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ART TAIPEI OPENS

Asia’s longest standing art fair is set to take place in Taipei this November and is expected to draw in record-breaking crowds.

ART TAIPEI OPENS


BY

5 November, 2013


Art Taipei, formerly known as ‘Taipei Art Fair International’ will take place at the Taipei World Trade Fair from November 8 to 11 in an attempt to challenge the enormity of the group’s 2012 exhibition that gathered more than 150 galleries worldwide and delivered attendees of up top 52,000 – resulting in record high sales.

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Following their success and in line with the group’s determination to stand firm as one of the leading art fairs, Art Taipei 2013 is said to expand in both quality and quantity. More galleries from new regions are expected to attend the event which this year, aims to provide a broader view of diversified art set to satisfy global collectors.

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Previous annual events have focused on practice and presented themes such as Made By Art, which aimed to explore the interaction, confrontation and harmony between art and life and to further examine the concepts of contemporary art.

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Art Taipei 2013 presents the annual theme of After 20, 20 after, which showcases the fruitful outcomes over the course of 20 years, and demonstrates the group’s continuous passion and determination in the arts.

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The main exhibition area of Arts Taipei, Art Galleries, will feature more than 150 galleries with more than half from overseas. Exhibited works of art will be diverse with participation from a multicultural range of exhibitors. Other gallery section halls include Art Classic, New Media, Young Art Discovery, Fresh Art and Exclusive Programs. 

Art Taipei will be on show at the Taipei World Trade Centre from November 8 to 10, 2013.

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