Art & Collectors


Zona Maco 2018, the Mexican Art Market and Its Art Collectors Scene 

Always swinging between extremes of wealth and poverty, Mexico and its complex political, social and cultural situation definitely reflects on the arts and makes them flourishing towards an edgy creativity. On a slow but steady rise through the last decades, Mexico City and its contemporary art scene has recently become a fierce rival to New York and Paris, gaining more and more the attention from independent curators, international gallerists, art writers and collectors. Although Monterrey, Tijuana, Guadalajara and Oaxaca have an interesting art scene worth seeing.

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artgene_768_ve_2018_logoArtgenève 2018, the Swiss Art Market and Its Art Collectors Scene

Artgenève is about to launch its 7th edition by the Geneva Lake shores, establishing itself as a high end contemporary and modern art fair. We are so excited to share a curated selection of the most interesting artists and galleries in our Art Super artgenève Collectors Guide, out now. Besider, together with the super known Art Basel and its satellites (Scope, Volta, Liste), Art International Zurich and Kunst Zurich, we have a first overview of what the art market – on the art fair scene side – in Switzerland looks like.

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Condo London 2018 Edition: What’s Next?

Turn off the lights, lift the curtains up: the new art-fair alternative Condo is about to launch its 3rd edition with the upcoming preview weekend (13/14 January, 12-6 pm). Sync your agendas, then: this uber-curated event, gathering 17 London-based galleries hosting 27 of their international contemporaries, will run until February 10th 2018.

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