned Basel architects Herzog & de Meuron and directly sited on Messeplatz. While the previously existing part of Hall 1 will be given completely over to Unlimited, the Statements and Magazines sectors, and the auditorium for the Conversations and Salon series, will be sited within the new state of the art exhibition hall.
Angola awarded Golden Lion for the Best National Participation, Tino Sehgal awarded Golden Lion for the Best Artist in the International Exhibition, Camille Henrot awarded Silver Lion for a Promising Young Artist in the International Exhibition
(From left to right): Cosmin Costinas, Outset Curator of Contemporary Art and Executive Director of Para/Site Art Space; Mihai Pop from Galeria Plan B; Alexandra Munroe, Samsung Senior Curator of Asian Art at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Navid Nuur, one of the winning artists; Mihaele Lutea from Galeria Plan B; Elaine Ng, Editor and Publisher of ArtAsiaPacific Magazine; Magnus Renfrew, Director Asia of Art Basel
At the 55th International Art Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia, the exhibition of Japan pavilion (the solo show of Koki Tanaka, Committed by the Japan Foundation) was awarded Special Mention for National Participations in which 88 countries participate.