Summer months may seem like the time for lazy holidays, but if you’re lucky you can coincide your break with one of these upcoming exhibitions. There are hot events happening in Belgium, Denmark and even as far flung locations as Brazil — so scroll down and find out more.
Art Nocturne Knocke 44th International Art Fair, 10-18 August
Art Nocturne Knocke has developed a new dynamic formula to attract different art dealers and interior lovers, from home grown talent to those further afield. Unique in this art fair is that it takes place in the evenings, so you can still have that relaxing morning by the pool and not miss a thing.
Code Art Fair, 29 August – 1 September
Scandinavia’s only international art fair, Code Art Fair is in Copenhagen, Denmark. It has the best showcase of the contemporary art featuring Nordic artists and others from around the world. Experience a high-profile fair in an informal atmosphere.
Amsterdam International Art Fair, 30-31 August
It’s the fourth edition of the Amsterdam International Art Fair. This fair includes around 100 exhibitors from around the world, so add this one to your To Do list.
São Paulo Design Week, 18-25 August
This is one of the biggest design weeks in the world, and the largest in Latin America. The Brazilian city of São Paulo appeals to those of us looking for urban design with events taking place over six different design districts throughout the city. Over 300 simultaneous events will be going on around the city, and the design week is organized by a mix of companies, professionals, educational institutions, and NGOs.
Design Biennale Zürich, 29 August – 1 September
It’s the second edition of the Design Biennale Zürich, the first of which was held in 2017. Design Biennale Zürich focuses on sharpening the awareness of design to the public. It aims to showcase the processes behind the design solutions. This year’s event pitches Switzerland as a playground, asking the questions: what scope do designers and creatives have today? Who are the players? And what are the rules of the game?
Make sure you make it to these August design events.