The São Paulo International Art Fair was founded in 2005, and it is now one of the most distinguished art fairs in Latin America, presenting the top galleries from Brazil and across the globe. Held in the historic Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion, designed by Pritzker Laureate Oscar Niemeyer, the Fair presents a dynamic mix of local and emerging artists alongside internationally renowned names. Over the span of five days, SP-Arte offers a unique opportunity to interact with artworks, artists, curators, and other professionals from the art world.
Other Criteria will showcase, booth A5, new limited edition and iconic prints by Damien Hirst as well as his latest collaboration with the historic French glass and crystal manufacturer, Lalique. The booth will also feature new and limited edition works by artists Polly Morgan, Eduardo Sarábia and Kiki Smith.
SP-Arte, Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo
Parque Ibirapuera, Portão 3
São Paulo, Brazil
Preview: April 6th, 11am–10pm
Fair: April 7th–9th, 1pm–9pm & 10th, 11am–7pm
Other Criteria is pleased to announce their participation in the Architectural Digest Design Show 2016. We will be showcasing artist designed homeware and accessories, a variety of signed and limited-edition art books and editioned work by artists Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas and Paola Petrobelli.
The Architectural Digest Design Show (formerly known as the Architectural Digest Home Design Show) returns to New York City this year from March 17–20, 2016 at Pier 92 & 94 with a new name that embodies the comprehensive luxury design experience it provides. An authoritative platform for design across disciplines, the show is a source for discerning trade professionals and consumers seeking superior solutions for their homes, businesses, and commercial projects. Visitors can expect to find innovative design, including furniture, accessories, art, kitchen and bath products, carpet, stone and tile, lighting, and more, plus a rich seminar schedule with design luminaries.
The 15th annual Architectural Digest Design Show, held from March 17–20 at Pier 92 & 94 in New York City, showcases the best in the design and luxury market. The four-day fair features more than 400 premium brands and covers a range of categories, including: furniture, accessories, art, kitchen and bath products, flooring, rugs, carpets, electronics, ceramics, stone + tile, wall covering, lighting, outdoor products, building products, and more.
Piers 92 & 94, 55th Street at 12th Avenue, New York City 10019
Preview: 17th March, 11am – 7pm
Show: 18th – 19th March, 11am – 7pm & 20th, 10am – 6pm
Returning to the Central Harbourfront, 23-26 March 2016, Art Central builds upon the success of the inaugural Hong Kong event that attracted 30,000 visitors from the region and around the world. This year, Art Central will present over 100 galleries from 21 countries, with over 75% hailing from Asia.
Housed within the city’s largest ever, architect-designed temporary structure, the fair is set to raise the bar once again, with a strong line up of galleries and an ambitious program that champions both discovery and experimentation. TALKS X ASIA SOCIETY headlines the fair’s program with a series of talks and panel discussions to be held daily at the fair, once again curated by Asia Society Hong Kong Center. Fair Director Maree Di Pasquale says, ‘from must-see installations to performance and considered roundtable discussions, the program has been built with everyone from the art interested public to the seasoned international collector in mind’.
Other Criteria will launch for the first time both new limited edition prints by Damien Hirst and unique works by Harland Miller. The booth will also feature a series of 13 prints by Phillip Allen and recently released prints by one of Britain’s leading abstract painters, John Hoyland (1934 – 2011), currently the inaugural exhibition at Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery, London. Colour will predominate this years booth.
Central Harbourfront, Hong Kong
21st March: 5pm – 9pm
22nd March: 11am - 6pm
23rd & 24th March: 11am – 12pm
23rd & 24th March: 12pm - 7pm
25th March: 11am - 7pm
26th March: 11am - 6pm
Other Criteria are at Art on Paper and at The Armory Show in New York this weekend.
Take a glance at our booth 103 at Art On Paper 2016 – Pier 36, 299 South Street, New York, NY 10002:
Centrally located within Pier 94 near the café at The Armory Show, Other Criteria present a selection of artist designed homeware and accessories, with a variety of signed and limited-edition art books – Piers 92-94, 711 12th Avenue, New York, NY 119:
Zoote at Benappi in Turin, Italy, featuring work by Polly Morgan, Wim Delvoye, Bertozzi & Cassoni and others.
Polly Morgan: In There, Somewhere
2014, Taxidermy, Jesmonite
Press release: A modern and contemporary bestiary is the star of the show Zoote, a term used in ancient Greece were given the decorations python or leopard spots, the reasons that the centuries will reach the fashionable assemblies of Christian Dior. The genus animal has had different fortunes.
Chronologically, the exhibition begins with a Rembrandt Bugatti bronze, star Art Deco, and closes with the last generation, represented by Paolo Grassino with his appearances of deer and dogs and Quentin Garel, son of art whose sculptures evoke the atmosphere of a visionary natural science museum.
Some have used animals between irony and puns, see Aldo Mondino, who pursues a hyper-realism based on an extraordinary technical virtuosity (Bertozzi & Casoni) and who is inspired by the fantastic zoology of Jorge Luis Borges as Nicola Bolla with its crystal sculptures and playing cards.
Benappi, Via Andrea Doria, 10 - 10123 Turin
14th January 14 – 28th February, 2016