West Bund Art & Design 2019 | Programming

West Bund Art & Design
Sep 17, 2019 6:45am
The Sixth Edition of West Bund Art & Design adopts new visual identification system and announces participating galleries
  • West Bund Art & Design adopts new visual identification system
  • 2019 West Bund Art & Design features 97 leading galleries from 18 countries across four continents
  • 28 galleries are participating for the first time
  • The sixth edition of West Bund Art & Design is taking place in Hall A and Hall N of West Bund Art Cente
The sixth edition of West Bund Art & Design features 97 leading galleries from 18 countries across Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. Works included span from early 20th century modern art to contemporary art, and cover a range of media, from painting and sculpture to moving image and installation. Selected works provide a rich experience for collectors and general audiences alike, constituting a comprehensive statement of multi-culturalism and artistic charm.
West Bund Art & Design adopts a new visual identification system
In 2019, West Bund Art & Design adopts a new visual identification system, designed by renowned Dutch design studio thonik. The new logotype, in particular, comprising “westbund” in lowercase, differentiates itself from static, traditional logos with distinct letterforms that illustrate dynamism and motion.
28 galleries participating for the first time, while Galleries Section shows a high return rate
The sixth edition of West Bund Art & Design continues to spread across Hall A and Hall N of West Bund Art Center. 28 new galleries are participating in West Bund for the first time. The line-up includes Galería Albarrán Bourdais, Gallery ALL, Cassina Projects, CLC Gallery Venture, Danysz Gallery, Galerie DUMONTEIL, Galerie EIGEN + ART, Fingerprint Gallery, Stephen Friedman Gallery, Gajah Gallery, Ginkgo Space, Hanyang Art Gallery, Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, Johyun Gallery, Galerie Lelong, Line Gallery, Mine Project, KOTARO NUKAGA, Salon 94, SHIBUNKAKU, Paul Stolper, Sullivan + Strumpf, TANG Contemporary Art, TING TING & FUN YEAR ART SPACE, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tong Gallery + Projects, Useless Space, Yufuku Gallery.
This year, the Galleries Section shows a high return rate. Having participated in West Bund Art & Design for the first time last year, several will continue to participate this year, including: A+ Contemporary, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Each Modern, Gagosian, Xavier Hufkens, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Galerie Krinzinger, Kukje Gallery, Simon Lee Gallery, Matthew Liu Fine Arts, M Art Center, MadeIn Gallery, Marlborough, Meyer Riegger, P21, PIFO Gallery, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Almine Rech, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Rossi Martino, Silverlens Galleries, Sprüth Magers, TEMPLON, Axel Vervoordt Gallery, WENTRUP, and Michael Werner
This upcoming November will mark the inaugural Shanghai International Artwork Trading Month. It sees the embarkment of Shanghai International Artwork Trading Centre, set to provide whole-process service to galleries and collectors. This November, major museums, galleries, and art spaces across Shanghai will also present exhibitions. West Bund Art Museum, which has undergone preparation for several years, will be officially open to the public. Meanwhile, Power Station of Art, Yuz Museum, TANK Shanghai, Minsheng Art Museum, Prada Rong Zhai, Long Museum (West Bund), Shanghai Center of Photography, Rockbund Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Fosun Foundation and more will also deliver highlight exhibitions to create a vibrant artistic symphony in November.
2019 West Bund Art & Design Gallery List
A+ Contemporary (Shanghai)
AIKE (Shanghai)
Galería Albarrán Bourdais (Madrid)
Gallery ALL (Los Angeles)
Arario Gallery (Cheonan, Shanghai, Seoul)
BANK (Shanghai)
Beijing Art Now Gallery (Beijing, Los Angeles)
Boers-Li Gallery (Beijing, New York)
Ben Brown Fine Arts (Hong Kong, London)
Canton Gallery (Guangzhou)
Cassina Projects (Milan)
CHAMBERS FINE ART (Beijing, New York)
CLC Gallery Venture (Beijing)
Sadie Coles HQ (London)
GALLERIA CONTINUA (Beijing, Habana, Les Moulins, San Gimignano)
Pilar Corrias (London)
Galerie Chantal Crousel (Paris)
Danysz Gallery (London, Paris, Shanghai)
Massimo De Carlo (Hong Kong, London, Milan)
Don Gallery (Shanghai)
Galerie DUMONTEIL (New York, Paris, Shanghai)
Each Modern (Taipei)
Galerie EIGEN + ART (Berlin, Leipzig)
Fingerprint Gallery (Beijing)
Stephen Friedman Gallery (London)
Gagosian (Athens, Geneva, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Rome, San Francisco)
Gajah Gallery (Singapore, Yogyakarta)
Ginkgo Space (Beijing)
Gladstone Gallery (Brussels, New York)
Hanyang Art Gallery (Hangzhou)
Hauser & Wirth (Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New York, Somerset, St. Moritz, Zurich)
HdM GALLERY (Beijing, London)
Hive Center for Contemporary Art (Beijing, Shenzhen)
Xavier Hufkens (Brussels)
INK studio (Beijing)
Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger (Paris)
Johyun Gallery (Busan)
Kayne Griffin Corcoran (Los Angeles)
Galerie Peter Kilchmann (Zurich)
Galerie Krinzinger (Vienna)
Kukje Gallery (Busan, Seoul)
Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore)
Simon Lee Gallery (Hong Kong, London, New York)
Lehmann Maupin (Hong Kong, New York, Seoul)
Galerie Lelong (Paris)
Leo Gallery (Hong Kong, Shanghai)
Lin & Lin Gallery (Beijing, Taipei)
Line Gallery (Beijing)
Lisson Gallery (London, New York, Shanghai)
Matthew Liu Fine Arts (Shanghai)
M Art Center (Shanghai)
MadeIn Gallery (Shanghai)
MAI 36 GALERIE (Zurich)
Edouard Malingue Gallery (Hong Kong, Shanghai)
Marlborough (London, New York)
Meyer Riegger (Berlin, Karlsruhe)
Mine Project (Hong Kong)
neugerriemschneider (Berlin)
KOTARO NUKAGA (Tokyo)
Ota Fine Arts (Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo)
P21 (Seoul)
Pace Gallery (Beijing, Geneva, Hong Kong, London, New York, Palo Alto, Seoul)
Perrotin (Hong Kong, New York, Paris, Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo)
PIFO Gallery (Beijing)
Galerie Eva Presenhuber (New York, Zurich)
Almine Rech Gallery (Brussels, London, New York, Paris, Shanghai)
Edward Ressle (New York, Shanghai)
ROH Projects (Jakarta)
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (London, Paris, Salzburg)
Rossi Martino (Hong Kong)
Salon 94 (New York)
Esther Schipper (Berlin)
ShanghART Gallery (Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore)
SHIBUNKAKU (Kyoto, Tokyo)
Silverlens Galleries (Makati)
Sprüth Magers (Berlin, London, Los Angeles)
Star Gallery (Beijing)
Paul Stolper (London)
Sullivan + Strumpf (Singapore, Sydney)
Tabula Rasa Gallery (Beijing)
TANG Contemporary Art (Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong)
Timothy Taylor (London, New York)
TEMPLON (Brussels, Paris)
TING TING & FUN YEAR ART SPACE (Fuzhou, Taipei)
TKG+ (Taipei)
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP (Beijing, Tokyo)
Tong Gallery + Projects (Beijing)
Useless Space (Shanghai)
Axel Vervoordt Gallery (Antwerp, Hong Kong)
WENTRUP (Berlin)
Michael Werner (London, New York)
White Cube (Hong Kong, London)
White Space Beijing (Beijing)
Yve YANG (New York)
Yibo Gallery (Shanghai)
Yufuku Gallery (Tokyo)
David Zwirner (Hong Kong, London, New York, Paris)