Art Fairs in March 2024

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Art Fairs in March 2024

Dive into a captivating journey through the diverse and ever-evolving landscape of contemporary art at the March 2024 Art Fairs, where creativity thrives and innovation knows no bounds.

ARCOmadrid 6 - 10 March 2024
The exhibition this year will showcase the current international art scene in a broad dialogue with Spanish art. In 2024, it will hold its 43rd edition with the Caribbean at its core. Alongside the General Programme, ARCOmadrid presents 3 curated sections.
Through a careful selection of artists and galleries, the research theme for 2024 will be ‘The shore, the tide, the current: an oceanic Caribbean’ (curated by Carla Acevedo-Yates and Sarah Herrmann Morera), which offers a possible reading of the complex and fertile intersection between land and sea that emerges from and towards the shore.
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TEFAF Maastricht 9 - 14 March 2024
This year TEFAF showcases 270 of the finest dealers and galleries from 22 countries. Alongside the traditional areas of Old Master paintings, antiques, and classical antiquities that cover approximately half of the fair, one can also find modern and contemporary art, photography, jewellery, 20th-century design, and works on paper.
Remarkably, for its 2024 edition the art fair launches "TEFAF Focus". This new section provides galleries with a unique curatorial platform to explore the work of a single artist or concept in depth. Among 2024 TEFAF Focus participants: Sean Kelly (US); Charles Ede (UK); Ceysson & Bénétière (Fr); Mayoral (Sp); Galerie Mitterrand (Fr); Bowman Sculpture (UK); Ketabi Bourdet (Fr); Altomani & Sons (It); Galerie Pascal Lansberg (Fr) and Galerie Pauline Pavec (Fr).”
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Art Basel Hong Kong28 - 30 March 2024
Art Basel Hong Kong returns to full scale with a 2024 edition featuring 243 premier international galleries and a vibrant programme. This year an additional 66 exhibitors are joining the fair compared to 2023, which speaks of a return to pre-pandemic figures.
Galleries from 40 countries and territories across Asia, Europe, North and Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa will present artworks from 20th-century masters to established contemporary artists and today’s exciting emerging artists’ works.
Discoveries, dedicated to solo presentations by emerging artists, will feature 22 galleries this year. A number of presentations will address the complex topics of urban development and the shifting nature of public space in the times we live in.
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