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The Shanghai International Art Fair


From November 19, 2020 09:00 until November 22, 2020 18:00
Categories: Arts & Crafts

The Shanghai International Art Fair

 

The Shanghai International Art Fair

The Shanghai International Art Fair is part of the Yangtze River Delta International Industries Expo (iCiE). Celebrating the development of the region’s cultural industries. Previously visited by 35,000 visitors the expo - building upon this success the YRDICIE 2019 expands the exhibition space to 54,000 sqm delivering a more international event generating a bigger impact on a bigger scale.

 

EVENTS FACTS & STATS

The Shanghai International Art Fair is part of the Yangtze River Delta International Industries Expo (iCiE). Celebrating the development of the region’s cultural industries. Building upon the success of the first edition the YRDICIE expands the exhibition space to 54,000 sqm delivering a more international event generating a bigger impact on a bigger scale.

Estimated visitor numbers of 80,000, including 15,000 professional buyers.

Only 30 Exhibitors can participate. The selection is fierce based on the interest of the Chinese art collectors, buyers, and investors.

There are three separated art exhibition areas 

1) Galleries (1-3 yrs)

2) Galleries (3+ yrs) 

3) Solo-Platform (Established artists with proven track record)

The event is China’s largest Cluster for international cultural trade. Hosted by the Governments of Shanghai.  

The last show Yangtze River Delta International Cultural Industries Expo was covered in 725 original articles with a total of 807 thousand words by 173 media outlets and generated 1.39 million related news messages online.

In 2016, sales in the global art market reached over 45 billion US dollars. The Asian art market ranked number 3 globally in sales and had the largest auction market worth 6.81 billion USD. [Source: Artnet, various auction houses, Orbis, and the 2017 Global Dealers Study]

China ranked number 1 in global art auction sales in 2016, with 6.33 billion US dollars.

Attracting world-renowned art institutions, symbolic museums and art galleries, top art collectors, and so on, to come to Shanghai.

 

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