Krzysztof Mętel and Mateusz Piestrak's duo exhibition at Pani Domu in Poznan.

Luca Sára Rózsa, Kata Tranker and Ádám Ulbert are the winners of the Esterházy Art Award 2021. The prize is awarded every two years and the exhibition accompanying the award is considered the most valuable survey of the young Hungarian art scene.

With KÖNIG SEOUL, MCM and KÖNIG join forces once again to open a new art space in the Korean capital on 3 April 2021 for the first time. MCM and KÖNIG have been cooperating for several years, most recently with KÖNIG TOKIO, a gallery space that was located on one floor of MCM’s flagship store in Tokyo until the end of 2020.

In the autumn, together with our exhibitors and our team, we were able to celebrate a successful fair with numerous interested visitors. Despite the difficult circumstances, neither the mood nor sales suffered a slump. On the contrary, the carefully elaborated Covid-safe concept was fully vindicated. viennacontemporary 2020 was a remarkable success in difficult times and was rated very positively by both national and international press.

FLASH SHOW was established in 2019 as an alternative platform to traditional art fairs to support the emerging commercial galleries from the CEE region. The FLASH SHOW 0. edition was invented to adapt to the virus; stepping out of the four walls, we move contemporary art of the Central Eastern European region to public spaces, more precisely into shop windows, in different parts of Budapest,

Art Brussels announces the launch of Art Antwerp, a regional contemporary art fair aiming to support the local art market. The fair will gather approximately 60 galleries, hailing from Belgium and its surrounding countries, and will take place from Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 December 2020 at Antwerp Expo.