/ Taipei Dangdai

Following the significant success of the inaugural edition of Taipei Dangdai, the Fair returns to Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, features over 90 leading galleries from Asia and across the world as well as the very best galleries from Taiwan.

The participating galleries will show in three core sectors, “Galleries”, “Young Galleries”, and “Solos”, presenting, leading galleries, galleries founded within the last eight years, and singular focused presentations by emerging artists and exceptional contemporary and historical creative figures.

A special "Salon" sector provides a platform for both established collectors and those who are newer to buying art with a dedicated area within the Fair, where all the artworks are priced below 8,000 USD.

- Installations
The Installations sector spread throughout the Fair celebrates the full spectrum of artists’ ambitions with large scale or immersive projects beyond the capacity of a standard fair booth presentation.

- Ideas program
Co-curated by Chang Tieh-Chih, the Ideas program is a series of talks and panel discussions centering around Technology, Ecology, Pop and Tradition. Speakers include
Mami Kataoka, Leo Tsai, Huang Sheng-Yuan and Christopher Le Brun.

- Kids Program
The Fair also offers tours for kids. Through a range of activities, Little Art will help to cultivate an early appreciation of art.

- Guided Tours
Taipei Contemporary Art Center offers a series of guided tours to introduce Fair highlights of major significance.

Whether you want a leisurely meal, or just a coffee and a light snack or even a glass of champagne and some seafood, the Fair offers something to suit every taste. The Moët & Chandon Champagne and Seafood Bar is brought to you by VG Taipei, with a range of tantalizing seafood dishes and fabulous champagne. The Fair also has a bespoke pop-up restaurant and bar offering a range of local dishes and global comfort food.

SEE ART, LOVE ART, BUY ART. Taipei Dangdai celebrates the city’s unique and dynamic arts scene, while highlighting global creativity and the increasing importance of the wider art market in Asia.

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© Taipei Dangdai

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Caption: Spencer Finch, “Color Test – 72”, 2019, LED lightbox and Fujitrans (diptych), Painting, 81.3 x 81.3 cm (each), Courtesy of the artist and Lisson Gallery

Caption: Tomona Matsukawa, “Take me somewhere”, oil on panel, 2019, 27.3 x 19 cm, Courtesy of the Artist and Yuka Tsuruno Gallery