Hotel Warszawa Art Fair
Friday (08 September)
Press & VIP Preview
Admission by invitation only
Saturday and Sunday (09-10 September)
Public days, 12–7 pm, Hotel Warszawa
Hotel Warszawa Art Fair is Poland’s first contemporary art fair to be hosted on the premises of a hotel. One floor of the Hotel Warszawa – an architectural gem that hails back to the pre-war history of Poland’s capital city – will bring together galleries, collectors, and the public at large. Each gallery will fill its own hotel room with a specially curated solo, duo, or trio show. It aims to inscribe itself in the history of international art fairs hosted in hotels, such as the Gramercy International Art Fair at the Gramercy Hotel in New York, or the Felix Art Fair at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles.
The event seeks to offer an exciting selection of Polish and international art to collectors, alongside providing a platform bringing together curators, art critics, and art lovers and inspiring conversations.
Hotel Warszawa Art Fair opens on Friday evening (08.09.2023) with a VIP Preview and extends throughout the weekend as open to all and free of charge.
The first edition of the Hotel Warszawa Art Fair turned out to be a great success. Presentations of twenty leading Polish galleries drew attention to the dynamically developing art market in Poland and became an opportunity for interesting conversations, meetings and establishing new contacts. Within three days, the event was visited by over three thousand people, delighted with the unconventional way of presenting art.
Galleries participating in 2022 edition: Biuro Wystaw, Dawid Radziszewski Gallery, Fundacja Galerii Foksal, Galeria Le Guern, Gunia Nowik Gallery, IMPORT EXPORT, Instytut Fotografii Fort, Jednostka, LETO, lokal_30, Galeria Monopol, Olszewski Gallery, Piktogram, Polana Institute, Fundacja Profile, Raster, STEREO, Szydłowski, Śmierć Człowieka, Wschód.
Partners of 2022 edition: BMW Poland, Vogue Poland, IPOPEMA TFI, Artinfo.pl, Starak Family Foundation, Spectra Art Space, Friends of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Contemporary Lynx, Ruinart.
To be announced