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NEW YORK TIMES: AT FUTURE FAIR, DISCOVERING EMERGING AND UNDERSUNG PLAYERS

The new art fair wants to be a "change agent" with more collaboration, global locations and a hyperlocal New York scene.

ARTSY: 22 ARTISTS TO DISCOVER AT NEW YORK'S SEPTEMBER FAIRS

Future Fair exhibiting artists; Anneke Eussen, Deb Sokolov and Layo Bright, Mario Joyce, Marryam Moma, Tristram Landsdowne named among top artists to discover at New York's September fairs.

6 SALONS ET 300 EXPOSANTS: L'ARMORY WEEK JOUE LE REBOND


Une semaine intense avec pas moins de six foires: L'Armory Show, bien sûr, mais aussi Independent, Spring Break Art Show, Art on Paper, Future Fair et Clio Art Fair


THE NEW YORK TIMES WEEKEND ROUNDUP: 5 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND

The New York Times selects The Future Fair Holiday Market as the first event in their weekend arts roundup. Appearing online and in print on December 18, 2020.

REVIEW: A LOOK AT THE FUTURE FAIR, JUXTAPOZ 

[Future Fair’s] approach resulted in a vibrant, coherent lineup of galleries, attracting a wide range of exciting, young artists who are shaping the future of the art world. With presentations available online between May 6th and June 6th through Artsy, Future Fair quickly found an alternative approach for their concept.

 

FUTURE FAIR GOES ONLINE IN PLACE OF INAUGURAL NEW YORK SHOW, FAD MAGAZINE 

Future Fair announced the launch of Future Fair Online last week with an exhibition and program developed as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic causing the postponement of the inaugural New York show.

 

FUTURE FAIR REVEALS EXHIBITORS FOR INAUGURAL EDITION, ARTNEWS

Among the participating galleries are El Apartamento (of Havana), 1969 Gallery (New York), Ochi Projects (Los Angeles), and Alberta Pane (Paris and Venice), and project spaces include Detroit Presents (Detroit), Matèria (Rome), and Suburbia Contemporary (Granada and Cape Town).

 

A NEW ART FAIR MAKES EXHIBITORS AN UNUSUAL OFFER: A CUT OF ITS PROFITS, ARTNEWS

As small and medium-sized galleries have shuttered at an alarming rate in recent years, many of their owners have pointed to the high price—and huge risk—of participating in art fairs. Now one startup thinks it has found a more sustainable model for dealers.

 

SHARING THE WEALTH? A NEW ART FAIR PLANS TO SPLIT PROFITS WITH DEALERS WHEN IT LAUNCHES IN NEW YORK NEXT YEAR, ARTNET

For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.

 

FUTURE FAIR HOPES TO USE A NEW PROFIT-SHARING MODEL TO ALLEVIATE RISK FOR DEALERS, ARTSY

The participating galleries, a maximum of 36, will equally split 35 percent of the fair’s profits, which they can either take in cash, use to sponsor another gallery’s participation in the future, or get a credit toward the fair next year.

 

PAIRING GALLERIES AND SPLITTING THE PROFITS: HOW A NEW ART FAIR AIMS TO CHANGE THE GAME, THE OBSERVER

The average contemporary art fair can feel a bit more like a meat market than a refined, curated experience. Future Fair offers a corrective for the current fair ecosystem by bringing in galleries as partners to create the feel of a swanky salon or sophisticated kunsthalle.

 

THE FUTURE FAIR, A NEW ART FAIR WITH A PROFIT-SHARING BUSINESS MODEL, ARTFORUM

The Future Fair, a new art fair with a profit-sharing business model, will hold its inaugural edition in New York at Chelsea’s Canoe Studios during Frieze week next year.

 

FUTURE FAIR VEUT REDISTRIBUER UNE PARTIE DE SES BÉNÉFICES AUX GALERIES, THE ART NEWSPAPER FRANCE

Une nouvelle foire d’art contemporain doit bientôt voir le jour à New York. Future Fair, dont la première édition est prévue du 7 au 9 mai 2020, pendant Frieze New York, tranche dans son concept avec les autres manifestations.

 

UNA NUOVA FIERA D'ARTE INAUGURA A NEW YORK, EXIBART

Le fiere d’arte stanno diventando sempre più costose e affollate. Per le piccole e medie gallerie, i rischi e le spese sono ormai insostenibili, schiacciate dai grandi nomi del mercato dell’arte.

 

A PROFIT-SHARING COMMUNITY FOSTERING GALLERY SUSTAINABILITY AND COLLABORATION, HAPPENING

Participating in fairs can incur substantial costs for galleries, a commitment of funding which may result in significant loss if collectors and potential buyers do not show interest.