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TAIPEI DANGDAI IS TAIPEIS INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR, THE LARGEST AND MOST DIVERSE GATHERING OF LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES IN TAIWAN. THE THIRD EDITION TAKES PLACE AT TAIPEI WORLD TRADE CENTER, FROM 20-22 MAY 2022, WITH THE VIP PREVIEW AND VERNISSAGE ON 19 MAY.

Taipei Dangdai will return in May 2022, featuring a world-class line-up of galleries from around the globe, selected via a rigorous application process overseen by a committee of international gallerists. Presented by UBS, and having attracted over 40,000 visitors in 2020, the event brings together a selection of the world’s leading galleries and artists alongside influential thinkers from a wide range of disciplines, including literature, design, science, and the humanities. Taipei Dangdai celebrates the city’s unique and dynamic art scene, while highlighting global creativity and the increasing importance of the wider art market in Asia.

Taipei Dangdai Art & Ideas moves into Taipei World Trade Center for the first time in 2022. Managed by TAITRA, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council, this downtown conference and exhibition venue is located in Xinyi District in the heart of the city, surrounded on all sides by world-class dining, shopping, hospitality, and entertainment. Adjacent to Taipei 101, the Fair’s new location creates a greater likelihood of return visits from local collectors, and embeds the Fair in a vibrant neighborhood ecosystem of business, finance, and culture.

DATES: 20-22 May 2022
VIP PREVIEW & VERNISSAGE:
19 May 2022
LOCATION: Taipei World Trade Center 

For further information, please contact: applications@taipeidangdai.com

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