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Carpe Diem, Lisbon’s Most Innovative Artist Residency

Founded in 2009 by Paulo Reis, The Carpe Diem Art and Research (CDAP) in Lisbon, Portugal is an artist’s residency based in the Pombal Palace, a sixteenth-century building.

Recap: Art Paris Presents The Best Of Korean Art

As buyers, sellers, journalists and art students huddled in the drizzle, forming ever-expanding queues outside of Paris’s Grand Palais, there was a sharp sense of déjà vu for some.

The Collectionair Team Takes On Tehran’s Art Scene

Tehran is currently hosting one of the most exciting and growing Middle Eastern Art scenes. Collectionair visited some of the city’s hottest art spots.

Joe Zhu On Curating Chinese Contemporary Art And Being David Hockney’s Interpreter

Meet Joe Zhu, curator and journalist working from Hangzhou, China. Find out more about his ideas on art, get his insider knowledge and check out his exhibition for Collectionair here.

Iran’s Artist Residencies Are Challenging Tradition

Iran’s contemporary art scene is quietly, but confidently, sneaking up on its more widely appreciated traditional art community.

Swap Art For Anything But Money At Art Week Dubai

Below are just some of the things people have been offering in exchange for anonymous artworks over the past few days at Art Barter in Dubai.

Recap: Sharjah Art Foundation’s March Meeting

This year’s March Meeting, took place from 12 – 13th and was attended by our Collectionair Team. The project was conceived as a way to “organise encounters between a range of art organisations in...

Recap: Art Dubai 2016

Just around the corner, the tenth edition of Art Dubai promises a zestful line-up of over 90 exhibitors, with booths spread between three sections: Contemporary; Modern—dedicated to masters from the MENASA region; and Marker,...

Paulo Herkenhoff On Curating For Rio’s Museum of Art

  “We’re the only museum collecting aggressively – and it has to be aggressive- right now in Rio. If a museum doesn’t collect, it dies”.

British Artist Danny Fox And His Wild-West Paintings

Experiencing self taught, British artist Danny Fox’s paintings has been described ‘like waking up in a world written by Charles Bukowski on a particularly heavy bender.’