After a relaunch in 2012, VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary returns for its ninth edition. From 10 until 13 October the international art fair will take over the city of Vienna. This year there will be new participants, including three from Berlin; Galerie Crone, Galerie Christian Ehrentraut, and Galerie Nordenhake – along with Regina Gallery from Moscow, Galerie Clemens Gunzer and ribordy contemporary from Switzerland and Division of Labour from Great Britain. Also in attendance will be young galleries from Eastern and Southeastern Europe.
VIENNAFAIR this year hosts an extensive programme for all art enthusiasts. The galleries involved are given an optimal platform to present artworks. In order to continue Vienna’s reputation as a city of encounters and where ideas are exchanged, there will be an extensive educational and discussion programme that presents both art collectors and enthusiasts from all age groups the opportunity to learn about the newest trends in the art world. The fair encourages a mix of art viewing, information and participation.
Besides the educational programme there will be special presentations with innovative art institutions. Joining with several partners, including OMV, BM:UKK and Erste Bank, the events support emerging Austrian artists.
For more information of the fair visit www.viennafair.at. VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary, 10-13 October, Messe Wien, Hall A, Entrance A, 1020 Vienna.
1. Galerie Clemens Gunzer Titlisstrasse 29, 8006 Zürich, Switzerland www.clemensgunzer.com, Tatjana Doll, Pikt_Isotyp_A – Pikt_Isotyp_Z, 2010, Lack auf Leinwand, Courtesy Tatjana Doll, Galerie Clemens Gunzer, Clemens Gunzer.
Posted on 2 October 2013