Art Fairs / Contemporary, Fine Art & Antiques Fairs

2018 Art Fairs

2018Art FairsCountry
Jan 27-Feb 4BRAFA—Brussels Antiques & Fine Arts FairBelgium
Feb 2-5Arte FieraItaly
Feb 7-11Rotterdam Contemporary Art FairNetherlands
Feb 8-11Art RotterdamNetherlands
Feb 21-25ARCOmadridSpain
Mar 7-11VOLTA NYUSA
Mar 10-18TEFAF MaastrichtNetherlands
Mar 14-20BADA Antiques & Fine Art FairUK
Mar 21-24Art DubaiUAE
Mar 29-31Art Basel Hong KongChina
Apr 4-8KunstRAINetherlands
Apr 5-8Art Paris Art FairFrance
Apr 19-22Art BrusselsBelgium
May 3-6Frieze New YorkUSA
May 4-8TEFAF New York SpringUSA
May 11–20Art Safari BucharestRomania
May 11-Nov 24Venice BiennaleItaly
May 18-21Amsterdam Art FairNetherlands
May 24-27ArteBAArgentina
Jun 7-10Art VilniusLithuania
Jun 11-16VOLTA BaselSwitzerland
Jun 12-17Photo BaselSwitzerland
Jun 14-17Art BaselSwitzerland
Jun 28-Jul 4Masterpiece LondonUK
Jul 5-8Market Art + Design | HamptonsUSA
Aug 11-15Art Nocturne KnockeBelgium
Aug 31-Sep 2Chart Art FairDenmark
Sep 7-9CosmoscowRussia
Sep 27-30ArtRioBrazil
Sep 27-30Swab Barcelona Art FairSpain
Oct 4-7Frieze LondonUK
Oct 18-21FIACFrance
Oct 19-21Friends with Books: Art Book Fair BerlinGermany
Oct 26-29Art TaipeiChina
Oct 27-31TEFAF New York FallUSA
Nov 2-4ArtissimaItaly
Nov 8-11Shanghai Art FairChina
Nov 15-17LOOP BarcelonaSpain
Nov 17-25FeriarteSpain
Nov 18-25PAN AmsterdamNetherlands
Nov 22-25Cologne Fine ArtGermany
Dec 4-9SCOPE Miami BeachUSA
Dec 6-9PULSE Miami BeachUSA
Dec 6-9Art Basel Miami BeachUSA

The Bouvier Affair

How an artworld insider made a fortune by being discreet
The Geneva Freeport, which may be the world’s most valuable storage facility, consists of seven beige warehouses and a large grain silo in La Praille, an industrial zone a short tram ride from the city’s lakeside panorama of banks and expensive hotels. One recent morning, rain was falling on the chain-link fence that runs through the property, and snow was visible on the mountains to the south. Iris scanners, magnetic locks, and a security system known as Cerberus guard the freeport’s storerooms, whose contents are said to be insured for a hundred billion dollars, but the facility retains a blue-collar feel. There were signs to the showers. Men stood around in aprons and smoked. Everything about the place tells you to look the other way.
Read more: newyorker.com/the-bouvier-affair