Private flights to European’s Top Art Fairs 2016

Art fairs by private jet

This year’s event calendar is filled with a large number of international art fairs taking place in major European cities.

Whether you are a collector, an investor or an art lover curious to see the latest and greatest art works: Europair will arrange a tailor-made private flight to take you conveniently and non-stop to your favorite event location.

Our charter experts are on hand to assist you with any special request you might have, including on-board catering or ground transfers from and to the airport of your choice, making your flight a unique experience.

Call us at +34 91 395 20 25 or e-mail us to book your private flight.

 

Europair recommends the Top 5 Art Fairs you shouldn’t miss in 2016:

ART Cologne

calendar14 – 17 April (Cologne, Germany)

ART Cologne is the world’s oldest art fair for modern and contemporary art of the 20th and 21st century. Today’s fair annually invites approximately 200 international galleries to showcase painting, sculpture, photography, prints, multiples, installations, performance and moving image art in the city of Cologne, cultural center of the Rhineland region and beyond. The origins of today’s ART COLOGNE go back to the year 1967, when Cologne-based gallerists Hein Stünke and Rudolf Zwirner initiated the first Kunstmarkt Köln.

More info at: www.artcologne.de

 

ART Basel

calendar16 – 19 June (Basel, Switzerland)

Since 1970, Art Basel’s goal has been to connect the world’s premier galleries and their patrons, as well serving as a meeting point for the international artworld. Now, over forty years later, its three fairs – in Basel, Hong Kong and Miami Beach – rank as the premier shows of their kind, presenting 20th and 21st century art with a strong curatorial perspective.

Its reputation for showing high quality work has attracted leading international galleries and collectors, offering visitors the most important art from around the world.

More info at: www.artbasel.com

 

FRIEZE

calendar6 – 9 October (London, UK)

Frieze London is an international contemporary art fair staged by Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover, the publishers of frieze magazine. The fair presents a curated programme of talks, artists’ commissions and film projects, many of which are interactive or performative and encourage visitors to engage with art and artists directly. Unlike most other fairs, Frieze London is housed in a bespoke temporary structure, which is located in Regent’s Park in London and benefits from having a natural light source, avoiding the atmosphere of a trade show, thus making the fair both lively and energetic.

More info at: www.friezelondon.com

 

FIAC

calendar20 – 23 October (Paris, France)

Now an institution that is well-known and highly respected throughout the world, the FIAC is an opportunity for the public to discover the latest developments in contemporary art, through works by some of the most famous artists in the world. In total, nearly 1,500 artists display their work for the 70,000 spectators to see among the aisles of the exhibition in the Grand Palais and at the Cité de la Mode et du Design in the city of Paris.

More info at: www.fiac.com

 

ARTISSIMA

calendar4 – 6 November (Torino, Italy)

ARTISSIMA is Italy’s most important contemporary art fair. Since its establishment in 1994, it has combined the presence of an international market with a focus on experimentation and research. Nearly 200 galleries from around the world participate every year. In addition to the fair, Artissima is also composed of three art sections, headed by a board of international curators and museum directors, devoted to emerging artists, performances and rediscovering the great pioneers of contemporary art. Artissima 2016 will be held at the Oval, a glass pavilion built for the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in the industrial archaeology complex of the Lingotto.

More info at: www.artissima.it

Call us at +34 91 395 20 25 or e-mail us to book your private flight!

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