Facts about Recent Art Fair in China. Read before you travel

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At the National Exhibition and Convention Center Shanghai in November 2019, the GAA (Global Art Agency) hosted the first Shanghai global art Fair, in the recent global art news as part of the Yangtze River Delta International Cultural Industries Expo (NECC). It is China’s largest exhibition complex and one of Shanghai’s most iconic structures. The Ministry of Commerce of China and the Shanghai Municipal Government collaborated on the construction of the structure.

According to global art news, In Shanghai, China, the GAA was pleasantly pleased to win the coveted Golden Lighthouse Award.


One gallery has purchased a large number of works by various painters to sell in China. I am astounded by Chinese art purchasers’ eagerness to purchase international works by artists with whom they are unfamiliar. 

global art news presents the Shanghai International Art Fair (SIAF), which will take place at NECC from November 21 to 24, 2019, is now accepting submissions from artists and galleries.

The SIAF is part of the highly successful Yangtze River Delta International Cultural Industries Expo (iCiE), which is held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center Shanghai (NECC), one of Shanghai’s most iconic structures. The Government of Shanghai is hosting a celebration of the development of the region’s cultural industry. It is the largest cluster for international cultural trade, with an estimated 80,000 visitors, including 15,000 professional buyers, and you can be a part of it!


The Yangtze River Delta International Industries Expo includes the Shanghai International Art Fair (iCiE). The rise of the region’s cultural industry is being celebrated. Building on the success of the inaugural edition, the iCiE 2019 display space has been increased to 54,000 square metres, resulting in a more international event with a larger impact on a larger scale.

80,000 people are expected to attend, with 15,000 of them being professional buyers.

Only 30 exhibitors will be allowed to participate. The competition is tremendous, with Chinese art collectors, buyers, and investors competing for the best pieces.

There are three distinct areas for art exhibitions.

1) Museums and Galleries (1-3 yrs)

2) Galleries (at least 3 years)

3) Platform-On-Its-Own (Established artists with proven track record)

China’s largest Cluster for foreign cultural trade is taking place at this event. Shanghai’s governments are hosting the event.

The worldwide art market saw sales of approximately 45 billion USD in 2016. In terms of sales, the Asian art market ranked third globally, with the largest auction market valued at $6.81 billion USD.

In 2016, China ranked first in global art auction sales, at 6.33 billion dollars.

Bringing world-renowned art institutions, iconic museums and art galleries, as well as top art collectors, to Shanghai.

Visitors sipped Bombay Sapphire Cocktails, courtesy of Bacardi Japan while seeking a unique piece of art to purchase.

As per the sources of global art news, there were over 7000 art enthusiasts flocked to Hikarie Hall over the weekend (Friday, May 26th and Saturday, May 27th, 2017) as Tokyo held the third Tokyo International Art Fair as per the information provided by global art news.

Hikarie Hall was meticulously organised, with over 150 artists and gallery stands from more than 30 nations. As visitors took in the wide selection of original work offered and carried home pieces they had purchased, the atmosphere was packed with happy vibes.

Also, Sabet, a Californian artist, sold one of his unique paintings, “Snow Monkey,” for a significant sum of $ 12,000. This year, I returned to Tokyo and performed some live painting sessions for the crowd. He stated, ” “It’s been incredible once again, and I’ll be eternally grateful to the GAA team! I’m looking forward to next year!”, he added.

“What an evening in Shibuya, where international artistes meet global insights, a fantastic stage for up-and-coming talent,” wrote Charles Ho of The Wall Street Journal.

August Vilella, the first prize winner of last year’s Best TIAF Artist Award, who sold three artworks worth $ 45,000 last year, was back this year with another great performance… “It’s like being part of the family over here, and it’s always a pleasure to exhibit with such a great group.”, the winner praised.