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Palpable Momentum Felt at EXPO Chicago

by Robin Dluzen on September 21, 2014
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When EXPO Chicago started in 2012, the popular opinion was that President and Director Tony Karman had five years to make this fair great. If he couldn’t, it was likely dead in the water. This weekend marked year three of the midwest fair, and exhibitors and attendees remarked on the palpable momentum. 19 Chicago galleries participated, the highest number yet, and EXPO continued to draw galleries from around the world, including repeat exhibitors like New York’s CRG Gallery who has been on board all three years, and Diana Lowenstein Gallery of Miami, who has been exhibiting at Chicago fairs every year since the 90s.

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Fresh Links!

by Art Fag City on October 21, 2008

ArtCal – Chelsea – CRG Gallery – Lisa Sanditz, Sock City Opens Thursday. Recommended.

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Art Basel Miami Beach 2013 In-n-Out

by Hannah Garner on September 5, 2013
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Here we go again: Art Basel Miami Beach 2013 just released the names of this year’s exhibitors. Though the list runs about as long as last year’s (258 in 2013, 257 in 2012), the fair has added Edition, a new section of 13 art publishers that includes New York’s Pace Prints and Two Palms. And though there are some Western European additions (mostly from Berlin), Art Basel’s press release notes that nearly half of this year’s exhibitors are from the Americas, making the Miami Beach show “the premier destination for galleries from the United States and Latin America.” That includes a couple more local Florida galleries and Chicago’s Corbett vs. Dempsey, which was added to the Nova section.

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ADAA’s The Art Show 2013 Exhibitor List

by Corinna Kirsch on January 30, 2013
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This year marks the 25th anniversary of The Art Show, the quiet, but sophisticated upper east side fair hosted by the members-only Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA). This year’s fair will welcome 72 galleries inside the vaulted walls of the Park Avenue Armory, and it will take place from March 6 – 10, 2013.

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Frieze In-and-Out

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on January 28, 2013
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Frieze New York has released their list of fair exhibitors, so we took the liberty of charting exhibitor movement in and out of the fair. Expect a slightly more upscale fair without much change in size. Their debut last year included 180 “of the most exciting contemporary art galleries working today,” whereas this March,we’ll see “a carefully selected presentation of over 180 of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries.” They can’t expand their tent—it’s apparently as large as legally possible—so the bulk of the changes we’ll see won’t be with the shape of the floor plan, but rather who’s on it.

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The Armory: In-N-Out

by The AFC Staff on January 7, 2013
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Here at AFC we like to carry on traditions worth repeating. One such tradition is Art Market Views’s annual summation of galleries joining and leaving the fairs. Editor Lindsay Pollock is now Art in America’s Editor-in-Chief, so we’re picking up this one up in her absence and, as it happens, just in time for the Armory show.

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September Preview Week: Chelsea Openings

by The AFC Staff on September 5, 2012
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It’s September. It’s time for some art. This week, AFC is going to give it to you Shark Week-style with a preview of the first fall art openings, and every day we’ll give you a new preview based on neighborhood. We’ve chosen what should be good, and what should be on your radar. Today’s post: everything in Chelsea you should know about in the month of September.

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AFC Talks to Dealers About the ADAA Versus The Armory

by Corinna Kirsch on March 9, 2012
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New York City's longest-running fair, The Art Show is a small gem and a successful fair, if for no other reason than a steady stream of return customers. Art Fag City spoke with several galleries who show at both The Armory Show and The Art Show and asked them why they prefer showing at each venue.

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