It’s autumn finally, which means a brand-new season for the world of arts. If you saw a number of exhibitions within the three summer months and frankly got tired of it, you might like taking a short break… visiting an art fair! International art fairs usually come as major events with a great diversity of works presented, intense parallel programs and interesting acquaintances. Whether you are a viewer or an art collector, you might find time spent here both nice and meaningful — either exploring new artists or selling artworks from your collection. Find out what city you’re flying next this September to see a gorgeous show:
September 6 – 8, 2019
Gostiny Dvor (Ilyinka Street, 4, Moscow)
The Cosmoscow International Art Fair has been held annually in September since 2014. The location is Gostiny Dvor — a major exhibition hall in the heart of Moscow (just overlooking Red Square). This year Cosmoscow is going to expose works by around 200 contemporary artists from all over the world, who all together represent a few dozen of galleries. Probably the best-known contemporary art fair in Russia has various art patrons (famous brands, charitable foundations) who provide young promising artists with prizes, sponsor curator talks as well as an education program — the schedule of the art fair is full of interesting events. The art world professionals and the cream of society enjoy coming here, so plan to visit Cosmoscow, if you are in the capital of Russia and want to have a wonderful time.