This week we’re going East: The next stop on the must-see art tour is Shanghai. The ART01 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair opens today, and brings with it 102 major galleries from around the world, including heavy hitters like Simon Lee, Hauser & Wirth, and David Zwirner. As always, we’ve gathered a list of local gallery shows coinciding with the fair to help keep visitors busy, and get them out of the convention center and into the streets.
The proliferation of international art fairs continue, and this week brings us Turin’s Artissima. Billed as Italy’s most important art fair, the annual event gathers over 200 galleries in the glamorous glass pavilion previously built for the 2006 Winter Olympic Games. If you’ve already traveled to Turin for the fair, you might want to take the two-hour drive to neighboring Milan—it just so happens to be currently full of excellent gallery exhibitions.
Bushwick is changing fast, and its gallery scene is changing along with it. While it has gained a few big galleries, it has been gradually losing the kind of young-and-trying-something spaces where thoughtful emerging artists can actually get their foot in the door. Enter a space like Secret Dungeon. An artist-run collaborative, Secret Dungeon has been quietly exhibiting art in Bushwick for the past year, representing the next generation of the neighborhood’s evolving art scene.
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