Art Central 2024 Announces Gallery And Highlights

Art Central returns to its home at the iconic Central Harbourfront from 28 to 31 March, featuring 95 galleries across four participation sectors, including a new sector, Neo, for first-year galleries as well as the largest number of solo artist presentations to date.

The Fair’s dynamic four-day programme is curated to enhance visitors’ experience and includes five large-scale installations and sculptures by artists from the Czech Republic, Egypt, Italy, Japan and South Korea – all taking place alongside a full line-up of talks, video and performance art!

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Neo at Art Central creates an entry point for galleries in their first year of participation to showcase cutting-edge or undiscovered artists as part of the Fair’s critical platform as a place of discovery for new artists and galleries. This year, 11 galleries and 15 artists have been selected by Enoch Cheng, Art Central 2024’s curatorial advisor, to take part in the sector’s debut, each demonstrating experimental approaches to materials, genres and subject matter.

Showcasing a sweeping array of artwork and programming from many of Asia’s most innovative galleries, as well as distinguished artists from around the globe, Art Central’s galleries have been selected for their thought-provoking programming and long-term commitment to their artists. Many have ambitious programs that are shaping today’s market for contemporary art.

Explore anticipated booth presentations by international exhibitors, including Bonian Space (Beijing) and WAS Art Centre (Ningbo), The Columns Gallery (Seoul, Singapore), Kvalitář (Prague), VETA by Fer Francés (Madrid), PNC (Daegu), Ojiri Gallery (London) and Whitestone Gallery (Hong Kong).

Over a third of the galleries in the upcoming edition of Art Central will present booths dedicated to solo presentations, amongst these highlights include new paintings by Ken Chan King Long at Contemporary by Angela Li (Hong Kong); a special installation of painting and mixed media installation by Nobody Here, presented by Square Street Gallery (Hong Kong); contemporary surrealist oil-on-panel paintings by the self-taught Marcelo Suaznabar at Gallery THEO (Seoul) and a noteworthy showcase of recent painting and sculpture by Miyuki Yokomizo, presented by LEE & BAE (Busan).

Thursday 28 March 12 – 5pm
Night Central: 5 – 9pm

Friday 29 March
First Session 12 – 3pm
Second Session: 3 – 6pm

Saturday 30 March
11am – 7pm

Sunday 31 March
11am – 5pm

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