Jackson Pollock inspired art and twisted imagination by Damien Hirst at the third edition of the Tokyo International Art Fair

THE PREVIEW

"It's amazing what you can do with an E in A-Level art, a twisted imagination and a chainsaw." Damien Hirst a successful and controversial artist, born in England. His works, which include dead animal displays and spin-art paintings, have sold for exceptionally high prices. The InVogue Art Gallery (London) will be exhibiting some famous 'Skull' pieces by the well-known artist, a true must-see at the third edition of the Tokyo International Art Fair 26-27 May 2017 at Hikarie Hall, Shibuya

Some other highlights of this year's TIAF 2017

Jackson Pollock inspired artist Ben Alan is a Parisian abstract artist expressionist currently living in Dubai. He has the ambition of painting the feeling of success and motivation. “All my paintings are a sum up of personal development books”. To access success and motivation by visuals of colourful and positive images.

Ben Alan

Ben Alan

Painter Anastasia Schipanova (Russia) style has evolved beyond the traditional framework of abstractionism, expressionism and symbolism. She describes her own style as ‘energo-abstractionism’.  Tokyo born artist Keiko Imaizumi (Canada) was selected as the official Photographer for the Japanese Royal Family’s visit to Canada in 2007. Her latest series focuses on using metallic prints, DiBond aluminum boards and plexi glass to share an original and unique perspective that cannot be captured or represented on a computer.

Sun Gallery New York will be representing the works of Mengdi Cheng - The artist explore and express her inner thoughts and feeling through colors, strikes and lines. Swedish artist Ewa Borin famous for her oil paintings to be her pièces de résistance. Ewa aims to convey positive energy and radiate confidence through her art. Something to come and see for yourself at the art fair.

The young Latin American Artist Natasha Estanga began painting at the short age of 7 years old. She became double winner of the Ibero-american Art Fair in Caracas (FIA) in 2007 and 2008. And has been awarded with the Ashta Art Academy prize in Moscow in 2011. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Olivia Kapoor has an associate's degree in art and was the 2009 National Award Winner of the American Red Cross art competition. Olivia prefers to call her paintings a representation of "Psychedelic Abstraction".

Keiko Imaizumi

Keiko Imaizumi

"Life is beautiful” is a phrase that clearly applies to street artist Thierry Guetta, aka Mr. Brainwash. In just a matter of years, he went from spray-painting alleyways to selling art installations worth thousands. He even collaborated with pop star Madonna.

These artists are among the more than 112 showing their work at this year’s fair, which takes place on May 26 and 27. The event aims to showcase both rookie and veteran artists, as well as create chances for networking and buying the art on display.

As the fair runs on two days, it will also be split into private and public viewings. First up is the private, which costs ¥1,500. That provides potential buyers with first pick of the art on offer and includes a serving of Champagne. The public viewing is free, but a lot of people are expected to show up: the inaugural Tokyo International Art Fair last year welcomed more than 10,000 guests.

Dates & Times:
Friday 26th May 2017 : 18.00pm - 21.00pm
Including Champagne Reception, Private View and first opportunity to buy art.

Saturday 27th May 2017 : 11.00am - 19.00pm
Live painting, Buy Art Show, Global Art Awards Ceremony (18.00pm) FREE ENTRY

Tickets: Available here

Venue: SHIBUYA HIKARIE  |  HIKARIE HALL 9F. 2-21-1 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan zip 150-8510

Website: www.tokyoartfair.com

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TIAF 2017 | Press Release Japanese Version

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グローバルアートエージェンシー

2017年3月14日

現代アートの国際的なプラットフォーム、グローバルアートエージェンシー(The GAA Ltd. 本部:イギリス)主催による「TOKYO INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2017」が 5月26日(金)と 27日(土)に開催。渋谷ヒカリエ9階「ヒカリエホール

に世界35カ国以上の国々から 150名以上のアーティストやギャラリーが言語や文化の垣根を越えて集まります。

 

5月26日(金)には、招待者およびチケット購入者が参加できるレセプションパーティーを開きます。翌日 27日(土) は、どなたでも無料でご入場していただき、作品の展示・販売やアートショーを開催。また18時より「Global Art Award」授賞式を執り行う予定です。
 

「TOKYO INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR」(TIAF)初開催の2015年は原宿クエストホールに二日間で6,000人以上が、昨年は表参道ヒルズに二日間で7,000人以上の来場者が集まり、出展アーティストと共に現代アートの祭典を盛り上げました。日本において三度目の開催となる今年は、会場を渋谷ヒカリエ9階「ヒカリエホール

に移して更にバージョンアップ!来場者がそれぞれの趣味嗜好に合った作品を手ごろな値段で購入して持ち帰ることができる、アートファン至極の二日間を実現するために準備を進めています。

 

GAA日本代表の丸橋聡は「今年は新たに「ヒカリエホール

というアート展示に最適な会場で開催できることを非常に喜ばしく思っています」とコメントしています。

 

当日は、現代アートを生で体感していただくために、絵画・彫刻・写真・イラスト・ジュエリーといった多様な作品の展示・販売に加え、ライブペインティングやミュージックショーなども開催いたします。

 

GAA代表のナタル・ヴァルヴェは「昨年は7千人もの来場者を迎え、多くの方々に作品を購入いただき、出展者、来場者ともに非常に満足度の高いイベントになりました。三度目のTIAF開催は必然だと考え、世界中のアートファンを迎えるために最適な会場で開催できるようベストを尽くしました」と、GAA共同代表のジョエル・ディナージェは「これまでTIAFに参加された著名アーティスト達に加え、今年も新しい才能を迎え入れます。もちろん、一昨年から毎回参加し、大きな反響を得ているMr. Brainwash(ミスター・ブレインウォッシュ)や、「ステロイド注入されたアンディ・ウォーホル」と称されるShane Bowden(シェーン・ボーデン)など、現代アートのスター達も参加します」とコメントしています。

 

現在、TIAF2017出展者の最終受付・選考を行っています。出展希望される方は公式サイト(http://www.tokyoartfair.com/)をご参照ください。

 

【イベント概要】

 

名称:TOKYO INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2017

会場:渋谷ヒカリエ9F「ヒカリエホール」

住所:東京都渋谷区渋谷2-21-1

 

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日時:2017年5月26日(金)午後 6時〜午後 9時

内容:シャンパンレセプション、ライブペインティング、アートショー

 

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日時:2017年5月27日(土)午前 11時〜午後 7時(入場無料)

内容:作品の展示・販売、アートショー、Global Art Award授賞式

 

主な参加アーティスト:

シンクレア・ワトキンス(アメリカ)、シェーン・ボーデン(オーストラリア)、ミスター・ブレインウォッシュ(フランス)、ニューヨークギャラリー(日本)、「クリスタル&グラム

ギャラリー(日本)、ジャ・シャンタン(台湾)、シンジ・ホリムラ(日本)、レイチェル・ホープ・アラン

(ニュージーランド)、アナ・テオドロール(タイ)、ジャンニ・コルダ(イタリア)、ユアン・モロニ(アルゼンチン)、アンジェリカ・カール(ドイツ)、アド-リフレックス(南アフリカ)、シェン・フンリン(台湾)、エル・ミエド(チリ)、ユリ・ザタライン(メキシコ)、ケーシー・フリーマン(オーストラリア)、ベン・アラン(UAE)、他、

 

▼公式サイト: http://www.tokyoartfair.com/

▼公式facebookページ: https://www.facebook.com/tokyoartfair

 

 

Tokyo International Art Fair 2017 - Press Release

Building on the success of the first and second edition - the GAA Ltd also known as the Global Art Agency are organising the third Tokyo International Art Fair for 26 & 27 May 2017 at an amazing new venue "Hikarie Shibuya" which is located in the heart of Shibuya.

More than 150 exhibitors from over 35 countries will be filling the Hikarie Hall in 9F at the Hikarie Shibuya venue with an incredible display of contemporary art and thousands of artworks for sale. Organisers Natal Vallvé and his business partner Joëlle Dinnage from the Global Art Agency are making the fantastic (free) two-day art extravaganza a versatile art happening for the locals of Tokyo. A huge variety of artworks, offering every visitor something to suit their style, all in an affordable price-range to buy and to take home on the day.

Satoshi Maruhashi who is part of the organisation says: "I am extremely happy with the new venue, it will be a better atmosphere to display art."

On show will be paintings, sculptures, photography art, illustrations, printmaking, and jewellery, with a live painting and music show at the event.

“Almost 7000 people visited the event last year and lot of sales happened, so everyone was very satisfied. There was no doubt to organise a third edition, and we have worked very hard to get a bretter new venue in one of Tokyo's hotspots attracting art aficionado's from all over the world." said organiser Natal Vallvé.

"We have new talent exhibiting this year as well as some known names that exhibited other year, and of course there are the famous names such as Mr Brainwash who will showing, as well as Shane Bowden - also known as the Andy Warhol on steroids - who did very well last year." said organiser Joëlle Dinnage.

Ben Alan 

Ben Alan 

HIGHLIGHTS: Sinclair Watkins (USA), Shane Bowden (Australia), Mr Brainwash (France), New York Art Gallery (Japan), Krystal Glam Art Gallery (Japan), Ja Shang Tang (Taiwan), Shinji Horimura (Japan), Rachel Hope Allan (New Zealand), Hannah Theodorou (Thailand), Gianni Corda (Italy), Juan Moroni (Argentina), Angelika Kahl (Germany), AD-Reflex (South Africa), Shen Fung Lin (Taiwan), El Miedo (Chile), Yuri Zatarain (Mexico), Casey Freeman (Australia), Ben Alan (United Arab Emirates), Alisa Rawls (USA), Keiko Imaizumi (Canada), La Galerie De L'Instant (France), and many more...

Casey Freeman

Casey Freeman

The fair opens on Friday 26th May with a private view and Vernissage for invitees only starting at 18.00pm to 21.00pm (limited tickets are also available to purchase online). On Saturday 27th May the art fair is open to the public from 11.00am to 19.00pm with the Global Art Awards happening at 18.00pm that day announcing the best Artist of the fair.

Tickets to the Tokyo International Art Fair 2017 are free and can be booked online by going to their website www. tokyoartfair.com The event takes place from Friday 26th May to Saturday 27th May 2017 at HIKARIE SHIBUYA, Hikarie Hall 9F, 2 Chome-21-1 Shibuya, Tokyo 150-8510, Japan.

For more information about the event and to visit please visit www.tokyoartfair.com

 

Success for second Tokyo International Art Fair 2016 - Omotesando Hills

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More than 8000 art aficionados were eager to enter through the doors of Omotesando Hills over the weekend (Friday 13th and Saturday 14th May 2016) as Tokyo city hosted the second Tokyo International Art Fair organised by the Global Art Agency (GAA Ltd).

The Space-O hall at the venue was arranged to perfection with over 150 artist and gallery stands from over 30 countries from around the world. The atmosphere was charged with positive vibes as visitors took in the wide range of original art available and took pieces they had purchased home.

Visitors were sipping away on Martini Champagne and Bombay Sapphire Cocktails sponsored by Bacardi Japan, whilst looking around to invest into a piece of original art.

Exhibitor Sabet from California sold one of his original paintings "Snow Monkey" for a substantial price of ¥1,300,000. He said; "Thank you to Global Art Agency for giving me a platform to sell here at the Tokyo International Art Fair - it has been amazing and I'll forever be grateful to the GAA team! Can't wait till next year!"

Tahe D from Tahiti said; "Thanks to this event I have sold my art and most importantly I am now sponsored by Air Tahiti and Tropical Vision. It has been amazing!" 

Ernesto Heen who was represented at the Digital Art Showcase: "Thank you for the great Tokyo International Art Fair. Promoting my work that was shown on the Digital Art Screens even if I couldn’t be there in person. I look forward to the next occasion and would like to congratulate all participating artists and the GAA Art Event Team for their great work." 

Frank van der Meijden from the Netherlands sold completely out after he met a collector coming all the way from Spain to the event. "I am over the moon, I had one of the biggest stands and I completely sold out. Big thanks to the organisation."

Frank wasn't the only one that sold out. Shane Bowden (Australia, living in San Diego) represented by the New York Gallery (Japan) sold also completely out and was one of the highlights of the show. 

Visitors also enjoyed the Me-Fie booth were they could create long-lasting TIAf 2016 memories in the form of selfies with special effects. 

The Contemporary Art of Excellence Book Volume II was in populair demand at the event, with over 150 books sold at the fair to collectors coming from as far as United States, Singapore and Hong Kong.  

The weekend culminated in the announcement on Saturday afternoon of the winner of the "Best Tokyo International Art Fair Artist" in show by both the panel of judges and members of the public.

First place went to August Vilella (Barcelona) who creates oil paintings by means of a surreal-intuitive method. Second place went to Sezon Art Gallery (Tokyo), and third price to Shingo420 (Tokyo). The Facebook competition winner voted by the public went to Babtiste Tavernier

Organisers of the fair; Satoshi Maruhashi, Joëlle Dinnage and Natal Vallvé from the Global Art Agency added their appreciation to the city’s reaction to the event and the enthusiasm they found from artists and visitors alike.

“TIAF 2016 was a great success not only for the big amount of visitors and sales, but also for the fine selection of exhibitors from all around the world. It was a window of what's going on in the Contemporary Art world nowadays due the best artists from different countries from around the world represented the style, the concept and new languages from each country showing the different personalities in the art world." Natal Vallvé said.

Joëlle Dinnage organiser added: "I am extremely happy with the sales this year, it has exceeded last year's event in Tokyo. The first prize winner of this year's Best TIAF Artist Award August Vilella is in the process of selling 3 artworks worth $45,000 in total. This is a substantial amount for an individual emerging artist, and shows how much new talent is out there that has huge potential. Seeing the exhibitors so fulfilled makes us very happy." 

“We’ll be back for more in 2017 and are already planning next year’s event,” Satoshi Maruhashi said.

For more information on next year’s Tokyo International Art Fair and other forthcoming events, please visit www.tokyoartfair.com or www.globalartagency.com Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GlobalArtAgency and follow us on Twitter
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Press contacts:
Satoshi Maruhahi agent@globalartagency.com
 

PREVIEW BY THE JAPAN TIMES - TIAF 2016

Tokyo International Art Fair 2016 | Omotesando Hills

"Life is beautiful” is a phrase that clearly applies to street artist Thierry Guetta, aka Mr. Brainwash. In just a matter of years, he went from spray-painting alleyways to selling art installations worth thousands. He even collaborated with pop star Madonna.

Life is just as beautiful for painter Dawn Ward, aka Sunrise Welward Art. Last year she traveled to Tokyo from Okinawa for the Tokyo International Art Fair, sold most of her paintings there, and afterward received queries from galleries and potential clients.

Both artists are among the more than 150 showing their work at this year’s fair, which takes place on May 13 and 14. The event aims to showcase both rookie and veteran artists, as well as create chances for networking and buying the art on display.

As the fair runs on two days, it will also be split into private and public viewings. First up is the private, which costs ¥1,500. That provides potential buyers with first pick of the art on offer and includes a serving of Champagne. The public viewing is free, but a lot of people are expected to show up: the inaugural Tokyo International Art Fair last year welcomed more than 6,000 guests.

In addition to Mr. Brainwash and Sunrise Welward Art, keep an eye out for artists such as Michael Lam, the New York-based artist famous for his single stroke calligraphy, and Shane Bowden, who has been described as “Andy Warhol on steroids.” London-based director James Skeritt will be using this year’s art fair to unveil two new films, “Sleeping” and “What is 9thWaveGallery.” Both pieces feature the works of Japanese, Hawaiian and Irish artists. (Drew Bateman).

Dates & Times:
Friday 13th May 2016 : 18.00pm - 21.00pm
Including Champagne Reception, Private View and first opportunity to buy art.

Saturday 14th May 2016 : 11.00am - 19.00pm
Live painting, Buy Art Show, Global Art Awards Ceremony (18.00pm) FREE ENTRY

Tickets: Available here

Venue: Omotesando Hills, Main Building, B3F SPACE O. 4-12-10 Jingumae,Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001 JAPAN

Website: www.tokyoartfair.com

ARTICLE SOURCE

Tokyo International Art Fair 2016 - Omotesando Hills

Satoshi Maruhashi - Global Art Agency

Satoshi Maruhashi - Global Art Agency

昨年、大成功を収めたアートフェア-TOKYO INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR- が今年もまた5月13日(金)、14日(土)の2日間において、東京のシャンゼリゼと呼ぶに相応しい青山、表参道ヒルズを舞台に開催される。

30カ国以上、150名を越える参加アーティストの現代アートが販売作品として、表参道ヒルズ B3スペース オーに集約される。

このフェアを主催するジョエル・ディナガとナタル、そして日本でのオルガナイザーを

務めるSatochiMaruhashi(丸橋聡)がこの2日間において、日本の人たちへ言語や文化の垣根を越えた、グローバルなアート感覚を伝えようとしています。

世界の“今”の現代アートを手に入れることができるアートフェアTIAF2016に是非、足を運んで自分が求めているスタイルを見つけてもらいたい。

このアートフェアの見所は、単なる観るだけの展覧会でなく、その場で海外の作家と話しながら、作品を購入するができるという楽しみがある。販売作品には絵画はもちろん、彫刻、写真、イラスト、ジュエリーといった様々な作品もあり、また会場でのライブペインティングを観ながら現代アートを体感できる新感覚アートベントということ。

第一回目のフェアでは6000人にも及ぶ来場者があって、沢山のひとと繋がることができたの、参加アーティストはもちろん、来てくれた人たち皆が満足したイベントになって、これは絶対続けて行かなければいけないって思ったの。2回目のフェアの会場探しには色々なハードルがあったけど、最高な空間と出会えて本当によかったわ。

今年の参加アーティストには期待の新鋭アーティストはもちろん、前回、大好評だったミスター・ブレインウォッシュとして知られるシェーンボーデンの名前もあります – 現代のアンディ・ウォーホルを思わせる彼の作風は前回、非常に好評でした。

参加アーティスト:

ローラ・ジョーダン(イギリス), キャナル・チェンジャルー(フィンランド),セヴェラナ・シンテスヴァ(ベルギー),ハイヤット・セイジ(モロッコ),ソフィア。シアン(ロシア),リ・ウェイ・チェン(台湾),風ギャラリー(日本),マーク・ジェームスフォード(ドイツ),

Hiba Sultan (Saudi Arabia)

Hiba Sultan (Saudi Arabia)

ロリーン・コルブレナー(アメリカ),スージー・ファデルナッシフ(アラブ),トーマス・ジョンテイラー(アメリカ),ショーン・ボーデン(オーストラリア),ミスター・ブレインウォッシュ(フランス),

ニューヨーク・アートギャラリー(日本),クリスタル・グラムアートギャラリー(日本),その他

フェアは、招待のオープニングと内覧会のみ13日(金)

18:00〜21.00pmに18.00pmで始まります。(限定チケットはオンラインでも購入可能です)。

14日(土)は通常の入場は11:00〜19:00となっています。

グローバルアートアワードの授賞式があります。

限定チケットのご予約はこちら。

その他詳細につきましては、www.tokyoartfair.comにてご覧いただけます。

Participating as an Exhibitor: The Tokyo International Art Fair are now in the final stage of curating and selection process. They are inviting the outstanding artists to apply online www.tokyoartfair.com

出展者の方:

第2回東京インターナショナル・アート・フェアの出展について、

現在、オンラインwww.tokyoartfair.comにて参加登録された参加アーティストの方々を選考中です。

沢山のご応募をお待ちしております。

Second Tokyo International Art Fair brings famous names to Omotesando Hills

Building on the success of the first edition - the Global Art Agency are busy organising the second Tokyo International Art Fair for 13 & 14 May 2016 at an amazing new venue "Omotesando Hills" which is located in Aoyama, sometimes termed "Tokyo's Champs-Élysées". 

More than 150 exhibitors from over 30 countries will be filling the Space-O hall at the Omotesando Hills venue with an incredible display of contemporary art and thousands of artworks for sale. 

Organisers Joëlle Dinnage and her business partner Natal Vallvé from the Global Art Agency are making the fantastic (free) two-day art extravaganza a versatile art happening for the locals of Tokyo. A huge variety of artworks, offering every visitor something to suit their style, all in an affordable price-range to buy and to take home on the day.

Satoshi Maruhashi who is part of the organisation says: "I am extremely happy with the new venue, it will be another spectacle."

On show will be paintings, sculptures, photography art, illustrations, printmaking, and jewellery, with a live painting and music show at the event.

“Almost 6000 people visited the event last year, connections were made, and great sales happened, so everyone was extremely satisfied. There was no doubt to organise a second edition, and we have worked very hard to get a brilliant new venue in one of Tokyo's hotspots attracting art aficionado's from all over the world." said organiser Joëlle Dinnage.

"We have new talent exhibiting this year as well as some known names that exhibited last year, and of course there are the famous names such as Mr Brainwash who will showing, as well as Shane Bowden - also known as the Andy Warhol on steroids - who did very well last year."

Highlights:

Laura Jordan (UK), Canal Cheong-Jagerroos (Finland), Svetlana Sintseva (Belgium), Hayat Saidi (Morocco), Hiba Sultan (Saudi Arabia), Sophia Shiyan (Russia), Li Wei Chen (Taiwan), Kaze Gallery (Japan), STYLO (Thailand), Mark James Ford (Germany), Loryn Kolbrenner (USA), Suzi Fadel Nassif (UAE), Thomas John Taylor (USA), Franco The Creator (USA), Shane Bowden (Australia), Mr Brainwash (France), New York Art Gallery (Japan), Krystal Glam Art Gallery (Japan), and many more... Also Michael Lam (NYC) who creates single stroke paintings based on his calligraphy skill. Lam has received awards and recognition for his work all over the world and worked to support UNICEF for children. 

The fair opens on Friday 13th May with a private view and vernissage for invitees only starting at 18.00pm to 21.00pm (limited tickets are also available to purchase online).

On Saturday 14th May the art fair is open to the public from 11.00am to 19.00pm with the Global Art Awards happening at 18.00pm that day announcing the best Artist of the fair. Prebook tickets here.

Tickets to the Tokyo International Art Fair 2016 are free and can be booked online by going to their website www.tokyoartfair.com The event takes place from Friday 13th May to Saturday 14th May 2016 at OMOTESANDO HILLS - MAIN BUILDING B3F SPACE O, 4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001 JAPAN.

For more information about the event and to visit please visit www.tokyoartfair.com

Participating as an Exhibitor:

The Tokyo International Art Fair are now in the final stage of curating and selection process. They are inviting the outstanding artists to apply online www.tokyoartfair.com

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Tokyo International Art Fair 2015 Success - The Review

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ALMOST 6000 art lovers eager to snap up an original piece of contemporary work filed through the doors of Harajuku Quest Hall over the weekend (Friday 22nd to Saturday 23rd May 2015) as the city of Tokyo hosted the first Tokyo International Art Fair by the Global Art Agency Ltd.

The venue was packed with over 150 artists and galleries from some 30 countries around the world and the atmosphere was charged with energy as visitors took in the wide range of unique art available and took pieces they had purchased home to adorn a living or work space wall.

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TokyoArtFair

Great contacts were made, artworks were sold, Geisha’s served glasses of Champagne, and visitors were astoundingly admiring the live painting performance by Christine Walters who prepared herself immensely to put on an amazing show. Christine was certainly dressed to impress and gathered a large crowd around her watching the show. With much concentration Christine was splashing paint gracefully onto the canvas with movements almost synchronically to the cool tunes by DJ Guy Perryman. The result: Two vibrant and colourful paintings that she kindly donated to charity raising money for the Nepal charity ‘Save Blessing Child Home’ orphanage in Kathmandu.

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Big names attended the art fair from the management of Chanel to the President of Cadillac, from the PR ladies of Google+ to the contacts of the Japan Times, and numerous of other important VIP guests, who applauded the organisers for the high standard of quality artworks that were on show. And apart from many art sales also the CAE Art Book ‘Contemporary Art of Excellence - Investable art 2015’ another incentive of the GAA to promote the arts - completely sold out!

Organisers of the fair, Joelle Dinnage and business partner Natal Vallvé from the Global Art Agency added their appreciation to the city’s reaction to the event and the enthusiasm they found from exhibitors and visitors alike.

Joelle Dinnage art fair organiser said; “We are very proud and happy how it all went.” She continued; “To organise the very first Tokyo International Art Fair with such a buzzing concept that was greatly promoted amongst valuable contacts who visited the event and were hugely impressed. We are glad that many sales were processed and that a lot of opportunities have arisen and new exciting connections have been made, we are positive for the after-sales also, and looking forward to the second edition.” 

Satoshi Maruhashi also part of the GAA organisation added: “It was a tough road, but a very exciting happening, and the outcome has been amazing - this is only the start, we have a great future ahead in Asia.”

“Most importantly” Natal added; “The exhibitors had a successful show, selling works, making commissions and simply making connections, which is what the essence of the event is all about. We want to connect exhibitors with people who appreciate art, whether they’re expert collectors or just starting out, and we’re happy to have made very good progress this time around all the way in Asia where things are different, yet extremely interesting.”

Souren Mousavi, exhibitor at the Tokyo International Art Fair said: ”I loved Japan. I loved Tokyo and I loved the GAA Tokyo International Art Fair in Harajuku. This was my first exhibition in the Far East and Tokyo was a great choice. GAA were very professional as usual with organising and promoting the event.  So many visitors, so many buyers and so many art lovers. There was no time to rest on either day and I had loads of compliments. Moreover I sold prints and designer clothing, and have since received several enquiries about exhibiting some of my new works elsewhere in Japan. Looking forward to their next event in Amsterdam. I’ve tried the rest and they’re the best! I really thank them” 

Joanna Blair added; ”I sold 3 within the first hour of the opening night!!! Very exciting.”

And for Dawn aka ‘Sunrise Welward Art', who travelled from Okinawa to Tokyo to participate in the International Art Fair it was also a great success. She said; “It was very well organised in a great venue. Selling my paintings was a highlight for me and a real confidence boost. I've also received after-sale queries from galleries and potential clients.”

The Global Art Awards Ceremony also took place at the event announcing the best exhibitors of the art fair. The first prize went to ‘New York Art Gallery’ and their artists Shane Bowden and Mr Brainwash who stole the show with their urban artworks. The second prize went to Krystal & Glam Gallery from Japan, and the third prize went to Chi Hang Wong from Hong Kong. And the Facebook competition of best artist voted by the public was Michael Volpicelli from Oklahoma, US.

TokyoArtFair

Both Michael as well as New York Art Gallery will now be exhibiting at the upcoming Amsterdam International Art Fair at the Beurs van Berlage 28-29 August 2015 as part of winning the first prize.   

"Being an Artist and having a chance to be an exhibitor in an international exhibition is an amazing experience. The chance to interact with other artists and chat to viewers about my work, not to mention the opportunity to make connections with Art dealers, Curators and Directors of galleries is second to none. Plus you never know but there is always the possibility of a sale too." said Chi Hang Wong, third prize Best Exhibitor Award Tokyo International Art Fair 2015. 

“Watch out for the second edition” said Mr Maruhashi. “It will be even bigger and better!”

 

大盛況のうちに幕を閉じた東京インターナショナルアートフェア2015

 

およそ6,000人におよぶアート愛好家が各アーティストの作品を一目見ようと原宿クエストホールに集まったこの週末(5月22日,23日)。
グローバルアートエージェンシーが主催した東京の街で披露した第一回目の東京国際アートフェアは大盛況のうちに幕を閉じた。

会場は世界30カ国以上から150名以上のアーティスト、そしてギャラリーの作品で埋めつくされた。会場内の雰囲気は来場者がアートを買い求めるエネルギーで溢れ、自宅用に飾る絵を求める人もいれば、仕事場用にアートを求める人たちでごった返した。

数多くの方々がアートを通じて繋がり、また多くの作品が完売した。
芸者の装いが美しい彼女たちがシャンパンをサーブする中、素晴らしいライブアートを披露してくれたクリスティーヌ・ウォルター。来場者は称賛しました。
クリスティーヌのライブパフォーマンス衣装はとても印象的で、DJ ガイ・ペリマンの選曲に合わせ優雅にキャンバスを描いていました。
二つの活気あふれるカラフルな作品はネパールの孤児院にチャリティーとして寄付されました。

会場には大物著名人も多く来場、シャネルのマネージャーからキャデラックの社長、グーグルの広報担当者からジャパンタイムスまでVIPゲストがすばらし作品の観に訪れました。そして多くの作品が完売となりました。

このフェアの開催したグローバルエージェンシーのジョエルとビジネスパートナーのナタルは今回の盛況は参加してくれたアーティストと来場してくれたお客様のおかげで成功できたと感謝の意を表す。

オルガナイザーのジョエルは「今回のショーがこんなにも成功して本当に幸せだわ!」
東京での初のアートフェアだったから忙しく動き回ったし、大変な事もあったけど、沢山の繋がりのおかげでかたちにする事ができて本当に感動しています」
多くの作品が販売に繋がって今回の盛況はとても大きな一歩になったと感じています。次回の開催が楽しみです」

アジアを仕切るGAAのメンバーSatoshi Maruhashi(丸橋聡)は、今回のフェアについて、「ここまでの道のりはすごくタフだった。でもすごくエキサイティングな出来事だったし、結果は大盛況。でもこれは最初の一歩でしかなく、スタートできただけ。これからのアジアでの活動を盛り上げて行きたい」

「とても重要なこと」とナタルは付け加える。「出展する作家の皆さんが、絵を売り、繋がりを作り、シンプルにコレクションが作れてコミッションを得ることができる。アートフェアとはそこのエッセンスに過ぎない。僕たちは作家とアートが好きなお客様が繋がっていく、お客様はコレクターであっても、これからアートが好きになる人であっても、分け隔てなくハッピーにしたい。ただそれだけ。東京やアジアはヨーロッパとは、環境そして、文化も違うから、とても興味深い。今回の開催は僕にとっても本当に大きな一歩だった。

今回出展者として参加したサレン・ムサービは、「東京がすごく気に入ったわ、日本が大好きになったわ。GAA主催の今回の原宿でのフェアも大好き。アジアで初めての展示だったけど、東京を選んで本当によかった。GAAのオルガナイズはいつもプロフェッショナルにイベントを進めてくれる。たくさん来場者、バイヤー、アート愛好家の人たち。この2日間まったくと言っていいほど休む時間が無かったけど、たくさんの称賛をもらったわ。絵も洋服も売れたし、東京以外からも多くの興味をもらうことが出来て嬉しいの。GAAのつぎのアムステルダムでのフェアが楽しみ。本当、全部出し切った感じ。彼らに本当に感謝してるわ!彼らは本当にベストよ!

ジョアンナ・ブレアは、オープニングの夜、最初1時間で3つの作品が売れてしまったわ。とてもエキサイティング!!

ドーン・aka サンライズ・ウェルワード・アートは、今回のフェアのために沖縄から参加。「とても良くまとめられたフェアで、会場も素晴らしかったわ。絵が売れたことは私にとってすごく自信に繋がったわ。その後もギャラリーの方や顧客になりそうな方たちと繋がることができて本当に参加して良かったわ

グローバルアート授賞式は最高の参加アーティストを発表するイベント。
1位はニューヨーク・アート・ギャラリーから参加のミスターブレインウォッシュことアーティストのショーン・ボーデン。2位は日本からクリスタル・グラム・ギャラリー。3位は香港のチー・ハン・ウォン。そしてフェイスブックの投票最高獲得者のアーティストはアメリカ オクラホマのマイケル・ボルピセリが受賞しました。

マイケルとニューヨークギャラリーの2名は次回8月28日、29日アムステルダムで開催されるアートフェアへの参加が授与されています。

一人のアーティストとして、国際的なアートショーに参加できるという事はとても素晴らしい経験になると思います。会場では他の参加アーティストと出会い、話すことができ、来場者と自分の作品について対話することができる。当たり前のことだけど、アートに精通しているキュレーターや、ディレクター、そしてその国の画商の方々との関わりを作ることができる。云ってしまえば、自分の作品が売れる可能性があるってことさ。東京国際アートフェア最優秀出展者賞第3位のチー・ハン・ウォンより。

Asiaエリア統括の丸橋氏から。「次はもっと良く、もっと大きく開催します!! 第2回目も期待してください!!」

Tokyo's newest art fair brings global talent, famous names, and street-art to Harajuku!

"Rolling Stones" by Mr Brainwash (Los Angeles) - Represented by New York Gallery (Tokyo)

Press Release II : For immediate release.

22nd April 2015: Artistic talent from all around the world as well as from Japan is converging on Tokyo next month as the city gets ready to hold the first Tokyo International Art Fair from 22nd to 23rd May 2015 at Harajuku Quest Hall.

Some 150 outstanding artists and distinguished galleries from 30 countries as far flung as United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Netherlands, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, China, India, Russia, Africa, the USA and Australia and many prestigious exhibitors from the city itself will be out in force at the fantastic free two-day art extravaganza.

Art by Shane Bowden

Among these are Tokyo based New York Gallery, who represent the artworks by Los Angeles based Mr Brainwash (known from his role in the Oscar nominated "Exit Through the Gift Shop" a film by Banksy.) And also represent the Australia's Brisbane-born artist Shane Bowden based in California. Known for his intuitive, free feeling and wacky themes. Shane is like a Andy Warhol injected with steroids, and is likened to Damien Hirst. Collage technique, unpredictable material, and forms being created in the mess deliberately. From Tony Blair (former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) up to the conference room of the Vogue Magazine, his artwork has been loved by a wide range from prominent collectors from around the world, regardless of genre. Shane will attend the Tokyo Art Fair in person so a unique opportunity to meet him!

Krystal & Glam Luxury art gallery - Daniele Donde

Tokyo based Krystal & Glam luxury art Gallery represent the works by Daniele Donde. Handcrafted fine artworks that have great detail, and is dazzled with glamorous and precious stones. The artworks have been featured by the press globally and is a must-see, or a must-buy.

9th Wave Gallery (Hawaii) will have a collection of contemporary art incorporating everything from Zen Surrealism to Hawaiian Surf Art, by a selection of international artists that create cutting edge art, presenting them with a message of Aloha.

Local Japanese artists that participate include; 
Asako Iwamizu, famous for the use of vibrant colors eliciting a sense of joy. Hayato Shiratori, known for his Manga art. Ginger, illustrator, sign-writer, pin striper, and graphic artist. Gypsy.P, musician and spiritual artist. Yucchi Design By Evolve, surf art and design, original art boards and wetsuits. Susanow, Street Artist. TAIKEN, urban artist with a love for HipHop. Fusako Ekuni, working with the mysteries of the light and the energy. Sunrise Welward Art, self taught Artist from Ireland, living in Japan inspired by South-Africa where she grew up.

…and many other exhibitors living locally in Tokyo.

"Guna" by Demian Dressler represented by 9th Wave Gallery

Satoshi Maruhashi (Tokyo): "I have been looking forward to the Tokyo Art Fair for a very long time. It's great that Japanese Artists as well as European and many other Nationalities are coming together for this first huge artist art fair in Tokyo."

Christine Walters - Live Performance Art

Christine Walters (USA) who will take part is a Performance Artist who paints the abstract of LIVE DJ music. Born in Indiana, schooled in Alabama and cultured in New York City Walters comes from an artistically divers family which she accredits her love for combining music and performance painting.  For Christine music is not just music, it's a medium that spills onto a surface. - "It will be a spectacular show at the Tokyo Art Fair."

Sarah Britten (South-Africa) works in a somewhat unusual medium: lipstick. (Yes, really.) Sarah started working with it in 2002, when she became involved with a Range Rover campaign in late 2010 that she began to paint lipstick cityscapes. 

"Red Bull" by Sarah Britten - Lipstick Art

Souren Mousavi (UK) was born is Persia in 1969 and her ancestral family is linked to the Persian Monarchy. Her childhood found her embroiled in the Iran-Iraq war which was to have a lasting impact on her life. Souren`s passion for all things artistic eventually resulted in her graduating with a Master’s Degree in Fine Art from the University of Tehran. Her expression of freedom and her commitment to women`s rights led to her arrest and eventual imprisonment. Her work was deemed offensive by the regime and Souren was to experience many years of darkness. Souren now lives and works in Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-Upon-Avon. 

Art by Souren Mousavi

Curator Joelle Dinnage, says about the selection “The applications to participate exceeded expectations, that's why the selection process has been very strict and resulted in a divers and profound selection, which has all of its exhibitors fizzing with excitement of being part of the inaugural event. It has also got a great declaration of how popular contemporary visual art is in Tokyo, with hundreds tickets pre-booked visitors waiting to attend with anticipation. The organisation Global Art Agency Ltd is extremely looking forward to this event, as its the first (of many) in Asia." 

"Flying Dreadnought" by Vinki Qoz

Natal Vallve also a Curator at the organisation said: "Asian artists nowadays are one of the most emerging artists around the world, and we can see the same is happening with the asian art market, which growing extensively. We are proud to be the first UK based organisation bringing so much talent together to Tokyo, and also our collectors have been fanatic to come to the art fair from many different countries such as Spain, and UK to see the extraordinary show."

Among paintings on show there will be sculptures, photography art, illustrations, street & urban art, illuminated artworks by Vinki Qoz (China), and live performance art accompanied with live music from several well-known Japanese DJ's.

The Tokyo International Art Fair takes place at Harajuku Quest Hall on Friday 22nd May 2015 with the private viewing from 6pm to 9pm with tickets costing 1500 JPY and include a glass of Champagne, live music and the chance to meet some of the high profile artists and galleries taking part.

On Saturday 23rd May 2015 the fair is open to the public and free to enter from 11.00am - 17.00pm with the Global Art Award Ceremony at 16.00pm in which the Best Artist Award will be announced.

For more information please visit www.tokyoartfair.com

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Press contacts: 
Satoshi Maruhashi (Tokyo based) +81 90 33984293 agent@globalartagency.com
Joelle Dinnage (UK based) +44(0)7825 443925 office@globalartagency.com

Venue: 
Quest Hall - Harajuku. Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 1-13-14, 3F 
TEL: 03-3470-6331

Tickets:
http://www.tokyoartfair.com/tickets/

www.globalartagency.com

Tokyo's Newest Art Fair - Final Call to Exhibitors

Tokyo's Newest Art Fair - Final Call for Exhibitors to join!

Organisers are giving a final call for exhibitors to join Tokyo's newest art fair held on 22-23rd May 2015 at Harajuku Quest Hall. www.tokyoartfair.com

Exhibitors can expect a fabulous 2-day art fair in a prime location facing the Omotesandō known as one of the foremost 'architectural showcase' streets in the world!

A great opportunity to exhibit and sell works to the art loving visitors of Tokyo. Global Art Agency takes full care of promotion, marketing, advertising, giving all participants the recognition that they deserve and raising awareness on a global scale, with partners and sponsors they reach a huge audience.

Participation fee for the two-day Tokyo International Art Fair include; Global Art Awards Ceremony, Private View, Champagne Reception, Network After-Party, Global Promotions, free high quality printed Catalogue featuring all exhibitors published worldwide, free invitations to Private View, 0% commission charged on sales. 

Read over 200 success stories from previous exhibitors here: http://www.globalartagency.com/Testimonials

Limited availability/Curated.

Interested to know more? Check it out. 

ENGLISH APPLICATION FORM            //          申込書フォーム

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Looking for Partners

Tokyo International Art Fair 2015 looking for Partners.

All our annual Art Fairs throughout Europe have exceeded expectations! Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Oxford, Vienna, Barcelona... With thousands of visitors, 75.000-100.000 website visits, and outstanding press articles, including TV Channels, Radio Channels, Newspapers, and Glossy Magazines. Reaching an average huge press features per Art Fair. 

We are looking for (local) organisations, cultural, media, press, hotels, etc. in which we both benefit from the promotions we can do for each other.

Promotions we could offer for partnerships - depending upon return offerings:
- Partner Logo on website (linked to your website)
- Logo on all Marketing communications, incl posters, leaflets, tickets, etc.
- Logo on PhotoCall for Award Ceremony
- Promotional Banner at the event
- Advert in Art Fair Catalogue (handed out to all VIPs during the opening, Vernissage and Private View) 
- Mention/Advert in Newsletter to our database (30.000)
- Handing out Best Global Artist Award, during the Award Ceremony
- Discounted stand at the Art Fair
- Possibilities for judging in the Awards (Available to Collectors, Curators, Art fanatics, Press, Journalists.
- Free VIP Tickets to the opening for inviting your clients
- and much more…

Please note that we are also a keen Charity supporter. And are currently organising an Art Auction at Winston Churchill's birthplace at Blenheim Palace just before the art fair raising funds for 'Doctors without borders' MSF and the Ebola crisis and other causes. And we also hold a Charity competition for visitors at the art fair, where they can win an original artwork. All proceeds to go to MSF. 

To become a partner/sponsor for the Tokyo International Art Fair 2015 please email office@globalartagency.com

Tokyo to host first international art fair for collectors to connect with the Artists directly – commission free

Tokyo International Art Fair 22-23 May 2015 by Global Art Agency – Quest Hall Harajuku

The city of Tokyo is playing host to hundreds of talented artists from all around the world when it stages the first Tokyo International Art Fairby Global Art Agency from 22nd to 23rd May 2015.

More than 150 artists from over 30 countries will be filling the prime located Quest Hall – Harajuku with an incredible display of art, with more pieces than ever before gathered under one roof for visitors to admire and to buy in the city’s largest Artist showcase of modern and contemporary art.

Following the agency’s successful events in Oxford, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Vienna, and Barcelona it’s now the turn for Tokyo to host the magnificent art fair. Organisers Joelle Dinnage and her business partner Natal Vallvé from the Global Art Agency are making the fantastic (free) two-day art extravaganza a versatile art happening for the locals of Tokyo. A huge variety of artworks, offering every visitor something to suit their style, all in an affordable price-range to buy and to take home on the day. On show will be paintings, sculptures, photography art, illustrations, printmaking, and bespoke crafts, with a live painting and music show at the event.

TOKYO International Art Fair is the first commercial fair of Japan to establish an international network for Collectors to connect and engage with the Artists directly – commission free. With talented exhibitors coming from all over Europe, Russia, US, Australia, and also a selection of local artists.

“The idea for the Tokyo Art Fair started about 3,5 years ago at the Amsterdam Art Fair that Global Art Agency organised. Art collectors from Tokyo visited the Amsterdam event and they bought a range of artworks to sell back in Japan… Without having to say anything to my business partner Natal – we thought the same. And so the research started back then. We quickly found out that there is no such thing in Tokyo for artists to sell directly – commission free, and at the same time found out that the public are very keen on the prospects of having a commercial fair in their city to buy original artworks by international artists that are of an affordable price range. As this will be the first ever artist art fair in Tokyo, we have big expectations and high hopes for yet another successful event for our agency, and ultimately have the Tokyo art fair also annually.” says Joelle Dinnage.

The fair starts in style on the Friday night, 22nd May 2015, with a special private view and champagne reception with tickets costing only 1500 YEN each for an exclusive sneak preview of the treasures that are to come over the weekend.

Entry is then completely free on the Saturday 22nd May from 11am-18pm, with the event culminating in the announcement of the best artists on show at the Tokyo International Art Fair Awards on Saturday afternoon. The Curators and Jury panel of local Art celebs will reveal which artist takes home the title of Best Tokyo International Art Fair Artist 2015 and with it, an exhibition at another forthcoming international art fair. Visitors will also be able to vote for their favourite artist by going to the fair’sFacebook page.

Tickets to the Tokyo International Art Fair 2015 are free and can be booked online by going to their website www.tokyoartfair.com The event takes place from Friday 22nd May Saturday 23rd May 2015 at Quest Hall – Harajuku, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 1-13-14.

The private viewing and champagne reception (1500 YEN) is from 6pm to 9pm on Friday 22nd May, with live painting and art show from 11am to 5pm on Saturday 23rd May (Free). The Global Art Awards and art show take place at 4pm on Saturday.

For more information about the event and to visit please visit www.tokyoartfair.com

Participating as an Exhibitor:
The Tokyo Art Fair are now in the middle of curating and selection process. They are inviting the outstanding artists to apply online www.tokyoartfair.com

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TOKYO ART FAIR TICKETS:
Saturday 23rd May 2015 : 11.00am – 17.00pm
FREE entry – Prebook this ticket. Live painting, Buy Art Show, Global Art Awards Ceremony (16.00pm)

VIP Private View Tickets Friday 22nd May 2015 : 18.00pm – 21.00pm ¥ 1500 JPY (£ 8 GBP / € 10 EUR) – Including Champagne Reception, Private View and first opportunity to buy art. Buy online

WWW.TOKYOARTFAIR.COM

LOCATION :
クエストホール – 原宿
神宮前、東京都渋谷区1-13-14
TEL : 03-3470-6331
www.tokyoartfair.com

東京でアーティストとコレクターを直接結びつけた初のインターナショナルアートフェア‐コミッションフリー

東京でアーティストとコレクターを直接結びつけた初のインターナショナルアートフェア‐コミッションフリー

5月22日&23日クエストホール原宿にてグローバルアートエージェンシーによる東京インターナショナルアートフェア開催

東京の街で世界中の有能なアーティストを集めたグローバルアートエージェンシーによる初の東京インターナショナルアートフェアが2015年5月22日&23日に開催される。
30以上の国々から150名以上のアーティストが埋め尽くすのに最適なクエストホール原宿。今までにない素晴らしい多くのモダンでコンテンポラリーなアートを一つ屋根の下で人々は楽しみ、購入もできる。

今までこのエージェントがイベントを成功させてきた街々、オックスフォード、ロッテルダム、アムステルダム、ウィーン、バルセロナ、そして次となる東京で壮大なるアートフェアが開催される。主催者グローバルアートエージェンシーのジョエル ディナガと彼女のビジネスパートナー,ナタリ バルベは素晴らしい2日間無料のアートエクストラバガンザ、多芸アートを東京の為に創りあげた。幅広いアートワーク、見る人それぞれのスタイルに合ったアートを、手の届く価格でその日に持ち帰ることが出来る。イベントでは絵画、彫刻、写真アート、イラスト、版画、クラフトに加え、ライブペインティングやミュージックショーもおこなわれる。

東京インターナショナルアートフェアは初のコレクターとアーティスト(才能ある出品者はヨーロッパ、ロシア、アメリカ、オーストラリア、そして選ばれたローカルアーティスト達)を直接結ぶ国際的ネットワークを築くコマーシャルフェアーでコミッションフリー。

「東京アートフェアの案は約3年半前にグローバルアートエージェンシーが主催するアムステルダムアートフェアで始まったの。東京からのアートコレクターがアムステルダムのイベントに来て様々なアートワークを日本で売る為に持ち帰った、、、私のビジネスパートナー、ナタリに何も言わず。 私達も同じことを思いついて、その頃からリサーチを始めたの。するとすぐに東京ではアーティスト達が直接売ること(コミッションフリー)が行われておらず、日本人は自分たちの街でインターナショナルアーテイストから直接オリジナルの作品を手軽な値段で購入することを望んでいることに気がついたわ。これが最初の東京アーテイストアートフェアになるけど、私達エージェンシーにとってまた成功したイベントになる事への高い期待と希望、そして最終的には東京アートフェアが毎年行われることを期待するわ。」ジョエル ディナガが言った。

フェアは2015年5月22日金曜の夜に始まり、特別なプライベートビューとシャンパンレセプション(チケットは一人たった¥1500)で特別にその週末に見られる宝の数々を前もって見ることが出来る。
入場料は無料で5月23日土曜午前11時から午後6時まで。土曜の午後には東京インターナショナルアートフェアでのべストアーティストの発表があり、イベントは最高潮に達する。キュレーターとローカルアートセレブの審査員はべスト東京インターナショナルアートフェアアーテイスト2015のタイトルを持ち帰るアーティストと次に行われる国際アートフェアの展示を明らかにする。ビジターはこのフェアのFacebookのページで好きなアーティストの投票が出来る。

東京インターナショナルアートフェア2015のチケットは無料ですが、ウエブサイトwww.tokyoartfair.comで予約することも出来ます。
イベント期間2015年5月22日(金)&23日(土)、
イベント会場:クエストホール 東京都渋谷区神宮前原宿1-13-14

5/22(金) 6pm~9pm プライベートビューとシャンパンレセプション(チケット一人¥1500) ライブペインティングとアートショー付き
5/23(土)11am~5pm 入場無料 4pmよりグローバルアート賞表彰とアートショー

イベントの詳細についてはwww.tokyoartfair.comを参照ください。

出品者としての参加:東京アートフェアは現在企画と選考プロセス中です。素晴らしいアーティストを募集していますので、ぜひオンラインで御応募ください。www.tokyoartfair.com