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Monocle Magazine reports on CHART 2020 and the future of art fairs

Monocle Nov. 2020 edition

Radical changes have been forced on to the art industry by the current COVID-19 situation. How to best deal with this?

Monocle looks into CHART 2020 with perspectives from art professionals, including Frieze Art Fair and Pace Gallery, on the future model of art fairs and why we all long for some sort of physical presence.

I fucking hate art on a screen,” says Swedish artist Sara-Vide Ericson. “Art online looks flat. There’s no structure, no texture.

Read the full article online here.

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CHART 2020, Andersen's during a performance by Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen.

Photo Jan Søndergaard

CHART 2020, Visitors at Persons Projects' temporary exhibition space at Fotografisk Center in Copenhagen.

Photo Jan Søndergaard

CHART 2020, Sara Vide-Ericson giving a talk at Eighteen Gallery.

Photo Jan Søndergaard

CHART 2020, exhibition by Sara-Vide Ericson at Eighteen Gallery.

Photo Jan Søndergaard