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Intergenerational Artists Participate in Second Annual June Art Fair Edition

Hosted online by Hauser & Wirth and ArtReview.

International art gallery Hauser & Wirth is teaming up with ArtReview to virtually host the second annual edition of the June Art Fair — running concurrently with Art Basel Online. Taking place online, the presentation features an intergenerational group of participants including Tokyo’s XYZ collective, Hong Kong’s Empty Gallery, Chicago’s Document, and more.

June Art Fair was founded by galleries VI, VII from Oslo and Christian Andersen from Copenhagen to promote the work of emerging artists and to spotlight established yet under-recognized names in the industry. “We are super excited to be collaborating with ArtReview in supporting June Art Fair this summer. By hosting the fair on our digital platform we aim to increase the exposure and audience for the participating galleries. New digital endeavours are challenging the art landscape and redefining how we can all connect,” said Neil Wenman, partner at Hauser & Wirth.

Take a look at the full list of participants below and learn more by visiting the June Art Fair’s official website.

Elsewhere in art, Jeff Koons just unveiled a new Balloon Venus sculpture as part of a new online Studio series by David Zwirner.

Participants of the 2020 edition include:
VI, VII, Oslo
The Breeder, Athens
Christian Andersen, Copenhagen
Croy Nielsen, Vienna
Document, Chicago
Embajada, San Juan
Empty Gallery, Hong Kong
Green Art Gallery, Dubai
The Green Gallery, Milwaukee
Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna
Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt
Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam
XYZ collective, Tokyo

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