2020 Gallery List Announced
Taipei Dangdai announces strengthened roster of 97 galleries for highly anticipated second edition of the fair in January 2020.
Taipei Dangdai announces strengthened roster of 97 galleries for highly anticipated second edition of the fair in January 2020. To view full gallery list, please click here.
Presented by UBS, and held at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, the fair will return from Friday 17 January until Sunday 19 January 2020, with a VIP Preview and Vernissage on 16 January.
The second edition of Taipei Dangdai showcase leading galleries from around the world within the context of the very best galleries from Taipei and Asia more widely. Of the 97 galleries participating in the 2020 edition, 22 have permanent spaces in Taiwan, many of whom will be presenting the work of leading emerging artists from the region. The participating galleries will show in three core sectors: Galleries, Young Galleries, which subsidizes galleries founded within the last eight years selected on the basis of their overall programming, and Solos, which spotlights singular focused presentations by emerging artists and exceptional contemporary and historical creative figures.
A special Salon sector provides a platform to encourage and nurture collectors at all levels of resources and experience through a showcase of work up priced below 8,000 USD from each participating gallery presented in a designated area. The Installations sector spread throughout the fair celebrates the full spectrum of artists’ ambitions through outsized or immersive projects beyond the capacity of a standard fair booth presentation.
As a platform for creative ideas and thought leadership, the Ideas Program returns with a curated selection of talks and other events with renowned cultural figures from Taiwan and beyond. This highly multidisciplinary program will begin in the fall and culminate over the fair’s duration and feature art industry experts as well as recognized public figures from literature, design, science, and the humanities.
A full program of events will be released in November.