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Thousands flock to Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair with millions made for local art industries

Pottery, paintings and pandanus mats detailing stories from First Nations artists across the country have drawn large crowds at the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF). A major event for art lovers around Australia, the fair is held every year at the Darwin Entertainment Centre as a way for talented Indigenous artists to bring their unique pieces to one central location and share their stories with the public. This year's event is ...

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Design Miami Is Cancelling What Would Have Been Its First Paris Fair After Officials Deny Its Planned Site on Place de la Concorde

While art fairs have come roaring back as cities around the world continue to recover from the pandemic, a surprise turn of events has scuttled the first-ever planned edition of the prestigious Design Miami fair in Paris: a permit refusal from a police official. According to the French newspaper Le Monde, on July 29, the city’s new police commissioner, Laurent Nunez, said that the ...

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‘The Public Is Ready’: A New Art Fair in a 5-Star Hotel in Warsaw Hopes to Draw In Poland’s Bright, Young Base of Collectors

Warsaw will have its first contemporary art fair in a hotel this September to cater a growing number of young collectors and art aficionados in Poland emerging from the post-Communist era, despite being haunted by the shadow of an ongoing war nearby. Running from September 9 to 11 (with the first day as the preview day), the first edition of Hotel Warszawa Art Fair ...

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Court Overturns Prior Ruling that Photos of Picasso’s Art Was Fair Use

A longstanding legal battle that surrounds photographs of Pablo Picasso’s paintings has just had a fresh twist after the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit overturned a lower court’s ruling that reproduction of the images was fair use. Remarkably, the case has been rumbling on across two millenniums as it was first heard in a French court in 1998. The litigation ...

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‘Our Idea Here in Ibiza Is to Mix Business and Pleasure’: A New Island Art Fair Woos Visitors With Evening Hours and a Resident D.J.

Ibiza is not typically known for art. As one of the world’s preeminent clubbing destinations, the island has a reputation as a hedonistic party paradise, which makes the rarified, sometimes sterile atmosphere of Europe’s art galleries seem like a world away.  But that’s beginning to change, thanks in part to CAN (Contemporary Art Now), a new art fair that took place on the Balearic ...

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Volery Gallery at CAN Art Fair Ibiza 2022 – StreetArtNews

Volery Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in Contemporary Art Now, Ibiza (CAN). The fair focuses on the Now and solely on the latest happenings in the contemporary art world.Volery Gallery’s main aim is to offer the Middle East exposure to the latest happenings in the international art world, exhibiting and collaborating with artists and galleries representing the New Contemporary wave.Volery will exhibit ...

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Coral Expeditions and Cairns Indigenous Art Fair Continue Partnership

Coral Expeditions will remain a major partner of the Collectors and Curators program at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair for the sixth straight year in 2022, according to a press release. Through this collaboration, art buyers and gallery curators from major national and international institutions can travel on the Coral Expeditions ships to discover the artistic heritage of remote communities. Starting from September 2022, ...

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Kiaf Seoul Art Fair Names 164 Exhibitors for 21st Edition – ARTnews.com

As South Korea’s art market continues its ascent, Kiaf Seoul, the country’s longest-running art fair, has named the exhibitor for this year’s edition, which is set to receive greater international attention than past ones. That is in part because Frieze Seoul will host its inaugural edition in the Korean capital this year, running concurrently with Kiaf, from September 3 to September 6, with a ...

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Bo’ness Children’s Fair Festival art competition winner

The winning picture was a drawing of Kinniel House by Julia Krupowicz of St Mary’s RC Primary School.Children were invited to submit a picture that celebrated the 'Best of Bo'ness'. Entries were submitted in the Bakkavor marquee during the Fair and all the junior art pieces were exhibited throughout the day.Kirk Connor of Bakkavor Salads in Bo'ness said: "The art competition was a great ...

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