International Art Fair Fund 2019 | Round 3 Closed: 1 Nov 2019

Supporting New Zealand-based dealer galleries and craft/object designers and companies to participate in reputable international art fairs. The focus is on increasing the sale of New Zealand craft/object and visual artworks in offshore markets.

Seven grants totalling $98,618 have been offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations in this funding round. 9 applications were received, with a total of $115,660 requested.

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Funding recipients

Ai Gallery

Towards New Zealand's first participation at Art Beijing 2020, Beijing's most established art fair.

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AWARDED: $20,000

Anna Miles

Towards an exhibition of the work of Vita Cochran, Peter Hawkesby and Richard Stratton at 2020 Melbourne Art Fair.

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AWARDED: $10,000

Bartley + Company Art

To present a solo exhibition of artworks by Christchurch based New Zealand painter Marie Le Lievre at Melbourne Art Fair 2020.

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AWARDED: $10,000

Gow Langsford Gallery

Towards presenting at Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Fair 2020.

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AWARDED: $20,000

Jhana Millers

To present a solo presentation of paintings by emerging Māori Artist Ayesha green at Spring1883 Melbourne 2020.

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AWARDED: $8,618

John McCormack

To present a solo exhibition by Fiona Pardington at Art Basel Hong Kong 2020.

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AWARDED: $20,000

Sanderson Contemporary Art

Towards Sanderson Contemporary preseting two New Zealand artists at Sydney Contemporary 2020.

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AWARDED: $10,000