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Successful start for SPARK Art Fair Vienna


Successful start for SPARK Art Fair Vienna
Successful start for SPARK Art Fair Vienna
The international contemporary art fair in Vienna caused a sensation in the global art market, with its solo presentations and innovative architectural concept. The dates for 2022 have already been set as 24 – 27 March. The next event will be a mixture of contemporary, modern and digital art.
A successful start for the SPARK Art Fair Vienna: Around 11,000 guests from all over the world found their way to Vienna’s Marx Halle. After its successful premiere, the SPARK Art Fair Vienna will become a permanent spring fixture in the global art market calendar over the coming years. Next year the fair will take place from 24 – 27 March. The dates for 2023 and 2024 have also already been set.
Building on its successful premiere in 2021, SPARK Art Fair Vienna will, starting from next spring, evolve into the leading international meeting place for contemporary art in Austria. „We are convinced that we have created a new format for future art fairs with this concentrated format, the focus on new works and the balance between a strong regional basis and internationality,“ reflects Managing Director, Renger van den Heuvel. The foundations have now been laid and the next steps are being planned: „In future, through further events such as this, the Marx Halle will become known as Vienna’s centre for contemporary art“.
Art Fair Still Online
The SPARK Art Fair Vienna remains available online via Artsy, the world’s largest art market platform, as well as via SPARK Studio, the fair’s online presence. With 3D tours, information and interviews about the 71 solo presentations, over the coming months the digital format will continue to provide an in-depth insight into the art presented at the fair.
24 – 27 March 2022 / 23 – 26 March 2023 / 28 – 31 March 2024
MARX HALLE / Karl-Farkas-Gasse 19, 1030 Vienna
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