Culture | | September 09, 2019

 

What: Sydney Contemporary Art Fair 2019

When: September 12 – 15, 2019

Where: Carriageworks, Eveleigh

 

Coming off the back of a record-breaking AU$21 million in secured artwork sales, the annual Sydney Contemporary Art Fair is back for its 5th year. Here to showcase some of the best visual arts, there’ll be over 95 galleries representing over 450 artists from around the world.

A large contingency of Japanese galleries will be present at the fair, including the likes of Whitestone Gallery (Tokyo, Taipei, Nagano, Hong Kong), who will present work from polka dot queen Yayoi Kusama, COHJU Contemporary Art (Kyoto) and newcomers LOKO Gallery (Tokyo) and MA2 Gallery (Tokyo).

 

You’ll be able to see curated artworks from African galleries, including Salon Ninety-One (South Africa), and The Project Space (South Africa), which focuses on promoting female African artists. The fair will also exhibit artists from Ghana, Mozambique and Swaziland.

 

It wouldn’t be a Sydney contemporary art fair without some local talent. You can see art pieces from Adelaide’s Pierre Mukeba on display, courtesy of Greenaway Art Gallery.

Sounds good? If you’re keen to go and check out what’s on offer then we’ve got you covered with Sydney Contemporary offering The Cut readers 20% off Opening Night and Adult tickets. This offer ends this Wednesday 11 September 11:59 pm.

Need more art in your life? The biggest Banksy exhibition is about to open in Sydney. Get the chance to see pieces from one of the world’s most controversial artists.

 

Featured image via Sydney Contemporary.